CEMS Master in International Management (MIM)

Earn Your CEMS MIM Degree from the Only Program in the United States

Dyson’s Master of Professional Studies in Applied Economics and Management is one of 34 prestigious global management programs around the globe that offers the CEMS Master in International Management (MIM). Because it is only offered in one institution per country, Cornell is the only place in the United States where it can be earned. The CEMS schools, working in partnership with nearly 80 multinational corporations and NGOs, deliver a study experience characterized by intensive collaboration among the diverse members of the network: bright students, active alumni, accomplished academics, prominent global companies, and other partners.

Cornell CEMS students gathered around a laptop outdoors at a table

By enrolling in the MPS in AEM with the CEMS Master in International Management, you’ll complete the MPS in your chosen concentration AND develop the leadership skills, management acumen, and global network of friends and connections that come with being part of the CEMS community. Together with peers from around the world who bring a variety of professional and cultural perspectives, you will develop the critical business and management expertise needed to become an international business leader.


Upon graduation, you will be prepared for a career in global management and international business and will have developed the independent research skills and analytical thinking that are valued within careers in consulting, policy, management, and research across all industries.

What Is CEMS Master in International Management?

The CEMS Master in International Management (MIM) is exclusively offered to our MPS in Applied Economics and Management (AEM) students. The CEMS MIM is a prestigious supranational business award that is viewed by many as the best passport for a career in international business. Over the past decade, CEMS has ranked on average in 7th place in the Financial Times Masters in Management ranking, and is also highly ranked in the QS Masters in Management ranking (most recently, 16th) and The Economist Masters in Management ranking (most recently, 8th).

What Does CEMS Stand For?

Formerly the Community of European Management Schools and International Companies, CEMS is now the Global Alliance in Management Education—a collaboration of top business schools and universities with leading NGOs and multinational companies across five continents.

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