Monitoring hundreds of business schools in the world, the Financial Times produces the rankings of the best business schools and trainings every year. In the global ranking of management trainings by the Financial Times Masters in Management, the Management and Leadership Master’s programme of the Corvinus takes the 90th place this year. Therefore the programme is now among the top hundred management trainings in the world.
With this prestigious position, the Management and Leadership Master’s programme of the Corvinus University of Budapest is a unique programme that is outstanding not only in Hungary, but by international standards, too.
According to the survey of the Financial Times, the average wage of students graduating from the Management and Leadership Master’s programme at the Corvinus is HUF 600,000 gross within three years of their graduation, and based on the data of the system tracking graduates’ careers, this is one and a half higher than the average wage of people graduating from master’s programmes at other Hungarian universities. In addition, the students of Corvinus may further enhance the value of their degrees with a CEMS (The Global Alliance in Managment Education) training, too. The CEMS is a training of two semesters, including one semester and professional practice at a foreign university, and in Hungary this is available only at Corvinus. This year the CEMS programme took the 13th place in the ranking defined by the Financial Times.
The Financial Times compared the programmes from the aspect of value for money, too. In this comparison, the Management and Leadership Master’s programme of the Corvinus is already the 21st. The ranking also considers that 96% of the graduates of the Corvinus Master’s programme are able to find jobs on the labour market within three months.
All in all, the alumni students of the Corvinus Management and Leadership Master’s programme are pronouncedly satisfied with the training, they gave 8.88 points from the available 10 in the survey of the Financial Times. In this indicator, Corvinus proved to be the best in the Eastern-Central-European region, better than the University of Economics in Prague, the Kozminski University in Poland, the Graduate School of Management of Saint Petersburg, and the management programme of the University of Ljubljana.
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