Combined vocational and educational studies in electrical engineering

Nearly all technical products require electronics and software. This is what the combined vocational and educational course in electrical engineering is all about. It will provide you with the necessary knowledge in electrical engineering, electronics and IT.

  • Being part of international projects is what makes her dual study program at Liebherr unique. And this is what Rose Kuhn does since her first minute within the Liebherr Group. As an aspiring industrial engineer, she contributes every single day to the products that are used in aerospace industry all over the world.

  • The combined vocational and educational course in electrical engineering combines Electrical Engineering with Electronics and IT.

    The combined vocational and educational course in electrical engineering combines Electrical Engineering with Electronics and IT.

    This practically oriented course is offered at Liebherr in Nenzing and Telfs together with Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences.

    Once you graduate from the course, you will be qualified to work in project teams: along with specialists, you will be able to develop electronic systems or electrical installations. There are many industries you can work in, anything from the food industry to automation technology – at Liebherr, for example.

    At a glance

    Period of training: 3 years

    Prerequisite: General university entrance qualification (Secondary School Exit Exam, Professional Maturity Exam, University Entrance Exam)

    Please note that you will need to submit your application by the deadline to us and to Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences.

    What we expect from you

    • You meet the admission requirements for the course at Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences (they allocate the apprenticeships).
    • You have an interest in science and technology.
    • You are extremely dedicated, reliable and enjoy challenging tasks.
    • You are outgoing and like working in a team.

    This is how the course of study works

    • Starting with the third semester, you will alternately spend three months studying at the University and working at Liebherr and you will receive a regular income (€ 1,204.00 gross).
    • A rotation plan enables you to immediately apply and consolidate the theory you have learned into practice.

    Location and contact

    Benjamin Schlesinger


    Liebherr-Werk Telfs GmbH

    Hans-Liebherr-Straße 35

    6410 Telfs

    Austria

    • Phone+43 50809 6-1348

    Matthias Boettiger


    Liebherr-Werk Nenzing GmbH

    Dr. Hans Liebherr Straße 1

    6710 Nenzing

    Austria

    • Phone+43 50809 42575

    University of co-operative education

    Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences

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