In the recently published Financial Times European Business Schools Ranking, WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management ranked 23rd, advancing by four places compared to the previous year. A total of 95 European universities were included in the list of the best business schools.
"I am very pleased that the ambition that drives us to continuously improve our study programs is also reflected in this year's Financial Times European Business Schools Ranking. The result confirms our vision of establishing WHU as one of the leading European business schools," explains Professor Dr. Markus Rudolf, Dean of WHU.
The Financial Times European Business Schools Ranking is an overall ranking based on the universities' rankings in five individual program rankings. The quality of the business schools is measured by the MBA, the Executive MBA, the Masters in Management and the open or customized Executive Education programs.
In the Financial Times' Masters in Management Ranking 2019, WHU ranked 20th worldwide. In the MBA program ranking, which was published in April 2019, WHU achieved 71st place worldwide, advancing by 23 places. At German level, WHU's MBA program even took first place. In November 2019, the Kellogg-WHU Executive MBA program took 34th place worldwide and was ranked best EMBA program in Germany for the eleventh year in a row. With the so-called "Open Programs" in Executive Education, WHU achieved 45th place in a global comparison and was thus able to improve its ranking by 15 places compared to the previous year.