• Marian Mühlberg is studying computer science at Nuremberg Tech as a degree programme with intensive in-company training
  • Theresa Rothmeier is studying mechanical engineering at Nuremberg Tech in the form of academic studies combined with vocational training
  • Karin Edel is studying mechanical engineering at Nuremberg Tech in the form of academic studies combined with vocational training
  • Razvan Matis is studying electrical engineering and information technology at Nuremberg Tech in the form of academic studies combined with vocational training
  • Jasmin Holzbecher is studying mechatronics/precision engineering under the I.C.S. funding model

Key facts

Would you like to study and immediately put the knowledge you have gained into practice? Do you want financial security during your studies and are you prepared to invest a great deal of energy in your degree programme? Then the dual study options offered by Nuremberg Tech are the ideal choice for you!

  • Dual study options allow you to combine a university degree with either vocational training (=academic studies combined with vocational training) or with intensive practical phases within a company (=degree programme with intensive in-company training).

  • There is a great deal of emphasis on practical experience, since students alternate between study phases and phases of operational practice.

  • At Nuremberg Tech, you can choose from a diverse range of degree programmes that you can follow as a dual study option.

  • We already work with more than 300 partner companies .

 

Click here to learn more about the benefits offered by dual study options and the prerequisites that you should meet in order to participate.

Partner companies

Our database of companies that Nuremberg Tech is already working with will show you the companies that are suitable for each of the degree programmes.