WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management

Vallendar (Germany)

The WHU is a small, private business school located in Germany. This school is affiliated with both EQUIS and AASCB, and it has a total student body of approximately 1,300 students and staff members totaling more than 300. The school was founded in 1984, and it maintains affiliations with more than 190 other universities around the globe. Its management program is affiliated with the Kellogg School of Management in the United States. The Financial Times has ranked the school's Master of Science in Management as third worldwide. Applicants compete for admissions for only 200 spots per year, and admissions are based on academic ability, a math test, presentations and a private interview with school officials.

WHU's Master in Management program ranked 8th worldwide and 1st in Germany according to the Financial Times Ranking of 2015. In 2017, the same program was ranked 3rd worldwide by the Economist. The joint Kellogg-WHU Executive MBA Program made 1st place in Germany and 20th worldwide in the Financial Times Ranking 2015. WHU was also placed 4th in Germany and 37th in Europe in the overall Financial Times Business School Ranking 2015. According to the QS Global 200 MBA Ranking 2014/2015, WHU ranked 3rd in Germany and 33rd in Europe. In the Economist 2015 ranking of EMBA programs, the joint Kellogg-WHU EMBA Program reached the 6th place overall.

Notable alumni include Julian Deutz (CFO Axel Springer SE), Ulrich Lichtenthaler (German Economist), Stephan Schubert (Founder OnVista), and David Schneider (Founder and Board Member Zalando SE).

You can find this business school here: www.whu.edu/en.

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