IUBH Dual Studies
Get a university degree or start working directly? Our dual study programme gives you both: on a regular basis, our students switch between theoretical coursework on campus and practical work experience at their partner company. We currently offer this study model at twelve locations in Germany.
In small groups, our students receive a practical and comprehensive academic education in a friendly atmosphere. They are able to apply their newly acquired knowledge directly into practice at their workplace.
To ensure that everyone finds exactly the right company for the work component of the programme, we support all prospective students with the job application process and make use of our network with over 2,000 cooperating partners.
Diverse range of study programmes
Are you interested? Our bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes cover the areas of tourism, healthcare & social work, transport & logistics, business & management as well as human resources.
Your practice partner pays tuition fees
Best of all: you don’t have to pay. Your partner company pays the tuition fees for your degree programme, and as a master’s degree student, you even receive a minimum compensation of 1,200 Euros per month.
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