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WHY CEMS?

 

WHAT GETS YOU THE JOB?

The different elements of the CEMS MIM programme helps you to combine theoretical knowledge with practical experience. During your studies, you have the opportunity to work with Corporate and Social partners and CEMS Alumni through exclusive skill seminars, business projects, networking events and an international internship. CEMS Alumni network assists you throughout your career with practical advice and a mentorship programme.

In recent years, the CEMS MIM has become increasingly recognised. CEMS MIM has been regularly ranked among the best management programmes by the Financial Times and it is a well-known brand in the corporate world.

 

WHAT IS THE VALUE OF CEMS MIM?

Over half of HR managers say the main drivers for career growth include working outside one’s comfort zone, gaining broad experience and networking. In a global context, HR managers share the biggest challenges of working abroad include understanding new cultures, dealing with culture shock, handling the language skills and communication issues, and building new relationships. The MIM programme addresses those career drivers and criteria HR managers seek. Surveyed alumni say the top benefits of the CEMS MIM programme include (1) international network, international approach, (2) study abroad, (3) well-recognized degree and (4) improved language skills.

 

WHAT COMPANIES SAY ABOUT CEMS MIM GRADUATES

The key differentiators of the CEMS MIM graduates include: (1) a truly international profile and the ability to interact and work in an open and cross-cultural environment coupled with (2) excellent language skills, (3) natural leadership abilities, (4) entrepreneurial spirit coupled with (5) a highly collaborative spirit. The executives also underline CEMS graduates’ ability to integrate quickly in a corporate environment.

 

CAREER PROSPECT: CEMS ALUMNI FACTS AND FIGURES

CEMS Alumni Facts and Figures

CEMS ALUMNI PROFILES

 

Kinga Jentetics

CEO & Co-Founder at PublishDrive

Background: Kinga started her own company when she was still a university student, and when publishing her own thesis digitally she realized the potential in the publishing industry: a simple solution that empowers small publishers and authors to go global with only one click. This year, she was selected on the 30 under 30 Forbes Europe list as one of the most successful women in the media sector.

What does CEMS mean for you? “CEMS shows the way to inspirational and culturally different people.”

Márton Major

CFO at Veolia Hungary

Background: Márton is a business leader with over 15 years’ experience specialized in finance. He does not only love multicultural diversity and speak several languages, but strives to create value every day while helping and leading others to do so.

What does CEMS mean for you? “Strong academic performance, close cooperation between high ranked management schools and multinational companies, multicultural diversity and excellent ‘passport’ to start a great business career.”

Dr. Zita Kelemen

Program Director at International Study Programs Centre of Corvinus Business School

Background: After working at a McKinsey spin-off consulting company in Milan, Zita switched to the field of marketing and worked for the biggest multinational companies such as L’Oreal, Philips, GE Capital and Indesit Company. Upon finishing her Ph.D. studies, Zita started teaching international marketing and consumer behaviour as an assistant professor at Corvinus.

What does CEMS mean for you? “Professionalism and possibilities.”

Balázs Horváth

Director of Business Development and Strategy at Invitech

Background: Consultant turned corporate executive in the telecommunications industry who used to work and travel all over the world, now builds the foundations for a more sustainable period of his life.

What does CEMS mean for you? “Confidence builder. Door opener. Life sweetener.”

Erna Kindli

Senior Vice President and Head of Marketing & Sales at Tresorit

Background: After being an Intern at McKinsey & Company, Erna explored the world of Google in Budapest and London as well where she was responsible for marketing and product strategy for emerging markets. Thereafter became the head of the business functions at Tresorit, a Hungarian software start-up, which includes building our go-to-market strategy and managing marketing, sales and customer support. Erna was awarded as the Young Leader of the Year 2016 by Forbes.

 What does CEMS mean for you? “International mind-set, new horizons and a community.”

 

Ádám Bodóki

Market Strategy and Planning Finance Group Manager at Procter & Gamble

Background: Ádám first joined Procter & Gamble as an intern next to his Finance and CEMS studies at Corvinus and after graduation, he returned as a Financial Analyst for Central and Eastern Europe. As being a very pragmatic person who values trust, precision and teamwork now Ádám was promoted as the Group Manager for Market Strategy and Planning Finance.

What does CEMS mean for you? “Great community with lots of unique and talented people.”

Last modified: 2017.04.04.