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.
In addition to other positive ranking results this year – such as the recognition as the best private business school in the WirtschaftsWoche university ranking – Munich Business School is also convincing in the CHE Master Ranking 2020. The Master Ranking takes into account facts about teaching and research as well as the opinions of master’s students. This year, the Center for Higher Education Development (CHE) examined the subjects of economics, business informatics, industrial engineering, business administration and business studies at universities and universities of applied sciences in the German-speaking world.
MBS master’s students assign top grades for the general study situation and the teaching offer
Munich Business School achieves top rankings in four of the eleven categories for universities of applied sciences teaching business studies. The master’s students are very satisfied with the general study situation and rate the university with a score of 1.5. In a nationwide comparison, no other private university of applied sciences achieves a better result. MBS also scores in the category of teaching offers with a rating of 1.5 and thus not only positions itself as the best private university of applied sciences, but also at the top of all universities of applied sciences in the ranking. In addition, the surveyed students praise the study organization as well as the transition to the master’s program. Since the judgements in these two categories are very good overall and the difference is too small, the CHE assigns the same ranking group for all faculties. Another point to note is that the students do not give a worse grade than 2 in any of their evaluations. In the other categories based on student evaluations, such as support during studies, supervision by lecturers and support for studying abroad, Munich Business School is therefore placed in the middle group.
MBS master’s programs are characterized by a high international orientation and a strong contact to professional practice
The very good results in the fact-based categories international orientation of teaching and contact with professional practice complete the extremely positive performance of Munich Business School in the CHE Master Ranking.
With this result, MBS is one of the best among the 174 ranked universities of applied sciences in the business studies department. Only one other site of another private university of applied sciences achieved four top group placements nationwide. In Bavaria, MBS remains the clear number one (private) university of applied sciences for master’s programs in business studies.
Stefan Baldi, Dean of Munich Business School, is pleased with the performance of MBS in the CHE Master Ranking 2020: “We are very happy about the positive result in the CHE Master Ranking. The evaluations of the students themselves are always particularly interesting and revealing, since the successful education of this group of people is our highest goal. We are more than satisfied to see that the students’ assessments are in line with the evaluations from fact-based rankings, especially this year, which is characterized by many uncertainties and changes. The special survey on the Corona pandemic was already a first joyful harbinger, and the complete master ranking now tops the whole thing off”.
An overview of the results of Munich Business School in the CHE University Ranking 2020/21 can be found here.
About the CHE Master Ranking
The CHE Master Ranking is the most comprehensive and detailed ranking for master’s programs at German universities and universities of applied sciences. In 2020, the subjects the subjects economics, business informatics, industrial engineering at universities and the subjects business administration and business studies at both universities and universities of applied sciences were examined. Student assessments and facts on teaching and research provide an overview of the study conditions in the master’s program in these subjects at the respective universities.