Faculty of Civil Engineering, STU


The Faculty of Civil Engineering (FCE) was founded in 1938 as the first faculty of the Slovak University of Technology (STU). Faculty is involved in international collaboration on many levels: cooperation with more than 60 universities and organisations around the world, involvment of university in multilateral research programmes with special emphasis on EU projects and active participation in existing programmes of international co-operation, such as TEMPUS, LEONARDO, SOCRATES and CEEPUS.

The Faculty is an active member of the International Association of Civil Engineering Faculties (IACEF) and a guest member at the Permanent Conference of the German-Speaking Countries’ Civil Engineering Faculties.

There have been more than 31,000 graduates and 1250 Ph.D. students since establishment of institution. The Faculty of Civil Engineering is now the second largest engineering faculty at the University and employs 480 employees (42 professors, 68 associate professors, 163 teaching assitants and 49 research assistants). Shaped by a number of outstanding personalities in science and technology, the Faculty has become a leader in research and education in the fields of civil engineering and geodesy in Slovakia. There are around 100 international students at FCE currently studying in one of its international programmes. No entrance examination is required.

Bachelor level

  • University: Slovak Technical University
  • Faculty: The Faculty of Civil Engineering
  • Study programme: Civil engineering
  • Length of programme: 3 years
  • Form of study: full-time
  • Language of programme: English
  • Cost of programme: 3500€

Master level

  • University: Slovak Technical University
  • Faculty: The Faculty of Civil Engineering
  • Study programme: Civil engineering
  • Length of programme: 2 years
  • Form of study: full-time
  • Language of programme: English
  • Cost of programme: 3500€

Doctoral level

  • Geodesy and Cartography
  • Theory and Structures of Buildings
  • Theory and Environmental Technology of Buildings
  • Theory and Structures of Civil Engineering Works
  • Water Resources Engineering
  • Applied Mechanics
  • Building Technology
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Landscaping