London School of Economics programme is top 5 in Financial Times’ Masters in Management ranking Monday 14 September 2015 PDF Print A global Masters in Management programme, offered in the UK by the London School of Economics and Political Science, has placed within the top five of this year’s Financial Times Masters in Management ranking. The CEMS Masters in International Management has climbed to fourth place – up one position from last year, and three positions from 2013’s ranking. CEMS is a global alliance of 29 of the world’s leading business schools and universities which, together with the support from nearly 70 Corporate and four Social Partners, offer a pre-experience Masters in International Management programme to over 1,000 students worldwide. The programme blends academic excellence with real-life business practice in a global, multi-cultural setting. Through CEMS, students from LSE have the opportunity to spend terms abroad at other leading CEMS institutions learning business at a grassroots level, undertaking professional internships, developing language skills and immersing themselves in local culture. The LSE is the only UK member school of CEMS, and has been part of the alliance since 1991. Students at LSE who choose to join CEMS are awarded a dual degree qualification, graduating from both the LSE Master’s in Management degree programme, and from the CEMS MIM degree programme. Professor Sandy Pepper, Programme Director of the LSE MSc Master’s in Management says, “LSE’s Department of Management is committed to educating the next generation of global business leaders in an environment that prizes critical thinking, innovation and social betterment. We are delighted to be the only school in the UK to offer the highly-ranked CEMS Master’s in International Management programme, which is an integral part of our prestigious two-year MSc Management degree. The success of this programme is a testament to LSE’s outstanding teaching, its global reach, and most importantly, our exceptional faculty and students.” Published each September, the ranking lists the best Masters in Management programmes offered by business schools around the world each year. CEMS has been included in the top 10 of the Financial Times’ ranking every year since it was established. For more information please contact Kerry Gill at BlueSky PR – firstname.lastname@example.org or +44(0)1582 790701 This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of BlueSky Education in the following categories: Business & Finance, Education & Human Resources, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.