Professor Sunita Malhotra
teaches on the CEMS programme at Universite Catholique Louvain, Belgium and is
Managing Director at People Insights
The opportunity for good work life balance/flexible working has been
rated practically as important as salary when considering applying for a new
role, a survey conducted of 761 recent CEMS business graduates has found. Opportunities
for quick career progression and the chance to make an impact at an early stage
have been ranked as the third and fourth key criteria which would influence
their decision to apply for a job.
28 Jan 2019
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Helen KAN, Executive Director and Alternate CEO of China CITIC Bank International (CNCBI), and the bank’s Group Head, Personal and Business Banking Group, believes FinTech will fundamentally transform the way in which services are delivered. “The future of retail banking is about merging banking into customers’ daily lives,” she says.
Read more on what’s changing in this sector and the impact education can have, from the South China Morning Post and our CEMS Corporate Partner:
A global survey by the Global Alliance in Management Education (CEMS) examined the top priorities of 761 recent CEMS business graduates from 49 countries. When they seek a new role, apart from salary or work-life balance, career progression and the chance to make an impact at an early stage are two of their top priorities.
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The third annual CEMS Start Up Challenge was held at Corvinus Business School in Budapest, Hungary on November 8-9, 2018 ahead of the Career Forum. Building on the success of the previous years, this event offered students the opportunity to work closely with experienced mentors to develop their ideas and learn more about developing a business. The event finished with a pitching session of each team’s ideas and progress in front of investors, VC and experienced entrepreneurs.
We caught up with CEMS student Fabius Weiner to learn more about the bubbleReach project, one of the winning teams in our competition.
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