The Dean, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Steffen Greuling, and all the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at Esslingen University of Applied Sciences viewed the results compiled by the Centre for Higher Education (abbr. CHE Ranking) published on 3 May 2022 with delight and as a motivation for the upcoming semester. This year, the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering has again achieved one of the top positions in the ranking, which surveys more than 150,000 students and analyses more than 300 universities and universities of applied sciences in German-speaking countries.
The results published in the ZEIT Studienführer (Study Guide) special supplement in May 2019 compare different aspects of university education and training, and are intended to offer prospective students and those currently studying, and academic advisors, professors and companies as well a comprehensive perspective, and the opportunity to see the individual universities, faculties and degree programmes included in the comparison from a different point of view.
The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering convinces in the nationwide university ranking and receives top ratings from its own students. In all four areas of general study situation, support at the beginning of studies, study organisation and graduation in a reasonable time, it occupies a place in the top group.
The Dean, Prof. Greulich, had this to say in a press interview: “I am delighted that we are held in the highest esteem not only by our own students, but also by the companies.”
The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at Esslingen University of Applied Sciences enjoys a very good reputation not only among students, but it also convinces industrial partners in the region itself, nationwide and beyond Germany’s borders.
*CHE Ranking online edition, accessed on 10 May 2022