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Financial Times: HHL Graduates Earning Top Salaries

15.09.2014 - (idw) HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management

Financial Times Ranking "Masters in Management 2014": HHL scores high in the field of career prospects and the focal points of strategic management and marketing in this most encompassing and significant international ranking. According to the Financial Times (FT) ranking published today, the Master in Management Program (M.Sc.) of HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management is one of the two best programs of its kind in Germany and ranks among the top 10 in Europe. HHL achieved the 11th position in the worldwide ranking, leaving behind a large number of renowned national and international universities.
The ranking attests to the M.Sc. Program at the first business school established in German-speaking Europe top results for career prospects. HHL graduates achieved second place in Europe for their salaries. Regarding questions about the extent to which the alumni were able to attain their study objectives, the Leipzig-based business school ranks second in the world. HHL' M.Sc. Program was ranked second in the world for its strategic management emphasis. The Leipzig-based business school achieved fourth place for its marketing focus.

The FT "Masters in Management" ranking, which rates 70 business schools, is considered to be one of the most comprehensive and significant internationally of its kind for Master programs with a focus on General Management.
The ranking uses data from two surveys. One polls the university alumni who graduated three years ago about their current situation. Additional information, such as internationality and the structure of the school or program, are collected at the school itself.

HHL Dean Prof. Dr. Andreas Pinkwart says, "The latest FT ranking motivates us to take HHL with its innovate125 Future Concept into the top 10 graduate business schools in Europe over the next few years. The ongoing expansion and internationalization of the faculty as well as an excellent student body, the sharpening of our research profile and the growth of our international networks are the foundations for achieving this goal."

Stefan Frisch, 28, took up a position as an in-house consultant for Deutsche Post DHL following the completion of his M.Sc. Program at HHL and now works at Deutsche Post AG in the field of E-POST. The graduate, who was born in Neuwied, says, "By studying at HHL, I broadened my business administration skills and wanted to do so at a renowned university with good counseling like I knew from term abroad in the U.S. Moreover, I attached particular importance to the access to attractive employers in the area of consulting as well as start-ups and major enterprises. In this context, HHL's Career Service convinced me with its worldwide network of alumni. I achieved the objectives I had set for myself thanks to the M.Sc. Program.

Andreas Hönl, 26, born in Zeitz, who took up a position with the consulting firm McKinsey following his studies in Leipzig, adds, "The M.Sc. Program has helped me in many ways to achieve my study objectives. In addition to an excellent professional and methodical education, HHL's numerous business contacts helped me tremendously in the professional orientation process. The network I established as a student at HHL and which continues to grow has paved the way for me, during and beyond my studies. For all these reasons, I look back at my time in Leipzig with the fondest memories."

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The Master Program in Management (M.Sc.) at HHL

The English-language Master in Management Program (M.Sc.) at HHL was ranked among the top of its kind in Germany according to the latest Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking. The program provides a basis for future management tasks and covers a wide variety of economic topics. Building on a Bachelor's degree in economics, HHL attaches particular importance to teaching soft skills - courses such as Problem Solving & Communication, Negotiation or International Management Competencies represent an inherent part of the training. The 21 to 24-month full-time program offers eight fields of specialization, i.e. Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Entrepreneurship, Advanced Economics and Advanced General Management. By choosing four electives the students can set a topical focus on the career for which they are aspiring. In addition to a term abroad at one over 110 universities partnered with HHL, the curriculum of the program also encompasses an internship. Excellent business contacts as well as a professional Career Service provide top career opportunities for the alumni. Students can enroll for this program in spring (March) or fall (September).

HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management

HHL is a university-level institution and ranks amongst the leading international business schools. The goal of the oldest business school in German-speaking Europe is to educate effective, responsible and entrepreneurially minded leaders. In addition to HHLs international focus, the combination of theory and practice plays a key role. HHL stands out for its excellent teaching, its clear research focus, its effective knowledge transfer into practice as well as its outstanding student services. Weitere Informationen:

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