Industrial Engineering, Department
Fakultät Technik at the DHBW Stuttgart
- Jägerstraße 56
- 70174 Stuttgart
- Phone: +49 711 1849-632
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Special features regarding teachingInterface between theory and practice, holistic action, long-term perspective, interdisciplinarity, intensive exchange of teaching staff / students, intensive support, active integration of strategic practice partners, alternative forms of examination, conceptual work; continuous updating of teaching content through integration in university networks and professional / industry associations (e.g. VDI, VWI, GEFMA, EuroFM and RealFM); The topic of digitisation is increasingly anchored in the curriculum.
Special features regarding the international orientationFacilitation of a semester abroad with recognition of the achievement in the context of the Bachelor's degree; choice of major in "International Technical Sales"; facilitation of practical phases abroad by the dual partners; optional participation in international summer and winter school as well as congresses; participation in international projects within the framework of ERASMUS+ strategic partnership projects; preparation and implementation of an excursion to India on the topic of Business Development.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsHanzehogeschool Groningen School of Facility Management (ERASMUS+), NL; The Hague University of Applied Sciences (ERASMUS+), NL; LAUREA University of Applied Sciences, ERASMUS+, Fin; Université Toulouse-III-Paul-Sabatier, FR, ERASMUS; Hubei University of Technology (DHBW Cooperation), CN; Bolton University (Erasmus+), GB; Griffith College Dublin (Study Abroad), IRL; Kaunas University of Technology (Erasmus+), LTU; Technical University of Denmark (Erasmus+), DNK; University of California Santa Barbara (Study Abroad), USA.
Special features regarding the equipmentSAP system with model factory; Statistics software Minitab for quality management issues; excellently equipped laboratory for materials science and high-performance materials / lightweight construction; IT laboratory (simulated company network) for practical exercises on computer networks, IT security and data protection; excellently equipped FM laboratory; PM simulation software; factory simulation software; laboratory for Electrical Engineering and Electronics.
Special features regarding research and developmentResearch in the field of Materials Science, especially copper alloys. Research integrated into teaching, e.g. in the context of student research projects (e.g. real laboratory space sharing, emission-free campus, ERASMUS + projects Int # Tech or FMgoes Digi), e.g. in innovation projects (product innovations, business model innovations)
Support for foundersThe students of the dual university usually stay with the dual partner company after completing their studies. If graduates want to found companies, the professors are at their disposal with professional advice if necessary.
Other special featuresThe industry confirms that our graduates have the highest degree of employability in a wide range of applications. There are many opportunities for further qualification as part of Master's programs, including at the DHBW's CAS.
Further information on research activitieshttps://www.dhbw-stuttgart.de/themen/forschung/fakultaet-technik/
Information on access restrictionshttps://www.dhbw-stuttgart.de/zielgruppen/studieninteressierte/bewerbung-zulassung/
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