Open to students
of all nationalities having a bachelor degree

  • mechanical
  • transport
  • electro

Unique in Europe
two years master studies

  • high level of technical studies

 

  • combined with language studies

International cooperation
of six renowned universities

  • CTU in Prague
  • HAN
  • ENSTA Bretagne

 

  • ITB Bandung
  • TU Chemnitz
  • IFP Paris

 

Double degree
from two countries

  • depending on chosen universities and specialisations

 

  • Study stay in at least 2 countries

Eight specialisations
offered in the second year of study

  • Advanced Powertrains
  • Design of Vehicles
  • Alternative Powertrains
  • Modelisation and Computation

Eight specialisations
offered in the second year of study

  • Vehicle Dynamics and Intelligent Transport Systems
  • Internal Combustion Engines
  • Powertrains
  • Engines and Fuels

CTU in Prague


CTU
Czech Technical University in Prague

CTU in Prague provides high-quality university education through an extensive portfolio of primarily engineering branches of study, conduct basic and applied research and numerous scientific projects with great emphasis on industrial use and applications. We cooperate closely with both domestic and foreign-based institutions.

The Czech Technical University in Prague was established on the initiative of Josef Christian Willenberg, on the basis of a foundation deed signed by Emperor Joseph I and dated 18 January, 1707.

In the 2012/2013 academic year, about 24 000 students studied at CTU, and about 1,500 academic workers taught and carried out research at the university.

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical engineering as an independent field of study began to be taught at this school in 1864 and consequently this year is considered as the date of the establishment of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.
 
The contemporary Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the CTU in Prague provides technical education on a university level and educates specialists in many fields of mechanical engineering.
Accredited studies at the Faculty comprise : Structured studies (an eight-semester Bachelor study programme – Bc., a four-semester Master study programme for Bachelor graduates – Ing. , Doctoral study programme) and an four-semester Master study programme for Bachelor graduates – Ing.

The Faculty is engaged in international educational cooperation in many spheres. Besides the mobility of students and the academic staff both executed on a contractual basis concerned are namely scientific, research and educational activities including participation in scientific and technical seminars and conferences namely in the EU. International cooperation in science and research is implemented by direct involvement in particular EU or other international programmes.

The Faculty is also engaged in the work of other research centres. It cooperates with the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Engineering Academy of the Czech Republic, Association of Research Institutes, Association of Industry and Transport, Association of Producers of Mechanical Engineering Technology and with a number of large, medium and small industrial companies, e.g. Siemens, Porsche, ŠkodaAuto, Hydrosystem Olomouc etc.  

The premises of the Faculty are in four different localities in Prague : Prague 6-Dejvice, the ancient Faculty building on Charles´ Square and buildings on Horská and Na Julisce Streets.  The Master of Automotive Engineering is taught mainly in the main campus in Prague 6 (15 minits walk from Prague castle).
 
The aim of the contemporary Faculty is to be a peak educational and research establishment recognized both in the Czech Republic and abroad. The faculty is involved in the process of harmonization of the European Educational and Research Area in order to be fully compatible with with the European system and also to be attractive to its students and to comply with demands of the society.
 
At present 34 professors, 55 associate professors, and 155 teaching assistants, who are also involved in a number of research and development projects, work in departments and research centres.

To see different locations and buildings
of Faculty of Mechanical Engineering see:

http://www3.fs.cvut.cz/web/index.php?id=adresy&L=1&MP=303-321

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CTU
Czech Technical University in Prague

Address
Technicka 4
16607 Prague 6
Czech republic

Phone: +420 224 352 499
Fax: +420 224 352 500


E-mail: gabriela.achtenova@fs.cvut.cz

ITB – Institut Teknologi Bandung
Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Address
Jl. Ganesa 10
40132 Bandung
Indonesia

Phone: +62-22-2504243
Fax: +62-22-2534099


E-mail: aim@ftmd.itb.ac.id

TU Chemnitz
Technische Universität Chemnitz Fakultät für Maschinenbau

Address
Reichenhainerstr. 70, A016
D-09126 Chemnitz
Deutschland (Germany)

Phone: +49 (0) 371/531 - 33794
Fax: +49 (0) 371/531 - 833794


E-mail: diana.lohse@mb.tu-chemnitz.de

HAN – Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen
Institut of Automotive Engineering and Management

Address
Ruitenberglaan 29
NL-6802 CC Arnhem
The Netherlands

Phone: +31 (0)6 55 20 88 19
Phone: +31 (0)26 365 82 15
Fax:


E-mail: Kea.Bouwman@han.nl
E-mail: george.witjes@han.nl

ENSTA Bretagne
Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Techniques Avancées Bretagne

Address
2, rue Francois Verny
F-29806 Brest Cedex 9
France

Phone: +33 (0)2 98 34 89 11
Fax: +33 (0)2 98 34 88 00


E-mail: yann.marco@ensta-bretagne.fr
E-mail: eliane.fonseca@ensta-bretagne.fr

CTU in Prague
Coordinator of MAE

Gabriela Achtenová
gabriela.achtenova@fs.cvut.cz

IT Bandung | Head of Mechanical
Design Research Group

Andi Isra Mahyuddin
aim@ftmd.itb.ac.id

TU Chemnitz
Coordinator of MAE

Diana Lohse
diana.lohse@mb.tu-chemnitz.de

HAN in Arnhem
Masters program manager

Kea Bouwman
Kea.Bouwman@han.nl

ENSTA Bretagne
Coordinator of MAE

Yann Marco
yann.marco@ensta-bretagne.fr