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  5. FH Vorarlberg/Dornbirn (A)
  6. Studiengang Elektrotechnik Dual
  7. Electrical Engineering (B.Sc., cooperate education)
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Electrical / Information Engineering, Degree course

Electrical Engineering (B.Sc., cooperate education) Studiengang Elektrotechnik Dual - FH Vorarlberg/Dornbirn (A)

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General facts

Type of degree course cooperative education programme, practice-integrated
Standard period of study 6 semesters
Total credits 180
Credits aquired at the practice partner 36
Teaching profile 160 credits in mandatory modules, 20 credits in compulsory elective modules

Cooperative Education

Extent of interlinking of this programme 9/10 points
Extent of Interlinking: study contents 3/4 points
Extent of interlinking: Support 3/3 points
Extent of interlinking: Institutionel level 3/3 points
Cooperative education: contact persons Academic contact person at the university. Institutional contact person at the practice partner Professional contact person at the practice partner.
Cooperative education: outcome control Joint outcome control with the practice partner in the form of joint project reports and reflection
Cooperative education: Content linking The timing of the theoretical and practical phases is mandatory and recorded in the training plan. Contents to be carried out at the practice partner should be obligatorily recorded in the training plan.
Cooperative education: Courses There are only dual students in the study programme
Cooperative education: student exchange in theory/practical phase 20% Studierende gehen während der Theoriephase des Studiums ins Ausland
Cooperative education: Selection process There is a selection procedure at the university as well as at the practice partner
Cooperative education: Salary Average monthly salary at the beginning is above the maximum BafÖG amount. A minimum salary is determined by the study regulations as well as by the practice partner Salary does not include tuition fees.

Students and graduations

Number of students 47
First-year students per year 22
Graduates per year <10
Gender balance 96:4 [%m:%f]

International orientation

Proportion of international students 11.0 %
Share of foreign language courses 15.0 %
Mandatory study period abroad no, but credits for study abroad eligible
Combined study programme with foreign HEI no


Mode of admission limited number of places, 24 places

Further information provided by the department

  • Cooperative education: branches
    Anlagenbau, Antriebtechnik, Automatisierungstechnik, Baumaschinen, Gebäudeautomation, Drucktechnologie, Energietechnik, Energieerzeugung, Fertigungstechnik, Hydraulik, Industrieelektronik, Industriesteuerungen, Lichttechnik, Logistiksysteme, Luft- und Raumfahrttechnik, Mechatronik, Messtechnik, Minentechni (Bergbau)Wireless Technologies (RFID), Robotik, Sicherheitssysteme, Zahntechnik, ...

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