Student's guidebook

Pedagogical process

At the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, the pedagogical process on levels 1 and 2 takes place in the form of lectures and practical work or in the form of a seminar. The lectures are led by a professor who teaches the subject matter. The lectures take place in the mornings in lecture halls. The practical work is led by an assistant who transfers the theoretical material into practical examples. The practical work take place both in the morning and in the afternoon in lecture halls or laboratories. At the beginning of the academic year, students are divided into groups determined by the Faculty.  The practical work groups are published at the Faculty website under the heading Notices to Students.

At present, the following study programs are carried out at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering: 

Level 1:

Professional higher study program of level in 1 Mechanical Engineering - project application program lasts 3 years, is practice-oriented and is divided into 5 basic areas of study in the second year and fields of study in the third year. Graduates obtain the title of graduate Mechanical Engineer (Professional higher education- VS).

Year 1 Year 2 - areas of study Year 3 - fields of study





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Energy, Process and Environmental Engineering - EPO
Energy Engineering
Household and sanitary engineering
Process engineering

Design, operation and maintenance - SOV
Transport and working machinery
Mobile technology
Management of technical systems

Production engineering - PRS 
Production technologies
Production management
Merging technology
Mechatronics - MEH Mehatronics


Aviation - LET
Aircraft/helicopter traffic pilot
Aircraft design and maintenance
 

 

University study program of level 1 in Mechanical Engineering - Research and development program lasts 3 years and is not divided into areas of study. Students acquire theoretical knowledge to continue their studies at level 2. Graduates obtain the title of graduate Mechanical Engineer (Academic higher education - UN). 

Level 2:

Master’s study program of level 2 in Mechanical Engineering - Research and development program lasts 2 years and is divided into 4 basic and 7 interdisciplinary areas of study. Graduates obtain the title of Master of Mechanical Engineering.

basic areas of study with fields of study     interdisciplinary areas of study

Construction and mechanics
Mechanics of materials, systems and processes
Construction and development

   

Traffic safety systems
Engineering rheology
Environmental engineering
Welding
Therotechnologies
Engineering pedagogy
Engineering safety

Energy and process engineering
Thermal and process technology
Energy technology

Production engineering
Production technologies and systems
Industrial engineering

Mechatronics and laser technology

International program

The joint Master's program in Surface and Contact Tribology - TRIBOS lasts 2 years and is jointly run by 4 European universities. Graduates obtain the title of Master of Engineering in Surface and Contact Tribology.

Level 3:

The doctoral study program in Mechanical Engineering lasts 4 years and is divided into 3 main areas of study. Graduates obtain the title of Doctor of Science.

areas of study
Structural and Mechanical Science of Engineering
Energy, Process and Environmental Science of Engineering
Manufacturing Science of Engineering, Cybernetics and Mechatronics

 

The interdisciplinary doctoral study program in Environmental Protection (coordinated at the level of the University of Ljubljana) lasts 4 years and combines scientific fields of 13 faculties. Graduates obtain the title of Doctor of Science.

The interdisciplinary doctoral study program in Biosciences lasts 4 years and is jointly run by 4 members of the University of Ljubljana. Graduates obtain the title of Doctor of Science.