The DFG Funding Atlas is devised as a report system for german institutions, which provides numerical performance indicators for research and science in Germany and public funding of the same in three-year intervals. The edition 2015 includes data for the years 2011 to-2013.
|Humanities and Social Sciences||16|
|DFG-Discipline Social and ehavioural Sciences||5|
|Research field Social Sciences||1|
|Research Area Atmospheric Science and Oceanography||1|
|Research Area Geology and Paleontology||1|
|Research Area Geochemistry, Mineralogy und Crystallography||2|
|DFG-Discipline Mechanical and Industrial Engineering||14|
|Research Area Production Technology||14|
|Research Area Mechanics and Constructive Mechanical Engineering||14|
|DFG-Discipline Computer Science, Electrical &System Engineering||10|
|Research Area Computer Science||10|
The CHE University Ranking aims to provide orientation for potential university and high school students. Appearing annually in may It serves as a Guideline to select a university suitable to their preferred area of study. The CHE only compares results for each field of study internal to the respective field. The profiles of the research fields which are generated this way, with the strengths and weaknesses of the individual universities, are individually assigned to different ranking groups. These profile groups are made up of the top, middle and bottom group.
2016 the subjects English- and American Studies, German Studies, Romance Studies, Pedagogy, Psychology, Architecture, Construction- and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies, Machine Engineering, Material Sciences, Mechatronics, Chemical Engineering, Biological Engineering, Process Engineering, Environmental engineering were published.
|Subject area||Criteria in which the University of Bremen belongs to the top group|
|Electrical Engineering & Information Technologies||Graduation within reasonable time|
|Machine Engineering||Graduation within reasonable time|
|Biology||Aquisition of subject-specific competences|
|Chemistry||Graduation within reasonable time|
|English- and American Studies||International Orientation|
|German Studies||Graduation within reasonable time|
|Romance Studies||International Orientation|
The objective of the Ranking is to continuously compare the performances at Higher Education Institutions in the area of gender equality by quantitive indicators. Structural changes to the respective personnel and to the scientific qualification for professorship are taken into account as are the advancements in equality politics. The 2017 Ranking is based on quantitative data of the German Federal Statistical Office from 2015.
In the Ranking by federal state in the category vocations between 2011 and 2015 Bremen is leading the top group with a proportion of women in this category of 41,4%.
|Federal State||Vocations total|
|Vocations of |
|Percentage of women|
in the vocations
With a fraction of women of 28,1% in professorships Bremen is represented in the second place of the leading group.
Further information regarding the CEWS Ranking results can be viewed at (German only) CEWS - Hochschulranking nach Gleichstellungsaspekten.