The Global Management programme with CEMS Master’s in International Management grows agile, reflective and responsible decision-makers who embrace change. Students learn to identify and harness opportunities and solve challenges in a rapidly transforming global business environment.
The Global Management programme consists of:
1. A specialisation area with a Master’s thesis in one of the following areas:
- Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management
- Management and International Business
- Marketing or
- Strategy; and
2. CEMS MIM studies conducted at Aalto University and at another CEMS school during an exchange term.
During the first year of MSc studies, students complete their specialisation area courses and their Master’s thesis, combined with the CEMS Exclusive “Leadership and Self-Development” weekend course. The second year incorporates the rest of the CEMS MIM components, including an exchange semester (either autumn or spring term) at another CEMS School.
In order to also obtain the CEMS MIM diploma, in addition to the Aalto MSc degree, students need to complete an international internship and fulfill the CEMS MIM language requirements.
Required previous studies
To be considered for admission the applicant must have completed at least 60 ECTS of business related studies (corresponding to one year of full time studies at university level).
PHASE I: Application documents
1) Academic excellence
Admissions group 1
GPA of previous degree and assessment of overall study success.
Applicants with a weighted GPA of previous degree lower than 3.50 (Finnish ECTS evaluation) are not eligible for admission.
Admissions group 2:
Applicants must demonstrate good academic performance. To be eligible, an applicant’s weighted GPA of the previous degree must be better than “good” on the grading scale of the university granting the degree. Applicants with a weighted GPA of previous degree lower than “good” are not eligible.
2) Motivation video
To demonstrate their motivation for studies in the programme the applicants are required to make a max. 2-minute video in English on the topic: ‘How will the Global Management programme together with CEMS MIM help me towards my professional goals?’, further divided into three questions:
- Why am I applying to this programme?
- Why would specifically the Global Management programme together with CEMS MIM advance my career?
- Why should I be selected?
The comprehensive CV evaluation takes into account relevant education, work experience, and extracurricular activities, as well as international orientation as demonstrated by e.g. work, studies, or extracurricular activities abroad, participation in various international or inter-cultural activities in home country, and knowledge of and interest in learning foreign languages.
Work experience in the CV must be documented by enclosing corresponding work/internship certificates. English translations of these are not required.
4) GMAT score (or comparable GRE score)
GMAT or GRE is obligatory in admission group 2 (minimum score 550 in GMAT or equivalent GRE score).
For the Finance focus area GMAT/GRE is required in both admission groups, with a minimum score of 650.
Motivation video (max 2 minutes, max file size 250MB)
Please label the video file clearly with your last name and first name. Applicants are responsible for ensuring that the video can be played with the most common programs such as VLC media player and Windows Media Player.
PHASE II: Interview and further assessment
Based on the evaluation in phase I, the best applicants are allotted a time for a Skype interview and further assessment, including a 5-minute presentation on a pre-assigned topic. The interview and assessment time given to each applicant is non-negotiable.
PHASE III: Allocation to focus areas
The selection of applicants into the programme is based on phases I and II described above. In the third phase, the applicants are allocated into one of the focus areas based on their ranking in phases I and II and the preference order indicated in their application form.
Applicants can list up to six (1-6) focus areas in the order of preference. An applicant can be selected only to one of the focus areas indicated in the application form. The given list of the focus areas and the order of preference is binding and cannot be changed after the application period has ended.
A selected applicant is offered a study place in the Global Management programme (including CEMS MIM) and one specified focus area which cannot be changed.
One-year ‘crown’-model CEMS MIM (66 ECTS)
In addition to the Master’s Programme in Global Management / CEMS (120 ECTS), students already enrolled in one of Aalto University’s Master’s programmes have the option to apply for the one-year ‘crown-model’ CEMS MIM (66 ECTS) to be completed in parallel with their regular Aalto University MSc studies.
- Information about application and admission for ‘crown model’ CEMS MIM.
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