Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design - Dual Study Course (B.Eng.) (Intensive Course)

General

For those who still have no vocational training, the dual course of Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design (Dual Study Course) is offered as an alternative to the course ‘Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design’. In 8 semesters you can attain a bachelor university degree and the completion of vocational training. This dual study course is identical to the degree course "Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design”. Thus, in the later semesters of study you can specialize in content:

  • Focus on mechanical engineering with plant engineering, design and production technology or
  • Focus on product development and design.

This course requires goal-oriented work, since in addition to the full course duration of 4 years also a complete vocational training with an exam at the Chamber of Commerce is also integrated. However, you are already employed in the partner company and will be prepared for focus orientated emphasis on your future career. As a condition for enrolment is evidence of a contract with a partner company, direct application to the company is the first step toward commencement of this course. The company therefore will always select their students independently.

Course Progression

In the dual study course with a duration of 8 semesters, the days of vocational training are integrated in the 1st and 6th semester as well as in the time between terms. The final thesis will be completed in the partner company. Students of the dual study course must have a training contract with a partner company and start with an established company training phase.

1. Semester
on the job training, chamber of commerce intermediate examination

2. - 5. Semester
mechanics, mathematics, physics, engineering, production engineering, ...

6. Semester
on the job training, chamber of commerce final examination

7. Semester
CAD, control engineering, operations management,

8. Semester
specialization: power and working machines, FEM, design project ... and bachelor thesis


By choosing this course you have already decided on a company:  because the company has invested in your training and has long-term personnel planning in mind, you will surely be given excellent career opportunities there. It will also offer you though, the same variety of occupational vacancies on offer to students in the related degree course "Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design": construction, design of plants, research and development, manufacturing, marketing and sales of technical products.

Course Schedule (pdf - in German):

Professional Profile

The bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering & Industrial Design gives you access to a broad professional field: construction of products and design of plants/facilities, research and development, planning and implementation of production, quality assurance, sales and marketing of technical products. Precisely this diversity of disciplines of mechanical engineering will be shown to offer you in your later professional life a large choice of possibilities: with direct access to a career but also an attractive academic continuation to your master!

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  • Abschluss: Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) und in der Partnerfirma Berufsabschluss zum Facharbeiter

  • Nähere Informationen: Eine Alternative zum Studiengang "Maschinenbau und Design" für Interessenten, die noch keine Berufsausbildung haben: der duale Studiengang Maschinenbau und Design (Studium im Praxisverbund). In 8 Semestern erreichen Sie einen Bachelor-Hochschulgrad und den Abschluss einer Berufsausbildung. Dieser duale Studiengang ist inhaltlich identisch mit dem Studiengang "Maschinenbau und Design".
  • Typ: Studium im Praxisverbund, duales Studium: kombiniert Studium und Berufsausbildung

  • Regelstudienzeit: 8 Semester sowie eine vorgelagerte betriebliche Ausbildungsphase

  • Fachbereich: Technik

  • Studienort: Emden

  • Studienbeginn: Sommer- und Wintersemester

  • Bewerbungsschluss: 15. März für das Sommersemester, 30. September für das Wintersemester

  • Zulassungsbeschränkung: nein

  • Frühere NC-Werte: -

  • Vorpraktikum: nein

  • Zugangsvoraussetzungen: Fachhochschulreife oder allgemeine Hochschulreife oder fachgebundene Hochschulreife oder eine dem gewählten Studiengang entsprechende praktische Ausbildung mit besonderer Qualifikation sowie der Abschluss eines Studienvertrages mit einer Partnerfirma.
    Jede Firma kann Partner im Praxisverbund werden, wenn sie bereit ist, einer Studienbewerberin/einem Studienbewerber diese Ausbildung zu ermöglichen.

  • Ordnungen (Prüfungs-, Studienordnungen, usw.)

  • Flyer

  • Modulhandbuch

  • Vorbereitungskurs Mathematik

  • Anmerkungen: Der Studiengang ist akkreditiert.