In the 2023 Global MBA Ranking published today by the Financial Times (FT), Frankfurt School of Finance & Management is one out of only three German universities who made it into the top 100 list coming in 3rd in Germany. Entering the ranking for the first time, Frankfurt School came in 32nd in Europe and 98th globally. The Business school achieved particularly strong results in the categories ‘Value for money’ (30th place), ‘International mobility’ (10th place) and ‘Employed at three months’ (96 percent).
Professor Nils Stieglitz, Frankfurt School President and CEO: “The inclusion in FT’s Global MBA Ranking is another important milestone for us and again a strong proof that Frankfurt School delivers on its goal to be a top business school in Europe and to translate research excellence into impactful knowledge for practitioners.”
The annual FT Global MBA Ranking is based on the performance of the world’s leading schools in the three main categories ‘Career Progress’, ‘Diversity’ and ‘Research/ESG’. They are again divided into 21 subcategories such as, for example, ‘Salary today’, ‘Career progress’, ‘Careers services’, ‘Female students’, ‘International faculty’, ‘FT research rank’ or ‘ESG and net zero teaching rank’. Further information on the Global MBA Ranking can be found here.
With the inclusion in the FT Global MBA Ranking 2023, Frankfurt School seamlessly continues to show strong results in important national and international university rankings. In June and September 2022, for example, Frankfurt School achieved very good results in two other global FT university rankings, the Master in Finance (27th) and Master in Management (38th) Rankings. In November 2022, the business school achieved a top result in the Eduniversal Ranking, again coming in first in Germany.