Fresenius University of Applied Sciences
This year, the CHE Center for Higher Education surveyed about 120,000 students, among other things, about subjects in the field of applied natural sciences and engineering. Fresenius University of Applied Sciences shines among Hessian universities with its study programs “Biosciences – Applied Biology for Medicine and Pharmacy (B.Sc.)” and “Applied Chemistry for Analytics, Forensics and Life Science (B.Sc.)” in the Department of chemistry and biology Idstein. The results are published in the current ZEIT study guide.
The CHE university ranking collects information and facts about studying, teaching and research at more than 300 universities and technical colleges in German-speaking countries and records the ratings of around 120,000 students in various categories. The results show that students of two majors at the Fresenius University of Applied Sciences in Idstein are very satisfied with the general situation of studying, organization of studies, support provided by teachers, offers for career guidance, practical relevance, laboratory practices as well as premises and IT infrastructure are satisfied. With this rating, the range of courses ends in the top group.
“I am particularly pleased with the good work of our traditional department. Only a few private universities manage to keep up with the state offerings. Many thanks to the team at the Department of Chemistry and Biology, who made this good position possible in the ranking,” explains the President of the University, Prof. Dr. Tobias Engelsleben. “An excellent result will be praise and an incentive for the team to continue training our students in a practical way and for the labor market,” adds Prof. Dr. Thorsten Daubenfeld, Dean of the Department of Chemistry and Biology.
About the ranking of CHE universities
The CHE university ranking is the most comprehensive and detailed ranking in the German-speaking world. It has been offering prospective students information and subject transparency for over 20 years. Each subject is reassessed every three years. This year, the subjects of engineering, language and cultural studies, as well as psychology, were examined, and the CHE university ranking asks current students about study conditions in general, as well as specific criteria such as supervision, support during studies or studying abroad. , course offers, organization of studies or exams. They also evaluate offers for professional orientation, scientific or practical relevance, premises, library equipment or IT infrastructure.
About Fresenius University of Applied Sciences
With over 18,000 students, Fresenius University of Applied Sciences, with its locations in Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt am Main, Hamburg, Idstein, Cologne, Munich and Wiesbaden, as well as a study center in New York, is one of the largest and best-known private universities in Germany. It looks back on more than 170 years of tradition. In 1848, Carl Remigius Fresenius founded the “Chemisches Laboratorium Fresenius” in Wiesbaden, which from the very beginning was dedicated to both laboratory practice and training. The university has been state-recognized since 1971. It has a very wide, diverse range of subjects and offers regular bachelor’s and master’s programs in the fields of chemistry and biology, design, health and social issues, online plus as well as business and media, as well as part-time and training – accompanying (dual) courses. Hochschule Fresenius is institutionally accredited by the Scientific Council. When it was first accredited in 2010, the Academic Council particularly appreciated its “broad and innovative range of undergraduate and Master’s courses”, “its internationality” and “convincingly designed practical relevance”.
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