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Dual studies


Study and get a taste of practical experience at the same time? That's possible, even wonderful. A dual study program combines theory and practice in an ideal way. Our study programs at a glance:

Our study programmes at a glance

The dual study programme at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) in Stuttgart combines academic studies with practical experience in a company (= dual partner).


In each academic year, it is divided into theoretical phases at the Cooperative State University, Faculty of Business and Economics, and practical phases at LAPP. Due to the variety, students benefit not only from the transfer of theoretical knowledge, but also from direct application in practice (= practice-integrated studies).


The business administration degree programme, specialising in service management with a focus on logistics and supply chain management, enables students who have successfully completed the degree programme to work in a wide range of positions in all functional areas - such as controlling, scheduling, logistics, marketing, sales - in medium-sized and large logistics service companies, as well as in industrial and trading companies.


The programme lasts three years and concludes with the internationally recognised academic degree 'Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)'. The performance assessment in the Bachelor's programme at DHBW is based on the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).


The study programme at the DHBW is modularised. More information on this can be found on the study portal.


What makes you stand out

  • Very good to good Abitur or Fachhochschulreife (in this case: + aptitude test)
  • Very good to good German and English language skills
  • Ability to express yourself orally and in writing and good spelling skills
  • Willingness to make contact and communication skills
  • Concentrated and careful work
  • Independent way of working
  • Analytical and solution-oriented thinking
  • Sense of responsibility
  • Flexibility
  • Commitment, willingness to help and ability to work in a team
  • Ability to take criticism (active/passive) and willingness to change


These are good reasons for #LAPP as a dual partner

  • Value-oriented family business & global player
  • Regular change of department (relevant to studies)
  • Regular feedback meetings (self-perception/perception of others)
  • Training weeks (introductory training week incl. team training, advanced training week, final training week)
  • Assignment abroad [prerequisite: average grade of at least 2.4 (DHBW)].
  • Room for own ideas and commitment
  • Compensation and getting together, including: own trainee break room, use of LAPP's leisure and sports facilities, participation in the LAPP Group's annual 'International Football and Volleyball Tournament', joint visit to the 'Stuttgart Spring Festival' and the 'Cannstatter Wasen', LAPP Christmas Market
  • Modern company restaurant with seasonal & regional offers, incl. breakfast service
  • Good public transport connections via the 'Lapp Kabel' tram stop (U12)
  • Flexible working hours
  • Holiday entitlement of 30 days per year
  • Voluntary social benefits and allowances (meal allowance/travel expenses)
  • Holiday and Christmas bonus
  • Payment of participation fees for DHBW pre-course in mathematics
  • Payment of fees/contributions at the DHBW (administration costs/student union contribution, lecture notes)
  • Assumption of costs for books/teaching materials (compulsory reading at DHBW)
  • Bonus with successful (very good - good) completion of the dual study programme

Positions start 09/2024 already filled.

The dual study programme at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) in Stuttgart combines academic studies with practical experience in a company (= dual partner).

In each academic year, it is divided into theoretical phases at the Cooperative State University, Faculty of Business and Economics, and practical phases at LAPP. Due to the variety, students benefit not only from the transfer of theoretical knowledge, but also from direct application in practice (= practice-integrated studies).


The business administration degree programme, specialising in service management with a focus on media, sales and communication, combines media, sales competence and business know-how at the highest level and enables graduates to implement current trends in market and communication research - under the conditions of a VUKA world (volatility | uncertainty | complexity | ambiguity) - directly in their daily professional reality. Fields of activity include consulting, controlling, marketing, human resources, project management, quality management and sales.


The programme lasts three years and concludes with the internationally recognised academic degree 'Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)'. The performance assessment in the Bachelor's programme at DHBW is based on the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).

The study programme at the DHBW is modularised. Further information can be found on the study portal.

What makes you stand out

  • Very good to good Abitur or Fachhochschulreife (in this case: + aptitude test)
  • Very good to good German and English language skills
  • IT affinity [= interest in information technology (hardware/software/IT services)]
  • Strong interest in using social media platforms, at best already existing social media knowledge
  • Ability to express yourself orally and in writing and good spelling skills
  • Willingness to communicate and good communication skills
  • Concentrated and careful work
  • Independent way of working
  • Analytical and solution-oriented thinking
  • Sense of responsibility
  • Flexibility
  • Commitment, willingness to help and ability to work in a team
  • Ability to take criticism (active/passive) and willingness to change

