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Student loans: 50 million paid out to students each month
Around 100,000 individuals in Germany currently use a student loan to help finance their studies. The amount paid out monthly by creditors, such as banks and Student Services Organisations, totals around €50 million. These are the findings of the CHE Centre for Higher Education’s dedicated annual Student Loan Test.more


04.07.2018 | Winter semester 2018/19: Hannover has the highest proportion of numerus clausus subjects in Germany
Numerus clausus was introduced in Germany 50 years ago. Around 40 per cent of degree programmes starting next winter semester are subject to restricted admission. This is the conclusion reached by the latest Numerus Clausus Check conducted by the CHE Centre for Higher Education. Hannover has the highest proportion of numerus clausus subjects among Germany’s major university cities (>30,000 students); at the federal state level, Berlin and Hamburg come top.more

08.06.2018 | Ethiopian Institute of Higher Education (EIHE) founded
The founding conference for the Ethiopian Institute of Higher Education (EIHE) took place at Addis Ababa University (Ethiopia) today. The Institute will provide training opportunities for leaders of Ethiopian higher education institutions. The project is based on the Higher Education Leadership and Management (HELM) programme, implemented by the CHE Centre for Higher Education and CHEPS Center for Higher Education Policy Studies (NL).more

05.06.2018 | U-Multirank releases fifth annual world rankings of universities: Neither Harvard, MIT nor Oxford are number 1
U-Multirank, the largest global university ranking, has today published its fifth annual release of data ( ranking 1,614 universities from 95 countries. The latest results show that claiming the ‘number 1’ spot, depends on what you’re looking for. more

23.05.2018 | Digital media in the classroom: training not yet mandatory for future teachers
A study undertaken by Monitor Lehrerbildung provides data on how tomorrow’s teachers are being trained to use digital media in the classroom. The outcome: it is still not mandatory for students to learn about the educational use of tablets and smartboards as part of their degree programmes. Education experts are therefore calling for the subject to become an obligatory part of teacher training – in all subjects and all school types.more

Higher education institutions need strategies for the digital age
How can higher education institutions seize the opportunities presented by digitalization to enhance their institutional profile and mission? This question is addressed in an article by a group of authors from the CHE Centre for Higher Education. The article is included in an international edited volume entitled “Prospects and Future Tasks of Universities”, which was published on 23 August 2017. more
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