Strong results in the CHE 2020 university rankings for business administration, economics, and business information systems

The Faculty of Business and Economics does very well in the current ranking of the Centre for Higher Education Development ("Centrum für Hochschulentwicklung" - CHE) of 2020 and is in the top and middle group with the evaluated fields of Business Administration, Economics and Business Information Systems. Students in particular are very satisfied with their overall study situation and rate the faculty above average in the student survey.

Business Administration, for example, receives very good marks for the criteria general study situation, support by lecturers, support during studies and for studying abroad as well as academic relevance and offers for career orientation. The support at the beginning of studies is very good and also in the criteria publications per professor and doctorates per professor the top group is reached.

Regarding Business Information Systems, students are also very satisfied with the general study situation and the support at the beginning of their studies as well as with exams and the IT infrastructure. The faculty also ranks in the top group for the criteria doctorates per professor and degrees within a reasonable time (Master).

Economics receives top marks for the criteria support at the beginning of studies, examinations, research funds per scholar, doctorates per professor and publications per professor.

The CHE University Ranking is based on data about studies, teaching, equipment and research as well as results from surveys of students and professors at the respective university. There is no final ranking list of the participating universities. Instead, the CHE classifies the universities and universities of applied sciences etc. into three groups (top, middle and bottom groups) according to indicators and criteria it has developed itself.

According to the CHE, the ranking is the most comprehensive and detailed university comparison in the German-speaking world, with around 120,000 students surveyed and more than 300 universities and universities of applied sciences ("Fachhochschulen") as well as dual universities and universities of cooperative education ("Berufsakademien") examined: [in German]