The Financial Times published its FT Masters in Management 2022 Ranking which ranks the world’s best management training programmes. Corvinus has been ranked in the list of the Financial Times almost uninterruptedly since 2005, when the ranking was first published, Corvinus said in a press release.
This year, Corvinus programme has been ranked the aggregated 98th place. In the indicator of career support, the university has earned the highest position (9th).
Moreover, it has gained 22nd place according to value for money. This latter indicator compares the salary of alumni with tuition fees and other costs incurred during years at university.
In the indicators of employment after graduation and career progress, Corvinus programme belongs to the middle part of the global top 100 list in both aspects. In average, 93 percentage of the graduates find a job within three months, while Corvinus has achieved the 61st place according to career progress in the first three years after graduation.
From the Central and Eastern European region, beside Corvinus, a Czech, an Austrian, a Slovenian and a Polish programme has been included in the top 100 of the Financial Times.