August 27, 2017 / Lisa Pietrzyk

Study programmes are accredited

The Bachelor as well as the Master study programme “Simulation Technology“ were system accredited in the framework of the Stuttgart Evaluation Model in July 2017.

As early as 2012 the study programmes at the University of Stuttgart were system accredited. After undergoing the review process, the Vice-Rector for Teaching and Continuing Education, Professor Cathleen Kantner, has now officially confirmed the continued accreditation of the study programme “Simulation Technology“.

The comprehensive evaluation model at the University of Stuttgart took into account the didactic quality of the lectures, the interaction between lectures, learning success as well as the workload. A positive evaluation was also given to the quality of the study programme as well as the overall offer of teaching and studies. The supporting offers, such as, for example, advice possibilities and the service provided by the Examination Office were likewise reviewed. 

The Swiss Accreditation Agency AAQ checked the quality assurance system of the University of Stuttgart when performing the system accreditation. With its successful assessment, the study programmes positively evaluated by the university are considered accredited. 

About the study programme

Since 2010, the six-semester Bachelor’s study programme has offered its maximum 30 students per class a wide-ranging, basic education. The excellence study programme gives students insight into how the different disciplines interrelate. In the Master’s study programme, since 2013 Bachelor’s degree holders can continue their education and specialize in defined application fields. The research-oriented Master of Science creates an outstanding foundation for follow-on doctoral studies. Both levels address all fields that matter in simulation technology: Mathematics, Engineering science, Computer science, and Natural science.


Maren Paul

Maren Paul

Coordinator Study Programmes, Junior Academy

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