Quick overview

Name of degree programme  Mechatronics
Level of qualification according to the National Qualification Framework and the European Qualifications Framework  Master (2. cycle)
Qualification awarded  Master of Science in Engineering, MSc
Field of study (ISCED-F Code)  0714 – Electronics and automation
Mode of study  Full-time, (small) part–time job possible
Length of programme  4 semester
Course times20 semester hours per week, Wednesday to Friday all day (subject to exceptions), attendance also required in block weeks
Majors

Specialisation in three of five subjects:

  • Sensor Systems and Actuators
  • Embedded Systems
  • Robotics
  • Computer Aided Engineering — FEM, CFD
  • Production Technology
Number of credits  120 ECTS
Language of instruction  German, numerous course untits in English
Mobility window  Optional: Double Degree Programme
Academic calendar  View the academic calendar
Examination regulations and grading scaleView 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  
CostsNo tuition fees, student union fee Euro 20,20/semester       
Commencing studies  September
Specific admission requirementsBachelor‘s degree in mechatronics or related subject (subject to approval by the programme director) - for details view the specific admission requirements
Application  Apply now - deadline for application for the winter semester: 15. May

Mechatronics – Study with a Future!

Mechatronics is an engineering science that offers a variety of exciting challenges. The multidisciplinary combination of fields as diverse as mechanical engineering, electronics and computer science generates a system that is increasingly more compact and smaller. Mechatronics is increasing found in all areas of everyday life. The MSc programme in Mechatronics offers in–depth scientific training and places special emphasis on modelling, analysis, simulation and realisation of mechatronic systems. By choosing three of the five specialisations when you begin your programme, you will be fully immersed in the world of electronics, mechanical engineering and mechatronics.

In cooperation with the University of Agder, Faculty of Engineering and Science in Grimstad (Norway), FH Vorarlberg offers you a two-year "double degree programme" comprising 120 ECTS. After completing the programme, you receive the Master of Science degree from both universities.

Contact Persons Mechatronics MSc

Pamela Mohr
Advice & Registration — Mechatronics MSc

+43 5572 792 5002
mechatronics-master@fhv.at

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Marion Schmidle
Beratung & Anmeldung — Mechatronics MSc

+43 5572 792 5003
mechatronics-master@fhv.at

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