Leading Business Schools in Hungary:

Corvinus University of Budapest
- Formerly known as Budapest University of Economic Sciences and Public Administration – BUESPA.
- The MSc in Business Administration is ranked 23rd on the Top 25 list of European Master in Management programs (Financial Times 2005).
- The MSc Program of the Faculty of Business Administration was ranked 25th on the list of the 35 leading business schools (FT 2006).
- The MA Program was ranked 35h on the list of the 48 leading business schools (FT 2007).
- The Master's in Business Administration programme was ranked 44th in the 2009 Financial Times masters in management evaluation.
- The University is a member of the CEMS (Community of European Management Schools).
- The Faculty of Business Administration is a member of PIM, EDAMBA, EFMD and CEEMAN.

University of Pécs
- One of the largest institutions of higher education in Hungary.
- It has the following faculties - Faculty of Adult Education and Human Resources Development, Faculty of Business and Economics, Faculty of Health Sciences, Faculty of Humanities, Faculty of Law, Medical School, Faculty of Music and Visual Arts, Faculty of Sciences, Illyés Gyula Faculty of Education and Pollack Mihály Faculty of Engineering.

Central European University
- CEU and all its degree programs are registered and accredited in the US. An increasing number of its programs are also accredited in Hungary.
- CEU Business School was the first in the region to offer management education, leading to an MBA degree.
- CEU Business School is placed in the top 100 Business Schools in the world and in the top 30 in Europe (Global Top 100 Business Schools Research Report).

International Business School - Budapest
- It offers accredited Hungarian degrees. In addition students have the opportunity to study for Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees conferred by Oxford Brookes University (the best modern university in the UK).

Budapest Business School
- One of the largest higher educational institutes in Hungary.
- Founded in January 2000 when three formerly independent colleges merged to form a leading business school in Budapest (the College of Commerce, Catering and Tourism; College of International Management and Business Studies, and College of Finance and Accountancy).

* Suggested Reading: Good Business Schools & MBA

World University Ranking Tables

America - US News & World Report, The Princeton Review, BusinessWeek
Canada - Maclean's, Gourman Report Ranking of Canadian Universities
UK - Sunday Times, Guardian, Times Good University Guide, Daily Telegraph
World - Shanghai Jiao Tong ARWU Rankings, Webometrics, Newsweek
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