Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University
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|Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg|
|Established||March 1, 2009(Berufsakademie: 1974)|
|Chancellor||Dr. Gisela Meister-Scheufelen|
|President||Prof. Arnold van Zyl (appointed February 1, 2016)|
|Provost||Prof. Dr. phil. habil. Ulf-Daniel Ehlers|
|650 Professors (2011/2012)|
|Students||34,000 (2015/2016) |
|Location||Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany|
|Campus||9 locations and 3 satellite campuses|
The Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (German: Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg, DHBW) is an institution of higher education with several campuses throughout the state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It offers dual-education (or also cooperative education) bachelor's-degree programs in cooperation with industry and non-profit institutions in the areas of business administration, engineering, and social services. In 2011 it started a limited master's program. It does not have the right to confer doctorates.
The DHBW is the direct successor to the Staatliche Berufsakademie Baden-Württemberg. The first Berufsakademie was founded in 1974 as a new type of educational institution and recognized by the state of Baden-Württemberg in 1982. It grew quickly to include seven institutions at eleven different locations. By 2009 the combined student enrolment across all institutions had reached 23,409 students, involving around 8,000 cooperative education partners and over 90,000 graduated alumni. On March 1, 2009, all institutions in the state of Baden-Württemberg were consolidated to form the Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg.
DHBW offers job integrated learning (JIL) programs only. Job integrated learning (JIL) defines those work integrated learning (WIL) programs with compulsory internships, in which the student has to be employed by a single company during the complete duration of the study program and in which lectures and internships are geared to maximize applied learning and the transfer of knowledge. Therefore, the recruitment is exclusively done by the cooperative education partners, while the DHBW only has to verify the higher education entrance qualification. The three-year dual education program is divided into three-month phases alternating between the college and the cooperative education partner. The college phases provide traditional undergraduate education while the other phases provide insight and work experience in the field of the cooperative education partner. The dual education program operates on a non-stop, twelve-month schedule. Students are granted vacation days as stipulated in the three-year employment contract signed by the student and the cooperative education partner at the beginning of the program.
Currently the DHBW offers 21 courses of study with about 90 branches from the sections economic science, technics and social science.
Campuses and satellite campuses
|DHBW Mosbach Campus Bad Mergentheim||2002||29||403|
|DHBW Ravensburg Campus Friedrichshafen||2004||34||762|
|DHBW Stuttgart Campus Horb||1989||42||783|
- "Zahlen und Fakten zur DHBW". Retrieved 2012-08-04.
- Hoffmann, Marcus; Ilg, Brigitte (2016). Taking Work Integrated Learning (WIL) One Step Further: A Case Study in Job Integrated Learning (JIL). Berlin: epubli. ISBN 978-3-7418-0024-5.
- "Das Masterprogramm der DHBW" (in German). Retrieved 23 August 2012. "Masterprogramme der DHBW Ravensburg" (in German). Retrieved 23 August 2012.
- "Zahlen und Fakten zur DHBW" (in German). Retrieved 12 November 2012.
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