Language of instruction: German
The course combines energy engineering and energy management with ecology and environmental engineering, business economics and law. Students have the unique opportunity of studying various foreign languages as well as utilising the energy and environmental engineering laboratory on campus.
Bachelor’s programme - 6 semesters
Bachelor of Science in Engineering - BSc
Full-time*, part-time** or extended part-time*** study
Available study places
Place of study
7423 Pinkafeld, Steinamangerstraße 21
Language of instruction
German (level B2)
*Full-time: approximately 15 weeks per semester, usually Tuesday through Friday; physical presence with many additional offers.
**Part-time: over a period of approximately 22 weeks, with on-campus courses (every two weeks, on average): usually Friday from 2:00 p.m.--9:45 p.m. and Saturday from 8:30 a.m.--6:30 p.m., with an additional two physical presence blocks per semester (Thursday - Saturday, from 8:30 a.m.—7:30 p.m.). ***Extended Part-Time: a program which has an additional two semesters in order to lighten each semester course load.
“ A“ levels (or equivalent qualifications), university entrance examination or
vocational matriculation examination, preparatory course with an accreditation
For more information, see details (in German)
Forward-thinking, unique technical content focussing curriculum including economy and language aspects. Students can specialise in the areas of building technology, energy engineering and energy industry, ecology and environmental management.
Years of expertise as one of the first university of applied
sciences programmes in Austria with graduates following
careers in a variety of interesting areas.
Our fully-equipped state of the art laboratory, optimal for both studying and research.
The opportunity to obtain recognised additional qualifications within the framework of the ordinary curriculum. These include Project Manager, Waste Management Officer and Safety Officer.
Excellent didactic structure: unique help and support before and throughout the programme including a free one-year preparatory course for interested students without an A-level equivalent exam, a bridging course for students without a technical or scientific background and supporting coaching classes for all interested students.
Potential employers include all companies and organisations who deal with the topic of energy, buildings and the environment, in areas such as plant construction, energy supply, waste management, engineering offices or environmental organisations. Graduates of this programme work in designing, planning, tendering and carrying out of approval procedures or in construction, construction supervision, plant management and operation of plants and consulting, particularly in areas such as: