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Courses and Specialisations

Full-time Studies

  • Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering (levels I and II)
    • Computer-Aided Manufacturing
    • Computer-Aided Machine Design
    • Automotive Vehicles
    • Alternative Energy Sources and Processing
  • Automatic Control Engineering and Mechatronics (levels I and II)
    • Computer Science and Robotics
    • Computer Science in Machine Design
  • Management and Production Engineering
    • Computer Science in Enterprise Management
    • Managing Production Processes
    • Organisation and Management in Industry
    • Logistics Management
  • Aeronautics and Space Technology (level I)
    • Aircraft
    • Aircraft Engines
    • Avionics
    • Pilotage
    • Technical Physics (level I)
  • Physical Basis of Diagnostics and Metrology

 

Extramural Studies

  • Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering (levels I and II)
    • Avionics (level I)
    • Welding Engineering (level I)
    • Computer-Aided Manufacturing
    • Organisation and Management in Industry
    • Automotive Vehicles
  • Management and Production Engineering (levels I and II)
    • Integrated Quality, Environmental and Safety Management
    • Computer Science in Enterprise Management

 

Post-Graduate Studies (2 semesters)

  • Integrated Quality, Environmental and Safety Management
  • Injection Moulding (Form Construction)
  • Quality assurance in aviation production
  • Integrated Education of Personnel for Aviation Industry
  • Logistic Management
  • Lean Manufacturing


Doctoral Studies (level III)

Over a four-year course of study, candidates develop their research work skills. Under turorial guidance, they prepare their dissertations.

Graduates are expected to know how to construct computer models of material system, be able to coordinate and plan the processes involved in mechanical engineering and understand the field of management in industry.

Aeronautics students gain skills in four areas of specialisation. They are either taught to design aircraft and their systems, or they earn a professional pilot's licence (CLP). They receive instrument (IR) and multi-engine (ME) ratings, and are authorised to be members of multi-member crews (MCC). The curriculum conforms to the international flying regulations (ATPL).
 


 

 

 

 

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The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics

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