These are good reasons for #LAPP as a dual partner

  • Value-oriented family business & global player
  • Regular change of department (relevant to studies)
  • Regular feedback meetings (self-perception/perception of others)
  • Training weeks (introductory training week, advanced training week, final training week)
  • Assignment abroad [prerequisite: average grade of at least 2.4 (DHBW)].
  • Room for own ideas and commitment
  • Compensation and getting together, including: own trainee break room, use of LAPP's leisure and sports facilities, participation in the annual 'International Football and Volleyball Tournament' of the LAPP group, joint visit to the 'Stuttgarter'.
  • group, joint visit to the 'Stuttgart Spring Festival' and the 'Cannstatter Wasens', LAPP Christmas market
  • Modern company restaurant with seasonal & regional offers, incl. breakfast service
  • Good public transport connections via the 'Lapp Kabel' tram stop (U12)
  • Flexible working hours
  • Holiday entitlement of 30 days per year
  • Voluntary social benefits and allowances (meal allowance/travel expenses)
  • Holiday and Christmas bonus
  • Payment of participation fees for DHBW pre-course in mathematics
  • Payment of fees/contributions at the DHBW (administration costs/student union contribution, lecture notes)
  • Assumption of costs for books/teaching materials (compulsory reading at DHBW)
  • Bonus for successful (very good - good) completion of the dual study programme
Apply now for the start 09/2024!

The dual study programme at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) in Stuttgart combines academic studies with practical experience in a company (= dual partner).

In each academic year, it is divided into theoretical phases at the Cooperative State University, Faculty of Business and Economics, and practical phases at LAPP. Due to the variety, students benefit not only from the transfer of theoretical knowledge, but also from direct application in practice (= practice-integrated studies).

Upon successful completion of the degree programme in Business Administration, Digital Business Management, students have access to a wide range of activities in all functional areas of a company in which digital technologies and systems are increasingly used in business processes. Due to their IT-related basic knowledge, they are able to accompany digital transformation processes competently in business management.

The programme lasts three years and concludes with the internationally recognised academic degree 'Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)'. The performance assessment in the Bachelor's programme at DHBW is based on the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).

The study programme at the DHBW is modularised. Further information can be found on the study portal.

What makes you stand out

  • Very good to good Abitur or Fachhochschulreife (in this case: + aptitude test)
  • Very good to good German and English language skills
  • IT affinity [= interest in information technology (hardware/software/IT services)]
  • Ability to express yourself orally and in writing and good spelling skills
  • Willingness to make contact and communication skills
  • Concentrated and careful work
  • Independent way of working
  • Analytical and solution-oriented thinking
  • Sense of responsibility
  • Flexibility
  • Commitment, willingness to help and ability to work in a team
  • Ability to take criticism (active/passive) and willingness to change

These are good reasons for #LAPP as a dual partner

  • Value-oriented family business & global player
  • Regular change of department (relevant to studies)
  • Regular feedback meetings (self-perception/perception of others)
  • Training weeks (introductory training week, advanced training week, final training week)
  • Assignment abroad [prerequisite: average grade of at least 2.4 (DHBW)].
  • Room for own ideas and commitment
  • Compensation and getting together, including: own trainee break room, use of LAPP's leisure and sports facilities, participation in the LAPP Group's annual 'International Football and Volleyball Tournament', joint visit to the 'Stuttgart Spring Festival' and the 'Cannstatter Wasen', LAPP Christmas Market
  • Modern company restaurant with seasonal & regional offers, incl. breakfast service
  • Good public transport connections via the 'Lapp Kabel' tram stop (U12)
  • Flexible working hours
  • Holiday entitlement of 30 days per year
  • Voluntary social benefits and allowances (meal allowance/travel expenses)
  • Holiday and Christmas bonus
  • Payment of participation fees for DHBW pre-course in mathematics
  • Payment of fees/contributions at the DHBW (administration costs/student union contribution, lecture notes)
  • Assumption of costs for books/teaching materials (compulsory reading at DHBW)
  • Bonus for successful (very good - good) completion of the dual study programme

Positions start 09/2024 already filled.

The dual study programme at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) in Stuttgart combines academic studies with practical experience in a company (= dual partner).


In each academic year, it is divided into theoretical phases at the Cooperative State University, Faculty of Business and Economics, and practical phases at LAPP. Due to the variety, students benefit not only from the transfer of theoretical knowledge, but also from direct application in practice (= practice-integrated studies).


The degree programme in Business Administration, major in Digital Commerce Management enables students who have successfully completed the programme to work in all business departments in retail and industrial companies where digital technologies and systems are increasingly being used in business processes - especially with direct customer contact and in the automation of transactions on digital distribution platforms.


The programme lasts three years and concludes with the internationally recognised academic degree 'Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)'. The performance assessment in the Bachelor's programme at DHBW is based on the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).


The study programme at the DHBW is modularised. The study programme at the DHBW is modularised. More information on this can be found on the study portal.

