At the end of September, QS World University Rankings published the Global MBA Ranking for 2020. The survey analyses feedback from both graduate employers and from 240 business schools around the world to assess five key indicators including: the employability of graduates, the school’s reputation with employers and the return on investment. The QS World University Ranking is an important international ranking that many applicants use as a point of reference.
In this year’s ranking, The Frankfurt MBA ranks second among the 5 German universities included. In Europe, Frankfurt School ranks 17th out of 64 schools and has improved by two places compared to last year’s ranking. In terms of employability for graduates and value for money, Frankfurt School's MBA programmes ranked significantly above the global average of other MBA programmes.
"We are proud that our MBA programme ranks among the best in Germany and Europe," says Prof. Dr. Nils Stieglitz, President of Frankfurt School. "Especially the good employability underlines our key value proposition: to prepare graduates for top positions".