The University of Mannheim Business School is one of the leading Business Schools in Europe. It unites first-class research, internationality and a distinct orientation towards corporate practice. 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.
QS World University Ranking by Subject 2022: This year's QS Topuniversities “Ranking by Subject” ranks the University of Mannheim in the subject “Business & Management Studies” as No. 1 in Germany.
In the Times Higher Education World University Ranking 2023 by subject: business and economics, Mannheim is Germany's No.2, and #41 worldwide.
Mannheim ranks No. 7 in the German-speaking countries. According to the Wirtschaftswoche, Mannheim Marketingprofessor Christian Homburg is the the most successful researcher in business administration with regard to lifetime achievements, Mannheim Seniorprofessor Martin Weber holds rank 2.
In the worldwide Masters in Management Ranking by Times Higher Education, Mannheim is ranked #6 with its Mannheim Master in Management.
Masters in Management ranking by the Financial Times: The Mannheim Master in Management program is Germany's No. 3 and ranked 24th internationally. Mannheim is one of six 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 ranks 21st in Europe (No. 3 in Germany) in 2022.
The University of Mannheim Business School received excellent results in the CHE-Ranking, published in the magazine “ZEIT-Studienführer 2023/
In the current CHE Master Ranking, the Mannheim Master in Management ranks among the leaders in all eight categories. Alongside two other German business master programs, it avchieves the highest possible number of top ratings.
QS Business Masters Ranking, Management, 2022: Mannheim holds #24 worldwide and is Germany's #3.
According to the British business magazine The Economist and its Masters in Management ranking, the Mannheim Master in Management program is ranked #10 and thereby among the leading master’s programs in business administration worldwide.
The Business School is structured into seven areas, which cover almost all fields of research and teaching in business administration. Learn more about the areas and the corresponding chairs of our Business School.