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Sustainable Industrial Operations and Business

The interdisciplinary English-language Bachelor's degree programme combines technical, business and international knowledge, skills and competences against the background of sustainability.

Start Winter semester
Admission CriteriaZulassungsfrei
Application period 15.04.2024 - 15.07.2024
Study format Full time, with in-depth practical experience, Joint degree programme
Study cost None (only semester fee)
Normal duration7 Semester

    The study programme / profile

    The degree programme is taught in English and takes place at our location in Dingolfing. It combines interdisciplinary knowledge, skills and competences in the fields of technology, business administration and internationality against the background of sustainability. The degree programme is characterised by a high degree of practical and application orientation through exciting internships and projects. Our students can expect an optimal learning atmosphere thanks to small study groups, personal contact with lecturers and individual support from our student advisory service.

    Thanks to our unique dual study & work concept, students also have the opportunity to gain work experience at well-known companies such as BMW during their studies.

    Study & Work - our unique dual concept

    In order to combine theory with practice, we have established the unique "Study & Work" project:
    Various companies, such as BMW, Dräxlmaier, Ebm Papst and many more, offer students the opportunity to gain work experience, take on responsibility and earn money.

    From holiday jobs and working student activities to semester and project work to the practical semester in the 5th semester and the Bachelor's thesis in the 7th semester, our cooperation partners offer you the opportunity to put the content of your studies directly into practice.


    Contents and course of study

    The degree programme comprises six theoretical semesters and one practical semester. The content of the programme is interdisciplinary and taught in English. They combine technical, business and international knowledge, skills and competences against the background of sustainability. After successfully completing the programme, you will have the necessary skills to lead activities or interdisciplinary projects and take responsibility for decision-making. You will be able to take responsibility for the professional development of yourself or others.


    Prospects after graduation

    You will be trained as a specialist and manager of tomorrow who will understand and shape future operational and strategic developments and productions in companies and their influence on society and the economy. In addition, the Bachelor's degree offers the possibility of a subsequent Master's programme or doctorate.

    Study requirements

    The degree programme is particularly suitable if you are interested in mathematics, natural sciences, computer science, technology, business administration, sustainability, languages and cultural diversity. As a future link between technology, business administration and sustainability in an international environment, enjoyment of working in a team is also an important prerequisite.

    The formal entry requirement for an application is the entrance qualification for universities of applied sciences or the subject-specific or general higher education entrance qualification. Professionally qualified persons (e.g. with a master craftsman's qualification) can also apply for a place on the programme under certain conditions.

    Entry requirements regarding language level: English: B2 with the following certificates/evidence.

    German for non-German-speaking students:

    • Both students without knowledge of German (development to at least level A1)
    • As well as students with German language skills (progression from level A1/2 to B2)

    Foreign language for German-speaking students:

    • Both students without foreign language skills (development to at least level A1)
    • As well as students with foreign language skills (progression from level A1 to A2/B1)
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    Information for students

    How does the start of the degree programme work? Where can I find all the important information about my studies and degree programme? We have provided our students with all the important and relevant information and links.

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    Specific contact persons for students at our location in Dingolfing:

    • General questions from prospective German students: studium_dingolfing(at)
    • General questions from incoming students and international prospective students: incoming_dingolfing(at)
    • Content-related / subject-related questions about the degree programme: Martin.Prasch(at)

    Prof. Dr. Martin Prasch

    Academic advisor