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Block Seminar

The Block Seminar is a one-week CEMS exclusive course that takes place at the beginning of term 1 of the CEMS year, it brings together students, professors and companies, providing the opportunity for CEMS members to come together, exchange ideas, and debate and discuss innovative management topics.

Responsible Global Leadership Seminar

The Seminar brings together representatives from Corporate and/or Social Partners, professors and students, for an experiential learning opportunity. Within Global Citizenship seminar, students will have the opportunity to engage with the UN Sustainable Development Goals through experiential learning.

Business Projects

Business Projects are consultancy-like projects designed as a real-life learning experience for students: international student teams solve a real business problem as a one-term, part-time activity. They reinforce the partnership between universities and companies in jointly shaping students' learning processes in international management. Project results are evaluated by the academic and corporate advisors. Students may be requested to write a report and/ or give a presentation, both as a group. Students are thus offered the opportunity to gain insight into business life; training their analytical and problem-solving skills, applying research methods, transferring theoretical knowledge into practice, learning process management and acquiring social skills. They get to know potential employers and redefine their professional goals. Students are expected to take responsibility for the project; sharing the workload within a team and communicating well with their advisors, and strive for the best results.

Business Communication Skill Seminar

The program offers other Skill Seminars which are training seminars in practical The Business Communication Skill Seminar (BCSS) is a two-day mandatory element of the CEMS curriculum. During this seminar, students learn how to use a variety of techniques to effectively communicate in a business environment. During the interactive sessions, each participant will have the chance to express him/herself both orally and in writing, and receive feedback from the seminar leader not only during, but potentially also after the conclusion of the seminar.

Skill Seminar

The program offers other Skill Seminars which are training seminars in practical skills. They are essential to kick-starting an effective professional career and fundamental to adjusting easily to an international management environment. Topics include but not limited to: strategy skills, personal development, consulting skills, marketing tools, group work abilities, negotiation techniques, career development, and presentation skills.