The Economist ranks Masters in Management (MiM)

The Economist has ranked Masters in Management offers. Contrary to the high-profile MBA rankings some lesser known business schools are finding fame in this ranking with French and German business schools shining in particular.

The top three schools were HEC School of Management in France, the University of Virginia in the US and German business school WHU. French Essec Business School, the Swiss based University of St. Gallen and German HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management, took out the following spots followed by Cranfield School of Management in the UK and the University of Mannheim in Germany. The Masters in International Management course delivered by the global CEMS Alliance of 30 elite schools was ranked ninth in the world by The Economist. The high number of German schools placing in top spots is a noteworthy result of the ranking which includes the world’s top 40 Masters in Management programmes based on a range of academic, cultural and career criteria.

The Economist, which has long ranked MBA programmes, has explained its move to also survey the pre-experience Masters in Management courses (average work experience of students limited to one year), due to their growing popularity worldwide.

Masters in Management 2017 Ranking:

1 HEC School of Management, France

2 University of Virginia, United States

3 WHU, Germany

4 ESSEC Business School, France

5 University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

6 HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management, Germany

7 Cranfield School of Management, Great Britain

8 University of Mannheim, Germany

9 CEMS Multi-school consortium

10 ESADE Business School, Spain

Read more on Economist

Barbara Barkhausen
Picture: HEC School of Management

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