Ranking Eduniversal 2022 – MIFA programme
Prague University of Economics and Business has been ranked 1st in the latest Eduniversal 2022 ranking together with the University of Ljubljana, defending its position as the best business school in the Eastern European region. The announcement of the Eduniversal Best Business School Ranking took place on the 1st of November 2022 in Cairo, where the Dean of the Faculty of Finance and Accounting, Prof. Ing. Petr Musílek, PhD., accepted the award.
Five universities in the Eastern European region were ranked in the top three places for the first time. The first place is share by Prague University of Economics and Business and the University of Ljubljana, the second place belongs to the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) and the third place is shared by the Corvinus University of Budapest and the Graduate School of Management – St. Petersburg University.
At the same time, Eduniversal 2022 has released its ranking of the best Master’s programmes in Corporate Finance, in which the programme Master in Finance and Accounting ranked 5th in Central and Eastern Europe, an improvement on last year’s 6th place.
Detailed information can be found directly on the Eduniversal 2022 website:
- Eduniversal Awards for the 2022 TOP Business Schools
- Master in Finance and Accounting (MIFA) 2022 Ranking
- 15th Eduniversal World Convention
For the past 15 years, VŠE has regularly been ranked among the top three universities from Central and Eastern Europe in the Eduniversal rankings, which include a total of 21 countries. Based on selected criteria, a total of 1,000 business schools are divided into five groups, which are characterised by the number of Palmes of Excellence. Only the top 100 schools can receive five palm leaves, which signify that they are universities with strong global influence, and VŠE is one of them this year.
This is the fifteenth year that Eduniversal has ranked business-oriented universities from 154 countries in nine regions of the world (the top three places for each region are always announced). The first step in compiling the annual rankings is the selection of the top 1,000 universities by an eleven-member International Scientific Committee (ISC). These schools are evaluated on the basis of a number of criteria, which mainly measure their degree of internationalisation, the reputation and renown of the school in the region concerned, and their quality. The third equally important step is the election of the rectors and deans of the selected 1,000 universities. In their election, they answer the question: “Which school would you recommend to your students if they wanted to study in that country?”
Eduniversal is a global ranking of management schools and an evaluation agency specializing in higher education. The organisation is based in Paris and has been operating internationally since 2007. It compiles two rankings each year – a ranking of the 1,000 best business schools and a ranking of the 4,000 best master’s and MBA programs. These rankings are for students deciding which university to choose in one of the following nine geographic regions: Africa, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Eurasia and the Middle East, East Asia, Latin America, North America, Oceania, Western Europe.