The curricula of the study program Applied Mechatronics from Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava focus on modern methods of mathematics, physics, modeling and simulation, mechanics, electronics, sensor systems, communications and information technologies, automatic control and mechatronic systems design in three study branches, namely Automotive Mechatronics, Biomechatronics and Nanomechatronics. Graduates of the program can find jobs in research, development and design of complex mechatronic systems for various application areas (automotive industry, transportation systems, manufacturing processes, power engineering, consumer and control electronics, nanotechnology, health, services, etc.).
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology of Slovak Technical University in Bratislava as one of the oldest technical faculties in Slovakia with rich scientific and research activities has the mission to offer quality academical education of all degrees on the basis of free scientific research and creative experimental development.
The faculty’s mission in the field of pregradual education consists in preparation of universally profiled and flexible graduates of bachelor study programs with an adequate theoretical and practical level of knowledge and ability, thus in preparation of academically educated specialists for a wide social practice.
The mission of educational field in the second study cycle, that is in the master and in the postgraduate study, is academical preparation of specialists for the manager posts in companies and institutions and experts for the development and the research. This is realized by involving the students in the projects of scientific research led by their professors. Scientific research and development as a fundament of creativity is essential for quality pedagogical activity and is therefore being accentuated.
The mission in the field of science and research is granting the teachers, the researchers and the students on behalf of intellectual potential utilization with maximum multiplicative effects of research through the pedagogical activity an environment for free scientific research and creative investigation. The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology of STU as the faculty with technical focus of activities, conscious of certain responsibility for the economic development in Slovakia also actively affiliates the transmission of scientific results into practice.
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Bachelor´s programme lasts three years, and MSc. study lasts another two years. A title given after the successful completion of the entire programme is "Engineer". The credit system makes possible also the professional self-profiling of the student´s orientation. The study is completed by the first State Examination including presentation of the Term Project. The given title is Bachelor (Bc).
After completion bachelor´s programme a student may enter our Master (Engineer) study. The significant part of courses are optional. This study gives to students a deep contemporary theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the field. The study is finished by the second State Examination which consists of the defending of the Diploma thesis and the oral State Examination. Courses are provided in Slovak/English language.
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