Year of Graduation: 2016 Current position and company: Global HR Business Partner at Roche Home/Host School: WU / Stockholm School of Economics About Jessica Jessica was raised
What amazing activities did the Cems Club Vienna organize to start an unforgettable semester?
Year of Graduation: 2018 Current position and company: Consultant at Capgemini Invent Home/Host School: WU / CBS About Melissa Melissa is a fresh CEMS graduate from WU
I enjoyed the CEMS cohort in Milan quite a lot. Generally, Italians are warm and welcoming people and the CEMS club in Milan lived up to expectations. There were plenty of social events which I enjoyed a lot.
Stockholm is an amazing city with loads of things to do, so there is no reason to ever get bored. I really liked the university as everyone was very dedicated and the courses were quite interesting.
SASSE, the student organization at SSE, has many different departments and work groups on probably every interest you might have. So check them out, ask around and do what you love.
I had an amazing exchange. My main expenses were probably food and partying, cause you are doing it a lot and there are just so many good restaurants.
My exchange at ESADE was definitely the time of my life! I met the most caring, craziest and loveliest bunch of people. Experiencing CEMS and Barcelona could not have been any better.
The best thing at Tsinghua University are the endless opportunities you have through all the different associations and clubs to broaden your skills, get to know people and learn new things!
As an exchange semester, it’s the best destination I could have wished for. The crazy skyscrapers, the awesome food and just different culture are really cool and interesting.