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Faculty of Materials, Metallurgy and Recycling

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Faculty of Materials, Metallurgy and Recycling of the Technical University of Košice
Letná 9
042 00 Košice
Slovak Republic

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The Faculty of Metallurgy of the Technical University of Košice comprehensively focuses on the issues of production and processing of metallic and non-metallic materials, which makes the faculty unique in Slovakia. Graduates become technologists, technical managers; they work in production and business companies, design and research organizations.
In 2015, 63 years have passed since the establishment of the Faculty of Metallurgy of the Technical University of Košice, which was established together with the Mining Faculty and the Faculty of Heavy Engineering by the government decree no. 30 of June 8, 1952 as a part of the Technical University of Košice. This is how the metallurgical recovery of higher education in Slovakia succeeded after 33 years since the cessation of the 157 years old Mining Academy in Banská Štiavnica in 1919. The Faculty of Metallurgy is the only faculty of metallurgy in Slovakia and is ranked fourth among the technical faculties in Slovakia.
At the Faculty of Metallurgy it is possible to study in five bachelor´s programs, eight master´s programs and six doctoral programs.

 

Accredited Study Programs

Bachelor Study Form
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Engineer Study Form
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Metallurgy FT/PT 3/4 SK Metallurgy FT/PT 2/3 SK
Materials FT/PT 3/4 SK Foundry FT/PT 2/3 SK
Heat engineering and gas industry FT/PT 3/4 SK Materials Engineering FT/PT 2/3 SK
Waste Treatment and Recycling FT/PT 3/4 SK Materials Forming FT/PT 2/3 SK
Integrated Management Systems FT/PT 3/4 SK Heat engineering and gas industry FT/PT 2/3 SK
        Waste Treatment and Recycling FT/PT 2/3 SK
        Integrated Management Systems FT/PT 2/3 SK

Tuition fee for part-time bachelor study is set at €500 per academic year.
Tuition fee for part-time engineer study is set at €600 per academic year.