Simply top: Export-oriented Management
Above-average marks - with a school grade of 1.6 or higher - have been awarded to the following categories, among others: the general study situation, support from lecturers, the organisation of studies, the range of courses on offer, support during the studies, examinations, offers for career orientation, practical relevance, support for studying abroad, rooms, IT infrastructure as well as support at the beginning of studies and international orientation.
Particularly noteworthy is the category international orientation, where the programme earned nine out of twelve possible points. The international orientation of the bachelor degree programme Export-oriented Management is particularly promoted by the possibility of spending a semester abroad at one of the more than 140 partner universities and by the internship semester, which must be completed at an internship provider of your choice abroad. The many international students and lecturers also contribute to the international flair of the programme.
"I am very proud of the great result of the CHE university ranking. In addition to the wide-ranging fundamentals of business administration, students have the opportunity to set their own priorities in their studies," says Christopher Schwand, programme director of Export-oriented Management.
Export careers start in Krems
Since the export industry is often referred to as the engine of economic growth, the students of the programme are prepared to adapt to rapidly developing, highly competitive markets. Even in difficult times, experts must be equipped to work internationally sensitised and successfully.
The bachelor degree programme Export-oriented Management is aimed at students who are particularly interested in international business relations and are open-minded about other cultures. With its sound business management knowledge and expertise in the field of international relations, the programme prepares students to successfully deal with partners from all over the world.
"The excellent rating in the CHE university ranking confirms the very good work and satisfaction of the team. We are continuously evolving and thus achieve a high quality in our studies and teaching. Thanks to the close cooperation with our business partners and the practice-oriented education, almost all doors are open to our students after graduation, both at home and abroad", adds Ulrike Prommer, CEO of IMC Krems.
About the CHE university ranking
The university ranking of the Centrums für Hochschulentwicklung is the most comprehensive and detailed ranking in the German-speaking world. More than 120,000 students' and 3,000 lecturers' assessments were incorporated into the current ranking. In addition to these assessments, facts about faculties and courses of study are also included in the CHE ranking.
In the area of export management, the opinions of students of the master degree programme International Business and Export Management are also incorporated. The complete evaluation of the study programmes of IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems is available at ZEIT CAMPUS: https://ranking.zeit.de/che/de/hochschule/1031