Prague University of Economics and Business
Prague, Czech Republic
The Faculty of Business Administration (FBA) at the University of Economics, Prague is among the most respected schools in Central and Eastern Europe focused on the field of management. Our mission is to generate and transmit knowledge, develop skills, and form attitudes for the successful management of companies and organisations in a changing global environment. The FBA has, as the only faculty in the Czech Republic, the prestigious international EQUIS accreditation. This means the FBA ranks among the 1% of best business schools in the world.
nám. W. Churchilla 4, Prague, Czech Republic
Previous students rated the university a 2.5 out of 5
Previous students rated the courses difficulty to be low compared to Nova.
Martim (Spring 2018): Classes very accessible and not demanding. Business project with consulting company was extremely demanding.
Previous students rated the workload to be somewhat light.
Martim (Spring 2018): Class wise was very low, Business Project wise consumed more than 70% of the week's time.
Previous students rated the city life to be good.
Previous students rated the nightlife to be amazing.
Martim (Spring 2018): Lovely affordable city, in the heart of Central Europe. However, Czechs are cold people.
Previous students said the CEMS cohort had around 100 students.
Previous students rated the CEMS community to be ok.
Previous students rated the CEMS Office to be ok.
Martim (Spring 2018): Perfect size group ~25 people who got together all the time.
Previous students said it was somewhat hard to find accommodation.
Martim (Spring 2018): Hard to find, and pricier than expected.
PRIce of one beer
Previous students said that living costs were lower compared to Lisbon.
Martim (Spring 2018): 1€/1.5€
Anonymous (Fall 2022)
Lovely city, great nightlife, a big community of exchange students, however Czech people are a bit cold and don't try to integrate you. The uni itself doesn't seem as good as Nova. But in general, amazing people and so much fun. Dormitories from VSE are not nice, you often have to share a tiny room with someone, so book your accommodation in advance and take a looot of pics when u check in because Czech landlords might try to scam you and have no mercy for foreigners who don't understand how things work (be careful because of your deposit).
Definitely take the international strategy class and get your liver ready.