The Financial Times monitors continuously hundreds of business schools around the world and compiles a ranking each year that represents the quality of those study programmes. In the global ranking of management trainings by the Financial Times Masters in Management, the Management and Leadership Master’s programme of the Corvinus takes the 90th place this year. Therefore, the programme is now among the top hundred management trainings in the world.
This means that the programme of Corvinus University of Budapest is an exceptional programme that is outstanding not only in Hungary, but by international standards too. According to the survey of the Financial Times the average wage of the students that have graduated from this programme is around 600.000 HUF (cca. 2.000 USD) within the first three years that is one and a half times more than the average of similar programmes. The ranking also states that on an average 96 percent of graduates find jobs on the labour market within the first three months.
The value of this diploma is increased even further by CEMS (Global Alliance in Managment Education) training, only available at Corvinus for the students of this programme. The CEMS is a training of two semesters, including one semester and professional practice at an international university.
Alumni students of the programme have also ranked the programme of their alma mater and found that they are highly satisfied with the quality of education at an average of 8.8 points out of 10. Regarding this average, Corvinus is the best in the Easter-Central European region: better than the University of Economics in Prague, the Kozminski University in Poland, the Graduate School of Management of Saint Petersburg, and the management programme of the University of Ljubljana.
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