Top Ranked Business Schools in Germany
German-speaking Europe — Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, along with parts of Switzerland, Belgium and Luxembourg — is home to a number of world-class business schools, as well as to international schools that have opened campuses there. Here are a list of 10 business schools in the region that are ranked by international publications.
Established in 2002, Berlin’s ESMT has quickly made a place for itself among business schools in Germany. Its full-time MBA program is ranked by both the Economist and the Financial Times; its EMBA program is also ranked in the Financial Times.
Mannheim is one of the only business schools in Germany to be triple-accredited. Its full-time MBA program is ranked in the Financial Times as well as the Economist; its EMBA program and Master in Management programs are featured in the respective rankings from the Financial Times.
The school’s full-time MBA program is ranked in the Economist; both its EMBA and Master in Management programs are ranked by the Financial Times.
The schools Master in Management program is ranked highly by the Financial Times; in terms of MBA programs, its full- and part-time offerings are well-regarded in the region.
With a campus in Berlin, the school’s Financial Times-ranked EMBA program attracts students from across the DACH region. ESCP is one of two schools in Germany that are triple-accredited.
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
The Frankfurt School’s Master in Finance program is ranked in the Financial Times. With its recently-launched full-time MBA program, it’s looking to expand its footprint in Germany and the rest of the region.