What makes you stand out

  • Very good to good Abitur or Fachhochschulreife (in this case: + aptitude test)
  • Very good to good German and English language skills
  • IT affinity [= interest in information technology (hardware/software/IT services)]
  • Ability to express yourself orally and in writing and good spelling skills
  • Willingness to make contact and communication skills
  • Concentrated and careful work
  • Independent way of working
  • Analytical and solution-oriented thinking
  • Sense of responsibility
  • Flexibility
  • Commitment, willingness to help and ability to work in a team
  • Ability to take criticism (active/passive) and willingness to change

These are good reasons for #LAPP as a dual partner

  • Value-oriented family business & global player
  • Regular change of department (relevant to studies)
  • Regular feedback meetings (self-perception/perception of others)
  • Training weeks (introductory training week incl. team training, advanced training week, final training week)
  • Assignment abroad [prerequisite: average grade of at least 2.4 (DHBW)].
  • Room for own ideas and commitment
  • Compensation and getting together, including: own trainee break room, use of LAPP's leisure and sports facilities, participation in the LAPP Group's annual 'International Football and Volleyball Tournament', joint visit to the 'Stuttgart Spring Festival' and the 'Cannstatter Wasen', LAPP Christmas Market
  • Modern company restaurant with seasonal & regional offers, incl. breakfast service
  • Good public transport connections via the 'Lapp Kabel' tram stop (U12)
  • Flexible working hours
  • Holiday entitlement of 30 days per year
  • Voluntary social benefits and allowances (meal allowance/travel expenses)
  • Holiday and Christmas bonus
  • Payment of participation fees for DHBW pre-course in mathematics
  • Payment of fees/contributions at the DHBW (administration costs/student union contribution, lecture notes)
  • Assumption of costs for books/teaching materials (compulsory reading at DHBW)
  • Bonus with successful (very good - good) completion of the dual study programme
Apply now for the start 09/2024!

The dual study programme at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) in Stuttgart combines academic studies with practical experience in a company (= dual partner).


In each academic year, it is divided into theoretical phases at the Cooperative State University, Faculty of Business and Economics, and practical phases at LAPP. Due to the variety, students benefit not only from the transfer of theoretical knowledge, but also from direct application in practice (= practice-integrated studies).


Upon successful completion of the degree programme in Business Administration, majoring in Industry, students have the opportunity to work in a wide range of commercial functions in the industrial sector, such as controlling/finance and accounting, purchasing, logistics, marketing, human resources and sales.


The programme lasts three years and concludes with the internationally recognised academic degree 'Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)'. Performance assessment in the Bachelor's programme at DHBW is based on the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).


The study programme at the DHBW is modularised. More information on this can be found on the study portal.

What makes you stand out

  • Very good to good Abitur or Fachhochschulreife (in this case: + aptitude test)
  • Very good to good German and English language skills
  • Ability to express yourself orally and in writing and good spelling skills
  • Willingness to make contact and communication skills
  • Concentrated and careful work
  • Independent way of working
  • Analytical and solution-oriented thinking
  • Sense of responsibility
  • Flexibility
  • Commitment, willingness to help and ability to work in a team
  • Ability to take criticism (active/passive) and willingness to change

These are good reasons for #LAPP as a dual partner

  • Value-oriented family business & global player
  • Regular change of department (relevant to studies)
  • Regular feedback meetings (self-perception/perception of others)
  • Training weeks (introductory training week incl. team training, advanced training week, final training week)
  • Assignment abroad [prerequisite: average grade of at least 2.4 (DHBW)].
  • Room for own ideas and commitment
  • Compensation and getting together, including: own trainee break room, use of LAPP's leisure and sports facilities, participation in the LAPP Group's annual 'International Football and Volleyball Tournament', joint visit to the 'Stuttgart Spring Festival' and the 'Cannstatter Wasen', LAPP Christmas Market
  • Modern company restaurant with seasonal & regional offers, incl. breakfast service
  • Good public transport connections via the 'Lapp Kabel' tram stop (U12)
  • Flexible working hours
  • Holiday entitlement of 30 days per year
  • Voluntary social benefits and allowances (meal allowance/travel expenses)
  • Holiday and Christmas bonus
  • Payment of participation fees for DHBW pre-course in mathematics
  • Payment of fees/contributions at the DHBW (administration costs/student union contribution, lecture notes)
  • Assumption of costs for books/teaching materials (compulsory reading at DHBW)
  • Bonus with successful (very good - good) completion of the dual study programme

Positions starting 09/2024 already filled.

The dual study programme at the Knowledge Foundation in cooperation with Reutlingen University, Faculty of Technology, combines academic studies and practical experience in a company (= dual partner).


Each academic year is divided into theoretical phases at the Knowledge Foundation @ Reutlingen University (KFRU) in Kornwestheim and practical phases at LAPP. Due to the variety, students benefit not only from the transfer of theoretical knowledge, but also from direct application in practice (= practice-integrated studies).

Upon successful completion of the degree programme, the Digital Engineering & Management programme enables students to work in all business management departments of companies of any size in which the digital transformation - under the conditions of a VUKA world (volatility | uncertainty | complexity | ambiguity) - has taken hold.

The programme lasts three years and concludes with the internationally recognised academic degree 'Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)'. Performance assessment in the Bachelor's programme at the KFRU is carried out according to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).

The study programme at the KFRU is modularised. More information on this can be found on the study portal.

