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Mannheim Business School (MBS) is the leading institution for management education in Germany – this has again been confirmed by the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2018. Among the world’s 100 best business schools, MBS is ranked in the 61st position and reached a global 4th position in the category ‘international mobility’.

2017 was a remarkable year for Mannheim Business School (MBS): the international MBA ranking of the US magazine Bloomberg Businessweek has now confirmed the Financial Times, the Economist and Forbes ranking results published throughout the year. For the first time, Mannheim is not only consistently the number one MBA program of all German-speaking countries in the four major international rankings, but is also always among the top 20 in Europe and the top 60 worldwide.

In the European Business School Ranking of the Financial Times published today, Mannheim is ranked #1 in Germany and #15 overall.

The leading German business school opens a state-of-the-art campus in the former coal cellar of the second-largest baroque palace in Europe. This building will promote the further growth of the umbrella organization for management education at the University of Mannheim.

Great distinction for Mannheim MBA participant: Thaddäus Velz, now a member of our Mannheim Part-Time MBA Class of 2019, was awarded one of only six scholarships provided by AMBA commemorating the organization’s 50th Anniversary celebrations.

Mannheim is the first business school in the German-speaking countries to have two programs in the top 50 of the Financial Times Executive MBA Ranking published today.


Located in the heart of the German and European economy, Mannheim Business School (MBS), the umbrella organization for management education at the University of Mannheim, is considered to be one of the leading institutions of its kind in Germany and is continuously ranked as Germany’s #1.