Budapest university tops CEE in Masters in Management training
The Hungarian university is ranked 25th among Europe's top 35 business schools, said business daily Világgazdaság on Tuesday, quoting the FT survey. The ranking for masters of business management courses is partly based on graduates' subsequent professional career and salaries. The other CEE university on the list, the Warsaw School of Economics, was ranked 35th. The list is dominated by French schools, occupying six of the top 10 slots. According to the survey, 72% of students completing Corvinus's MIM find a job within three months, and graduates can expect an annual salary of Ft 9.1 million or € 33,000, said the paper. (Mti-Eco, vg.hu)
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