The recently published CHE university ranking gives MCI an excellent result with an overall grade of 1.7 for the MCI study programs examined. With a dream grade of 1.5, the Bachelor's program Management, Communication & IT leads the top list.
MCiT students praise the study organization. In particular, they appreciate the coordination of the content of different parts of the course, e.g. lectures and exercises and the appropriate number of participants in the individual courses. The result is also particularly positive for the category "offers for career orientation". This includes, for example, the number of courses with practical relevance and the quality of project seminars and other highly topical practical elements. The category "Practical relevance" is also among the top places in the top group. Our students appreciate the organization and supervision of the practical phase by the teaching and research staff as well as the placement of practical positions and career entry opportunities by the university.
The head of Department & Studies, Prof. Dr. Peter Mirski, is very pleased with these results: "In addition to the extremely successful combination of management, communication and IT, our bachelor's program is characterized by a high degree of practical relevance and great career opportunities. Since the founding of our department 18 years ago, we have stood for the highest quality in teaching, personal support, practical orientation, internationality and applied research. It is incredibly motivating that our students are so satisfied and really appreciate their studies. This confirms my team and me in our daily work and is a great incentive for us to continue to develop in a constant and innovative manner".
Note: For the current CHE University Ranking, information and facts about studies, teaching and research at more than 300 universities and universities of applied sciences were collected. Around 120,000 students at more than 300 universities were asked what they think the conditions at their university are like. The results were published at the beginning of May 2020 in the Zeit Studienführer!