"By the way of its study programme, ...

... ZFH offers first-class professional further-education up to a fully valid university qualification for all those unable to physically attend university due to family commitments or a full-time activity.
I am very pleased that access to academic education has been opened up to this group of persons," says Boris Rhein, Hessen State Minister for Science and Art.

"The collaboration as part of ZFH is a great example ...

... of successful state-wide university co-operation. ZFH supports distance learners in three German states and in the process plays a key part in vocational further-education, life-long learning and accessibility to the education systems. By way of the wide-ranging study programme, those who are interested in taking a course but cannot physically attend university are given the opportunity to qualify for positions with job security. ZFH's programme also meets the increasing qualification requirements of companies and enterprises. I, therefore, consider ZFH to be an important supplement to the university landscape in the region in which Saarland prides itself in taking part," says Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, Minister President of Saarland.