Occupational profiles of graduates

As a graduate, you will be highly sought after on the job market, since your broad foundation in mechanical engineering can be applied anywhere, from solar panels, tools or motors to technology for homes. This basis makes you flexible and opens doors to various professional options and the widest range of career opportunities in international industries, such as the electronics, metals or plastics industries.

Typical areas of application for mechanical engineering include: 

  • Fastening technology
  • Automobile industry and its suppliers
  • Materials handing technology
  • Aerospace technology
  • Medical engineering

You work in the areas of product development and construction, modelling and simulating mechanical structures and optimising the production processes.

As a graduate with the Mechanical Engineering specialisation, you can expect a wide range of job opportunities. 

Access to further studies

The "Bachelor of Science in Engineering, BSc" academic degree qualifies you for further studies in a master's degree programme at a university of applied sciences or other university.

Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences (FH Vorarlberg) offers: 

After graduating from the master's degree programme, you receive the "Master of Science in Engineering, MSc" or "Master of Arts in Business, MA" academic degree. From there, you have the option to pursue a doctoral degree or PhD programme at a university. 

Contact Persons Mechanical Engineering BSc

Jeannette Bohnes
Advice & Registration — Mechatronics BSc, Mechanical Engineering – Mechatronics BSc

+43 5572 792 5000

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Prof. (FH) Dr. techn. Reinhard Schneider
Head of study program Mechatronics BSc, Mechatronics - Mechanical Engineering BSc

+43 5572 792 5005

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