Wels CampusEngineering

In view of rising fuel and energy costs and the carbon dioxide problem, motor vehicles and aircraft must use less fuel in future. The rotor blades of wind turbines, various sports equipment such as tennis rackets, skis or Formula 1 cars (fibre-carbonmonocoque) must also be lighter but at the same time measure up to the highest safety standards. Lightweight construction will be the central concern in industry in the future. Everywhere where material is moved in large quantities e.g. in robotics or plant construction, lightweight construction developments will play a role in order to save costs. The job prospects for graduates in this field are commensurately promising.

Essential Information

Degree:
Dipl.-Ing.

Duration:
4 semesters (120 ECTS)

Annual intake:
15

Mode of study:
Full-time

Application:
Online or in writing by August 31st at latest.
www.fh-ooe.at/application

Tuition fees:
Information about tuition fees and ÖH contribution

Contact

Head of Studies:
FH-Prof. DI Dr. Roland Hinterhölzl

Programme Administration:
Bernadette Schober BA

University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria
School of Engineering
Stelzhamerstraße 23
4600 Wels/Austria
Phone: +43 5 0804 43065
Email: sekretariat.lcw@fh-wels.at
Web: www.fh-ooe.at/lcw