Employers are highly interested in graduates of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava; the STU graduates' CVs are viewed by four companies on average. This follows from ranking of the Profesia.sk portal, which focuses on employability of graduates on the labour market.
The activities of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava prove that Slovakia has all the prerequisites to become a leader in the development of energy communities and positive energy neighbourhoods. Besides the necessary know-how, it has also committed communities of its towns and villages. The cooperation between STU, the city of Trenčín, the Trenčín self-governing region and the Slovak Smart City Cluster may serve as inspiration.
Technology transfer in the conditions of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava was the key topic of the visit of Daren Tang, the President of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), to the STU Faculty of Electrical Engineering and the University Technology Incubator (STU) on Monday, 16 May.
Miroslava Mališová, a third-year doctoral student at the STU Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology, was granted a prestigious St. Gorazd Award by the SR Ministry of Education for her innovative approach to biodiesel research, outstanding academic achievements, representation of the Faculty and University at the Slovak and world levels, as well as for educational activities in the field of science and technology. The awarding ceremony took place on Friday, 29 April, at the Bratislava Castle.
The Slovak University of Technology Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies (STU FIIT) in Bratislava will test the readiness of Slovak roads for the deployment of intelligent and interconnected transport within a pilot project for the Slovak Republic Ministry of Transport and Construction. The Faculty has signed a Contract with the Ministry of Transport
The Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava is expanding the sphere of its international partners. The Memorandum of Cooperation with the Institut Teknologi - PLN in Jakarta, Indonesia, was signed by both Rectors, Professors Oliver Moravčík and Iwa Garniwa Mulyan K. The parties agreed on the academic and scientific research cooperation as well as exchange of students and teachers from both institutions.
The STU Faculty of Architecture and Design joins the voices calling for an end to the Russian aggression, halting the violence and an immediate return to diplomacy. We do not want our students to be educated in an atmosphere of unrest and crisis of the basic human values that go hand in hand with the war. We believe that conflicts will not expand to the academic environment and will not affect the academic rights and freedoms of students at our faculty, regardless of their nationality.
CARLiS SPRING SCHOOL FOR PhD STUDENTS will be held in March 27-31, 2022.
Due to undesirable experience, the Institute of Lifelong Learning Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (ICV STU) has decided not to cooperate in the future with any intermediary students agencies or third parties who try to mediate the Slovak language course in ICV STU Language Center to foreigners from countries outside the European Union.
In the Campus of the Slovak University of Technology Inspireli Competition, the best designs’ award went to our student Jana Jakubičková!
We are the only Faculty of Architecture and Design in Slovakia, so there are branches of study that can be studied only at our Faculty. We bring together art, science and technology. You can choose most studios and subjects by yourself according to what you enjoy the most.
This week we have realized our webinar as a part of new agile ICT public procurement. We held the event on 24 November to make the market aware of current state on SlovakION ICT procurement.
We have described our background, project, and explained the need to fulfill projects objectives through new ICT infrastructure. Two dedicated breakout sessions were aimed on hardware and software parts of procurement.
A total of 23 competition proposals were entered into the competition. All proposals were printed in a uniform format and displayed in alphabetical order according to the author's surname at the Faculty of Architecture and Design STU.
The Slovak researchers working abroad who consider returning to their homeland, and the researchers from abroad who want to do science in Slovakia have the last chance to join the SASPRO 2 grant program.
The graduates of FAD STU in Bratislava are qualified for a wide gamut of jobs. The quality of teaching itself is ensured by teachers, teacher assistants and professionals from business.
IBPSA (International Building Performance Simulation Association) awarded a grade of IBPSA Fellow to Professor Ing. Jozef Hraška, PhD.
Survey for doctoral students we implement with an aim to SET UP the NEW TRAINING PROGRAMME to help you DEVELOP SKILLS for NON-ACADEMIC CAREER PATHS in the field of life sciences.
A travelling visual artwork - workshop. Within the Ephemeral Architecture workshop a group of students will address the topic of “empathy”.
The artistic inputs of students at the Creative centre of the Faculty has been an integral part of the educational, artistic and scientific activities at the FAD STU.
The joint program of the Slovak Academy of Sciences (SAS), Slovak University of Technology (STU) and University of Comenius (UK) focused on the return of our scientists from abroad to Slovakia, continues. Today, SAS opens the second call for projects proposals within the SASPRO 2 program. The Slovak researchers currently working abroad who want to return to their homeland, or the researchers from abroad who want to do science in Slovakia, can submit their projects until 31 August 2021.
Michaela Musilová, a Slovak astrobiologist, is shortlisted for the flight around the moon. A visiting Professor at the STU Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics is applying for one of the eight positions in the spacecraft of SpaceX, an American Company.
Postdoctoral research positions at STU 2020
Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava - Faculty of Materials Science and Technology based in Trnava is the coordinator of an important project, namely Scientific Research Center of Excellence SlovakION for Materials Science and Interdisciplinary Research
The following list provides an overview of the international projects we are currently working on in 2019.
More than 155 343 graduates by 2016! Now at the University about 13 000 Be one of them! Wide range of doctoral study programmesdissertation topics in compliance with the labour market demands Doctoral Degree study in both full-time (4 years) and part-time forms (5 years). The study is accomplished by gaining the academic title.
In Horizon 2020 project researchers are developing a multimedia learning platform. They use virtual, expanded and mixed reality.
Security codes are endangered by the onset of quantum computers. Development of new codes is a world-wide challenge. And aim of NATO project team.
Bioplastics decompose in industrial compost, soil or even water. And used frying oil is utilised in the production proces
Project includes the Slovak University of Technology. The aim is to obtain a scientific evidence of chemical substances in human body.
On 19 September 2017 the STU Department of International Relations (DIR) organized a meeting with the students, who are going to study at the STU in Bratislava within the frame of the Erasmus exchange programmes in the winter term of the academic year 2017/18.
Rector of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (STU), Slovak Republic
invites applications for postdoctoral research position to work on the research project:
Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Process Control and Automation.
Rector of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava invites applications for postdoctoral research positions to work on the research projects.
On 5 – 9 June 2017 an International Erasmus+ Staff Week was hosted by the International Relations Department of the Slovak University of Technology (ÚMV STU). Guests invited to this training event were representatives of international relations offices from universities based in countries participating in the Erasmus+ programme.
2017 marks the 30th anniversary of the Erasmus+ programme. The Erasmus programme has helped millions of young people and experts from the world of education to travel, study and gain experience and skills abroad.
Leoben University representatives in STU.
On 9 - 11 June 2016, a delegation of the BILGI University of Istanbul, Turkey, headed by the University Rector, Prof. Dr. Mehmet Durman visited STU.
BRATISLAVA, 5 May 2016 - Johann-Dietrich Wörner, Director-General of the European Space Agency (ESA) and Peter Plavčan, Minister of the SR Education, Science, Research and Sport were welcomed to the Slovak University of Technology by Robert Redhammer, the STU Rector.