Over the sixty years since its founding the University of Economics, Prague has acquired substantial international recognition as one of the top public business schools in Central and Eastern Europe. It provides a competitive and professional yet friendly environment for study and self-development for more than 15,000 students.
The University of Economics, Prague is the largest public economic institution in the Czech Republic. Its annual rank among the best business universities in Central and Eastern Europe is the main reason why it is sought out by over a 1,000 foreign students every single year.
Another reason for its popularity is the broad spectrum of Bachelor’s, Master’s, MBA and PhD study programmes taught in English at 6 faculties (Finance and Accounting, International Relations, Business Administration, Informatics and Statistics, Economics and Management). Students may choose to pursue their careers in international business, business administration, economics, diplomacy, finance and accounting, management, and statistics, to name just a few examples. The institution also maintains a long-term international partnership with over 250 universities around the globe.
The University of Economics, Prague possesses a number of prestigious international accreditations, including EQUIS and EPAS or ACCA, runs an international MBA programme accredited by FIBAA, and is currently in the five-year business accreditation process for AACSB.
Our well-equipped sport facilities are more than enough to satisfy every craving for physical activity you may feel in your free time. The university gymnasium includes an artificial climbing wall and a rehabilitation exercise room, and it is large enough to contain two basketball courts. Anyone not so keen on sports may get involved in a number of student organizations – an amateur theatre group, a film club, a choir and a chamber orchestra or a student journal, where you may publish and share your individual experiences from the campus.
All the premises are situated just a few minutes from the city centre and are easily accessible by public transport.