ECTS Information Package

Here is ECTS Information package, where you can find some information about Faculty of Energy Technology and programmes.

 

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

FACULTY OF ENERGY TECHNOLOGY
Hočevarjev trg 1, SI-8270 Krško, Slovenia, Europe
Telephone: +386 7 6202 210
Telefax: +386 7 6202 222
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STUDY PROGRAMMES

1st degree Study Undergraduate
Professionally Oriented Study Programme Energy Technology
 
1st degree Study Undergraduate
Academic Study Programme Energy Technology
 
2nd degree Study PostgraduateStudy Programme
Leading to Magister (Masters) Energy Technology
 
3rd Degree Study Postgraduate Study Programme
Leading to Doktorat znanosti (PhD) Energy Technology
 

QUALIFICATION AWARDED

1st degree Study Undergraduate Professionally Oriented Study Programme Energy Technology
diplomirani inżenir energetike (VS); abb: dipl. inż. energ. (VS), Bachelor Degree in Energy Technology
 
1st degree Study Undergraduate Academic Study ProgrammeEnergy Technology
diplomirani inżenir energetike (UN); abb: dipl. inż. energ. (UN), Bachelor Degree in Energy Technology
 
2nd degree Study Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Magister (Masters) Energy Technology 
magister inženir energetike; abb: mag. inż energ, Master’s Degree in Energy Technology 
 
3rd Degree Study Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Doktorat znanosti (PhD) Energy Technology
doktor znanosti; abb: dr., PhD in Science
 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

1st degree Study Undergraduate Professionally Oriented Study Programme 
Energy Technology
 
Enrolment requirements are:
a) final examination passed following a coresponding four-year secondary school programme,
b) general matura examination or
c) vocational matura examination.
 
Potencinal Selection criteria if the number of applications for a study programme is greater 
than the number of enrolment slots:
- General academic performance in the final examination, general matura examination or vocational matura examination: 60 % points
- General academic performance in the 3rd and 4th years of secondary school: 40 % points
 
 
1st degree Study Undergraduate Academic Study Programme  
Energy Technology
 
Enrolment requirements are:
a) general matura examination,
b) vocational matura examination following a coresponding secondary school programme and general matura exam with the optional subject (mathematics, foreign language, electrical engineering, computing, informatics, physics or engineering)  not being  the subject that the candidate already passed in the vocational matura examination or
c) final examination passed following a coresponding four-year secondary school programme before 1st June 1995.
 
Potencinal Selection criteria if the number of applications for a study programme is greater 
than the number of enrolment slots:
 
Point a) candidates according to:
- the general academic performance in the general matura examination: 60 % points
- general academic performance in the 3rd and 4th years of secondary school: 40 % points
 
Point  b) candidates according to: 
- the general academic performance in the vocatioanal matura examination: 40 % points
- general academic performance in the 3rd and 4th years of secondary school: 40 % points
- academic performance in an individual exam 20 % points 
 
Point  c) candidates according to: 
- the general academic performance in the final examination: 60 % points
- general academic performance in the 3rd and 4th years of secondary school: 40 % points
 
 
2nd degree Study Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Magister (Masters)
Energy Technology 
 
