For the second time in a row, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management has improved its position in the Times Higher Education Global University Employability Ranking. The business school is ranked 64 out of 150 universities worldwide in the 2017 edition of the ranking, up 3 places from last year and again number 6 in Germany. Frankfurt School is the only German business school in a ranking dominated by large comprehensive universities. The US universities CalTech, Harvard and Columbia lead the global ranking. The five highest ranked German universities are Technical University of Munich, LMU Munich, Goethe University Frankfurt, Heidelberg University and Humboldt University of Berlin.
Professor Dr Udo Steffens, president of Frankfurt School, is pleased with the results of the new THE University Global Employability Ranking. “HR professionals all over the world have confirmed again that Frankfurt School graduates are highly sought after. Our good position shows the successful work of our students, faculty and career services.”
The ranking features the 150 best universities for delivering graduates ready for the work-place. This is the sixth year the Global University Employability Ranking has been published. It is based on the feedback of two panels of judges, consisting of 2,500 recruitment managers in 22 countries and 3,500 international managers from companies around the world – a majority of these with more than 5,000 employees and more than 50 recruited graduates per year, 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.