It is expected that businesses today work to reach sustainability goals, but how can they do this in practice? The CEMS strategic partnership project “Sustainable Business Models” has produced open access teaching modules which address this challenge.
The open access teaching modules are available through an information portal developed by NHH as part of the project outputs.
The Model Conference of Parties 25 (COP 25) was concluded as a consensus was reached and all delegations signed the Cologne Agreement. The comprehensive agreement includes both, strong negotiation results as well as remaining question marks.
Many CEMS graduates have chosen to work with CEMS Corporate Partners. Today, we catch up with Mariella Giraldo who completed her CEMS MIM programme at Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU) and Tsinghua University Beijing, China. She participated to the Beiersdorf International Internship Challenge 2018 and is currently a Marketing Intern with Eucerin at Beiersdorf.
On April 27, 2019, the 2019 Global Forum of Economics and Business School Deans was held at Tsinghua School of Economics and Management (Tsinghua SEM). Addressing the theme of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education in the New Era: Challenges and Opportunities, the event was hosted by Tsinghua SEM and CEMS, the Global Alliance in Management Education.
Tsinghua University Vice President and Provost YANG Bin welcomed the attendees, sharing Tsinghua SEM’s history and educational philosophy.
Do you dream of using your university learning to help change lives? CEMS student Cristine Sousa explains one way it can be done via Times Higher Ed: https://www.timeshighereducation.com/student/blogs/how-use-your-masters-social-good#survey-answer