In this year’s Financial Times Masters in Management ranking Frankfurt School’s Master in Management (MiM) programme is ranked 38th globally (29th in 2021) and remains 5th in Germany. The annual Financial Times ranking covers 100 business schools around the world, and 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 their Master in Management programme three years ago.
Reflecting Frankfurt School’s diversity and internationality goals, the business school’s MiM ranking jumped several places in the “School Diversity” and “Internationality” categories. In particular, in the “Share of Female Students” category, Frankfurt School went up to 23rd place globally with 55 percent female students (last year 46 percent) and also improved in“Women on Board” with a 10 percent increase compared to the 2021 ranking. In addition to that, Frankfurt School’s proportion of international students increased to 55 percent (last year 43 percent). The Frankfurt School MiM programme also achieved very good results in “Salary” and “Careers Service Rank” (advisory services for students), ranking 14th in the world in both categories.
The next MiM online information event will be held on 11th October 2022.