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13.02.2020
Analysis of 1700 questionnaires shows deficits in specialist knowledge about industry 4.0 Universities must develop curricula for industry 4.0 Employees must be prepared for digital change through further training strategies
03.02.2020
Almost 200,000 engineers are employed in mechanical and plant engineering - a new record. In order to ensure competitiveness, the digital age change must also be reflected in engineering education. Curricula and teaching methods must be further developed. A joint basic engineering science course could improve networking in teaching.
14.01.2020
Your help is needed - let us know your figures on dual studies by 31 January 2020! Companies that do not yet offer a dual study programme are also invited to participate.
12.11.2019
Developing new ideas for teaching together with an external perspective: On 12 November 2019, the nacelle transfer project of the Verband Deutscher Maschinen- und Anlagenbau (VDMA - German Engineering Federation) will start in cooperation with the mechanical engineering course at Hof University of Applied Sciences.
29.10.2019
Universities are important players in helping to shape digital change. But the universities are also part of the change process. So what will higher education look like in the future? On 29 October 2019, around 45 representatives from universities and companies discussed this topic in the run-up to the award ceremony.
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27.06.2019
Hartmut Rauen, Deputy Executive Director of the VDMA, explains where he sees the greatest challenges for industry 4.0 in engineering education, how he assesses the state of engineering education at universities and what role he attributes to industry in future engineering education.