Aerospace Engineering is always at the forefront of technological developments. The AE department of FHWN strives to offer students the educational environment and the tools they need to tackle challenging topics and remain pioneers in engineering.

University of Applied Sciences: University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt Study locations: Campus 1 Wiener Neustadt Topic: Engineering Duration of studies: 4 Semester
Organisation form: Full-time Graduation: MSc Number of study places per year: 25 Study language: English

Study focus



  • Full-time study programme in Austria
  • Taught entirely in English
  • State-of-the art research facilities
  • International projects with active student participation
  • High-performance computing
  • Excellent career opportunities


Occupational Fields & Career

An education in Aerospace Engineering opens up many professional possibilities. State of the art education and the implementation of modern methods, materials and tools makes graduates highly sought-after in various industries. Our graduates work in various aerospace related companies (Diamond Aircraft, Schiebl, Airbus, OHB etc.) as well as in the automotive, energy, communication and additional fields (Magna Steyr, Siemens etc.) in all sorts of positions (R&D, management etc.).

  • Research and Development
  • Design Engineer
  • Project Manager
  • Innovation Manager
  • Sales and Customer Service
  • Consultant
  • Fields: Aerospace, Aircraft and Aeronautics, Automotive, Communications, Mobility industries


Practice Perspectives

This engineering program is designed such that you can apply your knowledge while studying. Participation in pioneer projects (advanced aircraft designs, CubeSats) gives you extensive hands-on experience. Industrial and ESA-funded projects allow plenty of opportunity to make your mark.


All about Internships

The master's programme in Aerospace Engineering does not have a mandatory internship. However, it is highly recommended to use the summer break between 2nd and 3rd semester for an internship. It often provides a good chance for a Master thesis topic or a job after graduation.


Admission requirements

An engineering degree is required as a pre-requisite to apply for this master's degree programme. 30 ECTS or more in core engineering topics (mathematics, mechanics, etc.). Proof of English proficiency.


Mode of application: Online Application

Application deadline: 30.06.2020

Dates for admission procedure: Ongoing

Admission procedure: Interview

Begin of studies: September

Info days: 26.02.2021 (Open House, Wiener Neustadt)

Tuition fees: € 363.36 + € 20.20 (student union fee) per semester

Work placement: No

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