Study Business Programmes in Central Europe
In the recent years there has been a study increase in International students seeking European Business programs. Whilst a very diverse bunch, most European countries are characterised by a cultural openness, international outlook and most often a flexible immigration framework.
Over intervening decades, some of the best business schools emerged in western Europe. Many of these business schools, as with their North American cousins, are associated schools within universities and offer courses including the MBA alongside targeted master’s degrees in specialized subjects such as accounting, finance, marketing or international business. Private business schools also emerged in later years, providing bespoke education unaffiliated to the formal university structure in most western European countries.
The European MBA degree generally differs from the US model in a few major ways. To begin with, though there are always exceptions, European MBAs are usually one year in length, compared with the two-year MBA degree normally found States-side.
While the shorter program does not allow time for an internship, debate rages in Europe as to whether internships are even acceptable. Internships, an American phenomenon where students will work for experience in their intervening summers, goes against European notions of fairness, to some thinkers.
Central and Eastern Europe
Think global and zoom in on one of the fastest changing markets in the world. Business schools from Central and Eastern Europe are emerging as the place to be for both local and international MBA candidates. Over the last two decades, Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) has established itself as one of the fastest growing economies in the world.
Following the economic trend, the need for highly educated people increased exponentially. When choosing an MBA, managers and professionals, as well as young local entrepreneurs started to look at what business schools in the region could offer them, rather than towards top western business schools.
The main benefit of studying at a regional business school comes from the mixture between the western European business education model (that the majority of the local schools adopt) and the case studies adapted to the specifics of the developing economies. International students are profiting from the local educational background that shapes business skills required within multinationals or organizations operating in the emerging markets around the world.
Czech Republic has got some of the finest Business Schools in all of Europe . Although some nickname Czech Republic as Switzerland of the Eastern Europe, the costs of living in Czech Republic are among the cheapest in the Central and Eastern European countries so the life is thus more affordable.
Czech College based in Prague is new age Business School that offers affordable quality education . We have different programmes on Business, International Management, Finance, Marketing, Entrepreneurship and Operations Management.
Let us know if you are interested to study MBA/Business programme with us. We will be glad to answer your questions.