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FS Campus in the evening hours from drone perspective

Frankfurt am Main, 10.12.2021 12:00:00

Frankfurt School continues its course for success. The business school already holds top positions in the recently published Financial Times European Business School Ranking and in the THE Global Employability University Ranking. Now it has been ranked number one in Germany in the current Eduniversal Ranking. The Eduniversal Ranking lists the 1,000 best business schools worldwide, among them 36 universities in Germany. Frankfurt School has received the maximum rating of five palms, making it a universal Business School with strong global influence.

For the Eduniversal Ranking, an international scientific committee - made up of Eduniversal executive members and independent experts in global higher education - selects the best business schools from over 154 countries. Quantitative criteria - such as the number of students - and qualitative criteria - such as the number of graduate academic institutions in the country - are used in the evaluation. Subsequently, the world's best 1,000 business schools are divided by country and given a rating of up to five palms. This evaluation is based on internationalisation criteria such as accreditations, major rankings, memberships in academic or professional associations or partnerships. In a third step, the deans of the best national business schools give their recommendation for one of the universities.

Further information on the Eduniversal Ranking 2021 is available here.

Top positions in rankings

In the Financial Times' European Business School Ranking 2021, published at the beginning of December, Frankfurt School is ranked 24th, making it one of the top 25 business schools in Europe. In November 2021, Frankfurt School was rated the best German business school in the Times Higher Education Global University Employability Ranking. In October 2021, the Financial Times Ranking for Executive MBA was published, in which Frankfurt School is ranked 4th in Germany. In June, Frankfurt School achieved second place in Germany and 31st place globally with its Master of Finance in the Financial Times ranking. In September 2021, Frankfurt School achieved 29th place worldwide with its Master in Management in the Financial Times ranking.

Further excellent ranking results include the Economist’s global Master's in Management Business School ranking with Frankfurt School reaching 33rd place, the ShanghaiRanking World University Ranking for Finance rating Frankfurt School the best private business school for finance in a Germany and in May, Frankfurt School came fifth in the Wirtschaftswoche university ranking of all German universities for business administration, making it the best private business university in Germany.