In the recently published Financial Times European Business School Ranking, WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management is ranked 27th, an improvement of 10 places over the previous year. A total of 95 European universities were included in the best list.
"I am delighted that the high quality we offer in all our study programs is also reflected in this year's Financial Times European Business School Ranking. However, the result is not only a confirmation for us, but also an incentive," explains Professor Dr. Markus Rudolf, Dean of WHU.
The Financial Times European Business School Ranking is a kind of overall ranking based on the universities' placements in five individual program rankings. The quality of the business schools is measured in the programs MBA, Executive MBA, Masters in Management and open or customized Executive Education programs.
As early as September 2018, WHU's Master in Management program was ranked 15th in a European comparison, with particularly good results in the areas of Career Service at WHU and career opportunities after graduation. The Kellogg-WHU Executive MBA program achieved 15th place in Europe the following month. Here, too, career opportunities after graduation as well as the satisfaction of the program participants were decisive criteria. For the first time this year, the WHU MBA program's performance in the Financial Times MBA Ranking was also included in the overall ranking. This program qualified for the 26th place in Europe. WHU ranked 29th with the so-called "Open Programs" in Executive Education.