WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management ranks first among German universities in the recently published Financial Times MBA Ranking. WHU has improved by 23 places worldwide and now ranks 71.
WHU's MBA program performs particularly well in the areas of internationality. 86 percent of students who decide to take an MBA at WHU come from abroad to the Düsseldorf campus where the program is taught. "At WHU, a world view characterized by diversity, internationality, and open-mindedness is very important to us," explains Professor Dr. Markus Rudolf, Dean of WHU. "The students benefit from such a learning environment as well as from the excellent teaching and the exceptional network at WHU." Even after completing the MBA program, the high internationality of the WHU program is evident: in the "International Mobility" category, which measures how international graduates enter into an employment relationship after completing their studies, WHU ranks 21st worldwide.
In the category "Corporate Social Responsibility," which measures the proportion of teaching hours devoted to sustainability topics such as ethical, social and environmental issues, WHU was also awarded a very good ranking: it came 18th worldwide in this category. The Financial Times Ranking also shows that students are very satisfied with their studies at WHU. WHU's MBA program, for example, is ranked 14th worldwide in the "Aims Achieved" category. This category reflects the extent to which students have fulfilled their stated goals and reasons for obtaining an MBA after graduation.
The Financial Times MBA Ranking annually rates the 100 best MBA programs in the world. The ranking is made up of several categories, which include student satisfaction, as well as factors such as career progression, post-graduate salary development and student and faculty diversity.