FER attracts the best students in Croatia with its undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate study programmes: every year, we admit 650 freshmen, and out of the top 1000 high school graduates at the mathematics examination, almost 400 joins FER; out of the top 1000 in physics, almost 380 joins FER. Every year, 450 bachelors, 420 masters in engineering, around 50 doctors of science and 20 university specialists graduate from FER.
Electrical Engineering covers the application of physical laws about electromagnetic phenomena in development of products and services that provide a benefit to the mankind. Information technology uses computers, computer networks, communication systems and technology to sense, process, store and display the information, today has a significant impact on electrical engineering.
The principal object of study in Computing is the computer as a universal data processing machine, together with the methods of its application in diverse areas.
This programme enables a student to acquire the competencies to solve difficult engineering problems, to design complex systems, to act as a leader of a team and to conduct research and development in one of five profiles:
ICT enables a student to acquire the competencies to solve difficult engineering problems, to design complex systems, to act as a leader of a team and to conduct research and development in one of three profiles:
The programme enables a student to acquire the competencies to solve difficult engineering problems, to design complex systems, to act as a leader of a team and to conduct research and development in one of three profiles:
Alongside specialist courses, lifelong education on FER exists in the form of four postgraduate specialist studies, where economy experts get educated in new technologies.
Transformers are the basic and most common element of electrical systems, and their role in the power generation system is of a particular importance. Our aim is to educate specialists in the field of transformers, necessary for the economy, higher education and science.
The regulation of the electronic communications market is a complex task which requires an interdisciplinary approach that combines knowledge of economy, law and technology, especially information and communication technology.
Specialist study of information security helps to meet the growing demand for information security specialists who possess a good balance of analytical skills and business acumen. The program combines security policies, management and technical aspects of information security and risk management.
We educate a specialist who will advance the development, design, production and maintenance of railway electrical systems components by using modern methods and insights, and that requires interdisciplinary knowledge.