CSM Approved Standards Vendor by MBA Career Services & Employer Alliance
Symplicity CSM has been certified as a 2020 MBA Approved Standards vendor for reporting, specialty masters, and employment status by the MBA Career Services & Employer Alliance (CSEA)! This status means CSM complies with CSEA’s Standards for Reporting Employment Statistics to provide meaningful employment data that is trusted, allowing CSM allowing schools to enter their student and/or aggregate level employment data to produce accurate reports for both full-time MBA students and for Specialty Master’s Program Standards. Symplicity CSM voluntarily underwent a review of its products through CSEA’s Vendor Standards Compliance program, which reviewed the technology to ensure the reports products were Standards-compliant. This certification means Symplicity can provide meaningful employment data that is compliant with MBA CSEA reporting standards.
The MBA Employment Standards were finalized in 1996 and since have been the standard measurement for developing reporting standards for MBA programs and MBA career services professionals. These standards have been used to address improve the reliability, usefulness, accuracy and comparability of reported MBA employment data.
CSM MBA Clients Recognized in Top MBA Program Rankings Globally
Symplicity would like to congratulate many of our MBA CSM clients for being recognized by to globally ranked business schools from the Economist’s annual WhichMBA ranking for 2021 and the Financial Times’ Global MBA Ranking for 2021.For the Economist’s WhichMBA Ranking, we would like to give a special shoutout to five Symplicity CSM Business School clients that ranked in the top 20:
- # 4: New York University’s, Stern School of Business;
- # 5: Georgia Institute of Technology, Scheller College of Business;
- # 9: Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper School of Business;
- #13: Indiana University, Bloomington Kelley School of Business; and
- #18: Vanderbilt, Owen Graduate School of Management
The Financial Times released its annual Global MBA Ranking for 2021 report earlier this month, which recognized several universities that are Symplicity clients. We congratulate all of our clients, from around the world, that made this list! In particularly, Symplicity is elated to congratulate the following institutions that ranked in the top 20:
- #1: Insead
- #2: London Business School
- #13: New York University, Stern School of Business
- #14: National University of Singapore Business School
- #16: University of Cambridge, Judge School of Business
- #17: University of Oxford, Said School of Business
- #19: IMD Business School
We congratulate all of our clients who made both of these global rankings and who have utilized Symplicity CSM to help their students succeed internationally. Both rankings utilized post-graduation salaries, academic rigor, job readiness, alumni, among a variety of other categories.
With Symplicity CSM for MBA programs, intuitions can customize the platform to fit the personalized needs of schools on an individual basis for any MBA student. Virtually any type of data contained within CSM can be turned into an ad-hoc report so that offices can analyze statistics and identify trends to better understand students’ activity and needs. On the student interface side, CSM’s offerings are invaluable for MBA candidates wishing to optimize their chances of success. Top companies like Google, McKinsey & Co., Amazon and Bain & Company partner with Symplicity to seek out prime student candidates. At Symplicity, we believe the careers center provides critical services and fosters lasting connections with students and employers. As a result, CSM has the largest network of students and employers in the space with access to a network of 400,000 active employers that includes 89% of the Fortune 100 companies.