It is our pleasure to share with all of you the mail from Roland Siegers:
"Dear CEMS community,
It is with great pleasure in my capacity as CEMS Executive Director that I can announce that the CEMS MIM is this year ranked the n°3 pre-experience Master’s in Management in the world in the global Financial Times ranking. 18 CEMS member schools appear in total, including 4 in the top 10, underlying the excellence of the CEMS alliance and all its members on the M.Sc. segment. Congratulations should be extended to our Swiss member school the University of St Gallen, whose Master in Strategy and International Management was ranked n°1 for 2012.
Of particular significance to our alliance is the continued dominance of the CEMS MIM on international criteria, as has been the case since the inception of the ranking in 2005, underlining that our programme is the only truly global programme to appear therein. If we also take into account the fact that the CEMS MIM has featured permanently in the top 3 since the ranking began in 2005 we can be doubly proud of these years of outstanding achievement.
This year, the CEMS MIM improved in 7 categories of the ranking compared with the 2011 edition, including its best-ever “Aims Achieved” (alumni rate of satisfaction) score of 88%. You can read more in the CEMS FT ranking press release.
Congratulations to all of you for the excellent results – with a special mention to the CEMS Class of 2009 that was surveyed by the FT this year.
CEMS Executive Director"
I hope that the alumni here in Prague will contribute to the further growth of the CEMS community as well as the benefits the programme is providing to all its stakeholders. I believe so far we are doing pretty well :-).