1day@fh Experience the FH Upper Austria Campus live
Want to be a student for one day? No problem: at the FH Upper Austria campuses Hagenberg, Linz, Steyr and Wels, interested persons have the possibility to spend the day with another student to find out more about studies and life on campus. Prospective students can get an impression of courses, projects and student life.
Come and join IT!
You’re interested in Information Technology, the engineering that can be found in mobile phones, computers, film animation, coffee machines or navigation systems? Then Campus Hagenberg is the right place for you – here you can learn everything that you need to know about software, hardware, communication and media that will score you points in the professional world later on.
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Study the future
Applied health and social sciences are fields that are extremely important for economic growth and stable societal relationships. Fields of study such as medical engineering, social work, social management or management in the public service sector demonstrate how we educate you in a practice-related, up-to-date way for a successful professional career.
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You see yourself as a top manager of the future? Then you’re in the right spot on Campus Steyr. We educate future leaders for the business and health sectors in a practice-oriented and future-oriented way. Over 100 universities are among our partners. Register now!
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‘A’-Levels – what now?
If you’ve decided on studies with good job prospects, a good entry-level salary, creative demands and fun experimenting, then business-engineering studies at the FH Upper Austria, Wels campus is exactly the right thing for you! The fields of study in Wels offer a broad range of focus areas from marketing, design, eco-energy, biotechnology to automation, mechanical engineering and material technology. Use 1Day and experience a day of lectures live.
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