The bachelor's degree programme aims to train and develop IT experts at the cutting edge of technology.

This is the right degree programme for you if you are interested in modern computer systems, networks and the Internet of Things.

The IT Infrastructure Management degree programme can be studied either full-time or part-time - for details see Facts about the degree programme.

"Our graduates can use their knowledge in the field of IT infrastructure to find new solutions."

Christian Büll, Director of Studies

Facts about the study programme

Study programme

Bachelor's degree - 6 semesters
Computer science degree with focus on IT infrastructures

Academic degree

Bachelor of Science in Engineering - BSc

Organisational form

Full-time (Mon - Fri) or extra-occupational (usually every fortnight Friday 14.00 to 21.00 and Saturday from 8.30 to 17.15, additionally two attendance blocks per semester Thurs - Sat all day), 30 % distance learning

Study places


Study location

7000 Eisenstadt, Campus 1


German (required language level B2, C1 desirable), individual courses can also be held in English (required language level at least B2).

Tuition fees


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Online information

with course director Christian Büll on every 3rd Thursday of the month (exception Wed, 13.12.23):

  • Thurs, 18 April 2024 / 6 to 7 p.m.
  • Thu, 16 May 2024 / 6 to 7 p.m.
  • Thu, 20 June 2024 / 6 to 7 p.m.

Registration for online counselling (in-service)

Registration for online counselling (full-time)

Please register no later than 1 day before the appointment.

The work placement for full-time students lasts a total of 15 weeks, which students can choose to complete in the 5th semester and/or 6th semester. The work placement rounds off the practice-oriented training of the degree programme.

Students are required to take the initiative when looking for companies for the work placement; our support is a matter of course. The tools for a successful application - social skills, career planning, assessments, etc. - are trained in previous semesters. - are trained in the previous semesters.  Commitment during the work placement often also means a job offer after graduation.

For a Bachelor's degree programme at our organisation, you meet one of the following requirements:

  • Matura
  • Studienberechtigungsprüfung or Berufsreifeprüfung
  • Preparatory course with additional qualification examination


Language requirements:

German (required language level B2, C1 desirable), individual courses can also be held in English (required language level at least B2).

Application and admission

The University of Applied Sciences Bachelor's Programme IT Infrastructure Management accepts 50 applicants per year.

Application deadline: 31 March - to see whether an application is still possible after this date, click HERE.

Applications received by the deadline for the Bachelor's degree programme in IT Infrastructure Management 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 contents of the admission interview range from the subject area of previous education and personal access to the Bachelor's degree programme at the University of Applied Sciences to any existing professional experience and future professional expectations 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 places.

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

  • The focus on IT infrastructures (system architecture and software, networks, IT technologies), which is unique in Austria , and the topicality of the content.
  • the acquisition of nationally and internationally recognised certificates during the degree programme (e.g. Microsoft certification, project management,...)
  • Organisation and flexibility: the study programme is offered full-time and part-time, whereby it is possible to change between the organisational forms semester by semester.
  • Teachers who know what they are talking about. A high-calibre mix of full-time university lecturers and practitioners.
  • Specialisations: Distributed Systems or Security Management
  • Students are involved in exciting research projects, currently among others in the Agri-Tec 4.0 project with the development of smart and secure solutions for the agriculture of the future (Vertical Farming).

Occupational fields

Graduates work in companies of all sizes that build, operate and maintain IT infrastructures.

Design and implementation of IT infrastructures
Project manager for IT infrastructure projects, ICT planning engineer

Information technology departments
ICT and network manager, IT quality manager, IT security officer

IT Services
IT Consultant, IT Service Officer

Sales and Marketing, Training and Support
IT Customer Service Manager, Help Desk Manager




Do you have more questions?

We will be happy to advise you and help you choose the right degree programme. Make the right decision well informed.

Lena Tauchner | Consulting

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