Finance and Accounting program at Kozminski University is among the top schools worldwide. The program has been ranked 15th, moving up 3 places!
In “The Financial Times” global ranking of master in finance programs published on Jun 19, the Polish school has been ranked 15th, moving up 3 places (compared to 2016).
The Master in Finance ranking is led by four French-based schools: EDHEC Business School, HEC Paris, ESSEC Business School and ESCP Europe, followed by MIT Sloane from the US. Other top finance schools offering master’s degrees include: Bocconi from Italy, IE from Spain, Warwick University and St. Gallen University. Kozminski University (at 15th) is trailing Shanghai-based Jiao Tong University (14th place), and is followed by Stockholm School of Economics (16th). Full list of top master in finance programs consists of 60 schools.
- Climbing in international rankings of studies is the most effective way to gain the global recognition for a Polish finance and business school. Kozminski University has joined the global elite in teaching finances, and we compete head on with such heavyweights as Oxford (ranked 11th) or MIT (5th place) - says Professor Witold Bielecki, rector of Kozminski University.
Kozminski University has been listed in “Financial Times” for 7 years in a row, which has contributed significantly to its high level of internationalization and diversity, proven in practice by around 1500 international students from 70 countries. Other criteria in “Financial Times” rankings include hiring prospects for graduates, their career advancement, and annual salaries three years after graduation. Finance and accounting programs at Kozminski University are available in Polish and English, and are supported by international organizations, like ACCA or CFA, which is an advantage for students who want to obtain professional certificates.