COOPERATIVE STUDY PROGRAMS
Gain experience with theory and practice at the same time – with a cooperative study program.
We have the place for you!
How it works
The basic idea of the cooperative study program is the combination of practical work at the company and theory lectures at the university. You will alternate between these two worlds, usually every three months or so. The trainee contract with your partner company pays you a salary during both the theory and practical phases, enabling you to concentrate entirely on your studies.
In the end, you will have an internationally recognized bachelor's degree and lots of practical, professional experience to boot, giving you the perfect foundation for starting your professional life.
Study with Fasihi
You become an established member of our company during your studies – and we hope it will stay that way. You'll get to know all our departments and the entire team, to give you a good overview and the basic knowledge you need for everyday business. We will work together to find the best field of work for you. You will have a mentor for the entire duration of your studies; this person will serve as your contact person and assist you with your tasks.
In recent years, we have trained many cooperative students and taken them on as full-time staff after graduation. Some of them followed up with an extra-occupational master's degree, while others have been promoted to department manager. The sky is the limit!
Partner: DHBW Mannheim
Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University offers an attractive learning concept that is based on the real needs of the labor market and focuses on us as a partner company.
DHBW keeps up with the times, which means its course content is not only at the cutting edge, but also offers ultramodern equipment with the latest technology.
With its central location close to us, the university has been a popular destination for cooperative students here in the region for more than 40 years.More about DHBW
1, 2, or 3 – Choose your major here
BUSINESS INFORMATICS APPLICATION MANAGEMENT (AM)
In this major, you can experience the interaction between business administration and computer science. You'll examine business scenarios and processes from a business perspective and define suitable IT concepts for implementation in information systems. You will develop sound knowledge of applied computer science and get to know the latest IT technologies and software engineering methods.
With a focus on industry and logistics, you will learn to serve the needs of manufacturing companies and software vendors. In addition to the consulting area, you will also gain insights into materials management and IT service management.
MEDIAPUBLISHING AND DESIGN (MPD)
This major focuses on the analysis, development, and application of digital media at companies. You will get to know the complete process, from content editing to the technical realization of print and non-print products. The areas of technology, computer science, business, and design for the print and media industry will be taught through a variety of methods.
The focus here lies on the technical aspects and practical design of media, particularly on cross-media publishing and the conceptualization and realization of Internet-based and print-based information systems.
MEDIA MANAGEMENT AND COMMUNICATIONS (MMC)
This major will prepare you to use new, digital media at companies. This includes the conceptualization and production of digital media products such as videos, flyers, and web applications. You will focus on using modern technologies for enterprise communications and the development of digital business models.
In contrast to media publishing and design, this major has a heavier focus on business administration, particularly on marketing, Web 2.0 and 3.0 competencies, and management skills: less technology and more media business.
You're the right person for the job if you:
Have an entrance qualification for a university of applied sciences or a good intermediate high-school leaving certificate
Good grades in math and English
Know your way around hardware and software systems
Have a service mindset, personal initiative, and work well with othersv
A few of our former students have more advice for you: