BSc Computer Engineering
Are you eager to know what chips, circuit boards, and processors are all about? Do you want to develop and program innovative electronics? Computer engineering combines informatics and electrical engineering. Calculate, plan, build, network, and program future technologies – today.
What to expect?
In the Computer Engineering bachelor, you will learn how hardware and software interact. Theory and practice are closely linked. Whether it’s medical devices, robots, cars, airplanes, or objects in our daily lives - the combination of electronics and code keeps everything running in our interconnected world.
At TU Wien, we build from the basics: from mathematics to algorithms and data structures, system architecture, programming, statistics, operating systems, and computer networks. You’ll also learn how to develop microelectronics, how signals are processed, and how components and software interact to form a highly sophisticated system.
Why all this?
The combination of electrical engineering and informatics opens up a wide variety of work as a computer, network or software engineer, system architect, expert in automation technology and more.
Develop, research, program, communicate, advise companies, manage IT projects or start your own company. With a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering you are well prepared for an international IT career.
In the orientation phase (StEOP), you will mathematics and programming, how systems work, and what modeling is - all the essential basics. From the first semester, you’ll start with Fundamentals of Informatics and learn about algorithms, data structures, and digital systems. Mathematics is also an important part of the equation (pun intended). Programming from the start of your studies will help you to put theory into practice. In practical lab exercises, you’ll learn how operating systems are structured and how to create complex computer networks.
Electrical engineering will be part of your studies from the second semester onwards. You’ll design and build hardware, focusing on the interconnection of electrical components. You will also learn how individual hardware elements interact. Starting in the third semester, you’ll delve into Signals + Systems, where you’ll learn signal processing and automation. You’ll learn about the design and application of fault-tolerant systems in the subject Reliable Distributed Real-Time Systems and the basics for constructing embedded & cyber-physical systems.
You are deeply immersed in a rich environment full of exciting ideas and interesting challenges that foster your talents and provide new experiences:
- Join our Bachelor with Honors program! Our excellence program enables you to prove your potential in individually designed challenges, nurture your talents, and engage you in scientific research.
- Participate in our student mobility programs! International exchange is in our DNA. Meet students, researchers, and lecturers from all over the world, participate in Erasmus, and join our double degree programs during your Masters.
- Come for the Bachelor; stay for the Master and Doctorate! A bachelor’s degree is the ideal preparation for one of our Master programs and a doctorate at the TU Wien Informatics Doctoral School. And we are always looking for excellent candidates for open positions in the scientific field.
- Get to know the people and research! We are proud of the distinguished scholars and researchers who make up our diverse faculty. Find out who they are, what projects our research units are working on, and stay in touch through our newsroom and social media channels.
- Enjoy Vienna! Our campus is located directly in the heart of Vienna. Besides Vienna ranking as the city with the highest quality of life and TU Wien Informatics in the Global Top 15% in Computer Science, there are numerous more reasons why you should study with us.
You’re more than just a number when you study with us. Be part of TU Wien Informatics!
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there any access restrictions?
Which program is right for me?
I’m new, where can I get oriented?
I want to begin one of the expiring curricula in the summer term of 2023. Is it possible to still graduate?
I am studying in an expiring bachelor’s program. How can I switch to the new Bachelor of Informatics?
I have switched from an expiring bachelor’s program to the new Bachelor of Informatics. Do I need to credit courses I have already taken?
Courses that are continued in the new Bachelor of Informatics do not have to be credited – this will happen automatically.
Courses that are DISCONTINUED in the new Bachelor of Informatics must be credited within two semesters of starting the new program. Fill in the relevant form and bring it together with the official signed transcripts to our TU Wien Informatics Study Services. As soon as the decision about your application has been received, you will be notified.