About CEMS

CEMS Master's in International Management

CEMS – Global Alliance in Management Education – is a global alliance of academic, corporate and social institutions dedicated to educating and preparing future generations of global citizens and business leaders to enter into a multilingual, multicultural and interconnected business world through the CEMS Master’s in International Management. 

CEMS promotes global citizenship, with a particular emphasis on these values:

  • The pursuit of excellence with high standards of performance and ethical conduct;
  • Understanding and drawing upon cultural diversity with respect and empathy;
  • Professional responsibility and accountability in relation to society as a whole.

The one-year CEMS MIM programme is exclusive to students studying at the CEMS member schools in a Master’s in Management programme. The CEMS MIM degree is always delivered in conjunction with a Master’s degree from a CEMS school.

Facts about CEMS:

  • 34 CEMS Member Schools and a presence on every continent
  • 69 Corporate Partners (multinational companies)
  • 7 Social Partners (NGOs)
  • Founded as European community in 1988 and throughout the years it grew to a global community
  • 1 294 MIM students of 83 nationalities with a 50/50 male/female ratio in the 2020-21 class year.
  • Over 15 600 alumni of over 108 nationalities, working in +75 countries
  • Top Management Programme in the World, #16 in QS, #8 The Economist and #13 the FT Rankings

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The Management of CEMS comprises:

  1. The CEMS Chair (elected by the Strategic Board) who appoints CEMNS Deputy Chair;
  2. The Strategic Board - Rectors and Deans of member schools, and elected representatives of corporate partners which convene once per year;
  3. The General Assembly, (vice rectors or associate deans for international affairs or graduate programmes) which convene once per year;
  4. The Management Council, a permanent decision-making body representing all stakeholders (with member appointed ex-officio and by the General Assembly) which convenes continually throughout the year;
  5. The CEMS Global Office, responsible for permanent coordination and management, led by CEMS Executive Director, and reports to the Management Council.
  6. At school level, cooridnation of the programme is performed by appointed CEMS Programme Managers and CEMS Corporate Realtions Managers.

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CEMS governance at SGH

CEMS team at SGH is composed of faculty members and administrators, who manage together all activities – from strategy to everyday tasks.

CEMS strategic board member
Prof. Piotr Wachowiak, PhD - SGH Rector

CEMS general assembly voting member
Prof. Jacek Prokop, PhD - SGH Vice-Rector for International Relations
Membership in CEMS permanent committees

Finance Committee
Prof. Jacek Prokop, PhD - SGH Vice-Rector for International Relations

Academic Committee

CEMS Academic Director at SGH
Prof. Mirosław Jarosiński, PhD
e-mail: cems@sgh.waw.pl

CEMS managers at SGH and supporting staff (International Center)

Grzegorz M. Augustyniak, MA
CEMS Programme Manager at SGH
Location: room 12 (entrance through room 13), Building A
Rakowiecka Street 24
Phone: 22 564 92 48
Office hours: Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays 11.00-13.00
e-mail: cems@sgh.waw.pl

Aneta Szydłowska, MA
CEMS Corporate Relations Manager at SGH
Location: room 7, Building A
Rakowiecka Street 24
Phone: 22 564 92 13
Office hours: Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays 11.00-13.00
e-mail: cems@sgh.waw.pl

Supported by International Centre (CWM) staff, CEMS Club Warsaw members and CEMS Alumni Association Poland, and last, but not least CEMS Global Office at HEC, that coordinates overall CEMS Activity.

Languages Committee Member 
Ms. Anna Przedmojska-Glińska, MA

Business Projects’ Coordinator at SGH
Prof. Tomasz Sikora, PhD


CEMS MIM Programme at SGH