Engineering students in Jihlava will be admitted without entrance exams Added:5.4. 2006
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Engineering students in Jihlava will be admitted without entrance exams

The University of Polytechnics (SPC) in Jihlava opens this autumn three-year Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering Technical University of Liberec. Prospective studies are by Rector Ladislav Jirků VSP received the results from secondary schools. Candidates to undergo any entrance exams or tests.

The University of Polytechnics (SPC) in Jihlava opens this autumn three-year Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering Technical University of Liberec. Prospective studies are by Rector Ladislav Jirků VSP received the results from secondary schools. Candidates to undergo any entrance exams or tests.

At the opening of the new field in recent days agreed by representatives of both universities. The only prerequisite for the accreditation of mechanical engineering was at least fifty candidates. „The interest expressed about seventy high school students from technical schools in the Highlands, their number is gradually increasing,“ said Jirka. Leadership VSP is not expected that the number of applicants exceeds one hundred, which should be emerging field capacity.

The classroom teachers will participate in both colleges, but most items will guarantee the Technical University in Liberec. „Laboratories, workshops and other technical equipment needed for teaching is already largely secured,“ said Jirka.




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