On December 4th, The Financial Times announced the annual ranking of the best European business schools in 2017. Poland, as in previous years, is represented by two universities: Kozminski University (64th place) and Warsaw School of Economics (76th place)
The Financial Times ranking includes 92 higher educational institutions, among them 26 French and 22 British ones. At the top of this ranking you can find: London Business School, HEC Paris, Spanish IE Business School, University of St. Gallen from Switzerland and INSEAD from France, which took places from 1 to 5 this year.
- Thanks to the presence in the "Financial Times" rankings since 2009 and the awarded international accreditations AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS, our university is chosen by more and more foreigners. This academic year we had a record high admission session, we accepted over 2,200 candidates, of which 480 are foreigners from 40 different countries. Many of them came to study in Poland precisely because they read about us in the Financial Times - says Rector prof. Witold Bielecki.
The "FT" study shows that the average earnings of a graduate from a good European university, in 3 years after the graduation of his/her master's studies in management he/she can earn up to 63 thousand dollars gross annually, however completing the EMBA studies gives you the chance to double this salary. The highest recorded salary after the EMBA studies is over 300 thousand dollars annually, as stated by the graduates of 3 universities from the top of the ranking. An overview of the declared earnings shows that graduating from a prestigious university provides a good start of a graduate's career and higher than average earnings in every European country.
There are 8 thousand students at Kozminski University, of which 1,5 thousand are foreigners. Our University is one of the most internationalized Universities in Poland.