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THE PROFILE WE VALUE

ELIGIBILITY

Students registered in the Fall term as a first semester student in one of the master programmes of Corvinus Business School of the Corvinus University of Budapest and the full-time MBA programme of the Corvinus School of Management are eligible to enter the CEMS MIM programme.

Also eligible are those with a Bachelor degree and starting their master programmes in the above mentioned programmes in the upcoming Spring term. Their acceptance into the CEMS MIM programme is conditional upon their enrolment into one of these programmes.

Those, who have already started their master programme studies (home master) during the previous Spring term are eligible to enter the CEMS MIM programme provided:

  • they have an ‘active’ student status during their CEMS MIM year;
  • they accept that their foreign semester is the Fall term of their CEMS MIM year;
  • they attach a detailed study plan to their application describing the fulfilment of all study requirements of both the home master programme and the CEMS MIM programme;
  • these students are advised to seek a ‘passive’ student status during the third semester of their home master programme to leave 2 active semesters for their CEMS MIM year.

Those with a non-business bachelor degree can only enter the programme if they have collected at least 60 ECTS credits by completing business courses during their bachelor studies. A proof of fulfilling this requirement should be provided with the application.

EVALUATION CRITERIA

Ideal candidates of the CEMS MIM programme offered by the Corvinus University of Budapest are intelligent, highly motivated students who have excelled during their university studies and other fields of life. The following wide-selection criteria are considered during the CEMS selection:

Intellectual potential and knowledge:

  • intellectual potential
  • academic excellence
  • prior knowledge in the Business Field

Attitude and soft skills:

  • desire to achieve
  • interpersonal competences
  • integrity
  • critical thinking
  • motivation for the CEMS MIM Programme

International orientation:

  • language skills
  • international openness and cross-cultural aptitudes

 

It is a general directive of the Admission Board that CEMS candidates will fit well in the international CEMS community, have the personal attitude and aptitude to become a proactive representative of the home university and the CEMS community during the CEMS study period and afterwards.

Learn more about the CEMS community at: www.cems.org; http://cemsclubbudapest.com/

Last modified: 2017.06.27.