Dual Studies under the Ulm Model for Bachelor of Engineering
In cooperation with the Ulm University of Applied Sciences you have the opportunity to graduate with two degress within 4.5 years. You can graduate in two different vocational training programmes, e.g. as Industrial Mechanic or Automotive Mechatronic Technician. For the upcoming study phase beginning at 01 September 2019, we offer the possibility to focus on Automotive Engineering. This dual study programme focuses on the design, development and testing of all kinds of vehicles.
- General University of Applied Sciences entrance qualification ("Fachhochschulreife") or Abitur (Baccalaureate)
- You are interested in technical topics
- Good logical reasoning
- Technical visualisation skills
Beginning and length of training
The curriculum begins on September 1. In 4.5 years you'll receive two degrees - a Bachelor of Engineering and integrated vocational training as an Industrial Mechanic or Automotive Mechatronic Technician.
Vocational school / university
Hochschule Ulm (University of Applied Sciences)
Course of training
Training and work activities at the company combine with curriculum at the university to produce an optimum intermeshing of theory and practice.
You will receive financial support for the entire duration of your studies. Because of the international orientation of our company, study abroad in Italy or France is possible.
After completing your studies you will have excellent employment prospects. We can offer you assignments throughout the entire area of Development as well as in Back-Office at the interface between Construction and Sales.
Continuing education opportunities
After successfully completing your studies you can also take advantage of internal and external continuing education programmes.
How to apply
We will accept applications for training positions from July 31 until September 30. Interested candidates should send their complete application materials with current grades and recommendations
by e-mail to:
or by surface post to:
Human Resources - Gerhard Strobel