CHE-Ranking: Top Scores for Business & Economics Programs at UAS7 Universities
About 120,000 students and 3,000 professors cast their votes in this year's CHE university ranking. With business and economics courses leading the field, various departments at UAS7 universities reached top positions. The CHE (Centrum für Hochschulentwicklung or Center for University Development) is a non-profit private institution, which evaluates and supports the development of higher education institutions in Germany.
Whether it is Business Administration, Economics, Business Law, Business Informatics or Engineering, at UAS7 universities business and economics students are particularly satisfied with their studies. Those departments were recently awarded top ranks in categories such as the general study situation, study organization, support during and at the beginning of studies, support by lecturers, IT infrastructure, technical equipment as well as international orientation and cooperations with business & industry. Business studies and Social Work courses fared particularly well.
Rankings at a glance
The Hochschule Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences has convinced students and faculty with its study programs at campuses in Osnabrück and Lingen. Students of the Faculty of Business Management and Social Sciences evaluated study programs in the fields of Economics (VWL), Business Administration (BWL), Social Work, Business Informatics, Business Psychology and Business Law. All six subject groups achieved top grades. The Business Administration course at the Lingen campus also achieved top marks in several categories.
At the Munich University of Applied Sciences, the surveyed students once again rated the Bachelor's and Master's courses of the School of Engineering and Management as outstanding. The department had already achieved top positions in previous rankings.
FH Münster University of Applied Sciences achieves very good results in all three subjects represented in the ranking: Business Informatics as well as Business Administration and Business Management in Technology. The subject Business Informatics was rated particularly well, obtaining green points (the best evaluation to receive) in eight categories.
At the Berlin School of Economics and Law, the Department of Business and Economics reaches high scores with its Business Administration, Business Information Systems and Business Law programs. These courses made the top group in six to eight categories each.
The HAW Hamburg University of Applied Sciences performed particularly well in the fields of Business Administration and Social Work. Both receive top ratings for student support and the close cooperation with business and industry at the undergraduate level.
Student support, business cooperations and internationality particularly appreciated by UAS7 students
In the CHE university ranking, students can evaluate each university in up to 37 different categories. The UAS7 universities represented in the ranking scored particularly well in the areas of "Student Support at the Beginning of Studies", "Business & Industry Cooperations" and "International Orientation". A wide variety of study programs offered by our member institutions reached top grades in these categories, showing that UAS7 universities are well-positioned across the board.
ABOUT THE RANKING
The CHE University Ranking collects information and facts about studying, teaching and research at more than 300 universities and universities of applied sciences in Germany and asks around 120,000 students to evaluate the conditions at their university. All ranking results are now available at zeit.de/che-ranking (in German).