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Current CHE-ranking for Master's programs published <<

Software Technology master's course at HFT Stuttgart was evaluated in the recently published CHE ranking. In Baden-Württemberg the master program Software Technology even ranks first in the category "General Study Situation”.
For Baden Württemberg - on federal state level - the English-language Software Technology course reached first place. With a score of 1.5 in the national wide category “general study situation”, the study program achieved third-place among all computer science master's courses at universities of applied sciences (HAW).

"Not unexpectedly, we are among the leaders in the field of "International Orientation". The category "Support during studies" offers in fact potential for improvement in the area of library access and learning space but with a score of 1.9 it ranked better than the other HAWs in Baden-Württemberg" commented Prof. Dr. Marcus Deininger, Dean of Studies on the CHE results. “Basically, the result confirms that with this international course of studies we created an attractive offer for students from Germany and abroad”.
This statement is confirmed by the following comment from a participant within the scope of the survey: "...The University is way more than my expectation. The faculties are very friendly and encouraging. I do have a perfect study environment and the infrastructure is really good for the international students. I am recommending my friends to join this course. Thanks HFT Stuttgart for giving me this opportunity."

The students need for better learning spaces have already been recognized by the university. From summer semester 2019 onwards, multifunctional workstations will be set up for students.

For prospective students, the next possible start for the Software Technology Master's program is the winter term 2019/20. Applications must be submitted to the university by May 2nd 2019.

Contact for questions:
Prof. Dr. Marcus Deininger (marcus.deininger@hft-stuttgart.de)