Due to its internationalization and a high-quality research output of its faculty, the University of Economics, Prague, succeeded in a recent ranking conducted by the Centre for Higher Education Development (Das Centrum für Hochschulentwicklung – CHE) based in Germany. The ranking results were published by the Die Zeit magazine.
The job fair will take place on November 10th and 11th, 2009 in the Rajská building atrium. 49 companies registered to meet talented students and alumni of the University of Economics, Prague.
The week from 19th to 23rd October at VŠE will be "green". The main goal of the event called "Waste sorting week" is to make students and staff aware of the fact, that in the beginning of the new semester, our school had bought in total 104 new bins for sorted and municipal waste.
The Financial Times has rated the CEMS MIM the number one Master’s in Management programme in the world for the first time, with the MIM also emerging as the top programme for combined international results.