On 17 October 2021, the Financial Times (FT) published its widely recognised Executive MBA ranking. 100 Executive MBA programmes were analysed from 100 universities worldwide that are accredited by AACSB and EQUIS, among them five programmes from German universities. This year, Frankfurt School’s Executive MBA (EMBA) was ranked in the global top 100 for the 5th year in a row and moved up one position to 4th place in Germany. FS is now ranked 83rd worldwide.
The FT ranking considers a range of career, experience and diversity criteria when ranking programmes. Frankfurt School has performed consistently well on ‘aims achieved’, the extent to which alumni fulfil their goals for doing an EMBA, ranking in the top 40 worldwide for the last four years. In the ‘international student diversity’ category, FS came 17th with 73 per cent, improving by 14 places compared to the previous year.
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The Executive MBA at Frankfurt School is aimed at senior managers with proven leadership experience who want to deepen their management skills, develop their leadership abilities and expand their network across industries and countries. In October 2021, Frankfurt School welcomed 40 new students to the EMBA.