The digital future holds many new tasks, challenges and opportunities. With studies in Business Information Systems you will be optimally prepared for this.
As a business IT specialist, you act as an intermediary between technology and business. You will get to know the possibilities of information technology and implement the operational requirements with this knowledge.
The focus of system integration is on the conception, implementation and operation of IT systems. They ensure the smooth operation of the IT infrastructure and cooperate with other specialist departments in the design and introduction of new IT systems.
Together with the Weserbergland University of Hameln (HSW), STÜKEN offers the dual bachelor's degree in business informatics and systems integration.
The core competence of the HSW especially lies in imparting professional competence so that you can apply the acquired knowledge directly in professional practice. In addition to theory, the lecturers are also familiar with professional practice. With constant feedback and cooperation with various commercial enterprises, the courses of study are constantly developed further and adapted to the requirements of the time.
The course starts in August. The studies take place in regular alternation between theoretical phases at the HSW and practical training in the company - two blocks per semester year. The standard period of study is six semesters and is completed with a Bachelor of Science degree.
Admission requirements and applications
Your profile: You need a very good technical understanding, process-oriented thinking skills and a quick grasp, as well as the ability to work within a team and a very good command of English. The dual system of study requires an unconditional willingness to study on one's own and an above-average willingness to perform. If you already are an IT specialist, it will make your studies easier.
Your application: You can apply to STÜKEN one year before the start of your training. The general application documents include: Letter of application, curriculum vitae, certified transcript(s) with consistently good performance. The selection process consists of pre-selection, assessment test and an interview.
Your studies: Admission to a dual Bachelor's program takes place at the beginning of each winter semester. All courses are restricted in admission. The closing date for applications is the 15th of July of the respective year. The requirements for studying are: A-levels or a technical college entrance qualification and a training contract.
Further information on the course of studies can be found on the website of the Weserbergland University of Applied Sciences.
You will receive a training allowance during your studies.