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The Study at the HdBA

 

To qualify skilled personnel for assuming the varied tasks involved in implementing the public labour market policies, the Federal Employment Agency (BA) needs a course offer that combines specific elements of economic, social and legal sciences. What is more, the University of Applied Labour Studies (HdBA) offers a unique curriculum with its focus on guidance sciences.

Although the training at the HdBA is primarily geared to the special requirements of the BA, the students are also qualified for tasks outside of the BA that overlap with the BA's range of services, e.g. in the field of public management or HR service providers.

 

LABOUR MARKET MANAGEMENT (AMM)

The 'Labour market management' degree course qualifies students for the tasks involved in placement and integration into education and gainful employment, benefit entitlement and benefit counselling as well as for labour market related services and tasks in the internal operations of the Employment Agencies, joint facilities or other labour market policy agencies.

  
The degree programme is offered at both locations of the university.

 

 

GUIDANCE FOR EDUCATION, CAREER AND EMPLOYMENT (BBB)

The course 'Guidance for education, career and employment' qualifies students for the tasks of providing vocational guidance and orientation (concentration in vocational guidance), advising and supporting persons fit for work in particularly difficult circumstances (concentration in case management) and qualified guidance on participating in work for people with disabilities (concentration in participating in work) in the Employment Agencies, joint facilities or social insurance agencies and companies.

  
The degree programme is offered at both locations of the university.