Automation Engineering

Automation Engineers develop, optimise and automate equipment. Or in other words: by means of sensors and special software they cause machines to perform intelligently. For example, they ensure cash machines dispense the right amount of banknotes, engines are high-precision and airbags are sure to open in a crash. Eco-engineers develop environmentally-optimised solutions for production plants, electric vehicles or solar- and wind power stations. Wels students recently invented Austria’s first pizza dispensing machine. They also recently programmed a regulation system for the hybrid drive of the BRP CanAm Spyder, a guidance system for single-track railways.

University of Applied Sciences: FH Upper Austria Study locations: Wels Campus Topic: Engineering Duration of studies: 4 Semester Bewerbungsstart: 01.09.2018 Application ends at: 31.08.2019
Organisation form: Full-time Graduation: MSc Number of study places per year: 18 Study language: german

Study focus

image processing, simulation tools, robotics and handling technologies
planning, construction and optimization of machinery, plant and manufacturing/production processes and systems
specialisation: Plant Automation, Industrial IT or Sensors and Microsystems

Admission requirements

Completion of at least a 6 semester specialized relevant Bachelor’s degree or comparable higher education at university level

Termine

Mode of application: www-en.fh-ooe.at/study-with-us/application

Application deadline: 30.6.

Dates for admission procedure: after the closing dates for applications

Admission procedure: interview

Begin of studies: winter semester

Info days: Open Day 22.03.2019 / Info-Day 29.11.2019

Tuition fees: For students from EU and EEA countries: EUR 363.36 per semester + ÖH (Austrian Student Union) contribution  For students from non-member states: EUR 726.72 per semester + ÖH (Austrian Student Union) contribution. Merit-based scholarships are available.

Work placement: No Internship, but projects on Campus Wels

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