The University of Mannheim, Business School is one of the leading Business Schools in Europe. It stands for first-class research, internationality and a distinct practical orientation. Our innovative teaching methods and consistent quality management contribute to the best academic conditions. This is reflected in our successful ranking placements and triple accreditation by AACSB, EFMD (EQUIS) and AMBA.
27,5 percent of Germany’s HR managers think that University of Mannheim business graduates are best equipped for a career in business management. This makes the University of Mannheim Germany’s leading Business School. These results are based on the recent university ranking by the magazine WirtschaftsWoche, a renowned German business magazine.
Mannheim ranks No. 3 in Germany. According to the Wirtschaftswoche, Mannheim Marketingprofessor Christian Homburg is the the most successful economist with regard to lifetime achievements.
Masters in Management ranking by the Financial Times: The Mannheim Master in Management program is Germany's No. 2 and ranked 24th internationally. Mannheim is one of seven German business schools represented in this ranking.
The Financial Times European Business Schools ranking publishes a list based on all FT rankings in the respective year. The Business School of the University of Mannheim placed 24th in Europe (No. 3 in Germany) in 2019.
According to the British business magazine The Economist and its Masters in Management ranking, the Mannheim Master in Management program is ranked 11th and thereby among the leading master’s programs in business administration worldwide.
The Gründungsradar 2018 of the Endowment Association and the Heinz Nixdorf Foundation ranks the University of Mannheim second in the category of medium-sized universities in Germany. The University of Mannheim therefore is one of the most start-up friendly universities in Germany. Besides the very good overall performance, the University of Mannheim especially received top grades in this year’s core field of “founding activities”.
The international research ranking is based on the number of publications in 24 leading business journals. Mannheim is the only German Business School in the top 100 (#97).