Our quality promise
The Dresden School of Management as part of the SRH Berlin University of Applied Sciences offers you a range of excellent and internationally recognised degrees. Our university is state and institutionally accredited, internationally networked and has been awarded for its excellent teaching methods.
Institutionally reaccredited for 10 years
Universities are subjected to quality assurance by the Science Council at fixed intervals. This institutional accreditation proves whether a higher education institution provides services in research and teaching that meet recognised scientific standards.
For SRH Berlin University of Applied Sciences, which emerged in 2019 from the merger of the three already state-accredited Berlin SRH universities and the Dresden campus, the maximum achievable institutional re-accreditation currently applies with a duration of 10 years.
System-accredited university - Guarantee for highest quality
Since the 1st of October 2019, the SRH Berlin University of Applied Sciences, including its schools, has been system-accredited and bears the quality seal of the Accreditation Council. This certifies that the university meets the highest standards in teaching and learning. Students have the guarantee that planning, teaching and assessment are carried out according to certified processes.
As a system-accredited university, the SRH Berlin University of Applied Sciences is entitled to accredit its study programmes independently on the basis of an audited quality assurance system. This procedure replaces the programme accreditation previously used for study programmes.
Genius Loci Award for our teaching and learning model CORE
In 2018, the Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft (Donors' Association for the Promotion of Sciences and Humanities in Germany) and the Volkswagen Foundation honoured SRH's own teaching and learning model CORE with the Genius Loci Award, the only institutional award for excellent teaching in Germany.
With the CORE principle (Competence Oriented Research and Education), the SRH created a teaching and learning model in 2012 that is unique in Germany and based on scientific findings from learning and brain research: students work on a topic for five weeks - independently and in small groups, coached by lecturers. At the end of this period, they are tested to see if they can apply the skills they have learned: for example, in the form of fictitious company meetings, presentations or event concepts.