Course offer in English

Master Mechatronics

Acquire cutting-edge skills and focus on modelling, calculation, simulation, and realisation of mechatronic systems while benefitting from top equipped labs, small group sizes and future orientet specialisations.

Key data of the semesters taught in English

English course offer in semester 3 semester 4
Mode of study full-time full-time
Term autumn/winter spring/summer
Duration August - February individual*
 * individual tutoring of Master thesis, no regular lectures
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Prerequisites for incoming students


  • Bachelor's degree from a recognised Higher Education Institution
  • Enrollment in a Master's programme in the home country at the time of the exchange semester
  • English at least Level B2

Courses offered in English

Semester 3

Autumn/winter semester 2023


Regular Courses

Students can choose both regular courses below. It is possible to combine them with courses from the specialisation modules and the Contextual Studies.


Specialisation Modules

Students can select 3 of 5 specialisation modules.

Semester 4

Spring/summer semester 2024



Contextual Studies

Students can choose up to 6 ECTS from the contextual studies programme, a module offer for master students and alumni of FHV which provides customized courses as part of the master’s degree programmes.

Students who wish to enrol in contextual studies should be aware that these involve interdisciplinary teamwork with fellow students. Therefore, compulsory attendance for most classes is required.

The following contextual studies courses are avaialbe in English language during spring/summer semester 2024. 



What are Contextual Studies?

German Language and Austrian Culture Courses


These courses are scheduled weekly and run over the full semester. It is only possible to select one German course. 

During spring/summer semester 2024 the German courses are available for all exchange students. Because of scheduling conflicts students attending the Computer Sciences - Digital Innovation Bachelor (IDI) programme cannot chose the German courses. However, alternatively the course Exploring Austrian Culture and Values is open to IDI students. Students from other programmes can only register for Exploring Ausrian Culture and Values based on availability and if there are no timetable conflicts. 




Carina DEGER, BA
Student Exchange Coordinator for the degree programmes in the fields of Engineering & Technology and Social Work & Health