When do I meet the admission requirements?
Skills-related admission requirements for a Master’s degree program at a university of applied sciences is a completed relevant Bachelor’s degree program from a university of applied sciences or the completion of an equivalent degree program at a recognized domestic or foreign post-secondary educational institution (cf. section 4(4) of the University of Applied Sciences Studies Act, FHStG).
The Bachelor's certificate must be handed in latest by 15 December 2020. This means that you do not have to wait for the Bachelor's degree to successfully apply for a Master's program.
Relevant qualifications include such domestic or foreign Bachelor’s degrees in which it can be proven that a total of at least approx. 60 ECTS in technical subjects (e.g. electrical engineering, computer science, mechanical engineering, etc.), natural sciences (e.g. mathematics, statistics, physics, chemistry, etc.) and/or (preferably technology-related) business administration (e.g. project management, process management, production management, logistics, etc.) have been accumulated.
In individual cases (e.g. if parts of the skills-based admission requirements were acquired within the framework of school education or within the framework of professional practice, etc.) the head of the degree program shall decide if the admission criteria have been fulfilled.
Knowledge of German and English must correspond at least to a B2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
The skills-based admission requirements for the Master’s degree program “Innovation and Technology Management” are thus deliberately kept flexible so that the program can be taken both by graduates of a technical and of an economics Bachelor’s degree program. We consider the heterogeneous competence profiles (technology, informatics, management) of first-year students to be a great opportunity, which we consciously exploit by working on case studies or projects in mixed teams (peer learning).
What requirements do I have to meet as an applicant from abroad?
If your documents were issued abroad, you must have them legalized in accordance with certain guidelines so that they can be recognized in Austria – and thus at UAS Technikum Wien. If your documents have not been issued in German or in English, you must also submit a German or English translation which must also meet certain criteria. You can select the country in which your documents were issued on the following page, where you are then redirected to the associated legalization regulations and translation rules.