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CHE ranking evaluates business administration master's programs

TUM performs very well in teaching business management

Master's students in management are satisfied with conditions at TUM. (Photo: A. Heddergott / TUM)
Master's students in management are satisfied with conditions at TUM. (Photo: A. Heddergott / TUM)

TUM in Rankings

Master's programs in business administration at the Technische Universität München (TUM) received high marks in the new CHE University Ranking. In this ranking, the grades were given by the students, who were very satisfied with the overall experience of studying management at TUM.

Within the framework of the CHE University Rankings, master's students were canvassed during the 2013/2014 winter semester. The business administration master's programs of the TUM School of Management achieved very good or good ratings in all categories. In the categories relating to the overall student experience, preparation for careers, and transition to master's studies, TUM landed among the top-ranked group.

The master's program in Finance and Information Management, which is offered jointly with the University of Augsburg, reached the top tier in all 14 categories. As of 2015 this program, which has existed since 2004, will also be supported through the University of Bayreuth.

These results confirm the optimal rating of the overall student experience received by the TUM School of Management in May 2014. At the time of that survey, bachelor's students were asked to rate their study programs in certain categories. Here TUM's programs in business administration and information management the most top ratings of all German universities.

For the CHE ranking of master's programs, more than 7,800 students were canvassed between October 2013 and April 2014. In an online survey, they evaluated various aspects of studies and teaching, including how well equipped the teaching facilities, computer rooms, and libraries were.

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