VEHICLES AND ENGINES

The graduates in the bachelor´s study programme Vehicles and Enginesin are able to analyse problems and opportunities that occur in different practical areas related to the field of transport means and their important subsystems. The graduates gain basic knowledge in the subjects of general technical education, they have a general overview of mechanical engineering production and its management, professional knowledge in the field of transport means, combustion engines, hydraulic and pneumatic machines and equipment, knowledge of quality assessment and testing of transport means and knowledges regarding methods of compliance with legislative requirements imposed on the production and operation of transport means and their subsystems.

The graduates are able to design and to provide construction solutions of the transport means parts and their subsystems also using modern computer-assisted technologies. They are able to find work in the operation of transport means, mainly of road vehicles, rail vehicles, combustion engines, hydraulic and pneumatic machines and equipment, by their diagnostics, maintenance and repairs.The graduates meet conditions for further education in the master´s degree studies, especially in the study programmes Vehicles and Engines and Vehicle Maintenance.



Prospects of graduates

Absolvent je schopný uplatniť sa v prevádzke dopravných prostriedkov, najmä cestných vozidiel, koľajových vozidiel, spaľovacích motorov, hydraulických a pneumatických strojov a zariadení, pri ich diagnostike, údržbe a opravách.



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Conditions of admission

1.   The fundamental prerequisite of being accepted to the undergraduate study program (first degree) is full completion of secondary education (Higher Education Act, n.131/2002 Coll.).

2.   Language competence – written and oral command of Slovak or Czech.  Studying at the faculty, including the opportunity of spending a part of your study abroad, calls for a need of mastering at least one of the world languages (English, German, Spanish, French).  

Health capability – the faculty does not require any confirmations of health status and accepts all the applications without any health certificates for all degrees of the university studies.



Additional information

Všetky informácie ohľadom prijímacieho konania sú zverejnené na web stránke fakulty:

https://www.fstroj.uniza.sk/index.php?option=com_sppagebuilder&view=page&id=219



Conditions for international students

The same terms and conditions of admission are applicable as for the applicants from abroad as for the applicants from Slovakia.

Foreign students who study in a foreign language(i.e. not Slovak), pay the tuition fee as stated in § 92 Subsection 8 (Higher Education Act). The tuition fee is specified by the UNIZA directive for the respective academic year, which can be found on the university website.

Students from abroad who study in the Slovak language do not have to pay the tuition fee. The applicants from the Czech Republic who want to apply and study in Žilina can use the application form available in the Czech Republic. The applicants who do not actively speak Slovak or Czech are required to attend the language training. (It is possible to attend the Slovak for Foreigners courses at UNIZA).

For foreign applicants who were accepted on the basis of international agreements or Slovak government grants, terms and conditions stated in respective agreements are applicable.



Without entrance examinations
yes

Conditions of admission without the entrance exam

PRIJÍMAME VŠETKÝCH UCHÁDZAČOV BEZ PRIJÍMACÍCH SKÚŠOK. Prijímacie konanie sa uskutoční formou výberového konania.



Coordinator for students with specific needs

doc. Mgr. Branislav Ftorek, PhD. tel.: 041/513 2519, 4950

e-mail: branislav.ftorek@fstroj.uniza.sk



General information on the admission exam

WE ACCEPT ALL APPLICANTS WITHOUT ENTRY FEES. The admission procedure will be carried out in the form of a selection procedure.



Form of entrance exam

Rules of Selection Procedure

  • within the selection procedure, the results achieved during the secondary school study (annual certificates and the school leaving exam certificate) and participation in subject’s competitions in Mathematics or Physics (Olympiáda) at a regional or higher level will be evaluated, whereas the type of the secondary school will be considered as well. No entrance examinations take place.

 



Tests

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  • Apply the application for study

    31.03.2023

  • Performance of the entrance exam

    15.06.2023

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Anticipated number of applicants to be accepted
80


Additions
  • leaving certificate (paper form, electronic form)
  • CV (paper form, electronic form)
  • (paper form, electronic form)
  • (paper form, electronic form)


Annual tuition fees
Standard length of study: cost free
Study longer than the standard length of study program, parallel studies: 450 €

The fee for admission procedure
application form: 20 €
E-application form: 20 €

Billing information

Žilinská univerzita, Univerzitná 1, 010 26 Žilina

Bank: Štátna pokladnica

IBAN: SK34 8180 0000 0070 0026 9861

constant symbol: 0308

variable symbol:             10231 – bakalárske štúdium

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Detail of the study program

 
 
Chystáš sa študovať na vysokej škole na Slovensku? Teraz môžeš získať štipendium až 9 000 € počas prvých troch rokov štúdia. More information

Detail of the study program

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Responsibility for content: doc. Mgr. Branislav Ftorek, PhD. – branislav.ftorek@fstroj.uniza.sk
Last update: 22.09.2022 13:59

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