In the recently published Economist Which MBA 2019 Masters in Management Ranking, the study program at WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management was ranked seventh worldwide. WHU was again ranked the best German university.
WHU achieved particularly good ratings in the areas of faculty, study content, alumni network and salary after completion of the study program. After evaluating alumni satisfaction, the Economist ranked WHU's Career Service third worldwide. WHU dean Professor Dr. Markus Rudolf is pleased with the result: "The excellent performance in the Economist Ranking confirms us once again in the orientation of the study programs offered at WHU and at the same time motivates us to constantly work on their further development."
The Economist Masters in Management Ranking is based on a survey of leading business schools worldwide. In addition to the universities themselves, students and graduates were also surveyed. The most important criteria in the ranking are, among other things, the career opportunities offered to participants by the Master's program, the quality of the Master's program measured by lecturers and students, the internationality and diversity of participants, the assessment of the program by participants, the salary development after graduation, and the potential of the alumni network.