Frequently asked questions
Basic information on the Cooperative State University
We have worked closely with the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) on the dual-track studies programs since 1998.
The vocational training program culminates in a Bachelor’s degree. The DHBW campuses in Stuttgart and Friedrichshafen provide specialist expertise and are supplemented with longer practical modules at one of our plants in Coburg, Hallstadt (near Bamberg), Würzburg or Wuppertal. International assignments in Europe or abroad are also possible – and they are mandatory for the business engineering degree program.
University study is limited to a period of six semesters plus final exams and culminates in a Bachelor’s degree after three years.
Our trainers will support you during your course of study, especially during degree-related and project work here at Brose. They will also help you plan a stay abroad at one of our many international locations.
Once it is clear you will join the company on completion of your degree, we will work with you to determine your own specific field of work even before you graduate – bearing your personal abilities, skills and goals in mind.What qualifications are required?
You have either completed your higher secondary education and are qualified to attend a university or university of applied sciences or have demonstrated your ability to participate in the dual-track studies program.
Of course, we also expect you to be interested in working in technology or business. Naturally, we expect the same qualities from you that we wish to see in all Brose employees: team spirit, ambition, pleasure in achieving our common success and a sense of responsibility are attributes that will positively impact your career at Brose.Will I be paid by Brose?
As a Brose student in the dual-track studies program, you will receive a training allowance. This will ensure you remain financially independent and can concentrate on your studies.What are the deadlines?
Apprenticeship training always starts on October 1 of the calendar year. Applications must be received by August 31 of the preceding year.How to apply at Brose?
Please apply only online and submit documents in PDF format. In each course description you will find a direct link to the online application form on the last page.Who will answer questions beforehand?
Do you have any questions before you submit your application? Our apprenticeship and training manager Mr. Stammberger is happy to assist you. Simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call him and his team at +49 (0)9561 21-1287.