Candidates who completed the following may apply for the master’s (2nd-cycle) programme “Energy Technology”: 
  1. A bachelor’s (1st-cycle) programme in a relevant field: 40 – science, 44 – physical sciences, 46 –       mathematics and statistics, 48 – computing, 52 – engineering and engineering trades, 54 – manufacturing and processing, 58 – architecture and building, 62 – agriculture, forestry and fishery, 84 – transport services, 85 – environmental protection;
  2. A bachelor’s (1st-cycle) programme in one of the following fields: ­­14 – teacher training and education science,  21 – arts, 22 – humanities, 31 – social and behavioural science, 32 – journalism and information,  34 – business and administration, 38 – law, 42 – life sciences, 64 – veterinary, 72 – health, 76 – social services, 81 – personal services, 86 – security services. Prior to enrolment, candidates must fulfil study obligations corresponding to 13 ECTS credits under the bachelor’s (1st-cycle) programme, a training programme or by taking placement tests. Candidates must fulfil the following obligations: “Software for Power Engineering”, “Basic Principles of Energetic Systems”, “Environmental Protection”; 
  3. A bachelor’s vocational programme  adopted prior to 11 June 2004 in a relevant field: 40 – science,  44 – physical sciences, 46 – mathematics and statistics, 48 – computing, 52 – engineering and engineering trades, 54 – manufacturing and processing, 58 – architecture and building, 62 – agriculture, forestry and fishery, 84 – transport services, 85 – environmental protection;
  4. A bachelor’s vocational programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 in one of the following fields: ­­14 – teacher training and education science,  21 – arts, 22 – humanities, 31 – social and behavioural science, 32 – journalism and information,  34 – business and administration, 38 – law, 42 – life sciences, 64 – veterinary, 72 – health, 76 – social services, 81 – personal services, 86 – security services. Prior to enrolment, candidates must fulfil study obligations corresponding to 13 ECTS credits under the bachelor’s (1st-cycle) programme, a training programme or by taking placement tests. Candidates must fulfil the following obligations: “Software for Power Engineering”, “Basic Principles of Energetic Systems”, “Environmental Protection”;
  5. An undergraduate programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 in a relevant field: 40 – science, 44 – physical sciences, 46 – mathematics and statistics, 48 – computing, 52 – engineering and engineering trades, 54 – manufacturing and processing, 58 – architecture and building, 62 – agriculture, forestry and fishery, 84 – transport services, 85 – environmental protection. These candidates are awarded 60 ECTS credits and may enrol in the second year provided they satisfy the transfer criteria laid down in the accredited degree programme; 
  6. An undergraduate programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 in one of the following fields: ­­14 – teacher training and education science,  21 – arts, 22 – humanities, 31 – social and behavioural science, 32 – journalism and information,  34 – business and administration, 38 – law, 42 – life sciences, 64 – veterinary, 72 – health, 76 – social services, 81 – personal services, 86 – security services. These candidates are awarded 44 ECTS credits and may enrol in the corresponding year;
  7. A bachelor’s vocational programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 and a specialisation programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 in a relevant field: 40 – science,  44 – physical sciences, 46 – mathematics and statistics, 48 – computing, 52 – engineering and engineering trades, 54 – manufacturing and processing, 58 – architecture and building, 62 – agriculture, forestry and fishery, 84 – transport services, 85 – environmental protection. These candidates are typically awarded 60 ECTS credits and may enrol in the second year if they satisfy the transfer criteria laid down in the accredited study programme;
  8. A bachelor’s vocational programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 and a specialisation programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 in one of the following field­­s: 14 – teacher training and education science, 21 – arts, 22 – humanities, 31 – social and behavioural science, 32 – journalism and information, 34 – business and administration, 38 – law, 42 – life sciences, 64 – veterinary, 72 – health, 76 – social services, 81 – personal services, 86 – security services. These candidates are awarded 44 ECTS credits and may enrol in the corresponding year.
Selection criteria in the event of limited enrolment:
If there is greater demand than there are places available, candidates shall be ranked according to:
·grade point average excluding bachelor’s thesis: 80 %
·grade awarded for the bachelor’s thesis: 20 %
 
If the bachelor’s thesis is not required for completion of the programme, only the grade point average shall be taken into account (100 %).
 
  
3rd Degree Study Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Doktorat znanosti (PhD)
Energy Technology
 
Candidates who completed the following may enrol in the doctoral (3rd cycle) programme “Energy Technology”:
− A master’s (2nd-cycle) programme;
− An undergraduate programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004;
− A bachelor’s vocational programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 and a specialisation programme. Prior to enrolment, candidates must satisfy study obligations corresponding to 45 ECTS credits. Candidates must pass the following exams under the master’s (2nd-cycle) programme: “Operations Research”, “Optimization of Energetic Systems”, “Maintenance of Systems I”, “Supply of Industrial Buildings”, “Sensor Systems”, “High Voltage and Large Current Technique”, “Nuclear Installation and Irradiation Facilities”, “Technics and Devices In Power Production”, “Marketing and Market Research”, “Energy And Environment”, “Energy Supply of The Buildings”, “Nuclear Non-destructive Testing Methods”;
− A study programme educating students for professions regulated by EU directives or another master’s programme corresponding to 300 ECTS credits.
 
Selection criteria in the event of limited enrolment:
If there is greater demand than there are places available, candidates shall be ranked according to:
-grade point average excluding thesis: 80 %;
-grade awarded for the thesis: 20 %.
 
If the thesis is not required for completion of the programme, only the grade point average shall be taken into account (100 %).
 

ACCESS TO FURTHER STUDIES

1st degree Study Undergraduate Professionally Oriented Study Programme Energy Technology
 
The conditions for the advancement to the 2nd year: 
Student progresses in the 2nd year if the commitments made by the 1st year are collected in at least 45 ECTS, he must perform the obligations in the subjects: Mathematical methods I and II and Electrotechnics. 
 
