Financial Times Global MBA Ranking: Mannheim Continues To Be #1 in the German-Speaking Region

Mannheim Business School (MBS) is the leading institution for management education in the German-speaking region – this has again been confirmed by the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2017. Among the world’s 100 best business schools, MBS is ranked in the 54th position. This is the second best result since its first listing in 2013.

MBS General MBA Programs Montag, 30. Januar, 2017

The Financial Times Ranking is considered an important factor for aspiring MBA students worldwide when it comes to choosing an MBA program. The ranking is based on the career data and satisfaction level of MBA alumni three years after graduation, as well as on key figures and the research performance of the respective business schools.

Mannheim Business School did particularly well with global top 5 positions in the categories ‘aims achieved’, ‘international mobility’, and ‘employed at three months’, the percentage of the most recent graduating class who had found employment within three months of completing their studies. While ‘aims achieved’ measures the extent to which alumni fulfilled their stated goals and is an important indicator for their satisfaction, a good result in the other two categories confirms the success of graduates on the job market.

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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.