|Name of degree programme||Mechatronics, degree specialisation Mechanical Engineering|
|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)||0714 – Electronics and automation|
|Mode of study||Full-time|
|Length of programme||6 semester|
|Number of credits||180 ECTS|
|Language of instruction||German, 5. semester in English|
|Mobility window||Optional: semester abroad in the 5. semester|
|Work placement||Obligatory work placement in the 6. semester, 75 working days|
|Academic calendar||View the academic calendar|
|Examination regulations and grading scale||View the examination regulations and grading scale|
|Facilities specific to the programme||Automation Lab, Design Lab, Electronic Lab, Mechanical Lab|
|Final examination||Oral bachelor's examination|
|Costs||No tuition fees, student union fee Euro 20,70/semester|
|Specific admission requirements||General university entrance qualification or equivalent qualification (for details view the specific admission requirements)|
|Application||Apply now - deadline for application for the winter semester: 15. May|
Mechanical engineering is a diverse field and provides the mechanical structures for devices, equipment and systems, without which our modern lives would now be unthinkable. With the Mechanical Engineering specialisation, you will learn to design, construct and efficiently implement these components.
Mechanical engineers work in the area of product development and construction. You model and simulate mechanical structures and optimise production processes.
This broad foundation in mechanical engineering is something that you can apply anywhere, from solar panels, tools or motors to technology for homes. This basis makes you flexible and opens doors to a wide range of professional options and career opportunities in various industries.
Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences (FH Vorarlberg) is one of the most research-intensive universities of applied sciences in Austria. Studies and research are closely linked at FH Vorarlberg.