with a focus on chemistry and process engineering
with a focus on electrical engineering
for Mechanical Engineering
for Electrical Engineering
What is a dual study program?
The dual study program involves parallel vocational training alongside studies at a university.
The students conclude an apprenticeship contract with us and undertake to complete apprenticeship at our company during the lecture-free period.
Students receive a monthly allowance spread over the entire duration of their time of training.
A high level of motivation is a requirement.
Advantage: dual studies
Vocational training forms a “secure” basis for further development
Financial basis, no need for part-time work to finance studies
Practical orientation instead of theory cramming
Improved career opportunities
Procedure at the company and university
1st year: In-company apprenticeship including vocational school instruction
2nd year: Studies at Trier University of Applied Sciences (winter semester)
From this point on, there are no classes at the vocational school
During the lecture-free period, there are further parts of the in-company training as well as the IHK intermediate examination. The IHK final examination takes place at the beginning of the fourth year or the fifth semester of university studies.
Special practical relevance: implementation of study projects, practical and bachelor thesis in the training company
After the total training period, students have two degrees:
Electronics Technician for industrial engineering, construction mechanic, etc. (depending on the course of study)
Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng.)
If you would like to work actively in our team, we look forward to receiving your application.