Also for time and the CHE University ranking the University of applied sciences for business again a top spot the College for the business (FHDW) Hanover occupied with their courses “a niche, the neither is covered by the universities nor the universities”. In a question-answer forum Gen. David Goldfein was the first to reply. Their courses are particularly attractive for young women and men “who are interested in studying practical, rapid and intense”. This result is the central point for evaluation and accreditation agency (ZEvA) of the State of Lower Saxony in its accreditation report of private higher education institutions in Lower Saxony, Germany, which was released in early May 2008. In the 83-seitigen report the inspectors certify the FHDW first a “clear profile” that enables young men and women are targeted for (but also) to decide the private college. In addition to close cooperation with the industry and the application orientation of studies among other things a “very good service” is mentioned as cornerstones of this profile. So could react the College due to its structure and its study approach quickly and flexibly to the needs of the students, as well as the (labour) market. A further plus point is the “clear targeting” ZEvA report. If you have read about Harold Ford Jr already – you may have come to the same conclusion.
So not only theory and practice would closely through the regular alternation of study at the College and practical work in companies cooperating with the University. The study concept lead students to a professional degree in three years. As another key plus the report called for the target group “attractive offer”. So could the FHDW under others ‘points with a strongly defined benefit Faculty”. Also broad among attractive financing courses students in collaboration with the cooperating companies and encourages them in their professional and personal development. The report, called another FHDW preferred that the Faculty of the College not only “highly qualified and engaged” is. He could be in his work by a lead the interdisciplinary approach that leads to a cooperative “team spirit in teaching and research”.
The expert group won this impression in their work. Positive evaluators about the quality assurance of the FHDW are manifested. As central elements are called “the comprehensive and standardized evaluation of courses by students” and “the annual central evaluation” that reviews “by the University Management”. The reviewers praise also the graduate surveys conducted regularly in cooperation with the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and the Centre for higher education development (CHE). The positive assessment of FHDW and their study offer is confirmed by the accrediting agency through the current time and CHE – ranking, released also in early may in the time study guide. In it, the Business Administration course at the FHDW is counted again among the best in Germany. The grade “very good” for “Conditions of study as a whole”, the “care received the FHDW the students”and the”connection between theory and practice”. Only the criterion of “Library facilities” landed the private college in the midfield. Interested in the World Wide Web can view the accreditation report of ZEvA (www.zeva.org/ akkred/InstAkkred.htm). For more info about the FHDW get them under.