Top ratings for Master's degree programme in Economics at Paderborn University

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New CHE ranking for Master's degree programmes published

From support during studies to digital teaching elements and practical orientation - the subjects of Business Administration and Business Informatics at Paderborn University once again impress in the latest ranking for Master's degree programmes published by the Centre for Higher Education Development (CHE). Both student judgements and facts about teaching and research were taken into account. In a total of eleven and 13 categories respectively, the Business Administration and Business Informatics degree programmes are in the top group.

In addition to the general study situation, the ranking criteria also include the transition to the Master's programme, support for stays abroad and research orientation in teaching. In all of the subjects assessed - in addition to Business Administration and Business Information Systems, these include Industrial Engineering and Management and Economics - Paderborn University scores highly with degrees awarded within a reasonable period of time. Business Information Systems also stands out with its professors' strong research performance and very good contacts to professional practice.

"The experiences of our Master's students on site play a central role in the CHE Ranking. We are therefore particularly proud that we have once again performed so well. The results show that we can offer them very good study conditions in Paderborn", says a delighted Prof. Dr. Oliver Müller, Dean of Studies at the Faculty of Business and Economics.

About the CHE Ranking for Master's programmes

In the current comparison of Master's programmes, up to 15 different criteria are taken into account, depending on the subject. The evaluation is presented on a 5-star scale. The students' judgement is compared with facts on research performance, such as research funding per academic or publications per professor. For the subjects of Information Systems and Industrial Engineering, the intensity of contact with professional practice is also shown. The results are categorised into a top, middle and bottom group.

Further information on the CHE Ranking.

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Prof. Dr. Oliver Müller

Dekanat Wirtschaftswissenschaften

Dean of Student Affairs

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