Corvinus Ranks Among Best Business Schools in Region
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Corvinus University of Budapest has been ranked third out of 21 competing Eastern European business schools from 21 countries by the deans and rectors of the top 1,000 business schools in the world at the 2022 Eduniversal World Congress, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
This year the congress was hosted by the American University in Cairo School of Business and the awards ceremony was held on November 1.
Corvinus shared third place with St. Petersburg State University. The regional ranking was topped, also shared, by the University of Economics in Prague and the University of Ljubljana, with the University of Economics in Warsaw in second place.
"Corvinus has received another prestigious award, which shows that we are on track to achieve the university's strategic goal of becoming the leading higher education institution in Central Europe in the field of economic and social sciences by 2030," said Péter Fehér, head of International Relations at Corvinus, who represented the university at the event.
"I am particularly pleased that our peers' votes are reflected in the ranking and that they recognise our efforts and our educational and research achievements," he added.
Eduniversal is an international agency based in Paris, which has been publishing rankings for 15 years, covering more than 150 countries in nine regions of the world. The rankings are based on the votes of the university rectors and deans, who answer the question of which university they would recommend to their students if they wanted to study outside their university in the region.
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