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In the recently published Financial Times European Business School Ranking, WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management was once again rated one of the best European business schools. A total of 95 universities were placed in the list of the best, and WHU ranked 37th in Europe.
In September 2017, the WHU Master in Management program was placed seventh in a worldwide comparison and, among other things, scored excellent ratings for the WHU career service as well as the career opportunities students can look forward to upon graduation. The following month, the Executive MBA program ranked 23rd worldwide and 12th in Europe. The deciding criteria were once again the post-graduation career opportunities as well as the satisfaction levels of program participants.
“Despite a high number of competitors, it is good to see that our results in the program rankings for Master in Management and Executive MBA increased compared to last year,” Professor Dr. Markus Rudolf, WHU Dean, explains.
The Financial Times European Business School Ranking can be classified as an overall ranking based on the placements of the universities in five individual program rankings. The business schools' quality is measured by their performance in their MBA, Executive MBA, Masters in Management and open or customer specific Executive Education programs.