In the 2023 CHE Ranking, the bachelor’s degree programs Business Studies; Information Systems and Management; and Management and Electrical Engineering at the University of Bremen once again occupy top positions in the “Support at the Start of Studies” category.
Students of the subject fields business studies, law, and electrical engineering are also very satisfied with the organization of their degree program. In Business Studies, the students praise the variety of courses and the excellent library facilities, and in the “Number of Doctorates per Professorship” category another top rank is achieved.
The CHE Ranking is based on a regular, comprehensive survey covering individual subjects.
In addition to the assistance provided to students at the start of their degrees, the University of Bremen is particularly praised in this year’s ranking for its support of internships and practical training in the Business Studies bachelor’s degree program and in Management and Production Engineering. For this degree program, additionally, the general organization of coursework and examinations, the exam preparation and, in particular, the flexibility of the degree program through digital teaching elements were positively highlighted.
Differentiated Quality Management
“Through our differentiated quality management in the area of teaching and studies, the faculties regularly receive feedback,” explains Professor Maren Petersen, Vice President for Teaching and Studies. “This supports our faculties in developing targeted offers to assist their students.” For first-year students in particular, there are a number of special orientation events, preparatory classes, tutorials, and individual consultation services. “It is great to see that this commitment is reflected so positively in the CHE Ranking,” says the Vice President for Teaching and Studies.
Management and Production Engineering in Leading Group
Professor Maren Petersen is also very pleased with the good performance of the Management and Production Engineering degree program in other categories. This degree program is considered cutting-edge because of its close connection between theory and practice, research and application. The fact that the good degree organization and the flexibility with digital teaching elements stand out here supports the university's path of modernization in teaching and studying.
Senator: “Supporting students at the start of their degrees is of great significance for us”
“The good performance of the University of Bremen in the CHE Ranking underlines the importance of Bremen as an academic hub,” explains Senator for Science and Ports, Dr. Claudia Schilling. “Supporting students at the start of their degrees is of great significance as it is an important requirement for a successful degree. The fact that the university is particularly highly rated here shows that Bremen is a student magnet and how much we welcome students in our city.”
About the CHE Ranking 2023/2024
The CHE ranking examines more than 300 universities and universities of applied sciences throughout Germany. Each subject is reevaluated every three years. The evaluated categories are often very detailed, making it difficult to make general statements about the overall ranking of a university or university of applied sciences. However, many prospective and current students take careful note of the CHE ranking. The weekly newspaper DIE ZEIT published the entire ranking results in the 2023/2024 ZEIT study guide and on the ZEIT CAMPUS ONLINE website.
http://www.che.de/downloads/ranking2023/presse/che-ranking2023-bremen.pdf (in German only)
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