You can't decide whether you want to start an internship, an apprenticeship or a degree course?
Then the dual study programme might be perfect for you!
With a dual study programme, you can combine the advantages of an apprenticeship with the advantages of a scientific degree course. By combining phases of theoretical learning and practical training, which you spend alternately at the university of applied sciences and in a company, you can link your theoretical knowledge with specific professional requirements. This means you are not just gaining theoretical knowledge, but are learning to apply it in real life straightaway.
At the Ulm University of Applied Sciences we offer you two different models for a dual study programme: the Ulm Model study programme and the study programme with in-depth practical experience. In both cases, you will need a partner company which will accompany you throughout your dual study programme.
The Ulm Model study programme
With the Ulm Model study programme, you will study in parallel to doing an apprenticeship at a company of your choice. Phases of practical experience and theoretical study are spent alternately at the company and at the university of applied sciences. This enables you to combine your theoretical knowledge with specific professional requirements. In only nine semesters you will receive two full qualifications: an IHK-recognised apprenticeship and a Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.). There is no better way to the link theoretical knowledge with practical experience.
Study programme with in-depth practical experience
In the study programme with in-depth practical experience, you will supplement your degree course with phases of practical experience in a company – without increasing the duration of your course. Here the teaching content at the university of applied sciences is supplemented and combined with intensive practical experience in a company.
Phases spent at the university of applied sciences alternate with time spent in the company during lecture-free periods, so that the Bachelor's qualification contains almost 40% practical experience.