Dual studies










Mikaela Nutsou | Apprentice industrial assistant

Christian Bopp | Business Economics student at Baden-Wuerttemberg Co-Operative State University (BWCSU)

Dual Studies

If you choose dual studies at GETRAG and the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW), Stuttgart, you generally switch every three months between GETRAG and the university. The advantage of a dual study program is that you can apply your knowledge in the theory phase directly at our company.


Current vacancies in our dual study programme can be found here.

Business Studies | Industry - Untergruppenbach | Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW), Stuttgart

Once you are familiar with the basics of business administration, you can pick an area to specialise in. For example, you can chose finance and accounting or marketing. Whatever suits you best, you will learn quickly in your practical phases at GETRAG.
Mechatronics | Untergruppenbach | Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW), Mosbach

New technological trends need solid foundations. Our transmissions contain more and more software and electronic hardware. If you want to be part of this interesting development, we recommend you study mechatronics.
IT Automotive - Untergruppenbach | Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW), Stuttgart

Control, monitoring and driver assistance systems – software and sensors have become an important part of automotive engineering. As an IT Automotive student, you learn about the various areas of application for software in our transmission systems.
Mechanical Engineering - Untergruppenbach | Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW), Stuttgart

The departments involved with transmission development at GETRAG are immensely varied – and studying engineering, you are prepared for everything, from design through testing.
Industrial Engineering - Untergruppenbach | Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW), Stuttgart

Our transmissions are highly complex products. Hence in many departments, e.g. Purchasing or Sales, it is important to have a good technical understanding. As an industrial engineer, you are well prepared for the challenge of combining the technical and business components.