Programme information


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 2020/2021 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.


The list of 2020/2021 English-language courses open to Erasmus+ students may be viewed below. Each subject brings 5 ECTS.




6034 CAM

6030 Joining and Thermal Cutting Technology

6028 Unconventional Processes

6226 Assembly and Handling Systems

6227 Cutting

6222 Materials Testing



6036 Microprocessor Control

6232 Laser Measurement Systems

6230 Sensors and Actuators

6026 Technical Cybernetics

6261 Laser Processing Technology

6260 Mechatronic Systems



Energy & Process Engineering:

6015 Energy Management

6208 Renewable Energy Sources

6022 Experimental Mechanics of Fluids

6213 Turbomachinery

6023 Air-conditioning

6272 Process Technology


Mechanics and construction:

6045 Vehicle Dynamics

6253 Advanced Dynamics

6255 Development Evaluations

6102 Mechanics of Polymers and Composites

6258 Technical Logistics II

6254 Computer Analysis of Constructions


Assoc. Prof. Davorin Kramar


Diploma Thesis

Master Thesis