Reasons to study at the Faculty of Economic Sciences (University of Warsaw):
Quantitative Finance 19th in the world, International Economics 1st in Eastern Europe in 2015
Every year, Eduniversal (best-masters.com) publishes its official Ranking for the 4000 best masters and MBA programs in 30 fields of studies worldwide. University of Warsaw received 4 out of 5 palms of excellence - which are given to the best higher education institutions. Two of Faculty's graduate programs have been recognized:
QUANTITATIVE FINANCE - Ranked N°19 in Financial Markets in Top 100 Global ranking
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS - Ranked N°1 in Economics in Eastern Europe according to Top 200 Regional Ranking within the 9 geographical zones
The main criteria of this ranking were: the notoriety of the programs, the salary of first employment after graduation, student satisfaction. The results are published on www.best-masters.com.
One of two best Polish universities
The University of Warsaw is one of two Polish higher education institutions that are included in Top 500 Academic Ranking of World Universities.
According to Quaquarelli Symmonds World University Ranking (QS) University of Warsaw is 366 (out of 916) in the world and 248 in ranking by faculties in social sciences and management. In QS field-of-study ranking economics and econometrics at the University of Warsaw has been rankied 301-350 in the world. See the full report.
In the third edition of the QS University Rankings: Emerging Europe and Central Asia, the University of Warsaw got a 6th place out of 200 of the region’s top universities. The University of Warsaw is the best Polish university in this ranking.
According to Best students cities in terms of affordability Warsaw is second in the world.
QS World University Ranking by Subject: economics and econometrics at University of Warsaw have been awarded 301-350 position.
Top 600 in the world
University of Warsaw is the only Polish higher education institution included in first 600 best universities worldwide in Times Higher Education World University Rankings. Other six Polish universities are enlisted on places between 600 and 800.