Kozminski University Best in Central & Eastern Europe according to the "Financial Times" Master in Finance Ranking!


The "Financial Times" Master in Finance 2023 Ranking leaves no doubt that Kozminski University is the best at educating future financiers in Central & Eastern Europe. The university has once again confirmed the highest level of its Master in Finance & Accounting program, ranking 32nd in the world and first in the region.

The winner of this year's "Financial Times" Master in Finance Ranking is ESCP Business School in Paris, a strategic partner of Kozminski University. Second place is held by last year's leader, HEC Paris. The top four positions are held by French universities. Financial Time ranked the world's top 55 business schools that most effectively teach finance at the master's level. Kozminski University is the only university from Poland and the highest ranked from the Central and Eastern European region. Importantly, the Financial Times ranking is based on data provided by the universities and information about the studies provided by alumni 3 years after their graduation. 

Being among the best programs in the world is an honour and obligation for the whole KU community. Thanks to constant innovation efforts, respect for top education values and close partnership with tier companies and our alumni, we are able to provide a unique student experience, offer future-ready competences and support incredible global careers of future business leaders.

 – comments Prof. NU Franjo Mlinarič, Leader of the Master in Finance & Accounting program at Kozminski University.

The Master in Finance & Accounting program at Kozminski University have the highest, outstanding rating from the Polish Accreditation Commission. Business partners of the program are leading organizations such as Citibank, Accenture, KPMG, Santander and UN Global Compact. Thanks to the cooperation with professional organizations: CFA Institute, ACCA, CAIA Association and GARP, students can earn internationally recognized certifications and professional qualifications. These institutions work closely together in developing the curriculum. Students can take advantage of a double degree program and obtain two diplomas – from Kozminski University and one of the partner universities, while doing part of their studies abroad. The faculty's strengths also include excellent professors and lecturers, many with extensive practical experience.

Studying finance at Kozminski University is not only universal and gives a chance for a career all over the world, but – due to the unrelenting demand for financial services and investment consulting – is resistant to economic turbulence

 – stresses Prof. Jacek Tomkiewicz, Dean of the College of Finance and Economics.

Financiers after prestigious universities are doing well in the Polish, European and global job market. The study program covers the full spectrum of topics needed in the financial industry, allowing students to gain critical insight and forecasting skills in times of an unstable and ambiguous environment. Our mission is to educate new generations of competitive, creative, and ethical leaders in the world of business and finance.

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