Kozminski University has been ranked among the top business schools in Europe according to the 2023 Financial Times European Business Schools ranking. This prestigious ranking considers a variety of programs including graduate, postgraduate, MBA, Executive MBA, and development programs. Kozminski University is the only institution from Poland and the highest-ranked from Central and Eastern Europe in this ranking, reaffirming its status as a prime partner in education for students, listeners, and businesses.
Kozminski University stands as the only Polish institution in the ranking and leads among business schools in CEE region. Its global orientation, high internationalization, and business-oriented study programs contribute to its international recognition, securing the 40th spot in the ranking and an improvement of 12 places from the previous year. This is the highest position the university has ever achieved in its history, ranking among esteemed business schools from France, Italy, the UK, and the Netherlands. It has also marked its presence through cooperation with ESCP Business School, which ranks 4th in this year's ranking.
– The continued rise of Koźmiński University in the prestigious Financial Times ranking is primarily a source of pride in our graduates. Their successes translate into how the academic community, employers, and the broader environment assess us. The European Business Schools ranking also confirms that we are the best choice as a developmental partner from the diploma level, through postgraduate studies, to the Executive MBA level. The educational programs we create are developed with the concept of lifelong learning in mind," says Professor Grzegorz Mazurek, Rector of Koźmiński University.
For students in Poland, Kozminski University offers an excellent alternative to studying abroad. Its students can choose from over 220 partner universities across six continents for semester-long studies, gaining valuable international perspective while maintaining local market connections. The university's researchers collaborate internationally, including with Harvard Business School and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. This global reach is supported by a commitment to high-quality research and education, evidenced by AACSB, EQUIS, and AMBA accreditations, placing the university in the top 1% of business schools worldwide that have earned this "triple crown". The university is also a leader in implementing new technologies, ethics, and sustainable development solutions.
The Financial Times rankings are based on surveys sent to alumni who graduated three years prior. These responses contribute to partial rankings for individual programs and the overall ranking of the best business schools in Europe in December.
Kozminski University has been featured in Financial Times rankings for 15 years, enhancing its international recognition. The university has been repeatedly awarded for its achievements in internationalization. Its students and alumni, from over 70 different countries, serve as ambassadors of Poland, Warsaw, and their university both domestically and internationally.