CHE University Ranking 2009 to be published on May 6, 2009
Data for the following disciplines have been updated in this year’s ranking: Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Biology, Medicine and Dentistry, Geography and Earth Sciences.
In addition to numerous HEIs from neighbouring countries, some individual universities from Hungary and Romania which are offering study programmes in German language are also included for the first time. The CHE University Ranking therefore now offers information on studies, teaching and learning as well as on research for 33 disciplines from more than 250 HEIs.
As media partner, the weekly newspaper DIE ZEIT will be publishing the Compact Ranking in the "ZEIT Study Guide 2009/2010" special edition, which includes selected data on student evaluations, research indicators and HEI reputations.
Spanning more than 220 pages, the guide also answers questions about entering a university. It helps prospective students select the right study programme and location and gives hints for the start of the study programme. The ZEIT study guide presents 30 disciplines in detail and offers programme-related information for Bachelor and Master programmes as well as how to finance studies. The special edition "ZEIT Scholarship Guide" is being included with the main guide for the first time this year. It offers a comprehensive scholarship index and application tips.
The new ZEIT study guide can be purchased at every kiosk from May 6.
The ZEIT study guide can be purchased from May 6 or you can order it in advance.
Teachers can order free of charge the ZEIT’s teaching material for choosing study programmes as well as the CHE University Ranking’s “Abitur, and then?”, including a study guide. School classes receive a reduction of 50 percent if the guides are ordered as a set.
The CHE University Ranking is the most comprehensive and detailed ranking in Germany to date. In addition to facts for studies, teaching, equipment and research, the ranking includes more than 200,000 student evaluations on study conditions at their HEI as well as the reputation of the faculties under the leadership of the professors of the individual disciplines. The data for one-third of the disciplines are collected anew every year.