Basically, the dual study programme is the optimal preparation for everyday work by alternating between theory and practice, as in addition to specialist knowledge, the competences for coping with operative tasks are also imparted.
How would you describe your everyday life at DHBW?
The everyday life at the DHBW can be strongly compared to classical school lessons. The courses have a size of 25 to 30 students, whereby the individual student has a very close contact to his fellow students. In addition, it has the advantage that the students can better ask questions to the lecturer and thus enjoy a much more individual support.
As a rule, three different lectures take place on one day, so that three different subjects are covered on one lecture day, which makes everyday life at the university very varied and entertaining.
In addition to the lectures, the DHBW regularly organises voluntary events, such as language courses or seminars on preparing tax returns.
What makes working at Uzin Utz AG so special?
I find the personal atmosphere unique. The reputation of a family business not only precedes Uzin Utz, but is lived every day. The family working conditions go hand in hand with the enormous esteem in which we are held for students to be trained and dual students. In every department that we go through, we spend a lot of time explaining all procedures and processes in detail. This gives us a perfect insight into Uzin Utz during our training.