Master's study programme: M2I-A Mechanical Engineering
Guarantor of the programme: doc. Ing. Radek Knoflíček, Dr.
Type of study: full-time
Language of instructions: English (change to Czech)
Standard length of study: 2 years
Qualification awarded: Ing.
Educational and professional goals
Two-year follow-up master's study programme "Mechanical Engineering" is designed for graduates from general branches of bachelor's study programmes majoring in engineering. It is a university study providing students with wide and deep theoretical as well as practical knowledge in the selected specialized branch.
The list of all branches can be found on the faculty website ("Study plans").
Graduates may work e.g. in research and development fields, design and technology, manufacture and operation, as well as management, trade, and services. They may occupy positions such as designers, members and leaders of development teams, project managers and the like. Career prospects depend on the selected branch of study.
Admission requirements and access to further studies: Condition for admitting is obtaining a bachelor's degree. The graduates may continue in a doctoral study programme.
Examination and assessment regulations, required practice: The respective rules and conditions are specified by the Dean's Regulation No. 7/2011. Required practice and its length may be specified by study plans.
Conditions required in the course of study and the duly completion: Students have to complete all compulsory and compulsory-optional courses required by study plans (at least of 120 credits). Further conditions are given by the set of study rules.
The final examination consists of master's thesis defense and reviewed discussion. Both the professional level and the form of presentation of the thesis are evaluated during its defense. The aim of the discussion is to prove the level of learning outcomes and competencies acquired, especially in the field related to the master's thesis.
Branches (course structure diagrams)
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Last updated March 2, 2018