Since 2009, our University has been featured in the Financial Times’ global education rankings. These include:
- Global Masters in Management
- Global Masters in Finance
- Global Executive MBA
- European Business Schools
Main ranking criteria:
- Percentage of foreign faculty members
- Percentage of academics with a PhD (“doktor” degree)
- Graduates’ earnings and the increase in their earnings within three years after graduation
According to the 2020 Financial Times ranking, Kozminski University is the leader among business schools in Central and Eastern Europe.
The ranking of the best business schools in Europe is based on a number of partial criteria, especially in the case of ranks attained in several previously published rankings, such as – in our case – Master’s degree in Management, and Executive MBA.
Higher education institutions from Central and Eastern Europe:
- Kozminski University, Warsaw– 45th
- University of Economics in Prague – 50th
- St.Petersburg State University GSOM – 51st
- Moscow-based IBS - 58th
Kozminski University and its Master in Management program are ranked 39th in the ranking of the best Master in Management programs in the world. Our University is the only Polish higher institution featured in the ranking.
The Financial Times compiles its education rankings on the basis of its own surveys conducted in groups of graduates who graduated not later than three years after each survey. Among the 17 evaluation criteria taken into account by FT, one that is particularly worth mentioning is the progress the surveyed graduates make in their careers. In this respect, we perform very well, ranking 4th in the world.
The rankings feature also our foreign partners. One of them is ESCP Business School, the oldest business school in the world. Our joint Master in Management program ranked 6th in the world.
Kozminski University was ranked 21st worldwide in the Global Masters in Finance 2021 ranking.
Our university was the only higher education institution from Poland and Central and Eastern Europe to be featured in the ranking.
For a program to be ranked, strict requirements must be met. Full-time studies with an annual minimum of 30 graduates are considered, and the HEI that offers the program must be accredited by AACSB or EQUIS. The highest-weighted evaluation criterion is the earnings of the graduates.
Our Executive MBA program in the years 2009-2010 and 2012-2020 was featured – as the only Polish program – among the 100 best programs in the world. In the 2020 Global EMBA ranking, the program was ranked 63rd.
The ranking is based on surveys sent to higher education institutions and their graduates. The main ranking criteria are: current earnings of graduates, the increase in these earnings, career progress, professional experience, and goals achieved. Other criteria: presences of courses covering CSR, ethics, social and environmental issues in the curriculum, international diversity, and the value of scientific research.
RANKING OF ECONOMIC HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
Our university has been placed among the TOP3 Polish economic higher education institutions, ranking second in the 2021 ranking of the Perspektywy educational magazine.
RANKING OF NON-PUBLIC HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
In 2021, Kozminski University was ranked FIRST among non-public higher education institutions for the twenty-second time.
ACADEMIC UNIVERSITY RANKINGS
We’re number 13 among all Polish academic institutions of higher education!
The high score is mainly the effect of the accreditations we hold, the staff consisting of experienced teachers and business practitioners, and the level of internationalization. The professional achievements of our graduates were also a significant factor.
According to the 2018 Perspektywy MBA ranking, KU’s Executive MBA was the best MBA program in Poland.
The program was also ranked:
- 1st in the “MBA students” category
- 1st in the “Graduates’ opinion” category
7 key ranking criteria: rank and renown of the program (20%), employers’ preferences (10%), graduates’ opinion (15%), students (15%), teaching staff (15%), program’s content (20%), and support in the process of education (5%).
Our university was named the best non-public higher education institution in the 2021 “Rzeczpospolita” daily Ranking of Law Faculties and Programs.
The ranking position was determined, among others, by the rate of being accepted to a legal apprenticeship, the number of applicants per 1 place, and the presence of the competition winners among the high school students. Also: collaboration with foreign partners, including staff mobility, enrolled students-foreigners, and scientific potential – the scientific category of the higher education institution, right to confer habilitation degrees, and staff development.