Faculty of Business Administration ranked 22nd in the Financial Times Master in Management Ranking 2020
One more time the Faculty of Business Administration confirms its strong position among the management schools from all over the world as it ranked 22nd in the „Financial Times Master in Management Ranking 2020“ with its Master in International Management (MIM) programme. Moreover, yet again this year it has become the best-rated school in Central and Eastern Europe.
As in 2019, the Swiss University of St. Gallen ranked as the first school in the ranking. There was also no change in the second place, which is occupied by HEC Paris (France). And another French school – Essec Business School, then ranked third.
The competitors within the Central and Eastern Europe are left far behind the Faculty of Business Administration. Kozminski University (Poland) placed 39th, St Petersburg University, Graduate School of Management (Russia) is 41st, University of Ljubljana, School of Economics and Business (Slovenia) can be found on 77th place and Corvinus University of Budapest (Hungary) occupies 90th position.
The CEMS International Master Program, which is also taught at the Faculty of Business Administration as part of the Master in International Management programme, has ranked 13th this year. CEMS is a joint project of 33 prestigious universities from all around the world which provide managerial education to talented and ambitious students.
Financial Times global Master in Management Ranking 2020 can be found here.