DHBW offers job integrated learning (JIL) programs only. Job integrated learning (JIL) defines those work integrated learning (WIL) programs with compulsory internships, in which the student has to be employed by a single company during the complete duration of the study program and in which readings and internships are geared to maximize applied learning and the transfer of knowledge.  Therefore, the recruitment is exclusively done by the cooperative education partners, while the DHBW only has to verify the higher education entrance qualification. The three-year dual education program is divided into three-month phases alternating between the college and the cooperative education partner. The college phases provide traditional undergraduate education while the other phases provide insight and work experience in the field of the cooperative education partner. The dual education program operates on a non-stop, twelve-month schedule. Students are granted vacation days as stipulated in the three-year employment contract signed by the student and the cooperative education partner at the beginning of the program. First instalment on admission, remainder end of May – charges will be deducted from participants` bank accounts DHBW can help with organizing housing for the program participants. Accommodation is available in private rooms for approx.
EUR 350 per month. The key feature of the so-called dual study concept is that students regularly switch from their academic studies at the university to practical training at their workplace training provider, the so-called corporate partner. An internship during the BY program cannot be guaranteed but participants will be supported in the application process for an internship with our corporate partners. If you need a change, please bring the description of your course module. If so, please seek on-site advice. An Academic Advisor is available at many universities. Partner companies in the field of information technology are, e.g., SAP, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM, Atos and Accenture. Examples in engineering are Airbus, Siemens, Bosch, Freudenberg and Ziehl-Abegg.
The program is directed to foreign students with little or no knowledge of the French language. English language skills at B2 level are required. The descriptions of the module are available in the corresponding module manual: to do this, you need to present module descriptions for all selected courses. Based on these descriptions, we can check if a course, like. B “Money and Banking” at Providence Taiwan University, does include the contents in our 4th semester module manual (macroeconomics/currency). This new regulation also has an influence on the apprenticeship agreement. 1.Confirmation of the learning agreement by the host university: d) The presentation (at the course office at Mrs. Kling`s) of the Transcript of Records is also necessary for the recognition of your grades, i.e. in the original with signature/cachet of the host school. An electronic version or scan is not allowed.
You should submit this document as soon as possible after receipt. 3. Completion of the apprenticeship agreement, including all necessary signatures, in accordance with the student support (in the middle/end of the 3rd framework programme).