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Graduate Profile


• A graduate of an interdisciplinary study (cybernetics, informatics) has general knowledge and competences from both fields. • Possesses deep knowledge in selected areas of informatics (programming languages and development environments, simulation systems, statistical tools). • Can obtain data necessary for analysis and synthesis. • Knows the principles of storing and transferring information, including security aspects. • Has knowledge of systems theory, modeling and simulation of systems. • Has knowledge of process automation. • Has knowledge in the field of automatic control theory. • Knows and can evaluate static, transient and frequency characteristics of dynamic processes. • Can assess the stability of systems. • Can design continuous and discrete controllers for technological processes. • Can program PLC. • Controls the principles of sensing physical quantities. • Has specific knowledge of mathematics, physics, mechanics, electrical engineering. • Has knowledge of engineering technologies and production systems.


• Can design and program information and control systems and algorithms using software engineering methods. • Controls work in Windows and Linux operating systems. • Can process data and create documents, reports and statistics. • Controls the basics of work and basic modules in Matlab. • Can implement controllers on programmable logic machines. • He is able to independently apply theory, practical procedures and tools in the design of automated control systems for technological and production systems. • Is able to independently apply theory, practical procedures and tools in the implementation and installation of automated control systems of technological and production systems. • Can evaluate solutions based on information and communication technologies and in the design, implementation and use of automated control systems for technological and production systems.


• The graduate is independent in solving professional tasks. • Can coordinate activities in solving projects. • It is characterized by the ability to evaluate the impact of technical solutions on the social and environmental areas. • Can independently improve his qualifications and organize independent or organized education. • He has basic managerial, economic, legal, ecological and ethical awareness and can apply it in the performance of his profession. • Has innovative thinking. • Can work in a team and lead a team at a middle management level. • Can convincingly present his projects and solutions. • Has linguistic competence in the field.

Profile courses

Employability of graduates

The graduate is ready for practical application in the sphere of industry and services. The graduate has the ability to creatively search for and find solutions, implement and operate information technology systems and also work independently or as part of a team in the analysis of automation and information needs as well as in the introduction and operation of automation technology and information technology in management systems. He has basic managerial, economic, legal, ecological and ethical awareness and can apply it in the performance of his profession. Statistics show that 95% of graduates of the study program continue their studies, 5% get a job.

Examples of professions the graduate is prepared for

According to the System of Occupations at, a graduate can apply as: computer network mechanic, web technician, ICT project manager, information system administrator, information and communication technology analyst, database designer, network designer, ICT designer, manager of ICT technology solutions, software architect, software solution designer, ICT process specialist, multimedia application developer, research and development manager in information and communication technologies, multimedia systems designer, technician in the field of establishing and operating ICT services, application programmer, ICT tester, database administrator, database analyst, data expert, web designer, PLC programmer, control system programmer, automation engineer.

Examples of successful graduates

Ing. Miroslav Trnka, year of graduation 1995, founder of ESET s.r.o., Ing. Tomáš Drucker, year of graduation 2006, former Minister of the Government of the Slovak Republic, former Director General of the Slovak Post, Ing. Vladimír Šurka, PhD., year of graduation 1992, director of the business systems division at Microsoft SK, currently responsible for Industry 4.0 solutions at Tempest, Ing. Jozef Juriga, year of graduation 1991, sales director at KASO Technologies, Ing. Roman Nagy, PhD., year of graduation 1997, head of the software development department at BMW, Ing. Marek Fiala, year of graduation 2002, Key Account Manager for Automotive at SIEMENS, Ing. Martin Gálik, year of graduation 2009, head of business division of Firme ProCS, Ing. Miroslav Božik, PhD., year of graduation 2005, member of the board of directors at JAVYS a.s., Ing. Jaroslav Otčenáš, year of graduation 2005, manager at TT-IT s.r.o.

Statements of employers or regulators

Employers appreciate the readiness of graduates of the study program to creatively apply acquired theoretical knowledge to solve specific technical problems and challenges in the field of automation and informatization of processes in industry. The high interest of companies in graduates is also documented by the regularly organized annual Job Day, which is attended by approximately three dozen companies. At this event, companies look for potential employees directly in the school. Not only large companies like e.g. BOGE ELASTMETALL SLOVAKIA a.s., Hella Slovakia Front-Lighting s.r.o., Jaguar Land Rover Slovakia, ZF SLOVAKIA a.s., IAC GROUP (Slovakia) s.r.o., Slovnaft a.s., but also small technological or research companies such as Datalogic Slovakia s.r.o., SEGULA Slovakia s.r.o., SOVA Digital a.s. Many companies offer jobs to students even during their studies. The guaranteeing workplace has long-term cooperation with several companies, whose employees directly teach selected subjects or implement a selected lecture. The guaranteeing workplace has long-term such cooperation with the companies SKARTEK, TEMPEST a.s., Humusoft s.r.o., BMW AG, Germany, PDS s.r.o. and others. Companies appreciate not only the professional knowledge of graduates, but also the so-called soft skills such as communication and management skills, presentation skills, or language skills. Many subjects are organized in the form of project work, which is appreciated by companies, because graduates are prepared for this type of work.This is not the case for regulated professions.