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Since its foundation in 1988 by a group of visionary leaders including George Soros, CEU Business School has become one of the leading institutions of management education in Central-Eastern Europe. The special nature of CEU Business School can be seen in its commitment to playing an active role in introducing American style business education to the public and private sectors of the still transforming economies “east of the EU”. The programs of the Business School are delivered entirely in English, to a diverse student body that represents more than two dozen countries, many of who will be the future leaders and catalysts of change in the transforming economies of CEE and the successor states of the Soviet Union.

The CEU Business School in Budapest is pleased to announce enrolment (admission) for Moldovan citizens for the following degree programs:

Bachelor of Science in Global Management - The BSc in Global Management prepares you to become an effective problem solver for all types of organizations, by providing not only the fundamentals of business, but also by emphasizing general education courses in the humanities and social sciences.

Dual Degree in International Business - The new dual degree from Universita Bocconi and Central European University is the first European-American undergraduate program that innovatively combines the study of EU business practices and American management style, with the challenges of the emerging economies.

Trans-national MBA - This 60-credit, intensive, full-time 11 month program is meant for managers who see themselves as change leaders in rapidly transforming environments and combines functional excellence (in the core program) with opportunities to specialize in Marketing, Finance and Real Estate Management.

Full information and online application are to be found at


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