In its annual assessment, the Financial Times selects the best of Europe's several hundred business schools, out of which only four institutions made it to the top list from the region (one of them is a private university, and another one is the ancient university of St. Petersburg with a capacity of over 23,000 students); so Corvinus has shown its excellence on an international scale once again.
Besides business schools, Financial Times also ranks business MA/MSc trainings. The ranking of elite trainings, published in late summer, lists the Corvinus Business School of the Corvinus University of Budapest on multiple accounts.
The list, which rates several thousand trainings, ranks CEMS Masters in International Management programme on the 4th place. This programme is operated by 30 leading business schools, and the Corvinus Business School has been one of them for almost 20 years.
Coming up two places since 2014, the Business School's Management and Organisation MSc training finished 68th in 2015, overtaking many important institutions in the region (University of Economics, Prague, Warsaw School of Economics), as well as outstanding business schools such as the University of Bath Business School, Manchester Business School, BI Norwegian Business School and Lancaster University Management School.
15 institutions from the business school top list - like HEC Paris (2nd), University of St. Gallen (4th) and ESADE Business School (5th) - are CEMS members along with our Corvinus Business School.