According to Financial Times Ranking the Faculty of Business Administration ranks 18th with its International Management (MIM)
The Faculty of Business Administration VŠE has achieved unprecedented success when ranking on the 18th position within the Financial Times Master in Management Ranking 2019. Compared to last year, the school advanced four more places and became the best-rated school in Central and Eastern Europe. The faculty has ranked with its Master programme International Management (MIM).
The CEMS International Master Program, which is also taught at the Faculty of Business Administration, has moved from the ninth to the eighth place.
As in 2018, the Swiss University of St. Gallen ranked as the first school in the ranking. There was also no change in the second and third place, with HEC Paris (France) and London Business School (UK).
The Faculty of Business Administration has been placing at the top of the prestigious Financial Times world ranking for a long time as the only Czech school. “It was confirmed that our last year’s phenomenal success at the very top of universities all over the world was not just a coincidence,” said the Dean of the school Prof. Ivan Nový. “I think this achievement is a clear proof that the Czech university education needs not to be ashamed of anything, at least in the field of economics and managerial education,” he adds.
The CEMS Master Programme, which ranked as eighth in the ranking, is a joint project of 32 prestigious universities from all around the world which provide managerial education. At the Faculty of Business Administration, it is taught as part of a two-year English program Master in International Management.
Financial Times Global Master in Management Ranking 2019 can be found here.