The conditions for the advancement to the 3rd year: 
Student progresses in the 3rd year, if he performes all obligations of 1st year and if he collects at least 36 ECTS of the commitments made in the 2nd year, with the statutory obligation to carry out the courses:, Thermodynamics, The Base of Hydrotechnics, The base of electrical appliances and installations, The base of energy systems, Environmental protection. 
 
 
For the repetition student, the same conditions are valid for the advancement of the 2nd or 3rd year, as the other students, who regularly move in the higher year. 
 
 
1st degree Study Undergraduate Academic Study Programme Energy Technology
 
The conditions for the advancement to the 2nd year: 
Student progresses in the 2nd year, if the commitments made by the 1st year collect at least 45 ECTS, and must perform the obligations in the subjects: Mathematical methods I and II, Electrotechnics, Mehanoenergetics of engines and devices. 
 
The conditions for the advancement of the 3rd year: 
Student progresses in the 3rd year, if he has performed all obligations of 1st year, and collect at least 36 ECTS of the commitments made in the 2nd year. The student must carry out the obligations of the objects: Mathematical methods III, Energy conversion, Alternative energy systems, Hydropower systems, Power systems and Nuclear energy systems. 
 
For the repetition student, the same conditions are valid for the advancement of the 2nd or 3rd year, as the other students, who regularly move in the higher year. 
 
 
2nd degree Study Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Magister (Masters) Energy Technology 
 
The conditions for the advancement to the 2nd year:
Student progresses in the 2nd year, when the commitments made by the 1st year collect a total of at least 45 ECTS, and required to carry out tests in all compulsory subjects. 
 
For the repetition student, the same conditions are valid for the advancement of the 2nd year, as the other students, who regularly move in the higher year.
 
 
3rd Degree Study Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Doktorat znanosti (PhD) Energy Technology
 
The conditions for the advancement to the 2nd year: 
Student progresses in the 2nd year, if the commitments made by the 1st year collect at least 45 ECTS, and must perform the obligations in the subjects: Seminar (10ECTS),
 
The conditions for the advancement of the 3rd year: 
Student progresses in the 3rd year, if he collects 100 ECTS with all obligations of 1st year, (60ECTS) and the student must carry out the obligations Individualno raziskovalno delo III (30 ECTS). 
 
For the repetition student, the same conditions are valid for the advancement of the 2nd or 3rd year, as the other students, who regularly move in the higher year. 
 
 
 
If the conditions for enrollment in the next year are not met
Advancing in a higher year may be also approved by the Study Commission, on the basis of reasonable grounds and set a time limit within which a student must meet the obligations he is missing. Reasonable grounds are set out in the Statute of University of Maribor. 
 
Conditions for repetition of the year 
The student who has not fulfilled the conditions for promotion, can be repeat a year in a case of collection at least 30 ECTS of the one-year commitment. Students can repeat a year only once throughout the study. Repetition may also be made by a student who has made less than 30 ECTS but not less then 15 ECTS of study commitments, if he has a justified reason to allow the extension. Reasonable grounds are set out in the Statute of University of Maribor. Repetition is approved by the Study Commission.
 
Extension status
Students with children, which are born during a study, are entitled to an extension of student status for one year and for each born child. 
 
Advice and guidance during the study
Faculty of Energy Technology is involved in mentoring and tutoring study system. Tutor, which will be given at the student enrollment, will guide and advise student in his decisions during his study.
 
 

COURSE STRUCTURE DIAGRAM WITH CREDITS

docx1st degree Study Professionally Oriented Programme Energy TEchnology

docx1st degree Study Undergraduate Academic Study Programme Energy Technology

docx2nd degree Study Postgraduate Study Programme leading to Magister (Master) Energy Technology

docx3rd degree Study Postgraduate Study Programme leading to Doktorat znanosti (PhD) Energy Technology

 

DESCRIPTION OF COURSES

1st degree Study Undergraduate Professionally Oriented Study Programme Energy Technology

1st degree Study Undergraduate Academic Study ProgrammeEnergy Technology

2nd degree Study Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Magister (Masters) Energy Technology

3rd Degree Study Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Doktorat znanosti (PhD) Energy Technology

 

FINAL EXAMINATION

1st degree Study Undergraduate Professionally Oriented Study Programme Energy Technology
GRADUATE THESIS
 
1st degree Study Undergraduate Academic Study Programme  Energy Technology
GRADUATE THESIS
 
2nd degree Study Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Magister (Masters) Energy Technology 
MASTER THESIS
 
3rd Degree Study Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Doktorat znanosti (PhD) Energy Technology
PhD THESIS
 
 

ECTS DEPARTMENTAL CO-ORDINATOR

Assist. Prof., PhD. Sebastijan Seme

 

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ECTS - Information Package 2017/2018 - Faculty of Energy Technology