Study at Our College 

Course of study


presentation and interpretation of the study materials

Seminar exercises (compulsory)

  • seminar exercises: group work in lecture rooms involving a lecturer or instructor and students
  • laboratory work: practical examples with calculations, use of various computer software, laboratory and measuring equipment, machine tools and other devices 

Online classrooms

  • basic source for study materials: notes and summaries of lectures, instructions and materials for exercises
  • submission of seminar papers, reports and presentations


professional literature, manuals, journals, materials available online

Practical training


  • 40% of total study obligations
  • 400 hours of work in a company in each academic year


  • in a company and with the participation of a mentor.


  • implementing and upgrading knowledge and skills in the entrepreneurial environment
  • learning about key processes in a company
  • being able to transfer knowledge into practice.
  • meeting (potential) employers


  • selection and processing of the topic for the diploma thesis.
  • employment

Project work

Forms of practical training

  • is performed at school to the same extent as practical training
  • international projects in cooperation with schools, institutions and companies from Slovenia, Germany, Italy

Successful actual projects

  • VACIDE Project – the Thor robot
  • construction and manufacture of a six-axis robot
  • 3D scanner usage and reverse engineering

Knowledge assessment, progression to a higher year and completion of the study

Knowledge assessment

Exam: written or oral

Condition: completed exercises - attendance at exercises, positively assessed seminar papers, reports

Examination periods: three regular examination periods in each academic year

Grades: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

ECTS points: each exam is evaluated by ECTS points - 1 point represents 25 to 30 hours of study (lectures, exercises, independent work, exam preparation): 3 to 6 points per examination; 14 points for practical training

Progression to a higher year and completion of the study

Progression requirements for the second year: completed study obligations in the amount of at least 45 ECTS and completed practical training

Repeating a year: completed study obligations in the amount of at least 20 ECTS and completed practical training

Completion of the study: all exams and the diploma paper successfully accomplished

Diploma paper:  written diploma paper and a defence

Access to further study: first-cycle professional or academic undergraduate study programmes