Financial Times: VŠE, Represented by the Faculty of Business Administration, Is the 55th Best European Business School
Today the Financial Times published its annual European Business School Rankings 2019. The University of Economics, Prague (VŠE), represented in the ranking by the Faculty of Business Administration, ranked 55th. Compared to last year, the university moved five places up.
From the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, only the Polish Kozminski University ranked ahead of the University of Economics, Prague, with 48th place. The prestigious French university HEC Paris took first place in the ranking.
The Financial Times European Business Schools Rankings 2019 are based on data provided by universities and their graduates. As for VŠE, these data are provided by the Faculty of Business Administration.
The main criteria are the salaries of graduates and their dynamics, the quality of the master-degree programmes, MBA and executive education programmes and, last but not least, the qualification structure and diversity of academic staff.
This year’s Financial Times ranking is available here.
Last year’s ranking is available here.