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Frankfurt am Main, 19.11.2020 12:00:00

The Times Higher Education Global University Employability Ranking was published on 19 November. For the ranking, human resources managers worldwide nominate the universities, which, in their opinion, best prepare graduates for their career. Frankfurt School reached top positions again and is once more the  best German business school to appear in the ranking, which usually assess full universities. In comparison to the other 17 German universities represented, Frankfurt School is in sixth place. In an international comparison with 250 universities from 43 countries, Frankfurt School is in 78th place, up two places from 2019.

"At Frankfurt School, faculty members, staff and our Career Services are committed to preparing our students for their career steps. We are therefore particularly pleased that HR professionals around the world appreciate this and want to attract our graduates as specialists and managers," says Professor Nils Stieglitz, President of Frankfurt School.

The Times Higher Education Global University Employability Ranking asks several thousand human resources managers from 22 countries which universities produce the best graduates. They may only name universities outside their home country.

The complete ranking can be found here.

Top positions in rankings

In October 2020, the Financial Times Ranking for Executive MBA was published, in which the Frankfurt School is ranked 76th. In June 2020, Frankfurt School's EMBA made it into the top 50 worldwide in The Economist ranking, which is published every two years. In the same month, Frankfurt School achieved second place in Germany and 32nd place worldwide with its Master of Finance in the Financial Times ranking. In September 2020, Frankfurt School achieved 34th place with its Master in Management in the Financial Times ranking worldwide and 29th place in Europe.

In addition to other high positions in current rankings, such as the U-Multirank university ranking, the América Economía magazine ranking, the CHE university ranking, the Wirtschaftswoche and Manager Magazin university ranking, STERN magazine also named the Frankfurt School Germany's best business school for further education in August 2020.