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Awards

In the last few years, Zeppelin University has received multiple awards for its activities in research and teaching. A selection of the awards won by the institution and its employees and students can be found here:

ZU|Daily is "University Project of the Month" for October 2013

ZU|Daily: Student Journalists during their weekly meeting.


Communicating science: The online magazine "ZU Daily" makes Zeppelin University's research accessible to interested members of the public. For that reason, it is awarded October's "University Project of the Month" by the Stiftverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft.
At a university, research provides new developments on an almost constant basis – ZU publishes these on its own news platform. In the online magazine "ZU Daily", news relating to research and to campus life in general at the Zeppelin University is compiled by an editorial team of journalism students on a daily basis.
"The project shows how the research themes relate to society. In addition, it actively contributes to interaction between society and science, and between researchers, students and non-specialists who may be interested" – that is the verdict of the Stiftverbands jury.

Further ZU Awards

  • ZU Research Team wins the EMERALD Literati Network Award for Excellence.
  • "University Project of the Month" April 2013.
  • ZU awarded with "audit familiengerechte hochschule" ("family-friendly university") certificate.
  • ZU wins "Google Coursebuilder Award" for digital education.
  • ZU's CCM (Communication & Cultural Management) course awarded twice.
  • ZU wins top prize at "Mehr als Forschung und Lehre" ("More than Research and Teaching").
  • ZU-founded "Rock your Life!" wins multiple awards.
  • Student team wins top prize at "Energie für Ideen" ("Energy for Ideas").
  • ZU students are the social entrepreneurs of the future.
  • German Chancellor Angela Merkel honors social project "Rock your Life!"
  • Top 10 among Germany's universities
  • ZU in leading group in CHE Rankings
  • ZU awarded as innovative location
  • ZU Sociologist Nico Stehr on EU Committee of Experts
  • Third best research paper of any German university at the first attempt