FT European Business School Ranking

8 Dec

In December, the Financial Times published its results of the ranking of European business universities. This year, the University of Economics, Prague (VŠE) achieved 70th position among the most prestigious schools. This is three places better than last year. In the area of student exchange and international cooperation, VŠE works with the 29 best European schools.

The Financial Times published the names of only 75 universities. The first position is occupied by French HEC Paris; the London Business School scored in second position. From the Central and Eastern European countries, there were only three universities that scored in the ranking – Kozminski University and Warsaw School of Economics from Poland and the University of Economics, Prague from the Czech Republic. According to the Financial Times, the most successful business schools are placed in Great Britain (21 schools) and France (18 schools).

VŠE scored in the ranking especially because of the master program “Business Economics and Management” at the Faculty of Business Administration. This program scored in the 52nd position in September 2011. The international program common to 26 universities “CEMS Masters in International Management” (CEMS MIM) won 2nd position in the world.

The results of the FT European Business School Ranking 2011 are available here.