The graduate of Production Devices and systems study programme acquire the basic theoretical knowledge of natural sciences, technical and technological disciplines, enterprise management and quality as well as basic knowledge of informatics to be able to utilize applicable approach to computer technology. In 2nd and 3rd year of study the graduate enhances the knowledge by studying profile subjects, particularly in the field of mechanization and automation, industrial robots and manipulators, machine parts and mechanisms, tools and technological equipment of production devices, etc., with emphasis on practical skills.
The organic connection of studying natural, technical and technological disciplines is aimed at providing the graduates with the best prerequisites to implement in the job market.
The graduate can operate as a designer of automated production systems and devices, or as a technologist or independent entrepreneur in engineering services as well as an expert in various production and technological workplaces.
Despite the lacking related statistics on graduates’ implementation, we can state that majority of bachelor study graduates continue in related master study. Nevertheless, some graduates enter the job market immediately after graduation and accomplish their master study in part-time form. In general, the graduates of Production devices and systems study programme have no difficulties to find a job; on the contrary, they are often headhunted.
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