CHE Hochschulranking - Your opinion is important!

More than 100,000 students have given their opinion on the current CHE Hochschulranking to help future students decide. We are looking forward to you sharing your impressions at Ulm University.

Data protection

Participation in the survey is voluntary and anonymous. The password for accessing the online survey is randomly assigned and leaves no conclusions on your person. The Immatrikulationsamt or the student secretariat of your university did the addressing and sending of this e-mail. This way, the CHE will not know of your e-mail address.


The results of this year's surveys will be published in May of the coming year in the weekly newspaper DIE ZEIT, in the ZEIT study guide as well as online at (Here you can also see the re-sults from the previous years.) At some universities, data on the international university ranking U-Multirank are also listed, which provides corresponding information on a euro-wide basis, information and results to U-Multirank can be found at

Basic idea

The basic idea of the CHE Hochschulranking is that for every student interested in the choice of a suitable university different criteria are important. One is attracted a huge university with top research, others feel better at a small university of applied sciences with many internships in the area. Only those who choose from a wide range of information and can compare them according to their criteria can also make a good choice - that is our philosophy. Furthermore, we believe that the quality of a course of study cannot be measured in figures, data and facts alone. Those who can judge the quality of a course of study authentical-ly and fairly are those who are currently studying it. That's why we turn to you! We would like to ask you to assess various aspects of your studies in the following questionnaire honestly and fairly.


Answers to questions frequently asked by students can be found at In addi-tion, offers a wide range of information on the methodology, the rankings we perform, and the CHE.


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