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Mannheim Business School
L 5,6
D-68131 Mannheim

European Business School Rankings 2018

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Rankings at a glance
Rank 201818
Rank 2017015
Rank 201619
3-year average rank17
MBA 2018
Full time MBA 201816
MBA salary today ($)4,431118,260
MBA salary increase (%)568
Executive MBA 2018
Executive MBA 2018[1](23)** (25)
EMBA salary today ($)[1]161,349 (197,454)
EMBA salary increase (%)[1]49 (42)
Master in Management 2018
Masters in Management 201813
Masters in Management salary today ($)4,05389,425
Masters in Management salary increase (%) †49
Executive Education 2018
Open programmes - Executive Education 2018-
Custom programmes - Executive Education 201816
Female faculty (%)[2]35
International faculty (%)[2]28
Faculty with doctorate (%)[2]085

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Located in the heart of the German and European economy, Mannheim Business School is constantly ranked #1 in Germany. It offers a coherent, strategic framework for lifelong management education including undergraduate, graduate, and executive education. Excellence in research and teaching, internationality in all areas and a vast corporate network are the success factors of the ‘Mannheim Concept’.

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1. # Figure in brackets refers to data from additional joint-programmes for schools with more than one ranked programme.

2. ‡ Data are provided for information only. Most recently published data are given.