Language of instruction: German
This master program is aimed at educating facility managers and engineers who are capable of mastering current and future challenges of the field (such as implementation of integrated planning and "Nearly Zero Energy Buildings Standards") based on their knowledge and competence.
This is the right program for you if you wish to master the necessary skills for planning, construction, operation and maintenance of energy and cost-efficient technical facilities in residential as well as non-residential buildings.
Begun in 1994, the program sells itself through expert instructors and the means for applied research and development in a well-equipped lab directly at the university. The curriculum combines content such as technical building equipment, facility management, control systems engineering and control technology with European business law and safety. With potential for various areas of specialization in facility engineering and facility management, this program is unique in Austria.
Master’s programme - 4 semesters,
Diplomingenieur/in for technicalscientific
Part-time study, Friday from approx. 14.00-21.45 and Saturday from
|Available study places|
|Place of study||7423 Pinkafeld, Steinamangerstraße 21|
|Language of instruction||German|
Completion of a technical or natural science post-secondary level programme
of at least three years at an accredited domestic or foreign educational institution, e.g. a bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degree from a university or a university of applied sciences. For more information, see
The Building Technology and Management master`s degree programme distinguishes itself through
- its unique programme in building technology and building 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.
- providing needs-based introductory courses at the beginning of the programme.
- the integration of current research results through direct knowledge transfer between research and teaching.
- courses taught by internationally-renowned experts.
Potential employers include all private and public companies and organisations who deal with the topics of planning, construction, running and maintaining buildings and their technical systems. Such positions may include project development within building technology and the building management of that project as well as the autonomous planning, call for tenders, processing of approval procedures,
production, renovation and sale of technical systems for buildings and/or individual components. They may also include technical and business leadership including maintenance and safety management as well as life cycle management.
Graduates of this programme work in areas such as:
in project development, as production engineers, facility managers, heads of building management departments, safety advisors
Research, development and education
as researchers and project leaders in research and development departments
as planning engineers, project managers, heads of building technology departments, site managers or key account managers