Master’s studies in Finance and Accounting at Kozminski University were the only ones from Poland in the Financial Times’ ranking of the best studies of this kind in the world. In this year’s ranking, these studies came in at number 21.
According to Koźmiسكيski University press spokesperson, Ewa Barlik, Koźmiński is included in the current list as the only Polish and Central European university, while Komiński’s foreign partner universities are ranked second (ESCP Business School) and third (SKEMA Business School). HEC Paris retained first place in the standings.
Schools from France, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, England, Portugal, China and Germany take the following positions. The full ranking is available here: https://rankings.ft.com/rankings/2864
“Financial studies are completely elitist. From the very beginning, students have access to modern analytical tools, such as the Bloomberg laboratory or internships in the best global and national companies. The natural result of such a program is a good career start, thanks to which Koźmiński once again took a very high position in the world rankings”- Comments of Professor Grzegorz Mazurek, President of Kozminski University.
The Financial Times ranking highlights career development. As Barlik emphasized, the graduates of Kuwait University are ranked tenth in the world. In terms of the ability to work anywhere in the world – it is the eighth in the world in this regard. By choosing a dual degree program, students can obtain two diplomas – both from Kosminsky University and one of the partner universities: the mentioned SKEMA Business School, or the University of Porto or ESSCA in France.
Koźmiński’s financial and accounting studies are conducted in business partnership with KPMG, Accenture Operations, Citi and Santander. When creating the curriculum, the university also cooperates with professional organizations: CFA Institute, ACCA, CAIA Association and GARP. Dr. Franjo Mlinaric, Head of the Master’s Program in Accounting and Finance Studies, adds that graduates have held leading positions in challenging CFA research for years.
PAP – Science in Poland