Alice Salomon - University of Applied Sciences in Berlin (Germany)
The University Alice Salomon (Alice Salomon Hochschule - ASH ) has a long tradition of teaching in the fields of Social Work, Health and Education, with a strong influence on the development and visibility of these sectors in Germany.
Founded in 1908, today it has approximately 3.100 students studying in the fields of social work (1800), health and education of early childhood. By deeply focusing on teaching theory and practice and research, the University has always given great importance to interdisciplinary and attention to internationality and diversity. ASH Berlin aims to high-level education and training as a key factor for its students success.
Through its internal system of quality management, regular evaluations of teaching and a dynamic debate among all members of the university, ASH promotes the active participation of all its associates members. In this way, it is inspiring of a climate of learning and education for its students, its teaching and administrative staff, ranging from the national to the international level. Since 2007, ASH Berlin has also been certified as a family-friendly institution of higher education, in line with its efforts to ensure sustainable improvement in the compatibility of studies, career and family for its students and its teaching, research and administrative personnel.
Social justice is one of the crucial principles of this institution, which is intensely committed to gaining a transparent and flexible educational process. Through various mentoring programs, both within and outside the university, and thanks to a well-proven practice of achievement and recognition of credits, ASH Berlin promotes equality of opportunity and justice education, as a fundamental basis to train future generations to multiculturalism..
Reference website: www.ash-berlin.eu