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Frankfurt am Main, 26.10.2020 12:00:00


On 26 October Financial Times (FT) 2020 Executive MBA ranking was published. Frankfurt School of Finance & Management’s Executive MBA (EMBA) ranked 76th, an improvement of four places amongst the world’s best universities (2019: 80th place).

In the "Aims Achieved" category which measures the extent to which alumni have fulfilled their goals or reasons for pursuing an EMBA, Frankfurt School was in 8th place worldwide and has thus improved its position by 12 places on the previous year (2019: 20th place). Frankfurt School has also strengthened its position in the "Work Experience" category, achieving 45th place in this year's ranking (2019: 60th place). In addition, Frankfurt School has improved in the "Salary Increase" category: for 2020, it ranked 68th among the best universities globally (2019: 78th place).

"We are proud that we are constantly improving from year to year in the worldwide comparison of the FT ranking," says Professor Nils Stieglitz, President of Frankfurt School. "Especially the 'Aims achieved' and 'Salary Increase' placings confirm that our EMBA programme offers experienced students a challenging further education and thus new career opportunities."

The Financial Times ranking is published annually. It analyses Executive MBA programmes from over 100 universities worldwide that are accredited by AACSB or EQUIS.

The Executive MBA at Frankfurt School is aimed at specialists and managers who want to deepen their management skills, develop their leadership abilities and expand their network across industries and countries. In October 2020, Frankfurt School welcomed 46 new students to the EMBA.

Very good rankings

In June 2020, Frankfurt School's EMBA made it into the top 50 worldwide in The Economist ranking, which is published every two years. In the same month, Frankfurt School achieved second place in Germany and 32nd place worldwide with its Master of Finance in the Financial Times ranking. In September 2020, Frankfurt School achieved 34th place with its Master in Management in the Financial Times ranking worldwide and 29th place in Europe.

In addition to other high positions in current rankings, such as the U-Multirank university ranking, the América Economía magazine ranking, the CHE university ranking, the Wirtschaftswoche and Manager Magazin university ranking, STERN magazine also named the Frankfurt School Germany's best business school for further education in August 2020.