Corvinus Ranked Among Top Business Schools in Europe
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The Financial Times has again ranked Europe's best business schools this year, with Corvinus University of Budapest being the only Hungarian school to be included, the university tells the Budapest Business Journal.
This year, Corvinus was ranked 89th on Financial Times' list. Only one university each from Austria, the Czech Republic, Poland, and Slovenia from the Central European region was included in the ranking, with French, British, and German schools making up almost half of the total. The French HEC Paris, the British London Business School, and the Spanish-American-German IESE Business School are at the top of the list.
"Corvinus' good ranking in the European top list shows that our courses are outstanding, not only in the domestic field but also internationally. This is important peer feedback that it is a good place to study, teach, and research. Our achievement in the ranking gives us further impetus to continue our efforts to renew and internationalize our educational offer," said Lajos Szabó, acting rector of Corvinus.
The rankings were compiled from the Financial Times' MBA, Executive MBA, and Masters in Management lists, taking into account non-degree executive courses. The list measures career progression, salary levels, diversity of faculty and students by gender and nationality, and climate change education. Data was provided by schools and their alumni.
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