The renowned British magazine “The Economist” lists the Mannheim Master in Management on rank 10 in the current international Masters-in-Management (MiM) ranking. Thus, it is among the best master's programs in business administration worldwide. In the last ranking of 2019, it was still ranked 11th, and this time the MMM climbs into the top 10. The ranking is based on a survey of graduates of the program and highlights the high level of contentment among students who successfully completed the renowned master's program to the end.
To participate in the MiM ranking, the master's program must fulfill a broad set of criteria. Among other things, a master's program must have up to 50% English as the language of teaching, be accredited by AACSB or EQUIS, and be aimed at applicants with little or no work experience. It must also have an international standing, with a good proportion of international students.
The Mannheim Master in Management fulfills all of these criteria through its excellent placement and has also proven itself once again with particular success under the difficult conditions during the time of the pandemic.