Eduniversal: “ZSEM among the top three best business schools in Europe!”

The Global Rating Agency for Higher Education, EDUNIVERSAL, headquartered in Paris, has named ZSEM among the three best business schools in Eastern Europe. ZSEM was selected among business schools from 21 countries: Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Kosovo, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine.

Eduniversal conducts research in 154 countries and is aimed at informing students pursuing for their studies in the following regions: Africa, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Eurasia and the Middle East, Far East Asia, Latin America, North America, Oceania and Western Europe. The best business schools by region are chosen by 1,000 deans of business schools all over the world.

ZSEM is the leading Croatian business school and the first in Croatia to have met the rigorous requirements for receiving the AACSB accreditation. ZSEM offers three undergraduate studies programs: Economics and Management, Business Law and Economics, and Business Mathematics and Economics. Besides this, ZSEM also offers MBA programs in many areas of training. Students from Croatia, as well as their colleagues from more than 30 countries, study at ZSEM. Aside from those who work in Croatia, the school’s alumni are also employed in 25 countries worldwide. According to a comparative research report based on scientific sources and works and according to the Web of Science, ZSEM is one of the most successful higher education institutions in the Republic of Croatia, both by the number of scientific articles and by their impact factor quality measurement.

The programs of ZSEM, a private nonprofit higher education institution, were first carried out in 2002 . The school’s dean, Djuro Njavro, PhD, is also proud of the previous prizes awarded to ZSEM, including its Eduniversal ranking. The school was once the first in Croatia and now places among the three best schools in Eastern Europe.