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Corvinus is on the Financial Times top 100 list

The Financial Times publishes a ranking of the world’s top 100 management training courses every September.

The master’s degree in management and organization at the Corvinus University of Budapest has been continuously on the list for 12 years, and this year, it finished in 91st place.

This ranking shows that Corvinus is an internationally competitive Hungarian university. Our goal is for Corvinus University of Budapest to create a responsible economic and social elite in Hungary and Central Europe by 2030, Előd Takáts, the rector of the higher education institution, said.

Among the world’s top 100 management courses, there are only five Central and Eastern European programs, and the master’s program in management and organization at Corvinus University in Budapest is the only Hungarian one.

The Financial Times also ranked degree programs in terms of value for money, with Corvinus finishing in 22nd place. FT noted as well that 91 percent of graduates from this Corvinus program find a job in three months.

According to the data of the Graduate Career Tracking System, the average salary of students graduating from the Corvinus master’s degree in management and organization three years after their graduation is HUF 628,000, which is 11 percent higher than the average salary of those graduating from other Hungarian universities. In addition, Corvinus students can even increase the value of their degree with a CEMS (The Global Alliance in Management Education) training. CEMS is a two-semester course, including a semester at a foreign university and an internship, which is only available in Hungary at Corvinus.

Students starting their master’s degree this year will be able to enter the labor market with an even more valuable degree than before. As part of Corvinus’ professional renewal program, the master’s program in management and organization will start in a renewed format and with new content this September. 

Based on feedback from employers, graduates and current students, the university has modernized the content, structure, methodology and key output competencies of the training. 

The renewed leadership approach creates graduates who can fill middle and top management positions.

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