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WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management
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European Business School Rankings 2014

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Rankings at a glance
Rank 201434
Rank 2013021
Rank 2012-
3 year average rank-
CountryGermany
MBA 2014
Full time MBA 2014-
MBA Salary today ($)-
MBA Salary increase (%)-
Executive MBA 2014
Executive MBA 2014[1]>11**[2]
EMBA Salary today ($)#[1]176,998
EMBA Salary increase (%)#[1]57
Masters in Management 2014
Masters in Management 2014[3]4
Masters in Management salary today ($)3,10293,948
Executive Education 2014
Open programmes - Executive Education 2014-
Custom programmes - Executive Education 2014-
Faculty
Female Faculty (%)[4]119
International Faculty (%)[4]321
Faculty with doctorate (%)[4]0100

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WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management is an internationally oriented and mainly privately financed Business School based in Vallendar and Duesseldorf, Germany. Founded in 1984, WHU is now one of the most renowned German Business Schools with an exceptional national and international reputation. WHU stands for “Excellence in Management Education” and pursues this goal in its three core areas of activity: academic programs, research, and transfer in the field of general management. This excellent standard has been certified by accreditations from AACSB, EQUIS and FIBAA as well as through leading positions in national and international rankings. In addition, WHU is the only private business school in Germany which is a member of the German Research Association (DFG). WHU students profit from a large network of partner universities, companies and alumni.

WHU at a Glance

WHU

Footnotes

1. # Figure in brackets refers to data from second programme for schools with more than one programme ranked.

2. ** WHU/ Kellogg

3. † The Cems programme was ranked fifth in the Masters in Management 2014 rankings, but it has not been included in the European Business Schools 2014 ranking as it is a programme and not a school.

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