Machines and Equipment Design

Educational goals



Study programme
Machines and Equipment Design (P0715D270002)
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Education area
Mechanical Engineering and Materials

Courses of Machines and Equipment Design programme

Courses without specified study plan

  • 3D Digitization and Additive Technology (compulsory optional)
  • Analysis and Simulation of Mech. Systems (compulsory optional)
  • Applied Fluid Mechanics (compulsory optional)
  • Applied Mathematics (compulsory optional)
  • CAE – Advanced Design Methods (compulsory optional)
  • Colloquium (compulsory)
  • Continuum Mechanics (compulsory optional)
  • Design and Control of Production Machine (compulsory optional)
  • Dynamics of Machinery (compulsory optional)
  • English Language (compulsory)
  • Experimental Methods in Mechanics (compulsory optional)
  • Heat and Mass Transfer (compulsory optional)
  • Hydraulic and Pneumatic Mechanisms (compulsory optional)
  • Industrial Robots and Applied Robotics (compulsory optional)
  • Mechanical Behavior of Materials (compulsory optional)
  • Modeling of the Nonlinear Structures (compulsory optional)
  • Num. Methods and Simulation for H&MT (compulsory optional)
  • Selected Chapters of Driving Units (compulsory optional)
  • Selected Chapters of Glass Production (compulsory optional)
  • Selected Chapters of Textile Machines (compulsory optional)
  • Selected Parts of Energetics Machines (compulsory optional)
  • Seminar 1 (compulsory optional)
  • Seminar 2 (compulsory optional)
  • State Doctoral Examination (compulsory)
  • Statistics and Data Analysis (compulsory optional)
  • Testing of Mechanical Systems, Vibrodiag (compulsory optional)
  • Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (compulsory optional)
  • Theory of Vehicles – Advanced Chapters (compulsory optional)

Admission procedure

Conditions for Admission 1. legitimate completion of Master’s Degree studies in technical or scientific fields, 2. successful passing of the entrance examination. An applicant (except for citizens of the Slovak Republic) who has not completed a Leaving Exam, Bachelor’s Degree study program, follow-up Master´s Degree or Master´s Degree study program in the Czech Republic and has applied to study in the Czech language must demonstrate knowledge of the Czech language at least at B1 level1 . An applicant who is applying for studies in the English language must demonstrate knowledge of the English language at least at B2 level 2 .

More about the admission process

More details

Contact: Beran Jaroslav, prof. Ing. CSc.,

Refer to STAG for complete information