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Admission procedure, application forms, deadlines, contacts

The main feature of the Master degree study program Production Technologies and Production Management is that the knowledge gained during the first stage of study is developed and supplemented in the field of natural sciences and especially in the area of the profiling technological and managerial subjects. Graduates of this program will gain knowledge about metallic and non-metallic materials and their processing technologies, including deeper theories. This knowledge combains with the study of profiling subjects, especially from the issues of advanced manufacturing technologies, various managerial disciplines, comprehensive quality management, with emphasis on the theoretical knowledge and practical skills, including technical English. This programm reflects the requirements of manufacturing practice to deeper combine the theoretical and practical aspects just during the Master degree study.

The curriculum of the study program is based on the present scientific knowledge and is a good basis for continuing the Master degree study. If the graduate does not continue to study at the second stage, she/he has sufficient knowledge and skills, which can be applied in the fields of engineering preparation of production, planning and management of the production process, and product quality assessment.

The study program is intended for graduates of the first degree of study in the field of Production Technologies, and also in related fields of Production Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Production Quality.

After completing the second stage of the study the graduate will be able to continue the third stage of the study, or to enter the job market. Due to professional skills, she/he will find application as an independent or leading production technologist. Besides this, she/he can work as production engineers for production preparation, member or leader of the development teams in the different engineering industrial branches. Taking into account the knowledge and skills gained during the study, she/he finds application directly in production facilities as a sector manager or manager of the production department. The complexity of the tasks that each graduate is able to solve individually is in line with the degree of study and the graduate profile.

prof. Ing. Alexander Čaus, DrSc., alexander.caus@stuba.sk

Study advisor: 
Doc. Ing. Augustín Görög, PhD.,  augustin.gorog@stuba.sk

E-application form to study at STU

Study plans:
full-time, attendance method
full-time, combined method