Friedrich-Albert-Lange Berufskolleg
College of Vocational Training and
Higher Professional Education

stands for both tradition and innovation. Founded in 1832, it is one of the oldest vocational colleges in Germany. Our students are individually trained and educated with diverse and modern teaching methods in one of the newest school buildings in the country which was especially built to meet our requirements in 2011.
The professional fields in which one can qualify at our vocational college are
•    architecture and building construction,
•    art and design,
•    wood-working technology,
•    color technology,
•    metal technology,
•    corrosion protection technology,
•    environmental protection technology and
•    ophthalmics and optics.

The combination of general and professional contents and the combination of theory and practice are particularly important to us.
Thus, we prepare our students for the best possible vocational training, we qualify them to study at German and European universities and we train them to work professionally as specialists and executives. This is done in close cooperation with the local economy and universities of applied sciences.
With our many years of experience, we offer professional and methodical support as well as support for vocational and school training.
Friedrich-Albert-Lange-Berufskolleg maintains school partnerships with different European colleges. We are proud to say that our partnership with Highbury College in Portsmouth, UK
( was the first ever school partnership between an English and a German vocational school. It was established as early as 1974. Our partnership with Lukàcs Sandor College in Györ, Hungary, ( has already lasted since 1988.  Since then, many international meetings between our schools have been realised.
Since 2017 Friedrich-Albert-Lange-Berufskolleg has been taking part (as leader) in an “Erasmus+”-project called “FLAGship”. Together with vocational colleges from France, Hungary, Spain and Sweden, our teachers and students are working on a project to develop flexible and sustainable accommodations. Furthermore, the “Erasmus+”-project entails the possibility for our students to carry out their work experience abroad.

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