Programme information

Introduction

The aim of the Erasmus action is to improve the quality of higher education in Europe and reinforce its European dimensions. This goal is to be achieved by supporting international projects of cooperation between higher education institutions, by motivating the mobility of students and professors and by contributing to better transparency of academic qualification and course recognition in the European Union.

Courses in English

In order to facilitate close international cooperation, the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering endeavours to offer incoming international Erasmus+ students the opportunity to receive effective, high-quality education in the world’s lingua franca: English.

In the 2019/2020 academic year, 2nd-cycle (MASTER) Erasmus+ students may only choose from a range of courses conducted entirely in English, including lectures, practical classes/seminars and exams. Other International students will attend lectures and practical classes with domestic students, allowing students to interact more closely and exchange experiences in the course of their studies.

2019/20

The list of 2019/2020 English-language courses open to Erasmus+ students may be viewed below.
Each subject brings 5 ECTS.

Winter semester

POWER AND PROCESS ENGINEERING
6015 Energy Management
6213 Turbomachinery (Turbo Engines)
6208 Renewable sources of energy
6209 Cooling (Refrigeration)
6259 Processes in heat engines
6022 Experimental mechanics of fluids

 

MACHINE DESIGN AND MECHANICS
6252 Mechanics of constructions
6045 Dynamics of vehicles
6205 Effectiveness of products
6043 Mechanisms
6255 Development evaluations
6102 Mechanics of polymers and composites

 

Summer semester:

PRODUCTION ENGINEERING
   
6030 Joining and thermal cutting technology
6028 Unconventional processes
6226 Assembly and handling systems
6027 Cutting (Conventional Machining)
6250 Flexible Manufacturing Systems

 

MECHATRONICS AND LASER TECHNOLOGY
6260 Mechatronic systems
6262 Discrete control systems
6204 Nanotechnologies
6230 Sensors and actuators
6232 Laser measurement systems
6011 Random phenomena

 


Contact:
Assoc. Prof. Davorin Kramar
e-mail: davorin.kramar@fs.uni-lj.si

 

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