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 already achieved 2nd place in Germany and 4th place in Europe for its graduates’ salaries in the world’s leading “Masters in Management” ranking by the Financial Times (FT) this year. Nevertheless, position #2 worlwide in THE ranking is a great achievement. Dean prof. Dr. Stephan Stubner praised the detailed approach by THE and WSJ, which shows the unique qualities of the examined business schools.
“We owe this excellent position to our graduates who continue to benefit from the strong entrepreneurial spirit at HHL and the close international alumni network. We are proud to be recognized for our great mix of expert knowledge, practical skills and international experience. HHL’s unique M.Sc. program will be a crucial step for tomorrow’s executives and entrepreneurs; this is mirrored in the four dimensions of ‘THE ranking’.”
German universities are now the second most represented nation after the US in all rankings of THE and WSJ. THE produces data-driven reports throughout the year, in addition to their official World University Rankings portfolio. HHL has been featured within a unique and nuanced set of performance data from business schools around the world – based on metrics pioneered in the WSJ/THE US College Rankings, which are designed to explore teaching excellence and the student experience. The reports include a range of data tables, visualisations and reflective expert analysis – drawing rich expert insights into the characteristics of different institutions and courses, data insights at the subject level, as well as exploring and comparing institutions across a range of business programmes. THE received more than 23,300 alumni responses to their survey, while 134 business schools participated, of which 114 have been eligible for inclusion.
The Master in Management Program (M.Sc.) of the HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management provides a foundation for future management tasks and covers a wide variety of economic topics. Building on a Bachelor’s degree in economics, HHL attaches particular importance to teaching soft skills. Courses such as Problem Solving & Communication, Negotiation or International Management Competencies represent an inherent part of the training. In addition to a term abroad at one of over 130 universities partnered with HHL, the curriculum of the program also encompasses an internship. Excellent business contacts as well as a professional Career Service provide top career opportunities for alumni. The program offers a full-time as well as part-time option.
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The Master-in Management-List is available on the THE website after free registration:
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