Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering
The bachelor’s study programme “Mechanical Engineering” is intended as the most effective way to prepare students for the study in a follow-up master’s study programme. The graduates will have a wide professional basis enabling them to continue in some branch in a two-year follow-up master’s study programme specialised in mechanical engineering.
Students will gain broad-based knowledge in the following areas:
• Mathematics and physics needed for further study,
• Mechanics of solids,
• Engineering materials
• Manufacturing technology,
• Thermofluid mechanics,
• Applied informatics, automation, and electrical engineering,
• 3D modelling of machine parts,
• Calculations and designs of parts and mechanisms of machines.
- The graduates may choose any branch within a two-year follow-up master’s study programme (today approximately 20 branches).
- Bachelor’s study graduates may immediately start their professional career; they may work as e.g. technicians in development, constructional, and technological institutes or enterprises, manufacturing plants, services and trade.
The graduates may continue their studies in a two-year follow-up master's study programme at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, at request and usually without entrance examinations.
They may choose any branch within a two-year follow-up master's study programme at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. Today they can choose from approximately 20 branches.
Graduates may also continue their studies in any follow-up master's study programme provided by other technical university.
Choose your study programme
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Check the admission procedure
Admission procedure varies according to individual programmes and faculties. Please check their website for more information. Please, note that most applications will be open on December 1, 2023.
Submit the electronic application
After choosing your programme, apply for studying at BUT using the electronic application.
Please be sure that you know how the entrance exams will be and how much is the tuition fee.
Pass the entrance exam.
The admission conditions are published on the Faculties websites. If you have any questions, please contact the Study Department of the Faculties.
Apply for your residence permit or visa
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Validate your previous education
Before enrolling, you need to provide a validated secondary school diploma or a verified diploma from previous university studies. See how to validate your previous education.
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After the documents are processed, you will receive a Letter of Acceptance and information about the first payment for your studies. Now it’s time to get ready for your semester in Brno.
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