The accreditation of BachelorÂ’s and MasterÂ’s study courses is aimed at ensuring standards in terms of academic content and professional relevance that include checking the study course concept, whether the content is suitable for study, the quality of the teaching and the professional relevance. Accreditation is performed by decentral accreditation agencies. A central Accreditation Council (Akkreditierungsrat) ensures that accreditation follows reliable and transparent standards and also that, as part of accreditation, the concerns of the system as a whole, which are the responsibility of all LĂ¤nder, are taken into account.
|Quellenangabe der englischsprachigen Definition||Secretariat of the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and cultural affairs of the LĂ¤nder|
|Zuletzt geĂ¤ndert am||29.02.2012|