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  • Computer Science, Department

    Fachbereich 06 Mathematik, Naturwissenschaften und Informatik

    • Wiesenstraße 14
    • D-35390 Gießen
    • Phone: +49 641 309-2300
  • Detailed information on examined courses:

  • COURSES WITHOUT DETAILED INFORMATION

    Further degree courses of the Department [?]
  • BASIC INFORMATION

    Total main subject students [?] 1370
    Percentage of teaching by practitioners [?]
    Practical Relevance [?] 5/11 Points
    Theses in cooperation with a corporation [?]
  • ENTRY PHASE

    Offers before studies - Score [?] 4/8 points
    Offers at start of studies - Score [?] 8/13 points
    Offers in the first year of studies - Score [?] 9/14 points
    Study entry phase - total [?]
  • RESULTS OF STUDY

    Graduations in appropriate time [?] 35,9 %
    Graduations in appropriate time Master [?]
  • INTERNATIONAL ORIENTATION

    International orientation [?] 4/11 points
    International orientation master [?] 7/11 Points
  • RESEARCH

    Third party funds per professor [?]
    PhDs granted in cooperation with universities [?]
  • STUDENT'S JUDGEMENTS (UNDERGRADUATE, PRESENCE-LEARNING)

    Support during initial phase of studies [?] 2,2
    Teacher support [?] 2,0
    Contact to students [?] 2,1
    Courses offered [?] 2,3
    Study organisation [?] 2,0
    Teachers [?] 2,1
    Job market preparation [?] 2,1
    Support during practical semester [?] 2,0
    Support for stays abroad [?] 1,7
    Rooms [?] 1,9
    Library [?] 1,5
    IT-infrastructure [?] 1,9
    Overall study situation [?] 2,0

Optical, quantum optical, atomic, molecular and plasma physics
Solid-state and materials physics
Astrophysics and astronomy
Surface physics and nanostructures
Particle physics
Statistical, chemical and polymer physics, biophysics, nonlinear dynamics
Legend: (S)=Students judgements; (F)=Facts; (P)=Professors judgements
Last update 2015: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.