After very good results in the last surveys, Hof University of Applied Sciences is also convincing in the new CHE university ranking. This year, Hof students were asked about criteria for the subject of computer science. In the categories “degrees in a reasonable time” and “contact with professional practice” as well as in the area of premises, Hof University of Applied Sciences was able to position itself here in the nationwide top group.
“Students feel comfortable at Hof and are very well looked after, as the surveys have shown. Thus, the Germany-wide comparison published today confirms the excellent position of these study programs at Hof University. This is expressly also an award for the teaching staff working in this field,” said University President Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Jürgen Lehmann.
The students feel well in Hof and are very well cared for, as the surveys have shown. The Germany-wide comparison published today thus confirms the excellent position of these study programs at Hof University of Applied Sciences.Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Jürgen Lehmann
Joy over the good result rules also with the faculty computer science of the university yard even: With view of changing challenges in society and working sphere we will continue to develop our courses of studies interdisciplinary and on highest level in the future. The link to the practical professional world is of particular importance here. Our students can rest assured that excellent career prospects are open to them on the German and international job markets,” says Dean of Studies Prof. Dr. Thomas Schaller.
About the CHE Ranking
With around 120,000 students surveyed and more than 300 universities and universities of applied sciences/universities of applied sciences (HAW) as well as dual universities and universities of cooperative education examined, the CHE ranking is the most comprehensive and detailed comparison of universities in the German-speaking world. Current students are asked about their study conditions in general as well as about specific criteria such as supervision, support during their studies or for studying abroad, the courses offered, the organization of studies or the examinations. They also assess the career orientation offerings, the academic or practical relevance, the rooms, the library equipment or the IT infrastructure. In addition, CHE collects facts about teaching and research.