A dual study course provides you with the best possible entry to the world of work and optimum possibilities for development. This form of education links theoretical and practical knowledge, thereby forming the perfect jumping-off point for your career. KUKA offers several dual study courses at Augsburg and Bremen.
In dual studies, you pick up practical experience on a continuous basis even while you are studying. Another advantage: your apprenticeship payment is governed by a collective-bargaining agreement. This means you do not have to look around for part-time work, instead you can concentrate fully on your studies – at the same time as training in key qualifications for practical work in the company.
One variant of dual studies is referred to as the co-operative education program. In this, you follow a university course which is combined with a full apprenticeship. At the end of the co-operative education program, you will be the proud holder of two valuable qualifications: a Bachelor’s degree and a graduation certificate from the Chamber of Industry and Commerce (CIC).
The duration and intensity of the dual study courses vary depending on where the training takes place, as it is governed by the federal state concerned. KUKA offers dual study courses at two sites: in Bavaria and Bremen. In Bavaria, the co-operative education program is completed in four and a half years, whereas in Bremen it takes 3.5 to four.
To matriculate on a co-operative education program at KUKA, you need to have a high school diploma or matriculation qualification for university of applied sciences.
On the subpages, you can read more about the various dual study courses at KUKA – this will give you all the information you need about the content of the academic courses and apprenticeships, as well as naming the points of contact.