You meet the requirements of the Master’s degree programme in Engineering and Production Management if you have a relevant Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Engineering Management with a focus on
Electrical Engineering and Electronics
The Master’s degree programme in Engineering and Production Management is open to holders of Bachelor’s degrees from a wide range of Austrian universities, including:
FH JOANNEUM Bachelor’s degree programmes:
Electronics and Computer Engineering
Production Technology and Organisation
Bachelor’s degree programmes of other universities:
Electrical Engineering – Dual (Co-op)
Mechanical Engineering - Development Engineer
Materials and Process Engineering - Development Engineer
High Tech Manufacturing
Mechatronics / Mechanical Engineering
Mechatronics / Robotics
Mechatronics / Business Management
Production and Management
Smart Engineering of Production Technologies and Processes
Process Engineering and Production
Industrial Engineering and Management
Engineering Management – Mechanical Engineering
We also welcome applicants who have completed a relevant equivalent degree programme at other universities or in other countries and would be happy to provide you with individual advice.
In cases of doubt, the head of degree programme will decide whether the admission requirements are met. You will be notified once we have received your complete application documents.
The courses and lectures of the Master’s degree programme in Engineering and Production Management are taught partly in German and partly in English. If you are proficient in German and English at level B2 you should have no problem following the classes. Please send us a certificate evidencing your German and English language skills unless these are included in your secondary school leaving certificate or similar diplomas.
Since the Master’s degree programme in Engineering and Production Management is a co-op course, applicants need to provide evidence of 15 months professional experience in a company. The work carried out as part of individual internships or an employment relationship should have focused on production engineering or product/process development and primarily involved engineering and/organisational tasks.
The co-op study mode means that theoretical education at the university alternates with practical training at a partner company. If you have not yet established contact with a partner company at the beginning of your studies, we will be glad to help you find a suitable company. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or queries concerning co-op study.