What makes you stand out

  • Very good to good A-levels
  • Very good to good knowledge of mathematics, physics, computer science
  • Very good to good German and English language skills
  • Verbal and written expression
  • Technical understanding
  • Abstract-logical thinking (analytical/solution-oriented)
  • IT affinity [= interest in information technology (hardware/software/IT services)], ideally already practical experience in the IT environment
  • Concentrated and careful work
  • Independent way of working
  • Sense of responsibility
  • Willingness to get in touch and communication skills
  • Flexibility
  • Commitment, willingness to help and ability to work in a team
  • Critical faculties (active/passive) and willingness to change

These are good reasons for choosing #LAPP as your dual partner

  • Value-oriented family business & global player
  • Change of department relevant to studies (e.g. Product Management, Product Marketing & Technology/ Innovation Management, Customer Interaction Center, IT Services)
  • Regular feedback meetings (self-perception/perception of others)
  • Training weeks (introductory training week incl. team training, advanced training week, final training week)
  • Space for own ideas and commitment
  • Relaxation and coming together, e.g. through: own trainee break room, use of LAPP's leisure and sports facilities, participation in the LAPP Group's annual 'International Football and Volleyball Tournament', joint visit to the 'Stuttgart Spring Festival' and the 'Cannstatter Wasen', LAPP Christmas Market
  • Modern company restaurant with seasonal & regional offers, incl. breakfast service
  • Good public transport connections via the 'Lapp Kabel' tram stop (U12)
  • Flexible working hours
  • Holiday entitlement of 30 days per year
  • Voluntary social benefits and allowances (meal allowance/travel expenses)
  • Holiday and Christmas bonus
  • Payment of participation fees for the entire duration of the study programme (registration fee, semester fees)
  • Assumption of costs for books/teaching materials (compulsory reading KFRU)
  • Bonus with successful (very good - good) completion of the dual study programme
Apply now for the start 09/2024!

The dual study programme at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) in Stuttgart combines academic studies with practical experience in a company (= dual partner).

In each academic year, it is divided into theoretical phases at the Cooperative State University, Faculty of Technology, and practical phases at LAPP. Due to the variety, students benefit not only from the transfer of theoretical knowledge, but also from direct application in practice (= practice-integrated studies).

After the basic studies (1st/2nd year), the computer science programme is divided into two focal points - computational data science and IT security. Upon successful completion of their studies, graduates have access to a wide-ranging and challenging field of activity in companies of different sectors and sizes worldwide.

The Computational Data Science specialisation deals with topics such as: Artificial intelligence, cloud technologies, machine learning, data management and software architectures for big data.

The focus is set at the beginning of the programme and is specified in the contract.

The practical phases at LAPP mainly take place at Lapp Service GmbH in Stuttgart. The training relationship (= study contract) is also entered into with this LAPP company.

Lapp Service GmbH is the global IT service provider of the LAPP Group - the focus here is on a wide range of IT services, such as the provision of a reliable IT infrastructure, including service desk or consulting and implementation of SAP projects. It is also a provider of event and facility management services.

The study programme lasts three years and concludes with the internationally recognised academic degree 'Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)'. The performance assessment in the Bachelor's programme at DHBW is based on the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).

The study programme at the DHBW is modularised. Further information can be found on the study portal.

What makes you stand out

  • Very good to good Abitur or Fachhochschulreife (in this case: + aptitude test)
  • Very good to good knowledge of mathematics and computer science
  • Very good to good German and English language skills
  • Ability to express yourself orally and in writing
  • IT affinity [= interest in information technology (hardware/software/IT services) as well as programming languages and databases], ideally already practical experience in the IT environment
  • Abstract-logical thinking (analytical/solution-oriented)
  • Concentrated and careful work
  • Independent way of working
  • Sense of responsibility
  • Flexibility and mental resilience
  • Customer and service orientation
  • Commitment, willingness to help and ability to work in a team
  • Ability to take criticism (active/passive) and willingness to change

These are good reasons for #LAPP as a dual partner

  • Value-oriented family business & global player
  • Regular feedback meetings (self-perception/perception of others)
  • Training weeks (introductory training week, advanced training week, final training week)
  • Foreign assignment [prerequisite: average grade of at least 2.4 (DHBW); usually compulsory].
  • Room for own ideas and commitment
  • Compensation and getting together, including: own trainee break room, use of LAPP's leisure and sports facilities, participation in the LAPP Group's annual 'International Football and Volleyball Tournament', joint visit to the 'Stuttgart Spring Festival' and the 'Cannstatter Wasen', LAPP Christmas Market
  • Modern company restaurant with seasonal & regional offers, incl. breakfast service
  • Good public transport connections via the 'Lapp Kabel' tram stop (U12)
  • Flexible working hours
  • Holiday entitlement of 30 days per year
  • Voluntary social benefits and allowances (meal allowance/travel expenses)
  • Holiday and Christmas bonus
  • Payment of participation fees for DHBW pre-course in mathematics
  • Payment of fees/contributions at the DHBW (administration costs/student union contribution, lecture notes)
  • Assumption of costs for books/teaching materials (compulsory reading at DHBW)
  • Bonus for successful (very good - good) completion of the dual study programme
Apply now for the start 09/2024!

