“The dual study degree programs at Audi offer optimal opportunities for development in professions with a future. The efficient interplay between theory and practice is very important to us here as the best possible way to prepare students for the working world of tomorrow,” said Marco Reich, Head of Audi Vocational Training and Dual Study Degree Programs Coordination.
Information events for interested high school graduates and bachelor’s degree holders will be presented via live stream on July 6 and 8. Students and program managers from the sites in Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm will provide live insights into the range of courses offered at Audi. “The virtual stream and chat format is an ideal opportunity to ask individual questions and to profit from the experience of our students,” Reich emphasized.
At the Ingolstadt site, Audi offers bachelor’s degree programs in Mechanical Engineering, Business Informatics, User Experience Design, Electrical Engineering and Electric Mobility, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and Aircraft and Automotive IT in cooperation with Technical University of Ingolstadt (THI). Bachelor’s degree holders can expand their scientific and practical knowledge with the dual study master’s degree programs Robotics – Cognition – Intelligence, Informatics, and Electrical Engineering for Mobile Systems in cooperation with the Technical University of Munich and the Technical University of Ingolstadt.
Audi combines theory and practice at the Neckarsulm site in a degree program with the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University. Prospective students can choose between specializations in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics, Business Engineering, and Business Informatics. More information about the Audi dual study program can be found here.