For international students looking for an excellent Master’s in Management program, the Financial Times rankings are not the only important guide for choosing a university. Those of The Economist are also held in high regard. In the current "Economist Which MBA? Masters in Management Ranking", WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management is ranked #8 worldwide and is once again #1 in Germany.
WHU achieves very good results in the categories "career service", "faculty quality" and "alumni salary", in all of which it is ranked as #3 worldwide. WHU also scores well in the areas of "education experience" (9th place) and "potential to network" (15th place).
"We are proud to have consolidated our place in the global top ten with our Master’s in Management program," says Prof. Dr. Markus Rudolf, Dean of WHU. "The international market is very competitive, and we put a lot of energy into constantly improving our teaching and portfolio. It is encouraging when this is reflected in the results of such important rankings like that of The Economist."
The "Which MBA? Masters in Management Ranking" is published by The Economist every two years. In addition to quantitative data provided by the universities themselves, a qualitative survey of students and alumni is decisive for the evaluation.
Find the complete ranking results here.