Study programmes

Mechatronics studies

1st degree studies

stationary

A detailed description of the syllabus can be found here.

 

part-time

second-degree studies

stationary

The framework programme for tutor studies, implemented in the second degree,includes the following subjects: mandatory general ones, elective humanitie one, compulsory ones - related to the field of study selected and the individual study programme options.

A detailed description of the syllabuses for Mechatronics studies can be found in the Item Tab catalog and the catalogue of subjects of the individual course of studies can be found on the subpage dedicated to  tutor studies.

Automation, Robotics and Industrial IT studies

1st degree studies

stationary

A detailed description of the syllabus can be found here.

part-time

second-degree studies

stationary

The framework programme of tutor studies,implemented in the second degree, includes the following subjects: mandatory general ones, elective humanities ones, compulsory ones - related to the selected field of study and the individual study programme options.

A detailed description of the syllabuses for the field of Automation, Robotics and Industrial IT can be found in the Item Card catalogue, and the catalogue of subjects of the individual course of studies can be found on the subpage dedicated to the tutor studies. 

Biomedical Engineering studies

1st degree studies

stationary

A detailed description of the syllabus can be found here.

second-degree studies

stationary

  • Learning outcomes: 1 and 2
  • Study plan for the Medical Apparatus specialty

A detailed description of the syllabus can be found here.

The framework programme of tutoring studies, implemented in the second degree, includes the following subjects: mandatory general ones, elective humanities ones, compulsory ones - connected with the selected field of studies, and elective ones connected with the selected specialization.

A detailed description of the syllabuses for the Biomedical Engineering studies can be found in the Item Card catalogue.

Detailed information on language programmes and effects can be found on the Foreign Language Studies Cards website.