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Frankfurt am Main, 11.09.2023 12:00:00

Today, Financial Times (FT) published its Masters in Management ranking 2023. Frankfurt School’s Master in Management (MiM) programme is ranked 37th globally (38th in 2022) and remains 5th in Germany.

The annual Financial Times ranking covers 100 leading business schools around the world, and evaluates a wide variety of criteria, including career opportunities, diversity, the international orientation of research and teaching as well as ESG factors. The ranking is based, among others, on information provided by graduates who completed their Master in Management programme three years ago.

Great strengths in categories salary, careers service and alumni network

In particular, Frankfurt School’s MiM programme achieves very good results in the categories “Salary”, ranking 17th, and “Careers Service”, ranking 13th in the world. In the newly introduced criterion “Alumni network” Frankfurt School comes in 28th. The full Financial Times Masters in Management ranking can be found here.

Frankfurt School's next Master information events can be found here.

Very good ranking results

The FT Masters in Management Ranking 2023 is the latest renowned ranking this year in which Frankfurt School achieved very good results. Earlier this year, Frankfurt School was one of only five universities in Germany receiving the coveted Certificates of Recognition in the Universum CareerTest survey. In the annual university ranking by WirtschaftsWoche, Frankfurt School ranked 3rd for Business Administration. In the CHE University Ranking 2023/24, the business school achieved numerous top results in the subjects of Business Administration, Economics, Business Informatics and Business Law, and in the FT Global MBA Ranking 2023 Frankfurt School ranked 3rd in Germany and 32nd in Europe.