The Master in Management programme of Frankfurt School of Finance & Management has risen by 13 places in the Financial Times Master in Management ranking of the 100 best programmes and is now ranked #28 worldwide. Among the German business schools the programme is placed third. The highly competitive ranking is recognised as one of the most trustworthy sources of information on business education worldwide.
Frankfurt School was particularly successful in the following categories: “Career Services”, listed 3rd worldwide, and “Salary” placed #9.
Professor Dr Nils Stieglitz, President of Frankfurt School, applauds the good results: “The effort we have put into our Master in Management during the past years has paid off. The programme is better, more relevant and more international than ever. Seeing this big jump in the ranking is an acknowledgement and an incentive at the same time.“
Frankfurt School’s Master in Management programme combines a hands-on learning approach and international opportunities with an extensive network of partner universities and companies worldwide. Guest lectures from consulting and finance executives, case studies and practical projects promote thorough theoretical knowledge as well as practical relevance. A flexible time model unique in Germany, allows part-time employment alongside full-time study so students can gain valuable industry experience.
Further information on Frankfurt School’s Master in Management is available here.
For the complete ranking and methodology visit the Financial Times homepage.