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Berlin, 05 May 2020. In the university ranking published today by the CHE University Ranking, ESCP Business School is listed in the top group in several categories. The Bachelor in Management received top marks in these areas, among others: general study situation, interdisciplinary references within the course offerings, adequate participant numbers within the course.

The students were extremely satisfied with the international orientation of the course offerings, especially with regard to foreign language modules.

For the CHE Ranking, which is published every two years, students are asked to evaluate their university. The Bachelor in Management was included in the CHE ranking for the first time this year.

"The Bachelor in Management is listed in the CHE Ranking for the first time and occupies the top groups in all areas," says Prof. Dr. Andreas Kaplan, Rector of ESCP Business School Berlin. "This is a great success for us. With this study programme, we have met the expectations of high school graduates looking for a Bachelor's programme in the field of economics.

Good grades were also given in digital literacy. "Our Bachelor students were particularly affected by the Corona crisis," Andreas Kaplan continues. "The closure of the universities fell in their final weeks of the semester and in the examination phase. The switch to online teaching required a high degree of flexibility and creative solutions to enable students to graduate within the given time frame".

Statement by Andreas Kaplan: https://escp.eu/news/check-online-lehrbetrieb-nur-48-stunden

Find out more about the Bachelor in Management here: https://escpbachelorblog.com/

The CHE University Ranking

According to its own information, the university ranking by the Centre for Higher Education Development (CHE) is the most comprehensive and detailed ranking in the German-speaking world with around 120,000 students surveyed and more than 300 universities and universities of applied sciences examined. In addition to facts about studies, teaching, equipment and research, the ranking includes students' assessments of the study conditions at their university. Further information and results are available at: www.zeit.de/hochschulranking