Graduate VŠB-TUO is trying to become the first Czech who will travel the world by hitchhiking during 3 years.
Faculty of Engineering hosted the second International Summer School of Architecture in July.
Representatives discussed possibility of joint double-degree study programmes.
VŠB-TUO has presented its rich history, good quality education opportunities and vibrant research activities in Shanghai.
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science announces a new joint degree program with Ton Duc Thang University (TDT) in Vietnam.
Professors from Hubei University of Technology spent one month in the Laboratory of Structural Integrity and Materials Design SIMD – CPIT.
25 Chinese students were accepted by the Faculty of Economics as a result of the visit.
In April 2015 representatives from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering visited their partner university Shenyang Aerospace University in China.
Faculty of Safety Engineering has presented its research activities at the world exhibition EXPO 2015 in Milan
Prof. Pavel Danihelka from the Faculty of Safety Engineering has had a presentation at the seminar devoted to Climate Change Adaptation in Mountain...
Engineers, developers, students and specialists from several firms make up team StudentCar who built the unique electric sport’s car SCX at the...
Chinese Ambassador to the Czech republic H.E. Mdm. Ma Keqing met with the representatives of VŠB-TUO.
Faculty of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering established cooperation with East China University of Science and Technology.
Dean of the Faculty of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering visited East China University of Science and Technology.
Representatives of VŠB-TUO participated at the international fair CSITF 2015 in Shanghai.
The Memorandum of Understanding with university located in the capital city of the Hebei province has been signed in order to place the cooperation in...
After twenty years of existence of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, comprising nearly 4,000 students and teachers, moved on...