Dual training for better recruiting of students and involving of industrial sector

Collaboration at all level of PHE (senate, dean, teachers, curricula, admission) and industrial actors (founders/CEO, engineers, HR/recruitment and marketing colleagues) in order to respond to skill shortages by establishing dual training for electrical engineering and computer science engineering formations at BSC level.

During the dual training, annually students spend 26 weeks at university with theoretical training, and the spend 22 weeks annually at industrial partner. Students spend annually four weeks with paid holidays.

There for the training has advantages for load capacity students because the training is very intensive: they spend their majority of time at the industrial partner: as the holidays entirely, the major part of examination period, and the internship time, annually.

The advantages for students: students can obtain professional experience leading at companies; students gain up to 3.5 years of practical experience by the completion of studies, it can apply for better positions up to the training companies, or other companies; the company accords salary for students for entire academic period; students gain experiences at industrial representatives; students give paid for entire period of the formation.

The advantages for university: make it stronger the cooperation of PHE and industrial partner; Increase the number of students and the impact of PHE.

The advantages for industrial partners: the company has engineers very well formed and fit into company’s environment; the industrial partner has impact on curricula and the content of the training.