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Robots are the perfect machines and we are only at the beginning of a trend that will play a decisive role in defining the future. The seamless integration of the traditional engineering disciplines of mechanical engineering, electronics and computer science makes it possible to create new products with enhanced functionality and abilities that were unfeasible until now. This is what makes mechatronics and robotics such a fascinating, but also challenging discipline.
The expectations and demands placed on the performance of the products are constantly increasing, the innovation cycles are becoming shorter and shorter, while the required knowledge of mechatronics is getting ever more detailed.
Challenging yet fascinating
This increasing complexity requires equally comprehensive training, which is just what the Mechatronics/Roboticsmasters degree program has to offer. It is the perfect follow-up for graduates of the Mechatronics/Robotics bachelors degree program as well as for graduates of other technical universities of applied sciences or universities who want to further improve their career prospects after completing their undergraduate studies. The fundamental knowledge the students already have is expanded upon in the masters degree program and is rounded out with research and development techniques, knowledge in the field of business administration and more complex application examples. The degree program also takes into account the importance of international contact in the professional world: English is the language of instruction for several courses and is also taught as a separate subject. This advanced, comprehensive education optimally prepares graduates for management positions.
* Mechatronic methods and systems
* Intelligent manufacturing systems
* Digital factories
* Service robotics
* Industrial robotics
* Business and project management
International students applying for admission must meet one of the following requirements: * Recognized secondary school diploma or equivalent, * university entrance qualification examination or * relevant vocational training with additional qualification (an entrance exam or qualification exam at UAS Technikum Wien)Students wishing to enter a degree program will be invited to take an entrance examination. German Language Competence Level B2 ("Zertifikat Deutsch B2") or equivalent is necessary for degree programs taught in German. Admission requirements and tuition fees may be different for students coming from EU countries, candidate countries or developing countries.For further information concerning admission procedures please contact our administrative assistant.