Aerospace Engineering

Masterstudium

Campus Wiener Neustadt

Letztes Update: 30.07.2018
BEREICH:
Ingenieurswissenschaft
DAUER: 4
ECTS:
120
ABSCHLUSS: MSc (Master of Science in Engineering)
TYP:
Präsenzstudium
ANWESENHEIT:
Vollzeit
STUDIENGEBÜHR: gesetzl. Studiengebühr (363,30€ pro Semester)
DETAILS: http://www.fhwn.ac.at/Stu...

Über das Studium:

Aerospace Engineering has always been the most outstanding discipline of all the engineering fields. Far from being limited to the Aerospace field alone, aerospace engineers can be found in every field of technology where the most challenging demands must be met.

The Aerospace Engineering Department of the Fachhochschule Wiener Neustadt strives to prepare their students for  challenging tasks in their future professions. For this purpose, an outstanding curriculum has been implemented. Most of the courses are given by lecturers from leading Aerospace Engineering companies using the newest methods and tools (such as ANSYS, CADFEM, CATI software) and thereby ensure the most up-to-date education for our students .  In addition, the curriculum was developed so that the theory taught in the courses can be applied directly either in numerous student projects or in the outstanding research in various fields of Aerospace Engineering (see Research & Development).

Fächer:

Diesen Fächern begegnest du u.a. im Studienplan:

Aerospace Materials, Aerospace Processes, Aerothermodynamik, Air-Breathing Propulsion, Aircraft Desing, Finite Elemente, Mathematik, Optimierung, Physik, Qualitätsmanagement, Satelliten Technologie, Space Applications, Space Propulsion, Spacecraft Environment and Interactions, Statistik, Statistik, System Engineering, Telecommunication

Studieninhalt

Overview

  • Aerospace Engineering Basics: 
    Advanced Mathematics, Statistics and Optimization, CAD for aerospace projects, Advanced finite element computation, Aerospace Project Management and Development Planning, Lightweight Construction, Materials and Processes
  • Aerospace Engineering specialization: 
    Aeronautics:  Physics of Flight, Quality Management in Aeronautics, Aerospace Players and Trends, Aircraft Design, Air Breathing Propulsion, Aircraft System and Technologies, Dynamics of Flight and Flight Control, Autonomy and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, 
    Astronautics:  Space Mission Analysis and Design, Space Propulsion, Satellite Technologies, Space Applications, Space Environment and Interactions, Aerothermodynamics.

Berufsaussichten / Jobs:

Good job opportunities for Aerospace Engineers in a large variety of industries*

The aviation andaerospace industry, where developing flight and spacecraft and their components are designed and tested, is only one potential employer for air and space engineers. Approximately 500 to 600 graduates leave colleges and universities yearly. They work, for example, with airlines and airports, in the automotive industry, the wind industry, in engineering or consulting firms. They also work in the production field, where they organize aircraft production, or R&D, on the construction of aircraft or components like engines. In cooperation with public authorities, they help develop rules and guidelines for safety of the aircraft. Air and space engineers can also work in quality assurance or as experts in accident research.

Aerospace Engineers urgently needed*

“A skilled and qualified labour supply is essential for the competitiveness of the Aerospace Industry. Generally speaking, the quality of education and training in Europe shows a high standard. But there is no guarantee that Europe can keep up with the changing world in a way that maintains or enhances its technological position, as the demand for professional engineers and technicians will grow in all levels of the value chain. Worries about skills shortages are widespread in aerospace industries. European industry sources indicate that the availability of skilled workers and engineers has emerged as an important issue. Demand for highly skilled European aerospace workers is also growing at the lower levels of the value chain. Most of the worries about skills shortages are directed at engineering”

Einstiegsvoraussetzungen:

Assessment of the applications and admission to Aerospace Engineering takes place on a rolling basis.

All applications are submitted online, including necessary documentation. Original documents must be provided by standard mail  when requested to do so.
Applicants who require a visa to study in Austria should prepare to collect the documents required by the Austrian consular service as soon as they are notified that their application has been received and is being evaluated.

Students of the master programme must be in Wiener Neustadt at the start of the programme i.e. day of immatriculation (September). Late arrivals may be refused admission to the programme.
 

Who is eligible to be admitted to Aerospace Engineering?

To meet the eligibility requirements for admission to Aerospace Engineering, all applicants must have, or soon obtain:

    • a Bachelor-degree in a relevant subject such as Aerospace-Engineering, Mechanical Engineer, Mechatronics, Technical Physics etc. as long 30 ECTS in engineer core subjects such as engineering elements, thermodynamics, fluid dynamics, mechanics etc. have been part of the curriculum. 

      or alternatively , 

    • a Diplom-Ingenieur-degree (Dipl.-Ing. FH or TU/TH) in Aerospace-Engineering, Mechatronics or other Engineering subjects (see above)

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    • Proof of English proficiency required for all applicants, whose native language is not English: 
      - Successfully concluded academic degree (see above) in a country whose first and native language is English 
      - IELTS (min. 6.5 overall band score) 
      - TOEFL, IBT score 95 or higher 
       

Schedule

Application deadline is 01.08.2016. Please note that assessment of the applications and admission to Aerospace Engineering takes place on a rolling basis.

    • Now: Online application

Required application documentation

    • curriculum vitae (CV), including photograph (in English)
    • Personal statement detailing your motives to study Aerospace Engineering, your special interests and any other important information (in English)
    • Undergraduate degree certificate (bachelor or equivalent) including a transcript of records and grade point average(GPA)¹. If you have not received your degree certificate at the time of application, it must be submitted as soon as possible, but no later than July 31, 2014. 
    • Secondary school leaving certificate¹
    • Birth certificate¹
    • Proof of citizenship (for non-Austrian citizens: copy of passport)
    • Proof of English proficiency

In addition, if available provide any other information you deem helpful in assessing your qualification (working experiences, extracurricular activities, research activities and projects, publications and similar)

¹ These documents might have to be officially translated into English, and legalized, depending on the country in which they were issued. Please check here(http://www.bmwf.gv.at/fileadmin/user_upload/wissenschaft/naric/english/legalization_list.pdf), whether legalization requirements apply to you. In addition, originals must be shown provided prior to immatriculation.
 

Application Procedure - Steps

  1. Fill in the online application form
  2. Attach all the required documents (see: Required documents)
  3. Submit your online application (note: only complete applications can be evaluated)
  4. If you require a visa to study in Austria, at this point you should collect the necessary documentation for a student visa application. Please check with the local Austrian Consulate regarding (1) documents required  and (2) how long it takes to get a visa
  5. Potential candidates will be invited to a personal interview in English (possibility to conduct the interview via Skype is offered)
  6. Within a two week period following the interview you will receive official notification of your status (accepted/waiting list/rejected)

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