Master program International Business Administration at the Viadrina again achieves top marks in the CHE ranking
In a recent comparison of master’s programs in business administration at German universities and colleges, the International Business Administration program at the European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder) once again scored well above average. The international orientation, the support of students as well as the support of stays abroad are particularly well evaluated, according to the ranking for Master’s programs in Business Administration by the Center for Higher Education Development (CHE).
In the Germany-wide comparison, the Viadrina study program is in the top group in several categories, just like in the comparison three years ago. Above all, the Master’s students‘ own assessments are well above average. They rate the supervision by lecturers, the organization of studies, the transition to the Master’s program and the support during the study abroad as excellent. The Master’s program also scores in the top group for the surveyed aspects of teaching and research.
The results of the ranking are available at www.zeit.de/masterranking.
Already in May of this year, the Viadrina’s business administration bachelor programs had achieved top results in the CHE ranking:
With these results the business studies at the European University Viadrina occupy – as in the last editions of the ranking 2014 and 2017 – a top position not only in Germany, but also in comparison with the study programs offered in the Berlin-Brandenburg region.
The university ranking of the weekly newspaper „Die ZEIT“ and the Center for Higher Education Development (CHE) is Germany’s largest and most important comparison of state and private universities. The study programs offered by more than 300 universities and universities of applied sciences are regularly examined. The assessments are based on the opinions of over 120,000 students surveyed. The business administration programs of the European University Viadrina regularly achieve top positions.
In contrast to other German and Anglo-Saxon rankings, the CHE ranking does not show rankings, but ranking groups, and distinguishes between a top, middle and bottom group.