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The success story continues: In 2023, the WirtschaftsWoche university ranking once again honors Munich Business School as the most popular private university of applied sciences in the field of business administration among recruiters. This is the fourth time in a row that the university has taken the top position.
Munich Business School achieved predominantly above-average scores in various categories in the multidimensional CHE University Ranking for 2023/24. Both student responses and factual analysis highlighted aspects such as the support for new students, the contact with professional practice, the use of digital teaching elements and the practical orientation of teaching as particularly positive.
In its annual MBA rankings, CEO Magazine highlights the best business schools worldwide and helps prospective students with their choice of program. Making its first appearance in the rankings in 2023, Munich Business School has immediately become one of only four business schools in Germany in the top tier of MBA providers.
For many young adults, the ability to study at a private university is reserved for those from high-income households due to the high costs of tuition. By cooperating with Brain Capital and launching an education fund, Munich Business School aims to give a larger target group access to private studies.
The Stifterverband’s Gründungsradar ranking examines the promotion of entrepreneurship at German universities. In the current 2022 edition, Munich Business School ranks a strong twelfth among small universities, making it the best Bavarian university of applied sciences of this size.
The graduates of Munich Business School are highly valued young professionals on the job market. This is confirmed by the WirtschaftsWoche University Ranking 2022, in which Munich Business School remains number one among private universities of applied sciences in the field of business administration for the third year in a row. In an overall comparison with public universities of applied sciences in this field, it ranks third in Germany .
Munich Business School is part of the Impact for Future initiative, which recently received government funding and seeks to anchor the topics of impact and social responsibility in the university landscape over the next four years.
By publishing the MBS Impact Report 2021, Munich Business School is for the first time publicly displaying its commitment to social responsibility. The report documents university activities in the areas of social equity, environmental protection and economic viability. Regular updates are set to follow in the future.
The new MBS Boost Option enables MBA students and Executive Education course participants at Munich Business School to deepen their knowledge by completing the Professional Development Programs offered by the Division of Continuing Education at Harvard University.
The current university ranking U-Multirank, published on September 21, 2021, awards Munich Business School (MBS) as in previous years top marks in an international comparison of universities. In the categories Teaching & Learning and International Orientation as well as in the subcategories Professional Publications and Graduate Companies, MBS is among the top group in each case. For the sixth time in a row, the university is also among the “Global Top 25 Performers” in terms of student mobility.
On September 28, Munich Business School will launch the newly designed extra-occupational Digital Sports Business Manager course to actively support the sporting goods industry on its path to digital transformation. The further education program is offered in cooperation with the Bundesverband der Deutschen Sportartikel-Industrie e.V. (BSI), the sporting goods magazine SAZsport and the consulting firm The Retail Performance Company.
The graduates of Munich Business School are highly valued young professionals on the job market. This is confirmed by the WirtschaftsWoche University Ranking 2021, in which MBS ranks third in the category of German universities of applied sciences in the field of business administration, thus defending its distinction as Germany’s best private business school from the previous year.
Global-mindedness and treating others with respect have always been central values of Munich Business School. Until now, these values have primarily served to address and communicate with our target audience: our students. However, by signing the German Diversity Charter (Charta der Vielfalt) , Munich Business School has now given a clear sign of its commitment to diversity and tolerance in the world of work.
Munich Business School is the first German university to switch completely to the sustainable search engine Ecosia. By installing Ecosia as the default search engine on all computers at the business school, the university will plant thousands of new trees worldwide each year.
Munich Business School celebrates its 30th anniversary this year with a wide range of online events. The central element of the anniversary activities are public speaker events with company representatives from Bosch, Telefónica, Microsoft and the Otto Group on forward-looking topics in the world of work.
After Nathalie von Seyfried’s resignation, the successor for the position of Chancellor at Munich Business School has now been determined. Dr. Christine Menges will complete the university’s management team as of March 1, 2021.
In the recently published CHE Master Ranking, MBS master’s students are very satisfied with the general study situation and rate Munich Business School with an overall grade of 1.5, making MBS once again one of the best universities of applied sciences in Germany and enabling it to further improve its 2017 results.
After a total of ten years in various positions at MBS, Nathalie von Seyfried says farewell to the higher education landscape: At the end of October, the Chancellor of Munich Business School will resign from her position at her own request in order to focus on a new challenge.
In addition to Rita Niedermayr, the MBS Advisory Board receives further growth and is now also supported by Anna Kopp, IT Director Germany and Regional Office Lead Munich HQ at Microsoft GmbH as well as Board Member of the Microsoft Women’s Network Germany since September 1, 2020.
The Managing Director of the Controller Insitut in Vienna, Dr. Rita Niedermayr, will join the Advisory Board of Munich Business School as of September 1, 2020.
Munich Business School (MBS) receives institutional accreditation from the German Council of Science and Humanities for another five years. With the renewed accreditation, the Council of Science and Humanities certifies that MBS offers a high-quality range of programs that meet recognized scientific standards.
In the current edition of the Trendence Graduate Barometer, Munich Business School once again scores top positions in the most important categories, thus confirming and extending its ratings from previous years.
The current U-Multirank university ranking published on June 9, 2020 confirms Munich Business School (MBS) as one of the best performing universities around the globe. In particular, the private university of applied sciences can convince with top results in the ranking categories “International Orientation” and “Teaching and Learning”.
The CHE University Ranking published this week attests Munich Business School (MBS) a very good personal support of its students as well as a high degree of internationality and practical orientation of its study programs. In all three categories, the private business school made it into the top groups and was thus able to further expand its positive results from the past years.
Human resources managers of German companies once again confirm that graduates of Munich Business School (MBS) are among the most sought-after young professionals among employers. In the University Ranking 2020 of WirtschaftsWoche, MBS occupies fourth place among all German universities of applied sciences in the field of business administration and can thus further expand its rankings from previous years.
In order to ensure that students can continue their studies even in times of the corona crisis, Munich Business School (MBS) switched to online teaching within a few days and without a single interruption in teaching. Since March 16, MBS students and faculty have been learning and teaching digitally. In addition, the university is looking to the future and has already worked out further digital measures should the current situation last longer.
The latest edition of the trendence Graduate Barometer confirms Munich Business School as one of Germany’s most international and diverse universities in the business field.
According to the latest independent university ranking U-Multirank, Munich Business School is the best private university of applied sciences for "business studies" in Germany – and a "Global Top 25 Performing University" for student mobility.
Graduates of Munich Business School (MBS) are among the most coveted young professionals by employers in Germany. This is confirmed by the 2019 WirtschaftsWoche University Ranking.
Munich Business School is adding two new full-time Master programs to its portfolio of postgraduate study programs. A "Master International Marketing and Brand Management" and a "Master Innovation and Entrepreneurship" will both start in September 2019.
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