InT#Tech is a project, funded by Erasmus +, which compares cooperative study systems in the participating countries to intensify the international exchange. All participating universities offer cooperative study programmes. The aim of these programmes are to combine practical experience in cooperative companies with theoretical knowledge at the universities. Due to the structure of these specific programmes, there is a difficulty to integrate internationalisation as fixed part of the study programme. Although all systems differ from each other, the project will use synergies to offer new perspectives to all students. Regarding the employee requirements of the future, students should learn early, how to work in international groups and which skills they will need for an engineer’s career. Therefore, the project focuses on digital learning methods as well as current topics in their universities’ technical departments. When it comes to artificial intelligence or energy, all future engineers and companies have to involve these innovations. That is why students have to learn intensively to deal with the innovations. The aims of “InT#Tech” are to give recommendations to all organisations how to train future engineers in a cooperative and international context and to establish a joint international module.