Master of Science in Corporate Management & Economics | CME
Ranking, accreditation and awards
ZU's attitude towards rankings is simple: Rather than just believe what you read, it's best to come and see for yourself.
However, failing this, you can find out more below about the three rankings in which our Corporate Management & Economics programs have featured to date:
Top position for Corporate Management & Economics in 2020/2021
ZU's attitude towards rankings is simple: Rather than just believe what you read, it's best to come and see for yourself. With that being said, we are obviously delighted about the outstanding ranking results achieved by our Corporate Management & Economics programs:
In the recently released 2020/21 CHE (Center for University Development) Rankings, ZU was once again one of the top-performing universities and colleges in Germany. In the Economic Sciences category, both our bachelor's and master's programs were ranked as the best in the country, an honor shared with Frankfurt-am-Main's Johann Wolfgang Goethe University.
Impressive showing in Master's College Rankings 2017/2018
In the 2017/2018 Center for University Development (CHE) Master's Program Rankings, Zeppelin University (ZU) was once again ranked in the leading group.
This was the fifth consecutive time that ZU was rated among the best in the CHE Ranking's Economic Sciences bracket.
“Being ranked among the very best five times in a row is an amazing achievement and a great honor, especially for a young university like ZU.”
Professor Insa Sjurts | Former President of Zeppelin University
The study situation at Zeppelin University, the international academic publications, the courses offered, and support during the study entry phase were all rated as outstanding in the rankings.
Further information about the rankings
First place for Corporate Management & Economics
In the 2014/15 CHE (Center for University Development) Rankings, ZU was once again ranked among Germany's best universities and colleges.
ZU's Corporate Management & Economics courses were rated as the best in the country. Most notably, the overall study situation and the workload per subject were rated as outstanding. Apart from this, ZU was rated among the best with regard to the international orientation of its study courses, students graduating within the standard period of study, as well as research funds raised. Additionally, ZU was ranked in the top bracket for the range and quality of its courses on offer, student support, co-operation within the student body, the opportunity to rate lectures, support for studies abroad, support on transition into the employment market, as well as the quality of its lecture rooms.
CHE Rankings 2011/2012: Master's in Corporate Management & Economics
Our Corporate Management & Economics master's program is among the best in Germany.
In the new CHE (Center for University Development) Master's Rankings (released in mid December 2011), ZU's two-year master's program in Corporate Management & Economics was awarded a top place. In all five categories – study situation, teacher support, transition to master's studies, job market orientation, and academic orientation – our master's program was awarded a Green Spot, meaning that it was in the top bracket. Apart from ZU, the only universities of to achieve a comparably high rating for their courses were Augsburg, Mannheim and TU Munich, as well as private business schools HHL, EBS and WHU.
Further information about the rankings
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.