Almost all study courses at THI can be studied full-time or "dual" (=course with intensive practical work). To find out, if your desired study programme can also be studied in a dual system, please have a look at the overview of all study programmes under the heading "Dual study".
Now, THI has around 125 company partners in dual studies - from small and medium-sized companies to global players. An overview of our dual partners can be found on our website in the database for dual partner companies. In our database you can search for dual study programmes as well as for dual partner companies!
There is no suitable company for you yet? No problem. You don't have to rely on our database, just "bring along" your own desired company. Show initiative and contact companies that seem interesting to you. Just ask what possibilities there are to complete a dual study course! You will find helpful tips on this in our guide to finding a partner company (PDF).
You can see the language in which a study course is held on the respective webpage of the study course in the short profile under the heading "Language".
Currently, THI is offering the following study programmes, which are entirely taught in English:
- B. Eng. Engineering & Management
- M. Eng. Automotive Production Engineering
- M. Eng. International Automotive Engineering
- M. Sc. Renewable Energy Systems
- M.A. Retail and Consumer Management
- M. Sc. User Experience Design (application possible from Nov. 15, 2019)
- M.Eng. Applied Computational Mechanics (Fee-based Master Degree Programme of Institute for Executive Education)
Studying at a university of applied sciences is very practice-oriented and contains many case studies and project work with business partners.
As a research-strong university, you can enjoy the advantages of a university of applied sciences at THI and also have the opportunity to get involved in research. In cooperation with a university, you can even do your doctorate at THI. Further information on PhD programmes at THI
If you have any individual questions, student counselling is happy to help: Contact Student counselling (Bachelor & Master)
For questions regarding the specific content of a study programme, please contact the course advisor of the respective study programme. You can find the contact on the respective study programme page.