In the Economist Masters in Management Ranking – recently published for the first time - WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management was ranked third worldwide. The Business School was also voted best among universities in German-speaking countries.
Career opportunities, Faculty, Network and Salary were four of the categories WHU was ranked particularly outstanding. WHU’s Career Service even scored top grade, based on the WHU alumni’s feedback. Professor Dr. Markus Rudolf, Dean of WHU, is pleased: „Our excellent result in the Economist ranking confirms the quality of our study programs. However, this also motivates us to continuously work on their further advancement. We see with great pleasure that the Economist now also offers a valuable ranking for Master’s in Management programs“.
The Economist Masters in Management Ranking is based on a survey of world-leading business schools. Besides the business schools themselves, the survey also took in the views of students and alumni. The ranking’s most important criteria include career prospects that the Master’s program opens up to students, the quality of the Master’s program in terms of teaching staff and students, the range and access to overseas study programs, and the diversity of students, appraisal of the program by students, salary prospects following graduation from the Master’s program, and the potential of the alumni network.