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Commitment, self-reliance and the ability to make a decisive contribution to shaping a company right from day one. People with these skills will have a good chance of convincing others in their first job. Apart from the university’s reputation, recruiters are also looking for graduates with project experience, with a bilingual education and who are familiar with the current challenges facing a business sector - and, above all, who can solve these. In this, EBS scores with its strong practice-orientation: EBS students are very well prepared for their future careers, with over 200 partner companies worldwide, integrated internships and consulting field studies, as well as consistent bilingual training. “With our almost 50-year-old, strong alumni and company network, we can involve practitioners in our curriculum from day 1. In this way, we prepare our students for the challenges of a fast changing corporate environment and they can make a flying start after graduation”, Professor Markus Kreutzer, Dean of the EBS Business School points out.
The WirtschaftsWoche Ranking 2018 is based on a survey with over 500 HR specialists from German companies of all sizes, from small companies with ten employees to corporations with more than 1,000 employees. The personnel service provider Universum Global inquired about the most popular graduate recruits in the fields of business administration, economics, industrial engineering, business information technology, mechanical engineering, information technology and natural sciences. The respondents come from all sectors of industry, including banking, the chemical industry, trade or telecommunications.
For further information on the ranking results see the current WirtschaftsWoche article “These are Germany’s best universities”.