The Financial Times European Business School Ranking, published today, ranked Frankfurt School of Finance & Management 32nd in Europe for 2019 – a rise of four Places from 2018.
Compared to other German universities, the business school has consolidated fourth place. The ranking comprises ninety-five European universities, including seven German business schools. The Financial Times ranking is one of the most respected sources of business education information.
"We are happy about fourth place. This shows that we are on the right track. Our graduates quickly find good jobs after graduation. We also respond to societal and economic developments by addressing cutting-edge issues, such as Artificial Intelligence, in our academic programmes. This is how we continuously apply impact, science and excellence ", explains Professor Dr. Nils Stieglitz, President of the Frankfurt School.
In addition to the income of graduate, the European Business School Ranking also considers aspects such as further education offers, the proportion of professors and the diversity of faculty.