MCI | The Entrepreneurial School®


  • BSc
  • Full-time
  • German
  • 6 Semester
  • Innsbruck

The MCI Bachelor’s in Mechatronics program provides the perfect foundation for a career in technology and excellent opportunities in the labor market. With its cross-disciplinary orientation and complementary training in non-technological fields, including management and foreign languages, this course marks the starting point to a successful career in the professional world or to obtaining a Master’s degree in engineering.

  • Mathematics & Natural Science (10%)
  • Mechatronics & Engineering (45%)
  • Medical Engineering (35%)
  • Legal Aspects & Key Competences (10%)


Due to the lasting trend in electric mobility and the increasing interconnectedness of the world, electrical engineering continues to be a key discipline also in the 21st century. With a particular emphasis placed on analog circuit technology, power electronics, and high-frequency engineering, this course of specialization produces some of the most sought-after experts in the industry.


Mechanical engineering has long been one of the most important industrial sectors. Complemented by modern methods of control engineering and measurement technology, handling technology, and computer-aided design or manufacturing, this specialization offers excellent future prospects and a solid basis for a career in the field of technology. In addition to the focus areas already mentioned, the course places a particular focus on production engineering and product development.

Entry requirements

Applicants with a university entrance qualification Applicants without a university entrance qualification but with relevant professional experience have to take additional entry exams in German, English, Mathematics and Physics.


Application time:

Appointment for the admissions process:

Admission procedure:
Career background (20%) Written entrance exam (30%) Interview (50%)

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Tuition fee:
For students from EU & EEA countries: EUR 363 / semester; Details & information for students from third countries can be found at

As part of practice-oriented projects, students are provided with the opportunity to work with local and international businesses. This allows them to immediately apply their newly acquired knowledge in practice and in collaboration with the project team. Their theoretical knowledge is further deepened by a mandatory internship of several weeks duration.

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