BCE business program wins accreditation

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The Executive Masters of the Business Administration program at Corvinus University of Budapest (BCE) won the accreditation of the European Foundation for Management Development EPAS (Program Assessment System) for the third time, the university announced in a press release today.

According to the announcement, EFMD is one of the most prominent forms of recognition. The organizationʼs committee (Peer Review Team) extended the Master of Business Administration accreditation for another three years. The Corvinus School of Management program is the only faculty in Hungary, which received the international accreditation.

The report also noted that the course is only available in English.  

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