Leitung mit Aufschrift Hydrogen

Hydrogen Engineering

New bachelor’s degree program at the UAS Technikum Wien: Start of studies in 2024/25.


The dual study program for hydrogen technology specialists

Hydrogen is a key energy source for phasing out fossil fuels. Many new technologies are leading to the development of ever broader application areas for hydrogen technologies – mobility, mechanical engineering, energy storage and energy transport are some of them. The course provides an overview of the technologies used along the entire value chain: generation, transport and storage, and energy conversion equipment.


Our new hydrogen bachelor program will start (subject to accreditation by AQ Austria and university council decision) in the winter semester 2024/25 and will be offered as a dual degree program. The application takes place exclusively at the UAS Technikum Wien. The first two semesters of the program are completed at the FHTW, during which time the application phase begins at one of the available partner companies. From the 3rd semester onwards, the studies take place alternately in practical phases at the company and at the UAS Technikum Wien.

Stefan Savic

The dual study program combines specialized work in a company with the acquisition of basic skills at the university of applied sciences around hydrogen technologies.

Stefan Savic

Head of the Development Team

Career Prospects

Graduates have knowledge in the fields of energy technology and plant engineering in hydrogen technologies or knowledge in the cross-sectional subject of renewable energies. Accordingly, the career prospects of graduates of the hydrogen technology program are good. With their interdisciplinary knowledge, they can work in various industries such as energy supply, mechanical engineering or wholesale. They work, for example, as energy consultants, control engineers or production managers. Typical tasks include plant planning in the field of hydrogen technology, interface planning in energy, building and construction technology or the planning of energy networks.


Stefan Savic
Stefan Savic, BSc

Junior Lecturer/Researcher

+43 1 333 40 77 - 7823stefan.savic@technikum-wien.at



The next step to study Hydrogen Engineering is to apply via our online application system:

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