Corvinus ranks 79th best business school in Europe
Hungary’s Corvinus Business School has ranked 79th among the hundreds of business schools in Europe by the Financial Times this year, according to a press release issued today.
According to the announcement, only a few business schools in the region were able to make the list.
Another Financial Times list also includes masters programs, with the CEMS Masters in International Management program being ranked fourth. Corvinus has been a part of this program for almost twenty years, the announcement added.
“Corvinus University of Budapest, where I completed both my undergraduate and masters degrees, was a good match [for my ambitions]. High-quality education was essential, but the bonus was the university’s strong global connections,” Andrea Baji, student of Corvinusʼs CEMS Masters in International Management, writes in her guest article for the Financial Times.
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