On 29 June 2020, the current ranking of The Economist magazine was published. The internationally recognised university ranking evaluates Executive MBA programmes of business schools worldwide. This year, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management took part in the ranking for the first time and came 49th.
The Economist-Ranking is published every two years and evaluates, amongst other things, the quality of teaching and lecturers, career opportunities, networking opportunities and salary development after graduation. In 2020, the business magazine analysed 70 business schools worldwide, six of them in Germany.
"We are very pleased to have made it into the global top 50 in our first participation in The Economist's ranking," said Professor Nils Stieglitz, president of Frankfurt School." This ranking confirms that we offer a high-quality, internationally recognised further qualification for experienced professionals.”
Further information on the ranking can be found here.
The Executive MBA at Frankfurt School is designed for experienced business professionals who aim to deepen their management expertise, boost their leadership skills and expand their network across industries and countries.
The Economist ranking is already the eighth ranking in which Frankfurt School has excelled this year. In June 2020, the Financial Times published the ranking "Global Masters in Finance Pre-Experience", in which the Frankfurt School is ranked 32nd worldwide. The U-Multirank was also published in June 2020, in which Frankfurt School is ranked first out of 511 universities worldwide in the field of economics. 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 were thus able to improve significantly. 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.