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The tuition fee is EUR 4,000 per the academic year.


Pavla Karásková, MSc.
Study and International Office

Deadline for application

Type of study Language Academic year Dates Admission procedure
Follow-up Master English 2021/2022 14. 07. 2021 - 31. 08. 2021 3rd round

Study programme Mechatronics

About study programme

Do you waver between mechanical or electrical engineering or IT? You don’t have already!
Mechatronics, this is the up-to-date connection of the fine mechanics, electronics and intelligent computer control systems.

Each modern product can be practically called mechatronic system. You can find a job in mechanical or electrical engineering, robotics, biomedicine, and next related branches.

During the studies you learn to design, to test and also to control mechatronic systems, which scan the signals from the environment (temperature, position, velocity, pressure, sound, image etc.), are able to process them and transform into the control signal, which finally controls the for example the movement of the robot or production machine.
You will learn to design them as an advanced product characterized by the use of artificial intelligence, interactivity or autonomous behaviour.


  • R&D engineer
  • Academic staff member

Hard skills

  • Industrial automation
  • Work in MATLAB and Simulink
  • SW - MATLAB/Simulink (creation of simulation models and system simulation)
  • Programming of industrial PCs
  • Basics of spectral analyses
  • Programming of industrial PLC applications
  • Process simulation
  • Control electronics (control systems with microprocessors)
  • Knowledge of mathematical models
  • Measurement of electrical and non-electrical quantities

Study curriculum

Detail information
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Type of study Follow-up Master
Language of instruction English
Code of the programme N0714A270004
Czech title of the programme Mechatronika
English title of the programme Mechatronics
Regular period of the study 2 years
Coordinating department Department of Control Systems and Instrumentation
Coordinator prof. Ing. Petr Noskievič, CSc.

Additional information

Full-degree scholarship

For foreign applicants for full-time study or 1st year of full-time study.

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