Frequently Asked Questions - CMI Business School

Frequently Asked Questions

Where are classes given?

Classes are given at Avenida de Brasil nº29, 1st floor (Corner of Orense Street, 56) 28020 Madrid.

Our premises, located in the Cuzco area, are in the centre of Madrid, just a few meters away from Plaza de Cuzco and Paseo de la Castellana, near Cuzco (Line 10) and Tetúan (Line 1) metro lines and different bus stops, such as, 5, 11, 14, 27, 40, 66, 124, 126, 147, 149, 150.



How many students are there per class?

The Master programs are limited to a maximum of 30 students. Courses are limited to a maximum of 12-15 students.



Is it necessary to have a specific university degree or any professional experience to undertake a course at CMI?

Excepting Master’s programs, to undertake a training course does not require university studies or professional experience.



Is it necessary to have a specific university degree or any professional experience to undertake a Responsible MBA program?

To undertake any Master’s programs, it is required to have an university degree of any professional area. Previous professional experience is not required. There are certain requirements and documentation that are to be presented in the application process, contained in the web Master’s section.



Are the Master’s programs official?

No, they are qualifications given by CMI, performed with the highest quality standards, and designed for students to access and excel in the International labor market.



Are there any scholarships or financing available to facilitate the payment of programs?

Yes, CMI offers scholarships covering up to 50% of the price of each MBA Program and are aimed at students with excellent academic records, from countries in emerging economies, or with disabilities.

CMI offers financing to pay for a Master’s in 9 monthly fees. If the payment of the total price of the program is made at the beginning of the program, the student can benefit from a one-time payment discount.



How are evaluations done during the MBA programs?

Students are subject to a continuous evaluation through case studies, exams, and individual and group projects.