Admission to study is governed by Articles 48 to 50 of the Act and Article 4 of the TUL Statute.
The Faculty publishes the deadline and method of submission of the application forms, the conditions of admission, the deadline and the method of verification of their fulfillment. If the Entrance examination is necessary part of the admission, the Faculty publishes also the form and the framework content of the examination and criteria for its evaluation. The application deadline and application fee are in the table below.
|Faculty||Faculty of Textile Engineering|
|Study Programme||Master - Industrial Engineering|
|Language of Instruction||English|
|Eligibility||Graduation from a relevant Bachelor's programme. Stipulate grade average at university or passing an entrance examination.|
|Fee/Academic Year||USD 3000|
|Application Fee||USD 100|
|Application Deadline||February 28, 2022|
The graduates will acquire knowledge of basic textile applications both in the area of classic technologies and in the areas related with new materials and advanced technologies. In the area of quality control they will gain basic knowledge in quality assurance and its planning (quality control, assurance systems) including development trends. They are directed to analytical thinking, so that they are able to evaluate risks by planning and implementing new products into production. They will be knowledgeable in the basis of legislation in the area of quality systems. They will be equipped with practical knowledge of data analysis. The aim of the study in this programme is to prepare graduates for positions that will require quality provision (e.g. quality manager) and for positions in company testing laboratories or metrological laboratories.
Since the TUL programmes are recognized by the European Federation of National Engineering Associations FEANI, alumni are eligible for the EUR ING title.