WHU MiM reaches third place in THE ranking

In the recently published Times Higher Education (THE) Business Programs Ranking, the Master in Management Program at WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management takes third place worldwide. The ranking was published for the first time this year.

"I am very pleased that, in addition to the recently published FT European Business School Ranking, the THE Ranking once again confirms the outstanding quality of our business school," explains Professor Dr. Markus Rudolf, Dean of WHU. WHU achieved third place in the worldwide overall ranking and took first place in the examined areas "Engagement" and "Outcomes."

In cooperation with the Wall Street Journal, THE has collected data from business schools all over the world and this year for the first time created a Business Programs Ranking. In total, the programs of 114 business schools from 24 countries were compared. They were tested for quality in four main categories: "Resources" (25%), "Engagement" (25%), "Outcomes" (38%) and "Environment" (12%).