Ranking & Accreditation
FIBAA Reaccreditation 2015
Our Master programme has been reaccredited by FIBAA, the well-known European accreditation agency, and was additionally awarded the Premium Seal as a part of the reaccreditation process. Only study programmes that meet FIBAA’s highest quality standards, proving excellence in study and teaching, receive this coveted seal. As a result of this distinction, the Master programme is now considered to be in the Top 10 out of approximately 350 accredited programmes in Germany.
FIBAA ranked the SRH Hochschule Berlin programme in International Management as excellent in the following areas:
- international and intercultural content
- communication skills and conflict resolution
- foreign language offerings
- visibility in the education market
- admission requirements
- counseling provided to prospective students
- international focus
- organisation and administrative support for students and faculty
- career and placement service
- information about activities during the academic year
- and overall competencies
Two further areas were ranked as outstanding:
- the internationality of the student body
- and the faculty support and guidance provided to our students
Our M.A. programme is both career-oriented and internationally focused, and therefore contributes to the realization of the overall goals of SRH Hochschule Berlin. According to FIBAA, the career-oriented tasks of the programme provide the students with practical experience and make them highly employable once they graduate. The availability of faculty members and the organization of administrative services provide the students with excellent support and academic guidance throughout their studies. Finally, once students are looking for job placements, they can turn to the excellent career and placement services provided by the university. These are all reasons, among many others, which FIBAA cited in their reaccreditation report for the SRH International Management programme.
Most International University in Germany
SRH Hochschule Berlin Ranks Number 1 for Percentage of International Students
With 30.3% international students, the SRH Hochschule Berlin ranks highest among all German universities for its percentage of students with foreign citizenship according to recent data gathered by the German Academic Exchange Service, the German Rectors' Conference, and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.
SRH Hochschule Berlin Ranks in the Top 5 for Outgoing Student Mobility
With more than 6 % of all SRH Hochschule Berlin students participating in an ERASMUS student exchange programme in the academic year 2010/11, SRH Hochschule Berlin ranked fifth nationwide. These results, published recently by DAAD, are remarkable considering that none of the established public universities made it in the Top 5.
In addition to our ERASMUS partner universities located in Europe, students now have the option to study abroad in Canada, Brazil, Mexico and the United States of America. Our international partner network is continuously expanding and SRH Hochschule Berlin is looking forward to cooperating with even more international universities in the future.
According to the DAAD annual ERASMUS report, SRH Hochschule Berlin ranks in the Top 10 (out of 400 universities!) for student and lecturer mobility.
CHE university ranking: SRH Hochschule Berlin in top position
In the new CHE university ranking (the most important university-ranking system in Germany) , the SRH Hochschule Berlin passed with distinction. In 4 out of 5 categories it attained the highest ranking level. In the Department of Business Administration it takes the lead among the evaluated private and state universities in Berlin.
Our students are particularly satisfied with the “overall study situation", the "coherence of the study programme", the "supervision by teachers" and the "international orientation." In these categories, SRH Berlin is placed in the top group. It also receives excellent ranking in the category "practical orientation."
The CHE university-ranking is the most comprehensive and detailed ranking in the German-speaking area and therefore the most important. The CHE (Center for Higher Education Development) has investigated more than 300 universities and colleges. The results appear May 6, 2014 in the new ZEIT study guide 2014 /15.
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