School Name: Czech Management Institute Praha
Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Year founded: 1991
Czech Management Institute Praha is a business school located in Prague, Czech Republic. Established in 1991, the school offers a range of business and management programs at the postgraduate level, including MBA, MSc, and PhD programs.
Rankings: Czech Management Institute Praha is consistently ranked among the top business schools in the Czech Republic and Eastern Europe. In the Eduniversal 2021 ranking of MBA programs, Czech Management Institute Praha was ranked 3rd in the Czech Republic and 22nd in Eastern Europe.
Accreditation: Czech Management Institute Praha is accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA) and the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS).
Delivery: The MBA program at Czech Management Institute Praha is delivered on-campus.
MBA programs: Czech Management Institute Praha offers a full-time MBA program. The program has a duration of 12 months and is designed for experienced professionals who are looking to accelerate their careers in business and management. The program includes a combination of lectures, seminars, and case studies, as well as a range of experiential learning opportunities such as consulting projects, business simulations, and international study trips. Admissions to the program are highly competitive, with the school seeking candidates with strong academic backgrounds, relevant work experience, and leadership potential. The average GMAT score of incoming students is not specified. Tuition fees for the program are €19,000 as of 2023.
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At my uni I had to pay only for ID card (around 10 euros), there were no other payments. I lived at the dorms where I paid 350 euros for 3 months, but if you want to rent a room in the city, especially closer to the city center be prepared to pay that amount of money per month (at least). Overall prices in Prague are higher than in Cracow where I’m studying, but for other exchange students (mostly from countries with euro currency) it was much cheaper. So it depends.