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HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management
HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management
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Masters in Management 2011

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Rankings at a glance
Current rank1919
Rank in 2010[1]38
Rank in 2009[1]-
Average of rank over 3 years[1]-
CountryGermany
Programme nameMSc in Management
Alumni career progress
Salary today (US$)3,96982,572
Weighted salary (US$)3,96982,572
Value for money rank20
Careers rank1648
Aims achieved (%)292
Placement success rank8
Employed at three months (%)[2]2693 (100)
School diversity
Women faculty (%)432
Women students (%)828
Women board (%)00
International faculty (%)25
International students (%)68
International board (%)00
International experience & research
International mobility rank361
International course experience rank624
Languages12
Faculty with doctorates (%)2864
Additional notes
Course fee (local currency)€ 22500
Course length (months)018
Number enrolled40
Relevant degreeYes
Company internships (%)494
Footnotes

1. These data are for information only and do not form part of the ranking.

2. The figure in brackets shows the percentage of the class for which the school was able to provide employment data.