The dual study programme at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) in Stuttgart combines academic studies with practical experience in a company (= dual partner).

In each academic year, it is divided into theoretical phases at the Cooperative State University, Faculty of Technology, and practical phases at LAPP. Due to the variety, students benefit not only from the transfer of theoretical knowledge, but also from direct application in practice (= practice-integrated studies).

The degree programme in Computer Science, majoring in Information Technology, enables students who have successfully completed the programme - due to the combination of computer science with engineering and natural science content - to enter a wide-ranging and challenging field of activity in almost all branches of industry. As universal, flexible specialists, they can be deployed in problem analysis, system selection, adaptation and development, integration as well as in-house development of hardware and software.

The practical phases at LAPP mainly take place at Lapp Service GmbH in Stuttgart. The training relationship (= study contract) is also entered into with this LAPP company.

Lapp Service GmbH is the global IT service provider of the LAPP Group - the focus here is on a wide range of IT services, such as the provision of a reliable IT infrastructure, including a service desk or consulting and implementation of SAP projects. It is also a provider of event and facility management services.

The study programme lasts three years and concludes with the internationally recognised academic degree 'Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)'. The performance assessment in the Bachelor's programme at DHBW is based on the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).

The study programme at the DHBW is modularised. Further information can be found on the study portal.

What makes you stand out

  • Very good to good Abitur or Fachhochschulreife (in this case: + aptitude test)
  • Very good to good knowledge of mathematics, physics and computer science
  • Very good to good German and English language skills
  • Ability to express yourself orally and in writing
  • IT affinity [= interest in information technology (hardware/software/IT services) as well as programming languages and databases], ideally already practical experience in the IT environment
  • Abstract-logical thinking (analytical/solution-oriented)
  • Concentrated and careful work
  • Independent way of working
  • Sense of responsibility
  • Flexibility and mental resilience
  • Customer and service orientation
  • Commitment, willingness to help and ability to work in a team
  • Ability to take criticism (active/passive) and willingness to change

These are good reasons for #LAPP as a dual partner

  • Value-oriented family business & global player
  • Regular feedback meetings (self-perception/perception of others)
  • Training weeks (introductory training week, advanced training week, final training week)
  • Foreign assignment [prerequisite: average grade of at least 2.4 (DHBW); usually compulsory].
  • Room for own ideas and commitment
  • Compensation and getting together, including: own trainee break room, use of LAPP's leisure and sports facilities, participation in the LAPP Group's annual 'International Football and Volleyball Tournament', joint visit to the 'Stuttgart Spring Festival' and the 'Cannstatter Wasen', LAPP Christmas Market
  • Modern company restaurant with seasonal & regional offers, incl. breakfast service
  • Good public transport connections via the 'Lapp Kabel' tram stop (U12)
  • Flexible working hours
  • Holiday entitlement of 30 days per year
  • Voluntary social benefits and allowances (meal allowance/travel expenses)
  • Holiday and Christmas bonus
  • Payment of participation fees for DHBW pre-course in mathematics
  • Payment of fees/contributions at the DHBW (administration costs/student union contribution, lecture notes)
  • Assumption of costs for books/teaching materials (compulsory reading at DHBW)
  • Bonus for successful (very good - good) completion of the dual study programme
Apply now for the start 09/2024!

The dual study programme at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) in Stuttgart combines academic studies with practical experience in a company (= dual partner).

In each academic year, it is divided into theoretical phases at the Cooperative State University, Faculty of Technology, and practical phases at LAPP. Due to the variety, students benefit not only from the transfer of theoretical knowledge, but also from direct application in practice (= practice-integrated studies).

After the basic studies (1st/2nd year), the computer science programme is divided into two focal points - computational data science and IT security. Upon successful completion of their studies, graduates have access to a wide-ranging and challenging field of activity in companies of different sectors and sizes worldwide.

The IT Security specialisation focuses on the following topics: Network security, security in the design of systems, security management, data security as well as practical implementation and forensics.  

The focus is set at the beginning of the programme and is laid down in a contract.

The practical phases at LAPP mainly take place at Lapp Service GmbH in Stuttgart. The training relationship (= study contract) is also entered into with this LAPP company.

Lapp Service GmbH is the global IT service provider of the LAPP Group - the focus here is on a wide range of IT services, such as the provision of a reliable IT infrastructure, including service desk or consulting and implementation of SAP projects. It is also a provider of event and facility management services.

The study programme lasts three years and concludes with the internationally recognised academic degree 'Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)'. The performance assessment in the Bachelor's programme at DHBW is based on the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).

The study programme at the DHBW is modularised. Further information can be found on the study portal.

