University of Mannheim

The University of Mannheim is one of the younger German universities. It offers Bachelor, Master, and PhD degrees and is mainly located in Mannheim Palace. About 800 scholars and 9,300 students are enrolled. Several rankings, awards, and evaluations attest to the quality of research and teaching at the University of Mannheim.

It offers a unique atmosphere. Its campus means all disciplines are in short distance of one another. The core of the campus is Mannheim palace. With a length of 400 meters it is the largest baroque palace in Germany.

The University comprises five schools: the Business School, the School of Law and Economics, the School of Social Sciences, the School of Humanities and the School of Mathematics and Computer Science. As the first German institution, the Business School of the University of Mannheim gained the “Triple Crown”: it is accredited by AACSB International, the Association of MBAs (AMBA) and EFMD (EQUIS). With 27 chaired professors and about 3,500 students, the Business School ranks among the largest in Europe. The University of Mannheim was called "The Harvard of Germany" by the German newspaper Die Zeit. It is especially known for its Business, Economics and Social Sciences. It is widely considered to have the best business program in Germany and its Master in Management is ranked 13th in Europe by the FT.

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