You acquire comprehensive knowledge in 3 modules:
For the Master of Engineering in Cleanroom Technology you also need to write a master’s thesis.
Lessons are taught according to the “blended learning” approach: face-to-face sessions (60%) are combined with online teaching (40%).
The university programme is aimed at people in the following sectors:
You must have one of the following qualifications to be admitted to the master's programme Master of Engineering in Cleanroom Technology (90 ECTS):
You can be admitted to the Academic Cleanroom Engineer programme (60 ECTS) if you have attended an academic secondary school or a college for higher vocational education (secondary school leaving examination) and have at least 2 years of professional experience in cleanroom technology or at least 2 years of professional experience at a research or teaching institution, such as a university or university of applied sciences.
This fee does not include travel, lodging or meals expenses.
* These courses in module 1, 2 and 3 are only taken if one wishes to qualify with a Master of Engineering.
Annual investments in cleanroom components for industrial production processes are increasing steadily. This applies to almost all industries: from automotive engineering, aeronautical and aerospace engineering, the production of pharmaceuticals and medical products, to microelectronics and modern LED lamps. This programme aims to teach a combination of practical knowledge and fundamental scientific principles: this enables graduates to understand current technologies, use them in a competent manner, improve them and develop revolutionary new approaches.
Cleanroom technology has entered all industries. Experts from this area of specialisation are needed in industry, particularly for bills of quantities, design services and tendered services, in research and development and in plant and equipment construction.
Cleanroom technicians work
Cleanroom technology is found in many industry sectors – from food, to pharmacy, to microelectronics, to satellite production. Cleanroom technology plays an important role in ensuring quality and stability in the finished products. By combining e-learning with face-to-face sessions, Life Long Learning at TU Graz has created the perfect programme for part-time continuing education. During the university certificate programme, I gained in-depth knowledge of fundamental aspects of cleanroom technology as well as of numerous related scientific fields. I also found the practical way in which scientific topics were taught to be particularly beneficial and would recommend this continuing education programme to anyone who works directly or indirectly with cleanroom technology or who wants to enter this specialist field.
Ass.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Institute of Process and Particle Engineering
Phone: +43 316 873 30412