Sustainable Industrial Operations and Business (B.Eng.)

NEW starting WS 2023/24, in English language, at our headquarters in Dingolfing

We combine technology and business with sustainability and globalization

The interdisciplinary English-taught Bachelor‘s degree programme Sustainable Industrial Operations and Business combines technical, business and international knowledge, skills and competences in the context of sustainability.

You will be trained as a specialist and manager of tomorrow who will sustainably understand and shape future operational and strategic developments and productions in companies and their impact on society and the economy.

Through our unique dual concept "Study & Work", you will have the opportunity to gain work experience at well-known companies, such as BMW, while you are still studying. 

You can find more details here.

You can find even more information in our study program flyer.

The application periode is between April 15th and July 15th of the respective year. You can access the application process here.

Study & Work - our unique dual concept

To combine theory and practice, the unique "Study & Work" concept was established:
Various companies, such as BMW, Dräxlmaier, Ebm Papst and many others, offer you the opportunity to gain work experience, take on responsibility and earn money while studying.

By offering vacation jobs, working student activities, semester and project work as well as the practical semester (5th semester) and the bachelor thesis (7th semester), our cooperation partners give you the opportunity to put theory directly into practice.

For more information click here.

Our new attractive campus Dingolfing

Discover Dingolfing - a place full of opportunities that promises you not only an excellent education and a promising career, but also numerous free time activities.

The perfect study time is waiting for you here!

Experience, for example, the Dingolfing "Kirta", a great highlight of Bavarian folk festival tradition. From festival tents where you enjoy your "Maß Helles" in good company to exciting rides and delicious chocolate fruits. The "Kirta" is a must for every student.

Another highlight is the annual "Dingfest", where first-class artists* perform. They enchant the city for over a week with this cultural event.

You will also find a skate park and the popular beach bar "Sabine's Isar Hütt'n" directly on the Isar.

In the summer time it's off to the "Mossandlweiher" (lake)! The cool water will give you a short vacation from your studies and hard work. In the colder months the "Erlebnisbad CAPRIMA" (public pool) is waiting for you.

Bike lovers
will find perfect opportunities in Dingolfing and the surrounding area: challenging downhill trails as well as picturesque bike paths along the Isar River are waiting to be discovered.

As a bolder or climbing enthusiast, you can enjoy a day at  the "DAV Kletterzentrum Dingolfing" (climbing center).

Sports fans, can experience exciting ice hockey games of the Bavarian League in the "Marco-Sturm" ice rink.

You can find all information about looking for a flat, leisure tips and part-time jobs here.



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Requirements profile

Applicants for the Sustainable Industrial Operations and Business degree program should be 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, they should also enjoy working in a team.

Entry requirement regarding language level: English: B2 with the following certificates/proofs.

Access requirements

The program is admission free, i.e., no N.C. or pre-internship is required.

The formal admission requirement for all applicants is the Fachhochschulreife (advanced technical college entrance qualification) or the subject-specific or general higher education entrance qualification. For international applicants, the preliminary examination of the certificates takes place via Uni-Assist. Vocationally qualified persons (e.g. master craftsmen) can also apply for a place at university under certain conditions.

Entry requirement regarding language level English: B2 with the following certificates/proofs.

Start of study

Studies for first-year students at Landshut University of Applied Sciences usually begin in the winter semester (start 2023: October 4).

Application for admission in the period from April 15th to July 15th of the respective year.

Study costs

Information on tuition fees and student union fees can be found here.

Course of studies

The Bachelor's degree program comprises six theoretical semesters and one practical semester. A total of 210 ECTS points is acquired. The study program has a modular structure.

The modules of the 1st to 4th semester focus on the basics of technology and business administration as well as their integrative linkage and international application.

An important component is therefore also the development of language and intercultural skills.

German for non-German speaking students:

  • Students without German language skills, development in the course of studies (level A1)
  • Students with initial German language skills, development in the course of studies (level A1/2 to B2)

Foreign language for German-speaking students:

  • Students without respective foreign language skills, development in the course of studies (level A1)
  • Students with respective foreign language skills, development in the course of studies (level A1 to A2/B1)

The 4th semester is followed by the internship semester and two theoretical semesters of advanced studies, including the Bachelor's thesis.

The detailed overview of all study contents can be found in the module overview.

Study and Examination Plan and Module Handbook

The module handbook can be found here.

Study and examination regulations

The study and examination regulations can be found here.

Lecture plan WS 2023/24

The lecture plan for the upcoming winter semester 2023/24 can be found here.

Student Guide

In order to give you the best possible start we have summarized all the important information about your studies at Dingolfing, the campus and services in our Student Guide

Program Director and Subject Advisor

Prof. Dr. Dipl.-Ing. Reinhold Kohler

Subject Areas

International Business and Cross-Cultural-Communication


ROOM:  C1 06
PHONE:  0871-506802
FAX:  0871-5069802
E-MAIL: reinhold.kohler(at)

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