TUM School of Management among Global Top 100 at the QS University Subject Ranking 2019
This Wednesday, February 27th, the 2019 issue of the QS World University Rankings was released by global academic analyst QS Quacquarelli Symonds. TUM School of Management was ranked as one of two German Business Schools among the Global Top 100. In the category Employer Reputation, the TUM School of Management ranks 24th in Europe and 1st in Germany.
The ranking confirms our great career opportunities for graduates of TUM School of Management (TUM SoM) not only in Germany but also internationally. It also shows the already high demand among companies in Germany as well as Europe for graduates of TUM School of Management. For further information on TUM SoM study programs, click here: https://www.wi.tum.de/programs/
The QS World University Rankings are a worldwide university ranking conducted by QS Quacquarelli Symonds since 2004. The college and university rankings published since 1983 by US News & World Report are considered one of the most influential of all rankings.
Furthermore, the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019 cover a total of 48 disciplines, grouped into five broad subject areas. They are compiled annually to help prospective students identify the leading universities in a particular subject. Research citations, along with the results of major global surveys of employers and academics are used to rank universities.
Universities around the world are compared on the basis of 13 indicators. In addition to research, the main focus of the evaluation is on publications and Nobel Prizes. Every year, a university ranking, for around 800 universities, as well as other rankings “By Faculty”, “By Subject”, “By Location” and “Academic Criteria” are published. With more than 1,200 universities from 78 countries and 48 listed subjects in five higher-level disciplines, the rankings provide a further overview of the international higher education landscape.
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