Faculty of Materials, Metallurgy and Recycling
Faculty address:Faculty of Materials, Metallurgy and Recycling of the Technical University of Košice
042 00 Košice
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The Faculty of Materials, Metallurgy and Recycling (FMMR) of the Technical University of Košice follows the long-term activity of Faculty of Metallurgy, which changed its name on 1 July 2017. In 2017, it celebrated the 65th anniversary of its foundation and with its long-standing tradition in education, science, research and foreign relations; it belongs among stable faculties in Slovakia.
The world needs metals, materials and technology. There are several reasons why to study at FMMR. The faculty cooperates with major industrial companies, students of the faculty study at top laboratories and have an opportunity to study and work abroad. Another benefit for our students is also cooperation with companies during their studies. FMMR is oriented to the needs of practice and business requirements in its research and education. The faculty focuses on forming the chemical nature, structure and final properties of materials, their production and processing by metallurgical processes, and their recycling.
The faculty ranks sixth from the point of view of prospects and relevance of study programmes for practice needs, based on data from Jobs Prognosis of the National project Universities as Engines of Knowledge Society Development. The average salary of the faculty graduate is, according to lepsieskoly.sk, approximately €1,000.
The faculty offers a broader range of prospective fields of study in ten bachelor, seven master and six doctoral study programmes. The fact that 95 per cent of faculty graduates find a job in the field they have graduated in is also a proof of the faculty´s prospects for young people. Graduates are sought after at home and abroad not only by traditional metallurgical plants but also in electrical engineering, power engineering and also in the field of development and production of materials for automotive industry.
CM - Combined teaching method.
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.
Level of study -
1. Level ("Bachelor" degree),
2. Level ("Magister" and "Engineer" degree),
3. Level ("Doctoral" degree)
Form of study
FT (Full-time study),
PT (Part-time study)
Language of study
SK (Slovak Language),
EN (English Language)
SK - A study programme taught in Slovak
EN - A study programme taught in English
SK, EN - A study programme taught in Slovak or English (a study programme is taught either in Slovak or in English – in two study programmes)
SK and EN - A study programme taught in Slovak and English (one part of a study programme is taught in Slovak and the other part is taught in English)