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EBS Business School again with top position in Financial Times Ranking 2016

12 September 2016 | By: Pressestelle EBS Universität

The Business School of EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht is ranked 12th in the current Financial Times Master in Management Ranking 2016. In Germany, EBS assures its second rank. With that, the Ranking of the renowned international business newspaper proves the high quality of the EBS Master program (MSc in Management) for the third time in a row.

EBS is able to win especially when it comes to the average annual salary its graduates achieve three years after their graduation: With a salary of 82,633 US Dollar (around 73,270 Euros), EBS graduates are positioned among the Top 10 worldwide. Moreover, the quality of the Career Service Center satisfies the graduates (EBS is ranked 7th worldwide). Prof. Sebastian Heese, Dean of the Business School, considers the management education on EBS to be approved by means of the Ranking: “The new strategic direction of our University aims for equipping the decision makers of tomorrow with the necessary competencies and capabilities that they need in times of growing uncertainty. The current Financial Times Ranking shows that with this approach we are in line with the requirements of the economy.” CEO Holger Follmann takes the result as evidence that EBS is still able to convince as an excellent educational institution: “The Ranking underlines the high appeal of our Master’s graduates for the national and international labor market. Hence, the exceptional EBS network of alumni and partners is growing from day to day.” EBS is partner of over 200 notable companies and institutions. Around 3700 members from over 30 countries are engaged in the alumni association EBS Alumni e.V..

About the Ranking

The Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking rates Master’s programs for students without considerable business experience. The Ranking includes the 90 best rated universities in the world. Both an international accreditation of the business school as well as a program, which runs for at least five years, are presupposed. For the survey of the necessary ranking data, universities and graduates of the programs reply to comprehensive questionnaires.

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