General Information about the Faculty
Bucharest Business School was established in 2014 as the postgraduate business faculty of Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies and has two major MBA programs: Romanian Canadian MBA and Romanian-French MBA (former INDE). BBS is responsible for Executive Education projects, Mini MBAs and Entrepreneurial Development Programs of ASE Bucharest. With more than 20 years of international experience in Business Administration, our faculty is one of the major players on the Romanian MBA market with 4,000+ graduates in major companies. For its exceptional international impact and involvement, the Bucharest Business School was awarded "3 palmes" award by EDuniversal in 2014. Our Faculty has a long-lasting and fruitful collaboration with uOttawa (Telfer School of management) and CNAM Paris. Romanian teachers were trained in these prestigious foreign universities and are constantly improving their teaching methods offering students educational services to the highest academic standards. As both of our MBA programs, Romanian-Canadian and Romanian-French (former INDE) were developed with the help of our international partners, they are constantly updated to respect the standards and specificity of the Canadian and French programs. The international Curricula, rigorous professor selection and evaluation, recent biography and modern teaching methods are the key elements of our double diploma programs.
Rankings & Awards
Even if Bucharest Business School was founded in 2014 as a postgraduate Faculty of the Bucharest University of Economic Studies its 2 MBA programs have more than 20 years of experience and over 5.000 alumni. The Romanian-Canadian MBA program offers a double diploma form ASE Bucharest and uOttawa (Telfer School of Management). This program is identical to the Canadian one and each year the syllabus is updated to cover the most interesting subjects for the business environment. The Romanian-French MBA program is developed with CNAM Paris and also offers a double diploma from ASE and the French partner. This program has the classical - in action - a form of study and a newly introduced hybrid MBA focused around a modern e-learning platform. Our partners are AMBA (Association of MBAs) accredited for the MBA programs and offer the highest quality educational services for the North American and West European approaches. In 2014 Bucharest Business School received the 3 Palmes of Excellence award from edUniversal as a recognition for its international activity, care for the needs of our students and modern curricula. Bucharest Business School is a member of CEEMAN (Central & Eastern Europe Management Development) and, over the last years, its programs are raked as top MBA programs available in Romania. Both programs are accredited by the Romanian Ministry of Education and the diploma issued by the Bucharest University of Economic Studies is accepted in all European, North American countries and more.
Campus & Facilities
The Bucharest Business School is hosted in a newly restored historical building downtown Bucharest with a state of the art earthquake protection system. The Romanian-Canadian MBA Program have 2 states of the art exclusive lecture rooms, one exclusive IT lab and 4 study rooms providing students all conditions with an excellent learning experience. The rooms were designed with the expertise of the Canadian partners and wit founding from CIDA (Canadian International Development Agency). The Romanian-French MBA Program has 2 lecture rooms, one IT lab and two individual/study rooms complete with the IT and multimedia support. All MBA students have access to the BBS library with over 20.000 titles in English and French covering all courses. BBS updates the book collection each year based on the recommendation of the Romanian and foreign tenure professors.
With more than 5.000 graduates in major Romanian and multinational companies active on the local market as program ambassadors, Bucharest Business School has a great reputation from the 20 years of experience. The presence of Alumni members in these companies not only gives the BBS a strong advantage over its competition in recruiting future students but also facilitates collaboration on student practice programs, finding internship positions and organizing mini job fairs. Being among the first MBA programs available in Romania in the early 90s when the new local business class was defined combined with the stability of the programs over the years were the main pillars on which great relations built with companies, NGOs, state institutions, professional organizations and representatives from diplomacy.