What makes you stand out

  • Very good to good Abitur or Fachhochschulreife (in this case: + aptitude test)
  • Very good to good knowledge of mathematics and computer science
  • Very good to good German and English language skills
  • Ability to express yourself orally and in writing
  • IT affinity [= interest in information technology (hardware/software/IT services) as well as programming languages and databases], ideally already practical experience in the IT environment
  • Abstract-logical thinking (analytical/solution-oriented)
  • Concentrated and careful work
  • Independent way of working
  • Sense of responsibility
  • Flexibility and mental resilience
  • Customer and service orientation
  • Commitment, willingness to help and ability to work in a team
  • Ability to take criticism (active/passive) and willingness to change

These are good reasons for #LAPP as a dual partner

  • Value-oriented family business & global player
  • Regular feedback meetings (self-perception/perception of others)
  • Training weeks (introductory training week, advanced training week, final training week)
  • Foreign assignment [prerequisite: average grade of at least 2.4 (DHBW); usually compulsory].
  • Room for own ideas and commitment
  • Compensation and getting together, including: own trainee break room, use of LAPP's leisure and sports facilities, participation in the LAPP Group's annual 'International Football and Volleyball Tournament', joint visit to the 'Stuttgart Spring Festival' and the 'Cannstatter Wasen', LAPP Christmas Market
  • Modern company restaurant with seasonal & regional offers, incl. breakfast service
  • Good public transport connections via the 'Lapp Kabel' tram stop (U12)
  • Flexible working hours
  • Holiday entitlement of 30 days per year
  • Voluntary social benefits and allowances (meal allowance/travel expenses)
  • Holiday and Christmas bonus
  • Payment of participation fees for DHBW pre-course in mathematics
  • Payment of fees/contributions at the DHBW (administration costs/student union contribution, lecture notes)
  • Assumption of costs for books/teaching materials (compulsory reading at DHBW)
  • Bonus for successful (very good - good) completion of the dual study programme

Positions start 09/2024 already filled.

The dual study programme at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) in Stuttgart combines academic studies with practical experience in a company (= dual partner).

In each academic year, it is divided into theoretical phases at the Cooperative State University, Faculty of Business and Economics, and practical phases at LAPP. Due to the variety, students benefit not only from the transfer of theoretical knowledge, but also from direct application in practice (= practice-integrated studies).

The degree programme in Business Information Systems, major in Application Management, enables students who have successfully completed their studies - due to the combination of business sciences and computer science - to work in a wide range of fields (e.g. IT process consulting, software development, international IT project management) in companies of different sectors and sizes.

The practical phases at LAPP mainly take place at Lapp Service GmbH in Stuttgart. The training relationship (= study contract) is also entered into with this LAPP company.

Lapp Service GmbH is the global IT service provider of the LAPP Group - the focus here is on a wide range of IT services, such as the provision of a reliable IT infrastructure, including service desk or consulting and implementation of SAP projects. It is also a provider of event and facility management services.

The programme lasts three years and concludes with the internationally recognised academic degree 'Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)'. The performance assessment in the Bachelor's programme at DHBW is based on the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).

The study programme at the DHBW is modularised. More information on this can be found on the study portal.

What makes you stand out

  • Very good to good Abitur or Fachhochschulreife (in this case: + aptitude test)
  • Very good to good knowledge of mathematics and computer science
  • Very good to good German and English language skills
  • Ability to express yourself orally and in writing
  • IT affinity [= interest in information technology (hardware/software/IT services)], ideally already practical experience in the IT environment
  • Abstract-logical thinking (analytical/solution-oriented)
  • Concentrated and careful work
  • Independent way of working
  • Sense of responsibility
  • Flexibility and mental resilience
  • Customer and service orientation
  • Commitment, willingness to help and ability to work in a team
  • Ability to accept criticism (active/passive) and willingness to change

These are good reasons for #LAPP as a dual partner

  • Value-oriented family business & global player
  • Regular feedback meetings (self-perception/perception of others)
  • Training weeks (introductory training week incl. team training, advanced training week, final training week)
  • Assignment abroad [prerequisite: average grade of at least 2.4 (DHBW)].
  • Room for own ideas and commitment
  • Compensation and getting together, including: own trainee break room, use of LAPP's leisure and sports facilities, participation in the LAPP Group's annual 'International Football and Volleyball Tournament', joint visit to the 'Stuttgart Spring Festival' and the 'Cannstatter Wasen', LAPP Christmas Market
  • Modern company restaurant with seasonal & regional offers, incl. breakfast service
  • Good public transport connections via the 'Lapp Kabel' tram stop (U12)
  • Flexible working hours
  • Holiday entitlement of 30 days per year
  • Voluntary social benefits and allowances (meal allowance/travel expenses)
  • Holiday and Christmas bonus
  • Payment of participation fees for DHBW pre-course in mathematics
  • Payment of fees/contributions at the DHBW (administration costs/student union contribution, lecture notes)
  • Assumption of costs for books/teaching materials (compulsory reading at DHBW)
  • Bonus with successful (very good - good) completion of the dual study programme

Positions start 09/2024 already filled.

