Dual Studies


A dual study programme combines in-depth theoretical university studies with practical work experience. Students sign a training or internship contract in advance with a company of their choice or a cooperating company of the university. There are options for training-integrated or practice-integrated dual studies at Koblenz University of Applied Sciences.

A training-integrated degree programme combines studies at a university or academy with practical vocational training. Students acquire a university degree and a vocational qualification at the same time. In a practice-integrated dual study programme, students complete a higher education course of study during which they increasingly engage in practical work-related activities during the lecture-free period. A vocational qualification does not follow - in contrast to the training-integrated study programme.


Detailed information and an overview of all dual study programmes can be found here: https://www.hs-koblenz.de/transfer/duale-studiengaenge/duale-studiengaenge.


Admission requirements and application procedure


The admission requirements for dual study programmes for applicants with foreign educational qualifications are a higher education entrance qualification (HZB) and proof of the required German language skills. You can find an overview of the language certificates here: https://www.hs-koblenz.de/studieninteressierte/einstieg-ins-studium/informationen-fuer-bewerber/innen/auslaendische-bildungsnachweise/sprachnachweise

Whether you can be admitted to study with your foreign higher education entrance qualification (HZB) is checked by www.uni-assist.de. The HZB check via uni assist is usually carried out one year in advance and before the start of the in-company training. The Student Service or the International Office will advise you on the application procedure.


Contact persons at Koblenz University of Applied Sciences


General questions about the dual study programme:



International Office:



In the faculties:



Student Services:

Rhein Mosel Campus / Westerwald Campus

Department of Building and Art Materials: Jutta Menz: menz@hs-koblenz.de

Department of Engineering: Vanessa Kohl: kohl@hs-koblenz.de

Department of Economics: Ramona Reif & Maximilian Szylobryt:




Julian Mosert-Lapo: studierendenservice@rheinahrcampus.de


Opportunities and Perspectives


Already living in Germany?


Find out which companies in your field of study come into question and apply there. At the same time, Koblenz University of Applied Sciences will advise you on the application process, your studies and the course of your studies.


Do you live abroad?

Check with your embassy in advance to find out what your options are in terms of residency law.

Carry out your research from abroad and contact companies.


At the same time, Koblenz University of Applied Sciences will advise you on the application process, studies and the course of your studies.