If you have no secondary school leaving or vocational matriculation certificate you need
a university entrance qualification exam or
a relevant professional qualification plus additional exams
You need to provide evidence that you have passed the relevant exams until the start of studies.
Qualification course for university entrance
A university entrance qualification exam always consists of five modules.
A university entrance qualification entitling students to study for a degree within the Engineering, Natural Sciences or Social and Economic Sciences groups of studies will be fully recognised for the programme in Energy, Mobility and Environmental Management.
Relevant professional qualifications plus additional examinations
Relevant professional qualifications include
a completed apprenticeship (e.g. electronics, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering information technology, etc.) or
completion of a secondary vocational school (e.g. chemistry, electronics, mechanical engineering, automation engineering, information technology, etc.)
You must complete the following subjects
Essay on a general topic (German),
Mathematics 2 and
Modern Foreign Language
You can take these examinations as part of the qualification course for university entrance at FH JOANNEUM. The two-semester course is organised on a part-time basis and is free of charge. If your place is confirmed you may also take specific additional exams at FH JOANNEUM.
, which you may take as part of the qualification course for university entrance