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If you have specific questions, please contact our programme managers in charge of a Technical Committee and for the implementation of accreditation procedures.
The ASIIN General Criteria describe
The ASIIN General Criteria are subject to critical review on a regular basis and adapted to current developments and results from accreditation practice.
The version in force at the time of the beginning of the accreditation procedure – the signing of the contract of the procedure – is the version to be applied.
These General Criteria apply to accreditation procedures for an individual degree programme and for clusters of degree programmes (cluster procedure).
The ASIIN Requirements and Procedural Principles are complemented by Subject-specific Criteria (SSC) for the individual disciplines, which are published in separate documents. These are also revised on a regular basis and published in their most current version on this website. The SSC are only applicable for the ASIIN seal for degree programmes and subject-specific seals based on it. The SSC are not used for the award of the seal of the German Accreditation Council in Germany.
TC 01 - Mechanical Engineering and Process Engineering
TC 02 - Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
TC 03 - Civil Engineering, Surveying and Architecture
TC 04 - Informatics / Computer Science
TC 05 - Physical Technologies, Materials and Process Engineering
TC 06 - Industrial Engineering
TC 07 - Business Informatics / Information Systems
TC 08 - Agronomy, Nutritional Science and Landscape Architecture
TC 09 - Chemistry
TC 10 - Biosciences
TC 11 - Geosciences / Geography
TC 12 - Mathematics
TC 13 - Physics
Below, you will also find complementary information on the Subject-specific Criteria of our cooperation partner ASAP, the German Association for the Accreditation of Degree Programmes in Architecture and Planning (Akkreditierungsverbund für Studiengänge der Architektur und Planung). These provisions are not part of the ASIIN Requirements and Procedural Principles. They are an external information source about the expectations of the expert community to the degree programmes in architecture and planning.