Frankfurt School of Finance & Management has been listed number three amongst all German business schools in the Financial Times European Business School Ranking 2017 coming from position 6 one year ago. Altogether, there are currently seven German schools listed. In the overall ranking, competing against 94 other universities, Frankfurt School has achieved position 35.
The ranking is based on the combined performance of Europe´s leading business schools across the main programme rankings released in 2017. This includes the MBA, Executive MBA, Master in Management as well as executive education programmes.
Listed in the ranking for the third time, Frankfurt School is the fastest rising institution gaining 20 places this year alone and 25 places since first entering the ranking two years ago. Frankfurt School is particularly successful due to a strong performance in the Master in Management ranking. In September, the business school has been ranked 41 worldwide as the highest new entrant. The hands-on learning approach and international opportunities within an extensive network of cooperating companies and universities worldwide are key elements supporting the excellent result.
The Financial Times European Business School Ranking is an increasingly competitive ranking which grows in size every year. 95 schools are listed in 2017.
Further information on Frankfurt School’s Programmes is available here.
For the complete ranking and methodology visit the Financial Times homepage.