The dual study programme at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) in Heilbronn combines academic studies with practical experience in a company (= dual partner).

In each academic year, it is divided into theoretical phases at the Cooperative State University, Faculty of Business and Economics, and practical phases at LAPP. Due to the variety, students benefit not only from the transfer of theoretical knowledge, but also from direct application in practice (= practice-integrated studies).

The degree programme in Business Information Systems, specialising in Data Science, enables students who have successfully completed the programme - due to the combination of business sciences and computer science - to work in a broad and challenging field of activity (e.g. data analysis, business intelligence, enterprise architecture, IT consulting) in companies of different sectors and sizes worldwide.

From Big Data to Smart Data - The processing and interpretation of large, unstructured data volumes from various IT systems/sources with the help of analysis tools makes graduates of this degree programme/major into sought-after experts who prepare the basis for strategic corporate decisions.

The practical phases at LAPP mainly take place at Lapp Service GmbH in Stuttgart. The training relationship (= study contract) is also entered into with this LAPP company.

Lapp Service GmbH is the global IT service provider of the Lapp Group - the focus here is on a wide range of IT services, such as the provision of a reliable IT infrastructure, including a service desk or consulting and implementation of SAP projects. It is also a provider of event and facility management services.

The study programme lasts three years and concludes with the internationally recognised academic degree 'Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)'. The performance assessment in the Bachelor's programme at DHBW is based on the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).

he study programme at the DHBW is modularised. More information on this can be found on the study portal.

What makes you stand out

  • Very good to good Abitur or Fachhochschulreife (in this case: + aptitude test)
  • Very good to good knowledge of mathematics and computer science
  • Very good to good German and English language skills
  • Ability to express yourself orally and in writing
  • IT affinity [= interest in information technology (hardware/software/IT services) as well as programming languages and databases], ideally already practical experience in the IT environment
  • Abstract-logical thinking (analytical/solution-oriented)
  • Concentrated and careful work
  • Independent way of working
  • Sense of responsibility
  • Flexibility and mental resilience
  • Customer and service orientation
  • Commitment, willingness to help and ability to work in a team
  • Ability to accept criticism (active/passive) and willingness to change

These are good reasons for #LAPP as a dual partner

  • Value-oriented family business & global player
  • Regular feedback meetings (self-perception/perception of others)
  • Training weeks (introductory training week incl. team training, advanced training week I, advanced training week II, final training week)
  • Assignment abroad [prerequisite: average grade of at least 2.4 (DHBW); usually obligatory].
  • Room for own ideas and commitment
  • Compensation and getting together, including: own trainee break room, use of LAPP's leisure and sports facilities, participation in the LAPP Group's annual 'International Football and Volleyball Tournament', joint visit to the 'Stuttgart Spring Festival' and the 'Cannstatter Wasen', LAPP Christmas Market
  • Modern company restaurant with seasonal & regional offers, incl. breakfast service
  • Good public transport connections via the 'Lapp Kabel' tram stop (U12)
  • Flexible working hours
  • Holiday entitlement of 30 days per year
  • Voluntary social benefits and allowances (meal allowance/travel expenses)
  • Holiday and Christmas bonus
  • Payment of participation fees for DHBW pre-course in mathematics
  • Payment of fees/contributions at the DHBW (administration costs/student union contribution, lecture notes)
  • Assumption of costs for books/teaching materials (compulsory reading at DHBW)
  • Bonus with successful (very good - good) completion of the dual study programme

Positions starting 09/2024 already filled.

The dual study programme at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) in Stuttgart combines academic studies with practical experience in a company (= dual partner).

In each academic year, it is divided into theoretical phases at the Cooperative State University, Faculty of Business and Economics, and practical phases at LAPP. Due to the variety, students benefit not only from the transfer of theoretical knowledge, but also from direct application in practice (= practice-integrated studies).

The degree programme in Business Information Technology, specialising in International Management for Business and Information Technology (IMBIT), enables students who have successfully completed their studies - due to the combination of business sciences and information technology with an international focus - to work in a wide range of fields (e.g. IT consulting, enterprise architecture, global project management) in companies of different sectors and sizes worldwide.

The practical phases at LAPP mainly take place at Lapp Service GmbH in Stuttgart. The training relationship (= study contract) is also entered into with this LAPP company.

Lapp Service GmbH is the global IT service provider of the Lapp Group - the focus here is on a wide range of IT services, such as the provision of a reliable IT infrastructure, including service desk or consulting and implementation of SAP projects. It is also a provider of event and facility management services.

The study programme lasts three years and concludes with the internationally recognised academic degree 'Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)'. The performance assessment in the Bachelor's programme at DHBW is based on the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).

The study programme at the DHBW is modularised. More information on this can be found on the study portal.

