Study programme: Mechatronics
The study programme Mechatronics is in an attendance form of study and in Czech language only. The details about the subjects are HERE.
Study programme: Information Technology
The study programme Information Technology is in an attendance form of study and in Czech language only. It have the specialisation:
- Applied Informatics
- Informatics and Logistics
- Intelligent Systems
The details about the specialisations and the subjects are HERE.
Study programme: Nanotechnology
The study programme Nanotechnology is in an attendance form of study and in Czech language only. The details about the subjects are HERE.
Study programme: Applied Sciences in Engineering
The study programme Applied Sciences in Engineering is in an attendance form of study and in Czech language only. The details about the subjects are HERE.
- The study programmes last for three years with the courses organized into six semesters.
- The prerequisite for admission to the Bachelor’s degree programme is completion of secondary education ending with graduation, or a corresponding foreign education.
- After successful completion of the degree the title of Bc is awarded.
- The study plan for each semester consists of compulsory courses as well as possible compulsory elective subjects which students choose in order to reach the required number of credits.
- During the first semester students must obtain at least 10 credits, at least 40 credits in the first year of study, and at least 30 credits in each subsequent year of study, except for the year of study when the student signs up for the final state examination.
- In order to graduate students must earn at least 180 credits, pass the foreign language examination, obtain two credits for physical education, successfully pass their state examination and defend their Bachelor’s dissertation.
- A prerequisite for the final state examination and the defence of a Bachelor’s dissertation is the completion of all of the semesters.
- Basic knowledge of the English language is required for the course in “Professional English”, courses for beginners are not provided.
- Students that have prepared individually to take the examination within the scope of the curriculum and the requirements set by the Department of Foreign Languages can take the examination earlier, based on an agreement with the guarantor of the “Professional English” course.
- The study programme includes all the requirements under Section 44 of the Universities Act 111/98 Coll.
The characteristics of the individual fields can be found in the annually published Course Information brochure.