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Study Programmes

The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering offers also Bachelor studies taught in English for both Slovak and international students. All programmes taught in English language have the same curricula and the subjects have the same syllabi as courses taught in the Slovak language.

The Bachelor programmes are:

Applied Mechanics and Mechatronics

The Master study programmes are:

Production Systems and Quality Managment with study branch: Automotive Production

Brief Description

Bachelor Study Programme 

Applied Mechanics and Mechatronics
If you choose to study in the fields of Applied Mechanics and Mechatronics, your career will combine the most interesting and important elements of mechanical, electronic and information engineering into a highly skilled and professional opportunity. If you think that studying mechanical engineering is just about gears and mechanisms, think again! Today Applied Mechanics and Mechatronics utilizes state of the art software mechanics, intelligent and advanced material solutions, sophisticated sensor systems, innovative application of neuron networks, advanced automation and many more interesting and exciting opportunities which are very valuable in the commercial and industrial sectors. If you find machines fascinating, and are interested in the cutting edge of technology, then Applied Mechanics and Mechatronics is the right way for you!

Master’s Study Programme

Production Systems and Quality Managment with study branch: Automotive Production
Graduates of this programme have a thorough knowledge of mechanical engineering and its application in the automotive industry.
Slovakia is a major automobile producer with a 150-year tradition of mechanical engineering, enabling us to base the course content on the proven needs of this industry.
The focus of the course is the acquisition of in-depth knowledge of the manufacturing process in the automotive industry. Areas covered include production technologies, quality management (TQM), management and organization of production, logistics, montage and maintenance, life cycle management and recycling . Also studied are specialized areas such as noise, testing, statistical methods and social aspects of the automotive industry. The second part is focused on a product itself (a vehicle) - CAD, applied car mechanics and elasticity, mechanical and hydraulic parts, construction materials. Professional experience in the industry is part of the study.
Graduates of this study programme are much sought-after, not only in the job market of the automotive industry but also in many other engineering production fields.


Experiences in relevant production companies and useful complementary subjects such as foreign languages, physical education and sport, and modern management complete this very popular study programme.

These will be entirely delivered in English language in the academic year 2018/2019, subject to a minimum number of 10 admitted and registered students.

For more information about admission process for Bachelor/Master degree study programmes please see ADMISSION PROCEDURE section in the main menu.

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Study Programmes in Slovak Language in the Academic Year 2018/19

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