MBA Ranking – what is our position?

Our International MBA in Strategy, Programme and Project Management is the program awarded in international and national MBA rankings. Each year we improve and develop our MBA Program what is proved by reaching higher positions in MBA rankings. Few ranking that awarded our program are: QS Ranking which distinguishes different categories in which MBA Programs are ranked, Eduniversal Ranking, Perspektywy MBA Ranking.

MBA Ranking – QS Career outcomes

In 2022 our MBA Program was in top 34 Executive MBA Programs in Europe regarding the category „Career Outcomes”. It means that our Students and Alumni improve their competences during studies and that results in the increased salaries, promotions but also in setting up the business by themselves.

Eduniversal MBA Ranking

This is the International ranking that evaluates the best business schools and programmes over the world. Our International MBA in Strategy, Programme and Project Management achieved the very high score according to the opinion of experts. We reached the 24th position on the list of Executive MBA Programes in Eastern Europe.

Perspektywy MBA Ranking – Best MBA Programs in Poland

Perspektywy is one of the most prestigious rankings provided in Poland. In 2021 our MBA Program reached the 7th position among Executive MBA Programs. In 2022 the Perspektywy ranking was not provided but we are looking forward another edition of this MBA Ranking.

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MBA Programme Office

Faculty of Management and Economics, Gdańsk University of Technology
Traugutta Street 79, room 404
80-233 Gdańsk, Poland
phone: +48 58 348 63 55
phone: +48 517 849 332


MBA Director

PhD Beata Krawczyk-Bryłka
phone: +48 58 348 61 75



Gdańsk, Poland


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