In the recently published Which MBA? 2021 Full-Time MBA Ranking of The Economist, WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management’s MBA Program is ranked 63rd worldwide, improving its global position for the third time in a row.
WHU has again cemented its position as one of the top three schools in Germany in this particular ranking. The MBA Program at WHU is an opportunity to meet professionals from different industries and backgrounds. Students gain access to a global network and support throughout the program from a dedicated Career Center. A cornerstone of the program, the MBA Career Center ranked #1 in Germany and among the top 10 in Europe. This is also reflected by the excellent performance in the categories ‘Alumnus Rating Career Services’ (26th place worldwide) and ‘Alumnus Rating of Alumni Effectiveness’ (28th worldwide) - rating the size and helpfulness of the alumni network following graduation.
WHU is similarly renowned for its excellent faculty, as seen in the category 'Faculty Quality' (34th worldwide). The faculty consists of professors and industry experts that regularly participate in research projects, providing new insights and knowledge for MBA students. Read more about our top-ranked faculty here.
The Economist Which MBA? Full-Time MBA Ranking is the result of surveys from leading business schools worldwide. This accounts for 80% of the ranking, with 20% provided by surveys completed by current students and the most recently graduated class. The main criteria of the ranking include career opportunities offered to participants, individual and academic development throughout the program, and salary development after completion, and the potential of the alumni network.
The Financial Times Global MBA Ranking is also valuable in the evaluation of the school on the international market. There, WHU was ranked #1 in Germany in 2020.