CDP MSc in Management students can enroll in a double-master degree programme by choosing the additional CEMS Master’s in International Management (CEMS MIM) degree. This double-master degree programme may be completed in 1.5 years by a business undergraduate student, and 2 years by a non-business undergraduate student.
Applicants for the double-master programme with CEMS must be proficient in at least one CEMS language, other than English. Please click here for CEMS languages.
The CEMS MIM Curriculum
Please click here for our CEMS MIM curriculum.
Business Undergraduate Student
|1st Semester||2nd Semester||3rd Semester||Internship|
|CEMS MIM Year [Total 66 ECTS]||MSc* [Total 20 MCs]||Non-Credit Bearing|
|CEMS School 1||CEMS School 2||NUS||Singapore / Overseas|
Non-Business Undergraduate Student
|1st Semester||2nd Semester||3rd Semester||4th Semester||Internship|
|CEMS MIM Year [Total 66 ECTS]||MSc* [Total 28 MCs]||Non-Credit Bearing|
|CEMS School 1||CEMS School 2||NUS||NUS||Singapore / Overseas|
*Up to 3 Level-5000 modules (maximum of 12 MCs) taken at the CEMS host schools can be counted towards the fulfillment of your MSc in Management requirement.
Student must submit a CEMS application in CEMS.org between 1 November and 15 July when they are in year 3.
Student will rank 15 host schools of their preference in the application form.
Following documents must be uploaded:
There is an additional tuition fee of $20,000 (subject to GST) for CEMS MIM, which is to be paid over two equal installments.
Limited NUS CEMS MIM Study Awards covering all or a portion of the programme fees are available for outstanding students.
Candidates with good GMAT scores will be considered favourably for our NUS CEMS MIM Study Awards, as well as stand a higher chance in getting their preferred placement at CEMS host schools.
There is no need to submit a separate Study Award application.
The CEMS MIM degree will only be granted upon successful completion of the MSc in Management programme.
To be considered for the CEMS graduation ceremony held usually in late November or early December, the CEMS student must have successfully completed all obligatory components for the CEMS MIM by the June of that year:
You may obtain more information from the CEMS website.