The Faculty of Civil Engineering was founded in 1938 and is the founding faculty of the Slovak University of Technology (STU) in Bratislava. The launching of its first departments laid the foundations not only for the present Faculty, but also for technical education as a whole in Slovakia. The Faculty is currently affiliated with more than 60 international governmental and non-governmental scientific organisations.
The Faculty is an active member of the International Association of Civil Engineering Faculties (IACEF), TEMPUS, LEONARDO, SOCRATES and CEEPUS, the TEMPRA program supported by the French Government, the SALP program supported by the British Council, and projects funded by diverse governmental and independent foundations, such as Fulbright grants, DAAD grants, the British Government’s Know-how Fund, the Open Society Fund, and various NATO, COST, and the 5th Framework Program projects. These have significantly strengthened the Faculty’s professional profile, improved its computer and laboratory equipment and enriched its libraries. More than 50 students and PhD. students of the Faculty have taken part in study programs abroad.
Study programs in English language
The faculty offers programs of Civil engineering at both levels- Bachelor and Master level. In order to get admitted to Bachelor program, the completed secondary school is needed, students who wish to study at Master level need to have bachelor’s degree. An English certificate is not required.