Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University
The Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) is the first higher education institution in Germany which combines on-the-job training and academic studies and, therefore, achieves a close integration of theory and practice, both being components of cooperative education.
With around 34,000 enrolled students, over 9,000 partner companies and more than 145,000 graduates, DHBW counts as one of the largest higher education institutions in the German Federal State of Baden-Württemberg.
Throughout its nine locations and three campuses, the university offers a broad range of undergraduate study programmes in the field of business, engineering, and social work. In addition, DHBW offers postgraduate degree programmes with integrated on-the-job training.