HM Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences Degree Programs Receive Top Marks in the CHE University Ranking
Degree programs in "Industrial Engineering" and "Production and Automation" are among the top group.
After already receiving excellent ratings in the past for the bachelor's and master's programs of the Department of Engineering and Management, HM has once again been recognized by the students this year.
HM shines with very good evaluations in the field of Industrial Engineering. In addition to other criteria, the overall study situation and digital teaching elements are praised. The degree programs in Industrial Engineering as well as Production and Automation received top marks. The categories of the extensive ranking include "contact with professional practice," "support at the beginning of studies," and the attainment of "degrees in a reasonable time." HM received top ratings in all areas.
Prof. Dr. Hermann Englberger, Dean of the Faculty of Industrial Engineering, is pleased with the renewed placement in the top group: "The fact that our faculty is among the most prestigious talent incubators for Industrial Engineering is a success of all faculty members and confirms our faculty's strategy. We combine interdisciplinary technological competence with management qualifications. Our graduates are interdisciplinary, intercultural, and interesting."
Prof. Dr. Imke Libon, Dean of the Faculty of Applied Natural Sciences and Mechatronics, said, "We are very proud that the degree program in 'Production and Automation' performed exceptionally well in this year's CHE Ranking. We owe this to our dedicated students and our highly motivated colleagues. The result underscores the high quality of our education and confirms our commitment to best prepare our students for their careers."
The CHE University Ranking, with around 120,000 surveyed students, has been the most comprehensive and detailed university comparison in the German-speaking region for 25 years now. The results of the nationwide ranking of the programs examined this year are now available online.