Students and their academic success are at the centre of our quality management and the strategic focus of ASH Berlin. This is guided by the university’s Mission Statement and quality targets. Both of these documents were developed through a participatory, university-wide process.
In addition to ensuring the quality of studies, research and teaching, emphasis is placed on striking a balance between work and other areas of life for all members of the university. The university actively cultivates an environment that enables people to combine family life and work without any hindrances caused by barriers of any kind.
Students are involved in research projects and are given the knowledge and opportunity to conduct independent research to doctoral level. The university strives to increase the percentage of female academics in research and teaching to the employee and student ratios in these fields of work and to ensure the next generation of academics.
ASH Berlin is committed to creating flexible education pathways and improving the quality of studies and teaching.
More Information: ASH-IQ (page only available in German)
How should study programmes be designed to provide students with the subject-related and social skills they require for a successful career and scope for personal growth? What conditions need to be created for interdisciplinary research, relevance to practice, international experience, gender equality and a family-friendly environment?
The teaching and administrative staff at ASH Berlin work together to ensure and continually develop the high quality of teaching, research and services at the university.
ASH Berlin supports all members of the university in taking social responsibility for their families. The “family unit” is considered as all of the people that employees and students have a close connection with and with whom they share solidarity and care: relatives, parents, spouses, non-marital and/or same-sex partners, members of patchwork families with biological and non-biological children.
In order to sustainably develop the compatibility of studying, work and family life for students and employees in teaching, research and administration, ASH Berlin successfully underwent auditing from 2007 to 2016 and multiple re-audits to be awarded the “Audited family-friendly university” certificate. Since 2016 ASH Berlin has been a member of the best practice club „Familie in the university“.
ASH Berlin supports people with disabilities, chronic illnesses and/or mental impairment with their studies.
“alice gesund” develops initiatives and concepts for promoting health in the following areas:
Examples of programmes and initiatives
Further information on health management