Information about the degree programme

Name of degree programme Inter-disciplinary engineering and management
Level of qualification according to the National Qualification Framework and the European Qualifications Framework  Bachelor (1. cycle)
Qualification awarded  Bachelor of Science in Engineering, BSc
Field of study (ISCED-F Code)  0718 – Inter-disciplinary engineering and management
Study places40 (About ten study places are offered per year in this degree apprenticeship programme)
Mode of study  part-time study
Length of programme  6 semester
Course timesFriday: afternoon till evening; Saturday: all day;  attendance also required at five days each semester
Number of credits  180 ECTS
Language of instruction  German, some courses are offered in English
Mobility window  
  • Obligatory Field-Trip (India or Russia) after 3. or 4. semester
  • optional semester abroad in 4. semester
Work placement  Only for professionals without the relevant qualifications: 6 weeks in each of the 5. and 6. semesters
Academic calendar  View the academic calendar
Examination regulations and grading scale  Examination regulations and grading scaleView the examination regulations and grading scale
Final examination  Oral bachelor's examination  
Costs
  • No tuition fee
  • Student union fee Euro 20,20/semester
  • Costs obligatory Field-Trip: about EUR 1.800,--
  • Further costs for approximately 3-4 external classes are possible.
Commencing studiesSeptember
Specific admission requirements  General university entrance qualification or equivalent qualification (for details view the specific admission requirements)  
ApplicationApply now - deadline for application for the winter semester: 15. May

What does the WING degree offer you?

Holistic. Intercultural. Integrative. Interdisciplinary. The “added value degree”.

The six-semester degree in Engineering and Management (WING) offers integrative and interdisciplinary courses with technical economic and personality-building content. The modules, some of which run across more than one semester, and a constant switch between technical and economic content stimulates your “lateral thinking” as an intermediary between the worlds.

The core areas:

  • Engineering (engineering, natural sciences, mathematics),
  • Management (economic, legal and social sciences) and
  • Social capacity (methods and social skills, languages)

are emphasised to different extents in different phases of the degree programme.

Various surveys and studies are predicting an increasing requirement for university qualified industrial engineers and good opportunities for advancement within the European economy in the coming years.


Contact Persons Engineering and Management BSc

Birgit Mathis, BEd
Advice & Registration — Engineering and Management part-time BSc

+43 5572 792 5500
wing@fhv.at

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Prof. (FH) Dipl.-Wirt. Ing. Gunter Olsowski
Programme Director Engineering and Management BSc

+43 5572 792 5501
gunter.olsowski@fhv.at

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