Mechanical Engineering is a tried and tested subject with many modern trends such as simulation, lightweight construction, bionics etc. The development of ever-lighter yet highly-stressed components in motor vehicles, aircraft or satellites as well as in the manufacturing and plant construction industries, requires the use of sophisticated, innovative calculation, simulation and analysis methods. The benefits achieved for society and the economy form the sustainable basis of our hi-tech world.
Graduates of this course can develop and optimise machines and machine systems using the latest methods. The course focuses on computer-aided (numerical) simulation and experimental mechanical engineering testing methods. The mechatronic aspect of Mechanical Engineering, that is, the combination of mechanical and non-mechanical modules, is also considered in depth. Graduates can perform development, calculation, research and optimisation tasks independently and efficiently in various branches of industry.
Head of Studies:Prof. (FH) DI Dr. Thomas Reiter
Programme Administrator: Christa Huemer
FH OÖ University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria
School of Engineering/Enviromental/Sciences
Stelzhamerstraße 23, 4600 Wels/Austria
Tel.: +43 (0)50804-43080
Fax: +43 (0)50804-43166
There are currently no tuition fees.Not specified
Completed Master´s or Bachelor´s degree with economics and English background.
No work experience is required.
Accreditation of previous knowledge or experience: Possible at the discretion of the Director of Studies
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Hagenberg is located approximately 20 km north-east of the city of Linz. The Hagenberg Campus of the Upper Austria University of Applied Sciences is part of the "Softwarepark Hagenberg", which also hosts several university research departments and software companies.