CEMS MIM Scholarship Application Deadlines:
Early Funding Round - 30 April 2024
Final Funding Round - 30 June 2024
IMPROVE YOUR CAREER PROSPECTS
The CEMS MIM is a powerful combination of theory and business expertise that will help you kickstart your career.
The UCT GSB Master of Management Specialising in International Management (MIM) is offered in association with CEMS - a global alliance of the world’s finest students, schools, alumni, corporate and social partners. The UCT GSB CEMS MIM is a full time study programme offering a dual qualification, with international accreditation from UCT GSB as well as CEMS
This one-year master’s programme includes:
- international management courses
- business skills seminars
- an international internship and business immersion project
- with CEMS corporate partners
- a credit-bearing study term at one of the CEMS partner universities - which include top global business schools, in 34 countries
At the conclusion of their studies, MIM students will be awarded both the Master in International Management qualification issued by CEMS as well as the Master of Management specialising in International Management degree issued by the University of Cape Town.
Total 2023-2024 CEMS Programme Fees:
• South African / African Citizens and Permanent Residents: R235 050
• International Students: R355 920
** Provisional subject to final approval in December 2023 and annual increase applicable to 2024 term.
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BECOME AN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL
Successful candidates will be awarded both the Master in International Management qualification issued by CEMS and the Master of Management degree Specialising in International Management issued by the University of Cape Town.
ABOUT THE CEMS MIM
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
A 2019 CEMS graduate survey showed that:
96% of graduates are employed or continuing their studies
92% have worked in two or more countries 75% work for multinational companies
Yes. A place on the programme must be confirmed before a study permit application can be considered by the South African Department of Home Affairs. International applicants should be aware that obtaining study permits from the South African authorities can take approximately two months.
The UCT GSB's Breakwater Campus is situated in the heart of Cape Town's most popular tourist attraction, the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront. Centrally located and easily accessed, the UCT GSB is just 1.5km away from the central business district and 20 minutes from Cape Town International Airport.
As an added benefit to studying at the UCT GSB, you'll be situated in one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Click here to see what Cape town has to offer.
For the portion of the degree that you attend at the UCT GSB, students need to arrange their own accommodation. Student accommodation is offered in the Protea Breakwater Lodge, on the UCT GSB campus, at special rates on either a monthly or half-yearly basis.
MEET THE PROGRAMME DIRECTOR
Dr ANNIKA SURMEIER
Dr Annika Surmeier is a Senior Lecturer and the Academic Director of the CEMS Master of Management Specialising in International Management (MIM) programme at the UCT GSB. Her teaching and research investigate how actors can drive social innovation in value chains and tackle societal concerns in the global economy. She focuses on the strategies of (social) entrepreneurs, corporate and intermediary organisations in different sectors.
Her previous work in higher education includes academic roles at Marburg University, Germany and at the Global Development Institute, University of Manchester, UK. Additionally, she worked as the Director of the social business incubator “Social Impact Lab” in Stuttgart, Germany. Her areas of expertise include value chain analysis, innovation studies, organisation theory, sustainable tourism research and qualitative research methods. Annika has empirical research experience in Germany, UK, Mozambique, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Uganda and South Africa.
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