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Global MBA Ranking 2018

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Rank in 201894
Rank in 2017-
Rank in 2016-
3 year average rank-
CountryGermany
Audit year2016
Alumni career progress
Salary today (US$)112,794
Weighted salary (US$)112,794
Salary percentage increase54
Value for money rank47
Career progress rank69
Aims achieved (%)87
Careers service rank62
Employed at three months (%)70 (93)
Alumni recommend rank74
Diversity
Female faculty (%)24
Female students (%)40
Women on board (%)12
International faculty (%)30
International students (%)80
International board (%)12
International mobility rank15
International course experience rank40
Languages0
Idea generation
Faculty with doctorates (%)100
PhD graduates No.6 (0)
FT research rank80
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WHU

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 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.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

MBA

Alumni profile

Please note that these statistics are based on the data supplied by those alumni who responded to the survey. Class of 2014.

Strengths and weaknesses

Alumni ratings for different aspects of the programme (average), where 1 = poor and 10 = excellent

International Mobility

Alumni who moved countries following their programme (per cent)

Company internships

Alumni who completed a company internship and received a job offer from the host company (per cent)

Importance of aims when taking an MBA

Alumni importance ratings for different programme aims (average), 1 = not important, 10 = very important

Aims achieved by taking the MBA

Achievement of programme aims (per cent)

Current job title

Alumni job titles three years after graduation (per cent)

Current company size (employees)

Size of company of employment three years after graduation (per cent)

Current sector

Sector of employment three years after graduation (per cent)