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Class profiles

The student experience

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The MSc Management programme attracts a diverse range of students each year, from a wide variety of backgrounds and international locations.

The programme is designed around the diversity of its students, bringing together a variety of real-world experience and international perspectives to form a close-knit academic community. 

International diversity

Our students come from a wide range of locations around the world, with students of 33 different nationalities on the 2013/15 cohort.

Click on this map to see where students currently on the programme have come from:

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Variety of experience and age

The programme is well suited to both early-career graduates and mid-career professionals with industry experience to share. Our students vary in age, and applications from different academic and professional backgrounds are welcomed.

Year 2011/13 2012/4 2013/5
Total students        134 128 108
Average age 24 23 23
Age range 21-29 years      21-32 years      21-28 years
Student profile
  • Work experience: from 3 months to 6 years
  • 25-30 nationalities in each cohort
    - 55% Europe
    - 30% Asia
    - 10% Americas
    - 5% Africa & Middle East
  • 90% speak 2 languages; 70% speak 3 languages
  • Over half the class go abroad for 1 term: either via the CEMS Master's in International Management or the MiM exchange term to specialist masters and MBA programmes at business schools in the Americas, Asia and Europe.
  • 50% Female
  • Prior academic backgrounds:
    - Economics (20%)
    - Engineering, Mathematics, Sciences, Information Technology (20%)
    - Law, Languages, Design, Media, Humanities (20%)
    - Management/Business Administration (20%)
    - Social Sciences (20%)
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