Automation and Information Engineering in Chemistry and Food Industry

Engineering study programme Automation and Information Engineering in Chemical and Food Industries is focused on education in field of general analytical methods, design and implementation automation control systems, analyses technological devices and processes, information technologies, design of technical and programmes tools and its implementation in chemical, biochemical and food industries. Education is oriented on process control, identification and modelling of systems, adaptive control, construction and testing of measuring devices and equipment, and on development of software packages for intelligent control systems. Second branch is devoted to information technologies, data management, and Internet programming.

Study program provides education in implementation and exploitation of automation in chemical, biochemical, and food industries, in the field of information technologies in chemical, biochemical, and food industries, in the field of process control and management with basic knowledge of chemical, biochemical and food industries. Graduates understand technical language, technical documents, communicate at least in one major world language. They can lead a team and present their results.



Prospects of graduates

Graduates can continue at PhD level in the same or similar study programs. Multidisciplinarity of this study program makes possible for the graduate to be employed in all countries of the European Union in chemical, biochemical, and food industries at positions requiring completed education of the second degree. The graduate is acquainted with process modelling methods, process control, optimization, instrumentation and regulation techniques, industrial control systems, design of management information system, computer operation systems, programming languages, database systems, web technologies. The graduate can implement this knowledge in chemical, biochemical, and food industries. 

Guarantor: prof. Ing. Miroslav Fikar, DrSc., e-mail: miroslav.fikar@stuba.sk



Information on the employment of graduates

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Conditions for international students

Additional Admission Conditions for Engineer Study Programmes at the Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology, STU in Bratislava



Without entrance examinations
yes

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  • Apply the application for study

    15.02.2021 - 31.05.2021

  • Submit additional application form

    01.06.2021 - 09.08.2021

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Anticipated number of applicants to be accepted
1


Current number of filed applications:
14


Additions
  • Bachelor diploma
  • kópiu dodatku k vysokoškolskému diplomu alebo kópiu výpisu absolvovaných predmetov s kreditovým hodnotením
  • kópiu potvrdenia o zaplatení poplatku za materiálne zabezpečenie prijímacieho konania


Annual tuition fees
Standard length of study: 1500 €
Study longer than the standard length of study program, parallel studies: 1500 €

The fee for admission procedure
application form: 40 €
E-application form: 40 €

Billing information

Name of the Bank: Statna pokladnica
IBAN: SK7881800000007000081471
SWIFT: SPSRSKBA
Message for recipient: Surname, PK 2021/2022
Owner of the Account: FCHPT STU, Radlinskeho 9, 812 37 Bratislava, Slovakia

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Last update: 31.08.2021 02:54

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