Complete high school
Get hands-on training at a German company and study at a vocational school in Germany with the Dual Vocational Training Program.
Entering the workforce in Germany doesn’t only mean you have to pursue the conventional pathway of graduating from a university.
The Dual Vocational Training (DVT) program is an apprenticeship program that allows you to decide the type of jobs you are interested in beforehand so that you can get on-the-job training with an organization from the start.
You’ll be working at a German organization three to four days a week. Here, you’ll learn industry-specific technical skills, solve real-life industry problems, and develop soft skills needed to thrive in your careers.
For one or two days weekly, you’ll attend classes at a vocational school. You’ll learn theoretical knowledge needed in your relevant job roles which you can quickly put to practice at work.
Promising Job Prospects
The combination of technical expertise as well as theoretical knowledge makes you highly sought after by employers. Your curriculum is constantly updated to ensure that the skills you learn are relevant to the changing demands of the industry.
Earn while you learn
Get trained and get paid. During your DVT, you are given monthly allowances which can be used to cover your living expenses in Germany. This makes the cost of living more affordable!
Your training company is regularly evaluated to maintain compliance with quality assurance guidelines, and your instructors are also required to sit for a specialized examination to ensure that their professional and teaching skills meet industry standards.
Your first step to work in Germany
If your goal is to settle down and work in Germany, this is a great option. Skilled professionals are in demand in Germany. Not only can you explore other companies after your training, with the standardized curriculum, your DVT qualification is also recognized by most countries in the European Union.
According to Clean Energy Wire, more than 80% of large companies in Germany hire apprentices, which gives you many options to choose from. The two main categories of jobs you can choose from are the technical field or the nursing field.
Mechatronics is a new, up-and-coming branch of engineering that combines robotics, electronics, computer, telecommunications, systems, control, and product engineering to develop new technologies and improve existing ones to meet evolving user demands.
It is a dynamic and ever-changing industry that is applied in both large-scale productions as well as to make improvements in everyday things that you are already using – your phone, car brakes, and so much more.
As a mechatronics technician, you will be responsible to:
Plan, programme, test, install and maintain control systems for computer-controlled systems such as automated production machines, traffic management systems or building technology systems.
IT isn’t just a 90s buzzword anymore – it is our present, and will be our future. Today, there is an increasing need for IT specialists in various industries to cope with changing demands.
IT specialists design and implement complex computer systems and adapt them to individual user.
With Germany’s aging population, the demand for medical care professionals, particularly nurses, is growing. This is why many hospitals, nursing homes, and other care providers are turning to recruit overseas talents to help fill the gap.
In this pathway, you’ll spend 3 years in training, where you learn and practice general nursing in the first 2 years, and have the option to continue training to be a general nurse, or specialize in geriatrics or pediatrics in their final year.
Already a registered nurse? Check out our Nursing Preparation Program where we find you a nursing job in Germany.
We recommend that you book a consultation with us and tell us a little more about yourself, your interests, and your ambitions so that we can advise you on the best options you can take on.
Completed either one of the following qualifications:
Minimum B1 but recommended at least B2 (intermediate) level German proficiency.
Interview with German companies to find the right fit and secure your spot in their DVT program.
One-to-one guidance on choosing your specialization
Not familiar with the various specializations? Our student advisors will guide you through your selection based on your personal goals and interests.
Master German B2 in 10 months
Our experienced and dedicated German teachers are here to help you master the language in preparation for you to work and train with native Germans.
Training vacancies and interviews
Focus on learning German while we apply to potential employers on your behalf. And yes, you’ll be prepared for the interview as well.
We will take care of your visa application so that you can focus on learning German and preparing yourself to study in Germany.
Be culturally ready
Our intercultural workshop and pre-departure workshop prepare you on what to expect and how to live like a local so you have a smooth transition to living in Germany.
Reach out to us when you need help or advice. Our helpful team is ready to assist you throughout your journey, both in Malaysia and in Germany.
The DVT Preparation Program starts in July and takes 10-12 months to complete. Upon completion of the preparation program, you’ll get ready to start your DVT in Germany in September.
Complete high school
Learn German A1 - B2 in Malaysia. You are required to pass internal and external German language exams.
In addition, we will arrange for interviews with potential employers and we will guide you with crafting your CV and preparing for the interviews.
(2 to 3.5 years)
Upon completing your preparation programme, we will assist you with your transition from Malaysia to your work place.
Application for July 2022 intake is now open!
We only accept a maximum of 15 qualified students so hurry and secure your slots now.
Yes, you can! Upon completion of the DVT programme, you will be required to work for at least 3 years before applying to further your studies and obtain your Bachelor’s Degree.
Yes, it’s possible – but only if you’ve worked in Germany for a few years.
Students typically receive about €400 to €800 monthly during the DVT programme to cover living costs.
Check out other frequently asked questions over at our FAQ page or book us for a Free Consultation.