Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg (DHBW) Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University

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www.dhbw.de

Models, organisation, perspectives

Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg (DHBW)

Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University

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AGENDA

DHBW: Key Features of Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg

Dual Studies: How Does It Work?

DHBW Success Factors

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3 DHBW Heidenheim DHBW Karlsruhe DHBW Lörrach DHBW Mannheim DHBW Mosbach

with Campus Bad Mergentheim and Campus Heilbronn

DHBW Ravensburg

with Campus Friedrichshafen

DHBW Stuttgart

with Campus Horb

DHBW Villingen-Schwenningen

 approx. 34,000 students (out of total 330,000 students in Baden-Wuerttemberg)

BADEN-WUERTTEMBERG COOPERATIVE STATE UNIVERSITY

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3 COLLEGES – ALLOCATION OF STUDENTS

Social work studies 6%

Business 62%

Engineering 32%

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3 COLLEGES – STUDY PROGRAMMES

Electrical Engineering Computer Science Mechanical Engineering Mechatronics …..

College of

Business

College of

Engineering

College of

Social Work Studies

Business Administration

Accounting, Taxation, and Commercial Law

Business Information Systems Media International Business Management ….. Social Management

Social Work in the Health Care Sector

Care and Rehabilitation

…..

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KEY FEATURES OF BADEN-WUERTTEMBERG

COOPERATIVE STATE UNIVERSITY (DHBW)

Dual Study Programmes: first university in Germany to integrate academic studies and work experience

Partner companies are active members

High success rate (90 – 95%)

Short study period of only 3 years

Studies in small groups

Financial independence

Lecturers from research and practice

High employability upon graduation (placement rate: 85 – 95%)

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KEY FEATURES OF BADEN-WUERTTEMBERG

COOPERATIVE STATE UNIVERSITY (DHBW)

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Integration of students in work teams and conflict resolution

Students’ ability to communicate and cooperate as well as to work under own initiative

Organisational structure according to U.S. State University Model

Cooperative research

Practice-oriented executive master degree programmes

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DUAL STUDIES – HOW DOES IT WORK?

Theoretical knowledge

6 x 12 weeks of intensive studies at one of the 12 locations and

campuses of the DHBW

Practical experience

6 x 12 weeks of practical qualification in one of over 9.000 partner companies or social institutions

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THE PROGRESS OF STUDIES

- Bachelor and Master Programmes -

A-Levels Abitur Selection process of partner companies / Admission T

P T

P Bachelor of Arts (B. A.) Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng.) Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.) Job Executive Master Degree Programmes Job Practice   Theory      

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FACTORS OF SUCCESS

Best graduates of the German school system study at DHBW

(Empirical study of University of Tuebingen)

DHBW graduates are promoted to executive positions earlier than other graduates

(IBM study on career opportunities)

Within the age bracket of 31- to 40-year old employees DHBW graduates earn on average the highest salaries

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TESTIMONIALS OF PARTNERS AND ALUMNI

“For STIHL, dual studies have been an essential part of the education of

qualified experts and executives for many years. During their study

programme, the graduates familiarise themselves with the processes and structures at STIHL and can take over superior functions immediately after finishing their studies.”

Dr. Michael Prochaska

Member of the Executive Board of Andreas Stihl AG & Co. KG

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TESTIMONIALS OF PARTNERS AND ALUMNI

“We are able to recruit highly qualified young professionals that meet our

current and future staffing requirements. During their practical training the

students add value to the company and develop a commitment for Porsche. The excellent internal network and the

profound know-how of business

processes allows us to offer our students highly attractive positions when they

graduate.”

Thomas Edig

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DEVELOPMENT OF PARTNER COMPANIES 1974 – 2013

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DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS 1974 – 2013

0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 1974 1979 1984 1989 1994 1999 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 ca. 34,000 students

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DHBW’s INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIONS

Kanada (3) USA (30) Mexiko (3) Kolumbien (5) Ecuador (3) Chile (2) Brasilien (1) Peru (1) Costa Rica (1) Argentinien (1) Südafrika (4) Ägypten (1) Indonesien (4) Singapur (1) Thailand (2) Australien (8) China (9) Japan (1) Südkorea (2) Taiwan (1) Portugal (5) Spanien (17) Schweiz (4) Frankreich (22) Belgien (3) Irland (3) United Kingdom (15) Niederlande (8) Dänemark (7) Norwegen (1) Schweden (1) Finnland (7) Russland (9) Estland (1) Lettland (3) Litauen (4) Island (1) Georgien (2) Weißrussland (1) Österreich (1) Polen (8) Ukraine (1) Rumänien (5) Türkei (8) Italien (5) Slowenien(2) Serbien (3) Ungarn (5) Slowakei (1) Bulgarien (1) Tschechien (2) Neuseeland (2)

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OPPORTUNITIES OF INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

1. Student and Faculty Exchange

2. „Study-abroad internship tandem“ 3. Short-term programmes for students

in Baden-Wuerttemberg and abroad

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