ERASMUS Edu Foundation
Executive Education Institute
Executive Learner Passport
Degree Diploma Consortium with Partner Universities, Business Schools, and Executive Edu-Training Partners
ERASMUS EDU FOUNDATION
• Erasmus Executive Education Institute is the global degree diploma consortium by cooperation of leading business schools, universities and executive edu-training partners
• Center for Global Education
o Department of Asian Studies
o Department of European Studies
Swiss Graduate School of Business in Switzerland
MBS Business School in France
EEF – ERASMUS EDU FOUNDATION – Erasmus Executive Education Institute
Erasmus Executive Education Institute is the global degree diploma consortium by cooperation of leading business schools, universities and executive edu-training partners
Center for Global Education
Department of Asian Studies
Department of European Studies
Schools offering the Executive Master, EMBA’s in International Management; Business Development & Big Data; Entrepreneurship & Leadership;
Nearly 70 corporate partners contribute financially on an annual basis and provide the program with human resources and input into the curriculum itself in each country they are based. They chart skills courses, give lectures or invite CEMS students to company activities where students learn about corporate practices or solve cases. These connections are very useful to promote the company to the students, while the students gain insight into real-world problems and solution approaches.
The first EEF social partners joined the organization in December 1989.
The CEMS Alumni Association (CAA), founded in 1993 by CEMS graduates, is an international network of CEMS graduates throughout the world. To date, there are nearly 16,000 CEMS alumni. The Graduation Ceremony takes place each year during the CEMS Annual Events (usually at the end of November) which is hosted by one of the CEMS member schools.
The CAA is led by an alumni board and is present in many countries through local committees of CEMS alumni. The local committees are responsible for keeping in contact with CEMS alumni and organizing professional and social activities. They meet on a regular basis to discuss the activities and development of the association. The alumni board comprises the CAA President, the CEMS Executive Director, a representative of the CEMS Student Board, a representative of CEMS member schools, three local committee representatives, two senior alumni and two junior alumni. It proposes and develops initiatives to foster career and personal development opportunities of its alumni members and represents alumni interests on the CEMS Executive Board.
While students stay at the partner universities, there are supporting groups called CEMS clubs through which CEMS students share identity. The extended network of CEMS students spans schools across the world.
Combined from 15 schools
1500+ of 40 nationalities
15 countries across continents
10,000+ 95 nationalities
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