Only the best
- 34 selected business schools from five continents.
Close to business
- 70 multinational corporate partners and eight NGO partners.
CEMS Master's in International Management
- Among the top ten on Financial Times' Global Master's in Managment ranking every year since the ranking began in 2005.
Partnership in International Management - PIM- is a collection of 60 leading business schools from around the world.
The network was established in 1973 by the HEC School of Management, New York University (NYU) and the London Business School (LBS). NHH became a member in 1995.
PIM members have exchanged thousands of students over the years the network has existed. The knowledge and experience that the network represents have enabled the member institutions to develop and strengthen their international efforts.
Erasmus+ brings together the EU's former program for education, youth and sport into one integrated program. It builds on the priorities of the EU's 10-year strategy for growth and jobs, Europe 2020. Quality in teaching and education, innovation, and the link between education and working life is central in Erasmus+.
The programme includes the 27 EU and the three EEA countries, the UK and several other partner countries. Norway participates as a program country on equal terms as EU member states.
NORDPLUS was established in 1988 as the Nordic Council of Ministers' program for students and teachers at higher education institutions in the Nordic countries, and later the Baltics. The program finances co-operation between higher education institutions, with the aim of developing the quality of teaching in Nordic educational institutions.
NOREK was established in 1994 to strengthen co-operation between higher education institutions in economics and administration in the Nordic countries within the framework of NORDPLUS co-operation. NOREK is a Nordic network for student and teacher mobility, and research collaboration, and includes 26 institutions in the Nordic region.