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Frankfurt, 15.06.2020 12:00:00

On 15 June 2020, the Financial Times (FT) published its latest ranking "Global Masters in Finance Pre-Experience". The Master of Finance (MSc) programme offered by Frankfurt School of Finance & Management is ranked #32. Therefore the business school has maintained its position among the world's top universities (2018: #31st) and ranks #2 among German universities. Frankfurt School is now ranked #20 worldwide in both the "salary " and "career services" categories.

The FT ranking is published annually (with the exception of 2019) and evaluates, among other things, career opportunities, diversity and the international orientation of research and teaching. In the new category "overall alumni satisfaction", which was added this year, Frankfurt School also scores excellent with 8.9 out of a possible 10 points. The ranking, in which business schools from all over the world take part, is based in particular on information from graduates who have completed a Master of Finance degree three years prior.

Further information on the FT ranking can be found here and an FT-interview with Dr Julia Knobbe, Program Director Master of Finance, here.

Excelling in rankings

The Financial Times (FT) ranking "Global Masters in Finance Pre-Experience" is already the seventh ranking in which Frankfurt School has excelled this year. In June 2020, the internationally recognised U-Multirank 2020 university ranking was published, in which Frankfurt School was twice voted among the top 25 universities worldwide. Also in June, the magazine América Economía evaluated Frankfurt School's MBA programmes and ranked it #47 among international business schools. In mid-May, the Financial Times (FT) ranked Frankfurt School's Executive and Professional Education programmes among the top 50 worldwide. At the beginning of May 2020, CHE University Ranking (Centre for Higher Education Development) 2020/21 was published. The bachelor programmes at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management make the top tier in eleven out of twelve categories and making a significant improvement. In April 2020, Frankfurt School reached fifth place in the business-administration-studies section of business magazine Wirtschaftswoche’s annual German university ranking, four places higher than 2019 making Frankfurt School the best private business school in Germany. In March 2020, Manager-Magazin also named Frankfurt School the best university for auditors.

About the FS-Master in Finance

The Master of Finance was the first Master's degree offered by Frankfurt School and to this day it remains the largest master programme. It is a member of the CFA® University Affiliation Program, Academic Partner of the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) and since May 2018 also an Academic Partner of the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst Association® (CAIA).