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Application period for master’s level studies starting in autumn 2019 begins at the turn of the year

It's recommended to prepare in advance in order to apply for the highly valued Global Management/CEMS master's programme.

Aalto University's School of Business is a member of CEMS (the Global Alliance in Management Education), an alliance of the world’s leading schools of business and economics and large corporations. The member business schools offer the year-long international CEMS Master’s in International Management.

The application period for the master’s level studies at Aalto University starting in autumn 2019 is 3 December 2018 to 11 January 2019. When applying for the CEMS programme, Admission Group 2 has to take the GMAT test and almost all applicants have to pass an English language test with the minimum score required. You need to register for these tests in good time and should also prepare for them in advance.

The CEMS programme consists of carefully chosen courses, seminars and business projects which support the master’s students in their growth towards becoming the responsible leaders of the future. At Aalto, the CEMS MIM is contained within the Global Management master’s programme, and it can also be applied for from other Aalto University master’s programmes.

More information about the Global Management/CEMS programme  (into.aalto.fi)

Information about the GM/CEMS programme’s application criteria (biz.aalto.fi)

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