FH Kufstein Tirol

Industrial Engineering & Management

  • BSc
  • Full-time
  • German
  • 6 Semester
  • Kufstein
  • 30 Places

The foundation of the Industrial Engineering and Management degree program is the sound engineering and economics training. Previous engineering knowledge is not a prerequisite for the program. The program examines the development process of technical products, including market opportunity identification, idea generation, product development, and production, from various business perspectives. From the second year on, students specialize in either product development or production.


In the program, the students gain deep practical insight through two practical projects, a one-semester internship, excursions, guest lectures, and lecturers from the field. Using the Industrial Engineering and Management labs – the LEAN labs and the FabLabs of the workshop Wattens –  the students can gain practical experience in a secure environment. The semester abroad at the beginning of the third year is a core element of the degree program and enriches the education with an international orientation. The basis of this international orientation comprises courses taught in English as well as the learning and deepening of a foreign language at the university's Competence Center for Languages.


With this internationally accredited Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree, the graduates of this program find themselves perfectly equipped for further training in a matching Master's program or a successful entry into the world of work. Due to the acquired interdisciplinary qualification, industrial engineers can work in many different branches and fields according to their personal interests and abilities.

Entry requirements

Applicants must fulfill at least one of the following criteria:
- General higher education entrance qualification
- Respective Certificate of General Educational Development
- Vocational Matriculation Examination
- School leaving certificate of (at least) a three-year vocational high school or certificate of a dual education system (specified apprenticeship) including additional exams within the first semester in the subjects mathematics, German and English.
- A German qualification to study at universities of applied sciences (deutsche Fachhochschulreife) relevant to the degree program including additional exams within the first semester in the subjects mathematics, German and English.
- Practical work experience is an advantage


Application mode:
Online application

Application time:

Appointment for the admissions process:

Admission procedure:
Admissions Interview, either online via MS Teams or on site at the campus in Kufstein. Weighting: 90% admissions interview, 10% professional experience.

Start of studies:
Winter semester (end of September)

Study information days:
Open House: 02.12.2023; 03.02.2024; 13.04.2024

Tuition fee:
EUR 363,36 per semester plus Austrian Student Union Fee


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