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Master in Integrated Systems in Buildings, Faculty of Technology

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Programme information Tomas Bata University in Zlín

Title Ing.
Length of study 2 years
Form of study Full time
Language English
Credits (ECTS) 120
Application deadline 2013/05/31
Application fee 290 CZK
Tuition fee per semester* 1,250 EUR

*60, 000 CZK per academical year

This specialization focuses on problems connected with innovative approaches to securing the operation of new and existing buildings. Currently, buildings are usually equipped with such central energy, information and security systems that are interconnected and centrally controlled. However, they are supplier-bound and cannot be easily modified. Graduates from this programme are well prepared to work in research institutions, manufacturing companies, firms involved in the administration of integrated buildings systems, and in the field of information technology.

Admission requirements:

  • Bachelor degree
  • Notarised copy of Bachelor degree
  • A certificate of passing an examination in English min. B2 level
  • A recommendation letter and a CV
  • Form and specification of the entrance examination

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Additional Info

  • FACULTY: Technical sciences, IT, Mathematics, Physics, Engineering
  • STUDY PROGRAM: Master`s studies
  • UNIVERSITY: Tomas Bata University in Zlín
  • TYPE OF UNIVERSITY: Public university
  • CITY: Zlín
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