Short working version of information page about the specialization of
program is four-year long (eight semesters); the first six semesters
are common for all of the programs from our faculty, with general
purpose subjects; for this part, we provide the following subjects:
Because of scope of our specialization (mostly informatics and process control), for the most of the subjects you can use standard literature of U.S. universities. We still hope, that students don't need them, if they visit lectures regularly. At the present time, only the Automatic Control (code E371047, equivalent of the standard Process Control subject) has our own textbook in English. Some subjects have own English web pages (see end of this page), for the others you can get a copy of some materials from your lecturer.
Link: Our master study programme, ICE
For more info about study of the Mechanical Engineering in Prague (accommodation, visa etc.) write to Simona.Jordakova@fs.cvut.cz.
For more info about any of our subjects, you should write to their lecturers; to identify them, or for more info about our specialization, write me (email@example.com).
Czech Technical University is participating in the Eduroam project (25 access points at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Dejvice (fully covered), 8 at the FME building on the Charles square, but you can use Faculty of Electrical Engineering access points for Eduroam). All our students can use WiFi on all places, where Eduroam is available (worldwide). On our dormitories, wired connection is possible too. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering has about ten computer classrooms, which can be used by students for free access (they are used for classes in about 30%). More info about network on FME.
National Technical Library is in the university campus, next to the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Dejvice.
You can visit Prague virtually on the 360globe.net or by using Google Streetview.
Selected list of subjects with own English web page:
Database and Knowledge Systems
Programming for Web
Java lecture notes | Pascal Programming (Delphi) | Programming courses offered by ICE (overview)