Further cementing its position as a market leader in business education, WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management has yet again achieved the #1 ranking position in Germany for its Master in Management Program. In the worldwide Financial Times Masters in Management 2020 Ranking, the school not only maintained its top position in the country, but is also ranked #12 worldwide. This impressive achievement sees the school placed above other international competitors such as ESADE (Spain), Warwick Business School (UK), and ESMT Berlin.
"We are proud that all of the WHU on-campus degree programs have come first in Germany in the latest Financial Times rankings,” says Professor Dr. Markus Rudolf, Dean of WHU. “We have improved our ranking in the worldwide Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking, and repeatedly taken first place among all German universities and business schools. This goes to show that the WHU Master in Management Program is an excellent, well-established program.”
Placed #12 among 90 other international Master in Management programs is a remarkable accomplishment and testament to the continued growth of the German business school. Climbing eight places since the previous year, WHU achieved particularly well in the category of ‘Career Service Rank’ (#2 worldwide) in recognition of the WHU Career Center, and ‘Weighted Salary’ (#6 worldwide) – comparing the average three years after graduation. Finally, in the category ‘Aims Achieved’, WHU ranked #9, which measures the extent to which alumni fulfilled their goals following their Master's degree.