The "Financial Times" European Business School Ranking has been published! Kozminski University ones again the best business school in Central & Eastern Europe!
The list of top business schools in Europe published by the Financial Times includes universities that best educate future economists, managers, and financiers. Kozminski University was ranked 54th as the leader of business education in Central and Eastern Europe. Kozminski is also the only Polish university recognized by the British journal which included it in its prestigious ranking.
Most of the top universities are located in Western Europe. The first three places remain the same as last year and are occupied by HEC Paris, London Business School, and Insead. Kozminski University's partner university - ESCP Business School - has taken 14th place.
The ranking of universities is based on four detailed lists showing the quality of programs and achievements of graduates of MBA, EMBA, MSc in management, and postgraduate studies, published by "FT" successively throughout the year. A prerequisite for inclusion in these sub rankings as well as in the main ranking of universities in the possession of international accreditation - AACSB or EQUIS. Kozminski University is the only university in Poland that has a set of international accreditations. In the EMBA 2021 ranking "FT" ranks 29th, and in the Masters in Management 2021 ranking "FT" ranks 49th in Europe.
We are an attractive place to study for young people from all over the world. Students are often guided by the "FT" ranking in their choices. They want to study in Europe, in a country with high economic growth, which is Poland and in Warsaw, which is well connected to European cities and relatively affordable compared to Norway or France. Therefore every fifth new student admitted to our university is a foreigner - says Prof. Grzegorz Mazurek, Rector of Kozminski University.
Kozminski is also a very popular choice among Polish students. The unique feature of the university is its practical approach to internationalization. Kozminski University students can choose studies fully taught in English or conducted in Polish, they can take advantage of student exchange within the network of over 200 partner universities from all over the world, every year Warsaw hosts several hundred students from abroad under the Erasmus program. The University runs double degree programs with several European universities from the "FT" ranking, which gives the possibility to obtain two diplomas during the studies. It is a strategic partner of the oldest business school in Europe, ESCP Business School, and operates one of the six European campuses of this institution.
Kozminski's students develop their passions within scientific circles, competitions, and the Kozminski Sport Club. Numerous trophies immortalizing their victories can be seen on campus. The greatest achievements are the careers of the graduates - rapidly rising salaries and professional promotion, monitored by the "FT". They determine the high position of Kozminski in this prestigious ranking.
The full ranking of "Financial Times" universities is available HERE.