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Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava is a modern educational and scientific institution. Since its foundation in the year 1937 more than 155.000 students have graduated there. In average, 14.500 students study at the STU every year. Its graduates have high employment prospects, and in recent years have boasted the lowest record of postgraduate unemployment in the country.

STU is Slovakia’s largest technical university. Its activities reach back to the rich old tradition of the Mining Academy in Banská Štiavnica, established by the Empress Maria Theresia in 1762.

At present, STU consists of seven faculties that provide research in a number of research departments and several centres of excellence following a long-term strategy when the priority areas are biotechnology and biocompatibility; sustainable resources and development: energy and raw materials; sustainable resources and development: environment, landscape and urbanism; nanotechnology, nanosciences and multifunctional intelligent materials; information society technology; life, health and environment; safety, reliability and quality.

All the STU faculties provide a study in accredited study programmes within the complex system of bachelor, master and PhD study. Faculties realise a credit system compatible with the European credit transfer system enabling mutual mobility of students within European Union member countries and a larger European space.

 

 

 

 

About

Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava is a modern educational and scientific institution. Since its foundation in the year 1937 more than 155.000 students have graduated there. In average, 14.500 students study at the STU every year. Its graduates have high employment prospects, and in recent years have boasted the lowest record of postgraduate unemployment in the country.

STU is Slovakia’s largest technical university. Its activities reach back to the rich old tradition of the Mining Academy in Banská Štiavnica, established by the Empress Maria Theresia in 1762.

At present, STU consists of seven faculties that provide research in a number of research departments and several centres of excellence following a long-term strategy when the priority areas are biotechnology and biocompatibility; sustainable resources and development: energy and raw materials; sustainable resources and development: environment, landscape and urbanism; nanotechnology, nanosciences and multifunctional intelligent materials; information society technology; life, health and environment; safety, reliability and quality.

All the STU faculties provide a study in accredited study programmes within the complex system of bachelor, master and PhD study. Faculties realise a credit system compatible with the European credit transfer system enabling mutual mobility of students within European Union member countries and a larger European space.

 

 

 

 

University highlights

Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava is one of the top Public universities in Bratislava, Slovakia. It is ranked #801-1000 in QS Global World Rankings 2022.

QS World University Rankings

  • 2019
    #751-800
  • 2020
    #751-800
  • 2021
    #801-1000
  • 2022
    #801-1000

Ranking criteria

9.1
Academic Reputation
4.9
Citations per Faculty
7.7
Employer Reputation
39.6
Faculty Student Ratio
1.2
International Faculty Ratio
3.1
International Students Ratio

Student & Staff

Total students
12,733

39%
61%

International students
375

36%
64%

Total faculty staff
1,255

17
1238

Total students
12,733

39%
61%

International students
375

36%
64%

Total faculty staff
1,255

1238
17
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