QS EMBA Ranking: WHU in 7th place

In the recently published QS Global EMBA Ranking 2019, the Kellogg-WHU Executive MBA Program was ranked first in Germany and seventh worldwide in the "Global Joint EMBA" category. 22 Joint Executive MBA programs were examined for various quality criteria in this sub-ranking.

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The joint program of WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management and the Kellogg School of Management scored particularly well in the area of "Career Outcome." The WHU Executive MBA also achieved particularly good results in terms of the internationality of its students. In both categories, the WHU Executive MBA program scored 100 out of a possible 100 points. "We are very pleased with our excellent performance in the QS Executive MBA Ranking, which shows that a high degree of internationality is important to us and that we give our students measurable added value for their future career path," explains Professor Dr. Markus Rudolf, Dean of WHU. WHU also achieved very good results in the areas of "Employer Reputation" and "Academic Reputation."

The QS EMBA Ranking assesses the 22 programs examined concerning the aspects "Employer Reputation," "Academic Reputation," "Career Outcomes," "Executive Profile" and "Diversity," which are included in the overall ranking. It was published for the first time in 2017.

The joint Executive MBA program of the American Kellogg School of Management and the German WHU celebrated its 20th anniversary last year. Since its inception, Kellogg-WHU has equipped more than 1,000 accomplished executives with the skills to become successful 21st century leaders. A total of six universities in America, Europe, and Asia belong to the Kellogg Global Network.

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