From Concentration Camp To Innovation Manager

When CEMS Alumna, Amela Koluder, was 19 years old, she fled from the concentration camp Heliodrom in Mostar, Bosnia, and came to Norway as a refugee along with 12.000 others. This article has been republished with permission from NHH. The original story can be found here:

“Getting to Norway was like coming to safety. Norway has been like a stepmother to me – I was taken care of when I needed it the most,” says Koluder.

27 Feb 2017

CEMS Alumni of the Year 2017 February Candidate, Andrea Gelosia

The CEMS Alumni of the Year is a joint campaign by the CAA in close collaboration with the CEMS Student Board, which gives the CEMS community the opportunity to learn about CEMS alumni on a monthly basis and vote for the favorite candidate as the CEMS Alumni of the Year.

Meet Andrea Gelosia,the February candidate for the CEMS Alumni of the Year 2017 election.

23 Feb 2017

The biggest challenges facing graduates as 21st century leaders

Recently we asked hundreds of graduates from the CEMS Master in International Management programme – likely to be future business leaders – to provide us with insights into trends they believe will affect them over the next few years; in particular, the biggest challenges facing them as 21st century leaders.


20 Feb 2017

Where will your entrepreneurial aspiration take you?

Cornelis (Niels) Eldering, Technology Transfer Officer at European Space Agency, offers his unique perspective on entrepreneurship and taking business to the next level.

Originally published by on 1 February 2017 at

Regularly, I spend time talking to students about their future aspirations regarding entrepreneurship.

15 Feb 2017

CEMS Featured in Forbes

It may seem as though the world is in meltdown, but it’s not Donald Trump that’s the biggest threat to business, or Brexit, or even global warming. Instead, changes in technology represent the main challenge facing tomorrow’s business leaders, according to a new survey. Read the full article titled “Rapid Technological Change Is The Biggest Threat To Global Business”, written by Nick Morrison at

13 Feb 2017

Catching Up with CEMSies: Anna-Marie Tunger with Maersk

Many CEMS graduates have chosen to work with CEMS Corporate Partners. In this interview series, we investigate how they have been doing. Today, we catch up with Anna-Marie Tunger who did her programme with Copenhagen Business School and Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. She is participating in the Go with Maersk Graduate Programme as a Trade and Marketing Analyst.

Why did you choose to work with Maersk?

09 Feb 2017

CEMS and the Global Alliance for Banking on Values Join Efforts to Strengthen Value Based Banking Education

With the start of the new year, two organizations, the Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV) and CEMS, the Global Alliance in Management Education are partnering to exchange resources and support research to engage stakeholders and the respective communities.

The GABV and CEMS started working together as part of the CEMS Global Management Practice course with Professor Jaap Boonstra at the ESADE Business School

01 Feb 2017