This degree programme is the right choice for you if you want to work and research for a sustainable future.
The Bachelor's degree programme aims to train and develop professionals in the field of buildings, energy and the environment with the ability to dialogue with other subject areas such as economics and law.
The Energy and Environmental Management degree programme can be studied either full-time,part-time or extended part-time - for details see Facts about the degree programme.
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Facts about the study programme
Bachelor's degree - 6 semesters
Bachelor of Science in Engineering - BSc
Full-time*, part-time** or extended part-time*** Flexible change option at the end of each semester
7423 Pinkafeld, Steinamangerstrasse 21
German (required language level at least B2), individual courses can also be held in English (required language level at least B1).
* Full-time: approx. 15 weeks per semester, usually Tuesday to Friday, face-to-face teaching with many additional offers. "Study and more" with compact semesters and longer holidays.
** Part-time: over a period of approx. 22 weeks, on average every fortnight of classes at the study centre: usually Friday 2 p.m. to 9.45 p.m. and Saturday from 8.30 a.m. to approx. 6.30 p.m., plus two attendance blocks per semester Thursday to Saturday from 8.30 a.m. to approx. 7.30 p.m. each day. "Pure studywith blended learning: classroom and distance learning.
*** Extended extra-occupational: study extended by two semesters with a lower semester load as a result.
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Bachelor's degree programme in Energy and Environmental Management
Approximately 50 applicants are admitted to the Bachelor's degree programme in Energy and Environmental Management every year.
Applications received by the University of Applied Sciences Bachelor of Science in Energy and Environmental Management within a set deadline will be considered in the admission procedure for the coming academic year. Registration takes place via the online registration
Personal admission interview The admission interviews (individual appointments) take place from March onwards. The main content of the admission interview is motivation and career expectations. Further contents range from the subject area of previous education to the personal approach to the Bachelor's degree programme at the University of Applied Sciences to any existing professional experience of the applicants.
Decision on admission The applicants are assessed, ranked and notified of their admission. Applicants without a firm acceptance will be placed on a waiting list and will be moved up in the case of non-admitted applicants. Applications that are submitted late can only be considered if there are free study places.
Deposit After a binding acceptance of a study place, a deposit of € 350,- is collected at the University of Applied Sciences Burgenland to secure a study place. This deposit is refunded to active students after the end of the first semester. If an applicant does not fulfil the admission requirements before the start of the programme (e.g. did not pass the secondary school leaving examination, did not pass the additional qualification examination, etc.), the deposit will also be returned. In all other cases, the deposit is forfeited.
Highlights of this study programme
future-oriented, unique technical education with a business and language focus
high proportion of practice-oriented courses in a unique laboratory for energy and environmental technology
Possible acquisition of additional qualifications during the course of studies (certificates such as project manager, waste management officer, internal quality, environmental, energy auditor...)
Project work as optimal preparation for the professional internship and professional life
Flexible study options for an optimal balance between studies, work and private life
Individual support before and during studies through support courses for students without prior technical/scientific knowledge, support courses for all students
Graduates work in energy and environmental companies, technical offices, environmental protection organisations, waste management companies and in plant construction, planning, modifying and improving technical systems, products and operational processes with the aim of achieving the highest possible energy efficiency, maximum resource conservation and low environmental impact:
Energy, building and environmental technology Product manager, planning engineer, process engineer, project coordinator, commercial-technical project manager, project manager, sales and customer service engineer
Energy economics and management Energy manager, energy officer, energy consultant, energy auditor, project coordinator, project manager, consultant, quality manager