Sociology, Politics & Economics will only be taken into consideration as a bachelor's program in the CHE Rankings after the group from the program's inaugural year has graduated (2015). However, the ranking results of our other three bachelor programs will give you a flavor of what to expect.
In the 2014/15 CHE (Center for University Development) Rankings, ZU was once again ranked among Germany's best universities and colleges.
Below you will find an overview of the individual results of the Communication & Cultural Sciences program:
Based on the results of the German Association for the Promotion of Science and Humanities' “Cum Laude” competition, the Communication & Cultural Sciences program at Zeppelin University (ZU) is one of the best study programs in the country. The same program also achieved a top place in CHE's (Center for University Development) “Vielfältige Exzellenz 2011” (Diverse Excellence 2011) rankings.
At the final of the German Association for the Promotion of Science and Humanities' “Cum Laude” competition in Berlin, ZU was one of nine finalists out of 82 entrants, finishing third overall to win a prize of €1,000. As well as this, the ZU study program was again ranked among Germany's best by the CHE (Center for University Development). In the “Vielfältige Exzellenz 2011” rankings, there was a particular focus on aspects such as research, practical relevance, international orientation and student orientation – with outstanding results for ZU.
In the 2011/12 CHE University Rankings, Zeppelin University again placed among Germany's top universities and colleges. In the area of Communication & Cultural Management it came 1st in the country (up from 8th the previous year).
The Communication & Cultural Sciences programs at ZU were ranked in 1st place, ahead of all other universities – even established and renowned institutions such as the University of Music, Theater and Media in Hannover. By comparison, in the 2008 rankings, ZU’s Communication & Cultural Sciences programs came in 8th place.
All of the results of the CHE Rankings can be found on the ZEIT ONLINE website.
In the new, recently published “U-Multirank” EU college rankings, Zeppelin University (ZU) performed outstandingly. Thus the results of the most recent CHE Rankings were also confirmed on an international level.
In contrast to previous rankings, the new international ranking not only investigates the students' satisfaction with their study conditions, but also the universities' level of efficiency in various other areas. In the U-Multirank, top marks were awarded to ZU in the areas of study and teaching, as well as research.
Among the areas to be rated as “very good” in the bracket for Corporate Management & Economics study programs were the overall quality of the courses and teaching, the students' learning experience, the research orientation of the study programs, the contact between students and academics, and the connection between the courses and the professional world. Third-party fundraising, the performance of PhD students, and classroom equipment were also very highly ranked. Furthermore, ZU was well above average in areas such as the international orientation of its study programs, the publication of papers, library facilities, and third-party funding.