Master’s degree programs build on a completed bachelor’s degree program and allow students to specialize or focus on topics in more detail or to expand their existing expertise.
You must meet subject-matter requirements to be admitted to the Sports Equipment Technology master’s degree program. Prerequisites include a bachelor’s degree from a UAS in a relevant subject matter or an equivalent degree from a recognized post-secondary educational institution (at least 180 ECTS credits) in Austria or another country. If basic equivalence has been established except for a few missing prerequisites, the program director can require students to take exams to establish full equivalence. These exams are taken during the master’s program.
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.
When is my bachelor’s degree considered relevant?
1. Full equivalence is established if the applicant holds a degree in one of the programs below, which are listed by program group:
- Electronic Engineering, Communication Systems, Automation
- Production and Automation Engineering, Mechatronics, Electronic Engineering, Precision and Information Engineering, Sensor Technology and Microsystems, Telecommunications, Logistics, Production and Process Design, Network Engineering, Embedded Systems, Product and Process Engineering, Systems Engineering
- Computer Science, Software
- Software Engineering, Computer Science, Business Informatics, Media Engineering, Mobile Computing, Computer Security, Information and Communication Systems, IT Security, Geographic Information
- Mechanical Engineering, Automotive Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics – Mechanical Engineering, Automotive Engineering, Aviation
- Materials Science and Material Engineering
- Materials Science, Material Engineering, Plastics Engineering
2. Basic equivalence is established if approximately 60 ECTS credits have been completed in six core subjects. The core subjects are key requirements that students should already have mastered in order to successfully complete the master’s degree program.
|Core subject area|
|Basic principles of mechanical engineering (e.g. mechanics, machine elements, design, materials)|
|Basic principles of electrical engineering (e.g. electrical engineering, electronic engineering, electric drive systems)|
|Computer science (e.g. programming, data acquisition)|
|Business administration (e.g. business administration, controlling, marketing, production management, logistics)|
|Areas of application for mechatronics (e.g. control engineering, measurement engineering, sensor technology, production engineering)|
|Materials science and material engineering|
If basic equivalence has been established except for a few missing prerequisites, the program director can require students to take exams equivalent to up to 30 ECTS credits. These exams must be taken at UAS Technikum Wien. If exams exceeding 30 ECTS credits would be necessary, then admission requirements are considered not met.
What prerequisites do I need to meet if I am applying from outside Austria?
Degree program applicants must have language skills equivalent to level B2 or higher of the Common European Framework Reference for Languages and must be able to submit a certificate of their proficiency. Applicants who have a diploma or university degree in the language of instruction are not required to provide a certificate of their proficiency.
A number of documents (e.g. leaving certificates) are required to show that you meet the admission requirements for a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree. If your documents were issued abroad, you will need to have these certified in line with the relevant guidelines so that they can be recognized in Austria – and thus by UAS Technikum Vienna. 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, from which you are then forwarded to the associated legalization regulations and translation rules.
The program director can determine on an individual basis whether an applicant meets admission requirements.