Frankfurt School’s Master in Management (MiM) programme has risen once again in this year’s Financial Times Masters in Management ranking, placing 29th in the world and 25th in Europe. Compared to other business schools around the world, Frankfurt School climbed five places in 2021. In Germany, Frankfurt School’s MiM programme continues to occupy fifth place.
The MiM programme achieved especially good results in the “Salary increase” category (measuring the average difference between a graduate’s salary in their first post-MiM job and their salary three years later), placing 9th in the world, and the “Careers service” category (advisory services for students), placing 6th worldwide. It received an equally positive rating for employability: 94 percent of all MiM graduates found a job within three months of completing the programme (2020: 85 percent).
This year’s ranking covers 100 business schools around the world (2020: 90 business schools), including a total of 80 European institutions. Published annually, it evaluates a wide variety of criteria, including career opportunities, diversity, and the international orientation of research and teaching. The ranking is based in particular on information provided by graduates who completed a Master in Management degree course three years ago.
The next MiM information event will be held on Wednesday 13 October 2021.