Re-accreditation of Master's programmes until 2031: focus on quality and commitment
We are delighted that our Master's programmes have been successfully reaccredited without any conditions until 31 July 2031.
The expert commission's overall impression of all our Master's programmes is extremely positive. By integrating new, topical subjects into our curricula, we also aim to attract more international students. These structural changes also promote transparency and clarity, which is positively emphasised by the Commission. The curricula are designed to support a qualified professional career. Small groups, short communication channels, appropriate equipment and active research activities are essential for the application of acquired knowledge and the promotion of practical skills. The intended learning outcomes for students correspond to the objectives of professional development and academic activity, and promote the career opportunities of graduates and thus personal development and leadership skills, which are equally important to us as an educational institution.
Regular evaluation of our programmes and the awarding of scholarships to promote gender equality are part of our commitment.
Our evaluation tools ensure continuous monitoring of programmes and take into account both the labour market and the needs of our students. The successful evaluation of academic success confirms that our graduates have achieved ambitious career goals.
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