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Prized among Personnel Managers

ESB Business School maintains leading WirtschaftsWoche rankings.

Prof. Dr Christoph Binder, Dean of ESB Business School, and Verena Werdich (Corporate Relations Management) are delighted with ESB Business School's latest positions in the WirtschaftsWoche ranking.

By Sven Rottner

ESB Business School programmes keep their high rankings in the latest WirtschaftsWoche index. Business Administration successfully defended the top spot in its category. Business and Engineering is still ranked among the top ten at universities of applied sciences. And there were excellent results for the Business Informatics programme at the School of Informatics.

The business magazine WirtschaftsWoche commissioned personnel service provider Universum Global to survey some 500 HR managers at German companies. The verdict was clear – of the universities of applied sciences, respondents prefer to hire graduates from Reutlingen University in several subject areas.

Professor Harald Dallmann, Vice-President of Academic Affairs at Reutlingen University, says he’s proud of this consistent first-class result. “With their excellent evaluation, personnel decision-makers have once again shown great confidence in us. To us, this is both confirmation and an incentive,” he said.

Of the HR managers surveyed, fully 15 percent said that they most appreciate graduates of Business Administration at ESB Business School. As in previous years, this puts ESB Business School at the top of the ranking.

Business and Engineering at ESB Business School has reason to be pleased with its ninth place. This very good result is probably due to the high level of practical training in the programmes, as mentioned in WirtschaftsWoche’s reporting on the current ranking, which includes a detailed presentation on Reutlingen University. Among other things, WirtschaftsWoche highlights the Werk150 teaching and research environment, which gives students a comprehensive insight into real manufacturing technology.

Professor Christoph Binder, Dean of ESB Business School, also emphasizes the School’s advantages. “Our latest top placement in the current ranking is a strong signal, especially for our students. They can count on the fact that the great practical relevance and innovative teaching at ESB Business School prepares them in the best possible way for professional life and for a wide range of careers.”

Business Informatics at the School of Informatics also did extremely well in the ranking. As in the previous year, it took third place. Here, more than 12 percent of the HR managers surveyed expressed their appreciation for Reutlingen graduates.

Here you can find the detailed ranking results.

About the ranking:

On behalf of WirtschaftsWoche magazine, Universum Global regularly asks HR managers at German companies which graduates they value most. The ranking distinguishes between universities of applied sciences and classical universities and is one of the most important indices for business degree programmes. ESB Business School regularly achieves outstanding results there.

Further aticle published in the WirtschaftsWoche