Jumping up 19 ranks, HHL - Leipzig Graduate School of Management has reached 19th place in the world's leading "Masters in Management" ranking conducted by Financial Times (FT). HHL's Master Program in Management (M.Sc.) was only listed for the second time ever and has already scored 3rd place in Germany and 19th place internationally, outpacing a large number of well-renowned schools. The ranking certifies the oldest business school in German-speaking Europe with a top rank for its M.Sc. program with regard to the salaries obtained by its alumni (4th place internationally).
The FT "Masters in Management" ranking covering 65 business schools is considered one of the world's most extensive and significant high score tables for Master programs focusing on General Management.
The ranking uses data from two surveys. One questions the university alumni who graduated three years ago about their current situation. The other collects data at the schools themselves. Assessment criteria for the ranking are among other things salary and career figures as well as internationality and the structure of the school or program.
HHL Dean Professor Andreas Pinkwart says: "We are beyond thrilled about the significant leap forward which we have managed to achieve within the most significant international ranking for Master programs. We regard today's position among the top twenty Master programs in Management worldwide as an incentive to aim for the top 10 in Europe in the next few years."
M.Sc. alumnus Christoph Tegeler (29) says: "The M.Sc. program at HHL not only trained me for working at a bank but also prepared me for the tasks in an international environment in an excellent manner. I found the internationality of the program and the high proportion of students from abroad to be particularly beneficial as they made my time at HHL a 'case study' for my future professional life." Mr. Tegeler, who presently works for Deutsche Bank in London continues: "The terrific score achieved by HHL in the ranking makes me glad as it will further increase HHL's awareness level, especially outside Germany."
Wenin Lu-Bouchard (29), born in China, working for Deutsche Post DHL in Bonn today, says: "The Master program at HHL taught me just the right mix of theoretical skills and practical experience. HHL's excellent reputation and the school's outstanding network opened many doors for me leading to some magnificent international career opportunities. I particularly appreciate the close connection with the professors of this business school. Even after my graduation I could contact them for coachings and advice."
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The Master Program in Management (M.Sc.) at HHL
HHL's English-language Master Program in Management (M.Sc.) covers a broad scope of economic topics and builds 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. The 21 to 24-month program offers eight fields of specialization, i. e. Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Entrepreneurship, Advanced Economics and Advanced General Management. By choosing four electives the students can set a topical focus for the career to which they are aspiring. In addition to a term abroad at one of over 100 universities partnered with HHL, the curriculum of this 21 to 24-month program also encompasses an internship. Excellent business contacts as well as a professional Career Service provide top career opportunities for the alumni. Further information: www.hhl.de/msc
HHL - Leipzig Graduate School of Management
HHL is a university-level institution and ranks amongst the leading international business schools. The goal of the oldest business school in German-speaking Europe is to educate effective, responsible and entrepreneurially minded leaders. In addition to HHL's international focus the combination of theory and practice plays a key role. HHL stands out for its excellent teaching, its clear research focus, its effective knowledge transfer into practice as well as its outstanding student services. Further information: www.hhl.de
Handelshochschule Leipzig gGmbH
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