Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg

Dual study Bachelor’s degree – Neckarsulm

The combination of theory and practical company experience in an educational program offers a number of advantages. In particular, this includes a real-life setting, a short term of studies and the opportunity to take a responsible position at Audi directly after graduation. You will also benefit from an extensive personal support, learn how to work independently and receive a financial assistance throughout your course of study.

What you can expect

Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) has been successfully educating students for more than 40 years. As it is an accredited university, your degree is guaranteed to be nationally and internationally recognized. With 34,000 students and appx. 10,000 cooperating companies throughout Germany, DHBW is among the largest universities in the state of Baden-Württemberg.

The course of study alternates between 12-week classroom programs at the respective campus of DHBW and 12-week practical sessions at our Neckarsulm and Ingolstadt sites. During the practical sessions, you will rotate through various departments of our company and familiarize yourself with AUDI AG. The program is tailored to each student; for instance, a practical session in a foreign country can be included. You will also complete projects independently. After three years, the course of study ends with a bachelor’s thesis. We prepare you for a seamless integration into the working world by assigning you a mentor and providing you with focused, cooperative management of your practical sessions.

Fields of study offered

Working together with different sites of Duale Hochschule Baden Württemberg Audi is offering the following programs:

Electrical engineering – vehicle electronics, e-mobility and alternative drive systems / embedded IT

Bachelor of Engineering (m/f/x)

 

To compete on an international scale, more powerful products must be developed and improved at a faster pace and with a higher quality — without neglecting our responsibility to people and the environment. Technical progress in current developments, such as autonomous driving and connected cars, depends heavily on electronics and information technology.

Exemplary schedule ​| DHBW Ravensburg, Campus Friedrichshafen

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Mechanical engineering – design/development – lightweight design

Bachelor of Engineering (m/f/x)

 

Today’s engineers face particular challenges in mechanical engineering. The innovation cycles are becoming shorter, and the complexity of systems is increasing in vehicle engineering and design. Moreover, designers must meet a rising number of customer’s expectations in terms of the safety and efficiency of modern vehicles, while resources are becoming ever scarcer.

Exemplary schedule ​| DHBW Ravensburg, Campus Friedrichshafen

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Engineering: Automotive Systems Engineering

Bachelor of Engineering (m/f/x)  

Today’s engineers face particular challenges in mechanical engineering. For example, innovation cycles in vehicle development and design are becoming shorter, while the level of system complexity is increasing. Technological change and developments in the field of information technology play a major part in the process.

Exemplary schedule ​| DHBW Ravensburg, Campus Friedrichshafen

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Mechanical Engineering, Process Engineering

Bachelor of Engineering (m/f/x)

New drive systems are gaining importance due to climate change and the resulting obligation for car manufacturers to reduce carbon emissions. The development of fuel cells is playing a major role here. This course of study teaches the knowledge required for this, including chemistry as well as thermal, mechanical and chemical process engineering.

Exemplary schedule ​| DHBW Mannheim

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Mechatronics

Bachelor of Engineering (m/f/x)

 

Mechatronics is the ideal connection between the traditional fields of study of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and information technology. In light of the fact that technical progress is characterized by the ever-increasing integration and miniaturization of mechanical and electrical elements coupled with programmable “intelligence,” the field of mechatronics has now taken on a role of outstanding importance.

Exemplary schedule ​| DHBW Mosbach, Technic

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Mechatronics – electric mobility

Bachelor of Engineering (m/f/x)

 

Climate change and the related obligations of vehicle manufacturers to reduce CO2 emissions have put the electrification of drive trains and electric mobility in the spotlight. Electric mobility refers to both vehicles with only an electric motor and hybrid versions. The interdisciplinary course of study includes mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and computer science.

Exemplary schedule ​| DHBW Mannheim

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Business informatics

Bachelor of Science (m/f/x)

 

The development dynamics of information technology influence companies in all sectors, including car manufacturers. It’s not uncommon for a process to be computer-aided, something that one might not expect at first glance. Business informatics deals with all the essential aspects of communication and information systems in companies. It is also concerned with the analysis of data and its use in a business context to develop new, or improve existing, business models.

The role of Business Informatics graduates is to analyse and optimise operational processes. For a holistic analysis, processes need to be considered from both an information technology and a business perspective. This course of study is offered with different specialisations.

Exemplary schedule ​| DHBW Mosbach, Economic Studies

1 page, EN

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Business Engineering – International Production and Logistics

Bachelor of Engineering (m/w/d)

 

Decisive success factors for companies are technical innovation and economic performance – and that’s true for Audi too. Business engineers know and understand the mindsets and methods of business economists and engineers. Through their ability to deal with both complex technical and commercial issues, business engineers are essential for optimising procurement and production processes.

Exemplary schedule ​| DHBW Mosbach, Technic

1 page, EN

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Requirement profile

  • High-school diploma with an average grade of “good” or better
  • Technical programs require proof of physics courses up to High-school diploma level
  • Good written and spoken English
  • Technical knowledge and interest
  • Ability to work both independently and in a team
  • Willingness to work at different locations during school and after graduation

Application

The application period for entry to the winter semester 2021/2022 has already expired. The application period for the winter semester 2022/2023 will be announced here shortly.

The most important questions answered right away

How many places are available at Audi on the DHBW degree course?

Each year we offer around 18 places which are divided between different dual universities with their respective degree courses.

Can I also study my chosen degree course with Audi at another university?

The degree courses offered, and the university partnerships are continuously reviewed and aligned to the requirements of AUDI AG. Studying at other universities is therefore unfortunately not possible.

Do I also have to apply to the university?

No, if we enter into a study contract with you, we will also enrol you at our partner campus at Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW). We have already reserved places there in advance.

How do the practical assignments work?

In the degree course, 12-week periods of studying theory at the relevant DHBW campus alternate with 12-week work experience periods at our Neckarsulm and Ingolstadt sites. During your work experience stage, you will pass through different departments of our company, thereby getting to know AUDI AG. This departmental schedule is worked out individually for all students; it may, for example, include a work placement abroad. You will also have the opportunity of implementing projects independently.

Which department will take me on after my dual-degree course?

The departments are involved in our selection process, so it is already decided at the start of your degree where your journey with Audi will take you. You will receive initial information about the different departments when you attend the assessment centre.

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