Methods and solutions to production technology issues are the focus of the Master of Science in Engineering and Production Management at FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences. The topics covered range from specific calculation methods through production techniques to the use of robotic systems. We’ll provide you with the necessary expertise to use the latest manufacturing and process technologies.
The co-op Master of Science in Engineering and Production Management at FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences allows you to consolidate what you have learnt while working at your training partner company. You have the opportunity to specify your particular areas of interest while, at the same time, laying the foundation for your subsequent Master's thesis.
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A signed letter of application
A signed CV
A copy of documentary evidence that you have completed a relevant Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification
A Transcript of Records for verifying compliance with the admission requirements
A proof of qualification for university entrance
A copy of your citizenship certificate or passport
Application Form, completed and signed
Since the Master’s degree programme in Engineering and Production Management is a co-op course, applicants need to provide evidence of 15 months professional experience in a company. The work carried out as part of individual internships or an employment relationship should have focused on production engineering or product/process development and primarily involved engineering and/organisational tasks.
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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