The quality management of HHL is based on the schools mission and takes into account the specific culture of a rather small and very personal university. The quality cycle Plan-Do-Check-Act is the foundation for the continuous improvement of the study programs.
HHL is considered one of the leading business schools. The excellence of its programs (M.Sc., MBA, EMBA) has been proven by several rankings, in which the school is frequently ranked among the best.
HHL took part in this advanced and special ranking of Times Higher Education (THE) and Wall Street Journal (WSJ) which scored four essential dimensions of Master in Management programs with extended criteria during an evaluation period of more than one year. HHL’s leading position is primarily based on factors like salary difference, social good or entrepreneurship, and the factor engagement regarding e.g. real-world relevance or interaction between teachers and students. Also, the university environment counted by internationality and diversity. THE and WSJ surveyed the alumni of 2012, 2013 and 2015 in addition to direct information and figures from the faculties.
HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management received continued recognition as a one of the best places for aspiring entrepreneurs in Germany. Occupying the top spot for the previous rankings in 2012, 2013 and 2016, HHL maintained its first-rate rank among the small universities in the Startup Radar ranking published by Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft (Founder’s Association for German Science), which encompasses all German business schools and universities with up to 5,000 students.
Students vote: HHL is Germany’s favorite business school.
(Graduate Barometer 2018, trendence)
The 2018 trendence Graduate Barometer attests to HHL’s leading role in Germany regarding:
The Financial Times ranked HHL’s full-time M.Sc. Program No. 33 worldwide (#5 for career service and #7 for graduate´s salaries worldwide). (Financial Times Global Masters in Management Ranking 2018)
The Financial Times ranking of European business schools assesses the combined performance of Europe’s leading schools out of four FT rankings in 2017: Full-time MBA, Executive MBA, Master in Management and non-degree Executive Education Programms.
HHL reached position 48 in Europe. Besides HHL is rated among the Top 5 business schools in Germany.
In the global Master in Management Ranking by The Economist, which was issued for the first time, HHL came in #6 worldwide. HHL stands out with the second largest post-program salary ($ 67,659/year) as well as the excellent quality of the program. The top ranks in categories such as “Personal development/education experience”, the “HHL Spirit” as well as “Facilities and services provided by the school to its students” are also very remarkable.
For the third time in a row, HHL secured its place in the top 100 global MBA ranking by the Economist. HHL’s full-time MBA program came in 77th place worldwide and ranks in the top 3 in Germany. The school was rated particularly high for its career services – #1 in Germany – and career prospects: it came in second place in Germany for opening new career opportunities, and #26 worldwide for students receiving job offers within 3 months after graduation.
HHL has successfully strengthened its position among the top MBA programs. In it’s most prestigious ranking in Latin-America, the business magazine AméricaEconomía ranked HHL’s MBA Program No. 37 worldwide and Top 3 in Germany.
CNN Expansión has released its 2017 rankings of full-time MBA programs, and HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management is listed #64 worldwide and is again #1 in Germany regarding value for money. Remarkably is the internationality of the MBA class at HHL with the highest number of Latin-American students coming from six different South-American countries.
HHL ranks #14 for the best Executive MBA programs worldwide in the Ivy Exec Ranking 2017.
With an exceptional ROI, HHL’s MBA program lies far ahead of its international competitors. HHL graduates are able to pay off their investment in just three years – significantly faster than the global average. Moreover, 19% of HHL graduates start a business, compared to the global average of 4%. The HHL MBA also excelled in terms of diversity, with 40% women and 28 nationalities. Within Europe, HHL was ranked #27 of 74 in terms of Entrepreneurship and Alumni Outcomes.