During the duration of the program GENEXT@DB Schenker, you will be working in all major business areas of our company. Plus, optional missions abroad give you an insight into our international corporate culture.
What We Offer
Every year on 1 August, we offer a dual degree in logistics management (EUFH Brühl or Neuss) and International Management for Business and Information Technology (IMBIT) (DHBW Mannheim) at our head office in Essen.
If you want to combine theoretical knowledge with practical experience, we give you the opportunity to do so in one of our two courses as a GENEXT student: Logistics Management and international management for Business and Information Technology
In the Logistics Management course at the European University of Applied Sciences Brühl or Neuss, you will be thoroughly familiarized with all aspects of logistics. In addition to the logistics functions within a company, the branch-specific requirements for logistics and modern logistics technologies are at the fore of the course.
Students will get a broad spectrum of economic science subjects, focusing on logistical topics and supplemented by foreign language and personality traits. The lectures are held in German.
An integral part of the dual study program is the provision of an international theory phase at one of the EUFH partner universities. Additionally, you have the opportunity to complete an internship at one of our foreign subsidiaries abroad.
At the end of the course Logistics Management at the EUFH you acquire the "Bachelor of Arts".
One of the main focuses of the course "International Management for Business and Information Technology" is the area of business informatics. Much of what is involved with the development, use, evaluation or further development of company information systems is mediated in the study course. Particularly, the course focuses on business studies as a basic prerequisite for dealing with company information systems in practice. IMBIT also teaches students about intercultural knowledge, behavior and management. The course comprises approximately 40% economic science content, approximately 40% business-related informatics, and approximately 20% content on intercultural management. At the end of the course "IMBIT" at DHBW Mannheim you will acquire the "Bachelor of Science". After successfully completing the dual-study program, students can later apply to DB Schenker's exciting, entry-level opportunities in international environments.
Areas of practice
Possible stages during the practical phases in both courses can be as following:
You can help shape your practice through our flexible training.
After successful completion, we offer interesting, varied and responsible entry-level opportunities in an international environment.
The following requirements must be met for dual studies:
Sounds interesting? Apply via our job market.