KN 415 21 003: Affiliated Lecturer for “Road Traffic Law/European Competition Law” (2 SWS)

Master degree program „Automotive Engineering“ in Graz


The Master´s degree program “Automotive Engineering“ at FH JOANNEUM offers a broad curriculum to the automotive engineering students and thus prepares them well for the various professional fields in the industry. The lecture “Road Traffic Law/European Competition Law” is an integral part of the curriculum of the second semester.

A content similar to the following outline shall be taught to the students:

• -Automotive regulatory framework
• -Global trends and the impact to the automotive industry regulations
• -Vehicle Homologation (worldwide different legal systems)
• -Existing and in force coming European rulemaking
• -European automotive regulations in an international context
• -Vehicle type approval systems
• -Product liability
• -The homologation process

An integrated lecture (class room lecture with integrated exercises and examples from industry) shall be taught in English.

Various text books are available to support this lecture, but class notes with up-to-date examples shall be provided. The final exam is to be conducted in accordance with the study guidelines.

Start of classes: March 2022

Your application with meaningful documents, upload here until December 5th:


FH JOANNEUM Gesellschaft mbH
z. H. Frau Christine Assel
Alte Poststraße 147
8020 Graz

T: +43 316 5453 8867

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In line with our mission statement of the FH JOANNEUM - University of Applied Sciences, which encourages people to interpret the diversity of people in their various aspects with respect, people with such personally diverse backgrounds are strongly invited to apply.

General requirements for lecturers:
Completed higher education or relevant academy training; promotion or other proof of competence in scientific work; 5-year qualified relevant professional practice, of which, if possible, three years have been practised outside a university (or habilitation); Proof of corresponding pedagogical-didactic suitability.