Frankfurt School of Finance & Management ranks #36 in Europe and #4 in Germany, according to the latest Financial Times European Business School Ranking. Only seven German Business Schools reached the list of the 95 best Business Schools in Europe. The Financial Times Ranking belongs to the most prestigious sources of information when it comes to business education. After Frankfurt School´s Master in Management programme already climbed 13 places, now ranking 28 worldwide in September, Professor Dr Nils Stieglitz, President of Frankfurt School, sees the business school´s efforts rewarded to rise to the top group of European business schools:
“Our performance in Germany as well as in Europe is very good. The European Business School Ranking of the Financial Times shows, that our efforts are worthwhile. We prepare future leaders in the financial and economic hub of continental Europe to take on responsibility, to have an impact on the increasingly digitised business world on the grounds of science and excellence. These qualities win more and more recognition.”
The European Business School Ranking considers factors like graduates´ income as well as aspects of further education, faculty gender and internationality.
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The entire Ranking and Information on the methodology: