There are some 10,000 business schools worldwide. Only the very best make it into the international MBA rankings. Mannheim Business School has firmly established itself as one of these elite schools and is among the top 75 in every single one of the major rankings.
Considering accreditation, MBS has been the first business school in the German-speaking region to attain the "Triple Crown". Please find more information below.
#1 in Germany // #9 in the European Union
#1 in Germany // #9 overall
#1 in Germany // #5 in Europe // #25 worldwide
#1 in Germany // #39 worldwide
Top 75 in all international business school rankings
Best German MBA program and Top 10 in the European Union in the global MBA rankings of Financial Times, The Economist, Forbes, and QS
Second-largest leap forward of all non-US business schools in Poets&Quants’ ranking of the best international MBA programs of the last decade (2020)
Top 50 Position worldwide for 14 years in a row in the Economist MBA ranking (2022) and for 15 years in a row in the Financial Times Executive MBA ranking (2021)
#4 in Europe in the Bloomberg Businessweek International MBA Ranking (2017) in the category 'learning'
Best return on investment (ROI) worldwide in the QS Global MBA Ranking (2021/2022)
The two best German business professors (Professor Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Christian Homburg and Professor Dr. Dr. h.c. Martin Weber) according to the Handelsblatt research ranking are members of the Mannheim faculty
Among the top 10 in the Financial Times Masters in Management ranking (2019) in Economics (#1), Marketing (#2) and Finance (#8)
#9 in the International (Non U.S.) MBA Ranking (September 2019)
#16 in the European MBA Ranking (September 2021)
In 2008, Mannheim Business School became the first institution in the German-speaking region to attain the 'Triple Crown' – a rare honor in the field. Fewer than 1% of the estimated 10,000 business schools worldwide have accreditations from AACSB International, EQUIS and AMBA, the three leading international business school accreditation associations. Each of these three organizations has different focal points in their assessment procedures, but they all have one thing in common: Any school that successfully emerges from their stringent and comprehensive accreditation process can assert with the utmost confidence that it is among the very best institutions for management education in the world. As all of the accreditations are only granted for a certain period of time, they represent a strong and perpetual incentive to ensure continuous quality management.
Mannheim Business School is certified by evalag (Evaluationsagentur Baden-Württemberg) according to Section 33 (2) LHG (university law of the state of Baden-Württemberg).