What makes you stand out

  • Very good to good Abitur or Fachhochschulreife (in this case: + aptitude test)
  • Very good to good knowledge of mathematics and computer science
  • Very good to good German and English language skills (note: many lectures in English)
  • Ability to express yourself orally and in writing
  • IT affinity [= interest in information technology (hardware/software/IT services)], ideally already practical experience in the IT environment
  • Abstract-logical thinking (analytical/solution-oriented)
  • Concentrated and careful work
  • Independent way of working
  • Sense of responsibility
  • Flexibility and mental resilience
  • Customer and service orientation
  • Intercultural competence (= interest/openness/sensitivity in dealing and working with people from foreign cultures)
  • Commitment, willingness to help and ability to work in a team
  • Critical faculties (active/passive) and willingness to change

These are good reasons for #LAPP as a dual partner

  • Value-oriented family business & global player
  • Regular feedback meetings (self-perception/perception of others)
  • Training weeks (introductory training week incl. team training, advanced training week I, advanced training week II, final training week)
  • Assignment abroad [prerequisite: average grade of at least 2.4 (DHBW); usually obligatory].
  • Room for own ideas and commitment
  • Compensation and getting together, including: own trainee break room, use of LAPP's leisure and sports facilities, participation in the LAPP Group's annual 'International Football and Volleyball Tournament', joint visit to the 'Stuttgart Spring Festival' and the 'Cannstatter Wasen', LAPP Christmas Market
  • Modern company restaurant with seasonal & regional offers, incl. breakfast service
  • Good public transport connections via the 'Lapp Kabel' tram stop (U12)
  • Flexible working hours
  • Holiday entitlement of 30 days per year
  • Voluntary social benefits and allowances (meal allowance/travel expenses)
  • Holiday and Christmas bonus
  • Payment of participation fees for DHBW pre-course in mathematics
  • Payment of fees/contributions at the DHBW (administration costs/student union contribution, lecture notes)
  • Assumption of costs for books/teaching materials (compulsory reading at DHBW)
  • Bonus with successful (very good - good) completion of the dual study programme

Paused for the winter semester 2024/25

The dual study programme at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) in Stuttgart combines academic studies with practical experience in a company (= dual partner).

In each academic year, it is divided into theoretical phases at the Cooperative State University, Faculty of Technology, and practical phases at LAPP. Due to the variety, students benefit not only from the transfer of theoretical knowledge, but also from direct application in practice (= practice-integrated studies).

The degree programme in Industrial Engineering and Management, majoring in Electrical Engineering, enables students who have successfully completed the programme to work in a wide range of business and technical functions - such as scheduling and purchasing, controlling, logistics, development, product and project management, production, quality management and sales - in a wide range of industries.

The programme lasts three years and concludes with the internationally recognised academic degree 'Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)'. Performance assessment in the Bachelor's programme at DHBW is based on the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).

The study programme at the DHBW is modularised. More information on this can be found on the study portal.

What makes you stand out

  • Very good to good Abitur or Fachhochschulreife (here: + aptitude test)
  • Very good to good knowledge of mathematics, physics and computer science
  • Very good to good German and English language skills
  • Ability to express yourself orally and in writing
  • Technical understanding and manual skills
  • Abstract-logical thinking (analytical/solution-oriented)
  • Spatial vision and imagination
  • Concentrated and careful work
  • Independent way of working
  • Awareness of responsibility and danger
  • Flexibility
  • Commitment, willingness to help and ability to work in a team
  • Ability to accept criticism (active/passive) and willingness to change

These are good reasons for #LAPP as a dual partner

  • Value-oriented family business & global player
  • Basic technical training at the GARP training centre, location: Ostfildern-Ruit (8 weeks before the start of the first theory phase at the DHBW; contents, including basics of manual metalworking, basics of electrical/digital/installation/control technology)
  • Regular change of department (relevant to studies)
  • Regular feedback meetings (self-perception/perception of others)
  • Training weeks (introductory training week incl. team training, advanced training week, final training week)
  • Assignment abroad [prerequisite: average grade of at least 2.4 (DHBW)].
  • Room for own ideas and commitment
  • Compensation and getting together, including: own trainee break room, use of LAPP's leisure and sports facilities, participation in the LAPP Group's annual 'International Football and Volleyball Tournament', joint visit to the 'Stuttgart Spring Festival' and the 'Cannstatter Wasen', LAPP Christmas Market
  • Modern company restaurant with seasonal & regional offers, incl. breakfast service
  • Good public transport connections via the 'Lapp Kabel' tram stop (U12)
  • Flexible working hours
  • Holiday entitlement of 30 days per year
  • Voluntary social benefits and allowances (meal allowance/travel expenses)
  • Holiday and Christmas bonus
  • Payment of participation fees for DHBW pre-courses (mathematics/physics/electrical engineering basics)
  • Payment of fees/contributions at the DHBW (administration costs/student union contribution, lecture notes)
  • Assumption of costs for books/teaching materials (compulsory reading at DHBW)
  • Bonus with successful (very good - good) completion of the dual study programme
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Start of training 9/2024


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