Trendence Graduate Barometer 2020

Business engineers recommend ESB Business School one hundred percent.

By Verena Werdich & Sven Rottner

In this year’s Trendence Graduate Barometer, ESB Business School scores again in many areas. The international orientation and high practical relevance are particularly well received by students.

Well over 30,000 students from German universities and universities of applied sciences rated their educational institutions in the Trendence Graduate Barometer 2020. Students at ESB Business School also took part in the surveys in the fields of business administration and business engineering. The detailed results are now available.

A one-hundred-percent recommendation

ESB Business School's business engineering degree programmes rank first in terms of the internationality and practical relevance of courses. One hundred percent of the students in this department recommend studying at ESB.

ESB students appreciate the professional competency of the teaching staff, the equipment of workstations and digital teaching. Even more important to them, however, is ESB’s international character and high practical relevance. This makes ESB Business School’s focus stand out from the rest of the university environment.

Practically unbeatable

As in previous years, ESB Business School again holds top positions in exactly these two categories in the field of economics.  

The students also like the involvement of employers at the School. The online job portal, workshops, practical presentations, university fairs and other offers are taken up by them more often than average. Following the switch to online events as a result of the corona pandemic, the number of participants has even increased significantly. 

A total of 300 students at ESB Business School took part in the survey, including 200 from the area of business management and almost 100 business engineers.

Trendence is an independent market research and consulting company for employer branding and personnel marketing. Since 1999 it has been building a bridge between young talent, educational institutions and employers in Germany.  

The Trendence Graduate Barometer is not publicly accessible.