Sunday 9th December 2018
Education without borders, which produces highly skilled and culturally aware global citizens, offers an opportunity to blunt the worldwide trend towards nationalism, protectionism and political division, according to the new Australian Chair of the CEMS Global Alliance.
The Dean of the University of Sydney Business School, Professor Greg Whitwell, made the comments in Malta following his elevation to the leadership of the unique Alliance of leading educational ins
Founded in 1984, the Tsinghua School of Economics and Management (SEM) was the first school of economics and management in China and is consistently ranked among the best business schools in the country. Today, SEM’s professional and academic programs are considered to be among the premier training grounds for China’s business leaders, with world-leading researchers in the fields of technology management and data-driven decision making. Tsinghua SEM, is also strong in innovation and entrepreneurship education, exemplified by Tsinghua’s X-lab, a university-based education platform designed to foster creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Tsinghua SEM identifies internationalization as its another strength, exemplified by its world-class Advisory Board, internationalized educational programs at all levels, and other areas of school activity. Tsinghua SEM is the 2018 recipient of the CEMS School of the Year Award based on the results of the Student Satisfaction Survey. To understand what makes them so successful we spoke to representatives at the school.
1. What do you feel were the 3 main reasons CEMS students felt so positively about their experience at Tsinghua SEM?
The CEMS DACH Forum is a yearly rotating event between Vienna University
of Economics and Business (Austria), University of Cologne (Germany), and
the University of St. Gallen (Switzerland). The CEMS DACH Forum 2018 was hosted
by the University of St. Gallen from the 24th until the 27th
of October 2018. It was built around a 3 ECTS course on International Corporate
Governance. The CEMS DACH Forum included lectures by
leading professors from the University of St. Gallen, practical insights from
the corporate world, challenging case studies, networking
opportunities and social activities.
Regional CEMS events offer the perfect opportunity to connect. They are the ideal place to come together, live up the CEMS spirit and broaden the academic horizon.
The winning CEMS Business Project of the Year, which was conducted at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, focused on a rapidly growing food delivery service, with a goal to reduce costs at their call center. The CEMS students went well beyond their objectives by helping the company to identify and tackle systemic issues, as well as test their recommendations.
To support its growth and commitment to customer service, the company offers its customers the possibility to seek remediation in the case of service failure.