April 21, 2015
Video of Analyze Business, Build Strategy, Drive Success - CEU Launches New Master's Program
April 5, 2015
CEU Business School was selected as the academic partner of the #Hunnovators Conference of the Neumann Society, held on March 14, 2015 in Silicon Valley, San Francisco.
April 3, 2015
The Hungarian edition of Forbes magazine named CEU alumna Borbala Czako, global partner at Ernst & Young, one of the 50 most influential women in business in Hungary. Czako earned an MBA from CEU Business School in 1990, and won CEU’s 20th Anniversary Alumni Hero award in 2011.
March 25, 2015
As a committed institutional citizen in Hungary, CEU Business School is pleased to announce a special scholarship for members of the Hungarian government, public institutions, and civil service. The school offers this financial assistance in order to help contribute to furthering the highest, most effective and most innovative levels of governance in the country. The value of the scholarship is EUR 8,000, covering 50% of our EMBA tuition. Moreover, if a single public service unit sends over five of its members to the EMBA joining the same cohort, the school will provide 75% scholarships.
March 25, 2015
What can we expect from the transition economies of Central Eastern Europe and Central Europe a generation on from the dramatic changes a generation ago? What are the constraints and opportunities facing these countries in the coming decade and beyond? These questions and others are discussed in Neo-transition Economics, co-edited by Yusaf H. Akbar, associate professor at CEU Business School and CEU Business School alumnus Rustam Jamilov. The book includes contributions from Paul Marer, professor of business at the school.
March 19, 2015
http://www.vg.hu/hirdetes/elindult-az-elso-kozep-europai-regionalis-mba-kepzes-446482 - Hungarian economic news portal vg.hu reports: CEU Business School’s Katalyst Executive MBA (EMBA) degree program is tailored for managers and entrepreneurs who want to thrive in the complex world of contemporary global business. For more, see http://business.ceu.edu/executive-mba Other items of Hungarian coverage:
March 10, 2015
Laszlo Torok (BUS’08), CEO of Grundfos Magyarorszag Gyarto Kft in Tatabanya, Hungary, was named Entrepreneur of the Year by the Hungarian National Association of Entrepreneurs and Employers (NAEE). Upon receiving his mechanical engineering degree, Torok further specialized in design for manufacturing and assembly training. After 10 years of on-hand engineering and managerial experience, he continued his studies at CEU Business School and Purdue University in the IMM Global MBA program.
March 10, 2015
Video of The CEU Business School Experience
February 27, 2015
http://www.edupress.hu/hirek/index.php?HirID=32483&pid=egycikk - Hungarian educational news portal edupress.hu reports: The CEU Business School together with the CEU Department of Economics, in cooperation with IBM offers a new Master of Science program in Business Analytics, starting September 2015. Other items of Hungarian coverage:
February 26, 2015
In 2008, CEO and Co-Founder of Prezi Peter Arvai left his native Sweden during a major global recession to start a business in Budapest, his parents' native city. With only a very small amount of seed money from Magyar Telekom (Hungary's largest telecommunications company) – not enough to pay everyone in the company – Arvai and his co-founders launched Prezi, a cloud-based presentation software now a multi-million dollar company with 53 million users and over 250 employees.