Multi-disciplined engineers manufacture work-pieces, produce tools and appliances for production and put together equipment, appliances, machines and facilities. In conjunction with other specialists, you will work on orders and projects, develop construction solutions, create technical documents, build prototypes and carry out tests. You will be involved in putting machines into operation as well as planning and monitoring production processes and carrying out maintenance and repair work.
Multi-disciplined engineers are economical in their way of thinking and acting. You will carry out your tasks and projects independently and systematically. You will also be used to working in a team and open-minded and flexible to change and innovation.
You must have a genuine interest in mathematics, algebra, physics and technical matters. If you also have good spatial perception and enjoy working with accuracy and care on ultra-modern computer-controlled machinery, then a career as a multi-disciplined engineer is the one for you.
Level G (basic requirements)
We require a "medium"-level school-leavers' diploma (level M is compulsory in mathematical subjects) as well as good results in mathematics, algebra, geometry and physics.
Level E (further requirements)
We require a "highest"-level school-leavers' diploma (level E is compulsory in mathematical subjects) as well as very good results in mathematics, algebra, geometry and physics.
Level M (Berufsmaturität/vocational high school leavers' certificate)
Trainees who take Profile E have the possibility from their second apprenticeship year to study for the Berufsmaturität (vocational high school leavers' certificate). To do so, they must pass an entrance examination.
Information on training profile
The division of "basic requirements" and "further requirements" only occurs at vocational college. The professional training is carried out at the same level for all profiles.