The Master's program in Global Business Management at KROK Business School is included in the ranking of the best master's programs in 2021.

Every year, the international rating agency Eduniversal publishes its official ranking of the best master's and MBA programs in 50 fields around the world.

The Master's program in Global Business Management at KROK Business School ranks 20th in the field of international management in the Eastern Europe region.

The quality of the program is measured by three main criteria:

  • Popularity of programs: to be known and recognized by recruitment companies and to have an active approach to them.
  • Salary of the first employment after graduation: placement of graduates in the best jobs on the market.
  • Student Satisfaction: Work to improve your programs, taking into account the feedback of your students.

Analyzed more than 22,000 masters and MBAs, 5,416 ranking programs, in 136 countries from 9 geographical areas: Africa / North America / Latin America / Central Asia / Eurasia and the Middle East / Eastern Europe / Western Europe / Far East / Oceania.

The rating programs are based on an analysis of the educational offerings of almost 4,000 schools and universities in 154 countries.

The "Best Masters" is today the only international ranking that evaluates and classifies master's programs, not institutions. This is possible due to the industry approach, which is based on certain "market criteria". These criteria measure the ability of a particular program to provide the student with the added value that is needed in today's job market.

The results of the Eduniversal Ranking of Best Masters & MBA’s are certified by an official bailiff and published at:

The fact that they are included in the list will give this program additional visibility among students, their families, HR professionals and the media throughout their presence in the EdUniversal rankings.

Congratulations to the faculty, alumni and students of the program on their outstanding achievements and we continue to move forward to position №1 in the Eastern Europe region.