Frankfurt School of Finance & Management has been included in the Times Higher Education Global University Employability Ranking for the second time in a row. Frankfurt School is ranked 67 out of 150 universities worldwide, up 15 places from last year and again number 6 in Germany. The US universities CalTech, MIT and Harvard lead the global ranking. The five German universities ranked above Frankfurt School are Technical University of Munich, LMU Munich, Goethe University Frankfurt, Heidelberg University and Humboldt University of Berlin.
Frankfurt School is the only German business school in a ranking dominated by large comprehensive universities.
“The THE Global University Employability Ranking shows that Frankfurt School graduates are in high demand all over the world. This is a confirmation of the hard work of our students, faculty as well as career services,” says Professor Dr Udo Steffens, president of Frankfurt School.
The ranking features the 150 best universities for delivering work-ready graduates. This is the sixth year of the Global University Employability Ranking has been published. It is based on the feedback of two panels of judges each consisting of several thousand HR managers and CEOs from companies around the world, all with over 500 employees and covering all major business sectors. The panels were asked to recommend up to 15 universities, both within their countries and internationally, where they considered the best graduates to come from in terms of employability.
The full ranking can be accessed on the Times Higher Education Homepage.