University of Zilina 2017-11-24T14:42:52+00:00

University of Zilina

(UNIZA)

The University of Žilina was established as the Railway College on 1st September 1953 by the separation from the Czech Technical University in Prague. It has gone through numerous changes during its history. Finally, in 1996, it was renamed from the University of Transport and Communications to the University of Žilina in Žilina. The University as a public university provides education at all three levels of higher education (Bachelor’s degree, Engineer/Master’s degree and Doctoral degree) in both full-time and part-time forms. Approximately 11 000 students currently study in all forms of study. There are more than 1 500 employees and 650 of them are university teachers.

Peter Marton
Peter MartonUNIZA Team Leader, INNOSOC Lecturer
Pavel Segec
Pavel SegecINNOSOC Lecturer
Miroslav Kvassay
Miroslav KvassayINNOSOC Lecturer
Marek Moravcik
Marek MoravcikINNOSOC Lecturer

Students

Jan Rabcan does not have a photo :(

Jan Rabcan

INNOSOC 2017 Student

Michal Ďuračík does not have a photo :(

Michal Ďuračík

INNOSOC 2017 Student

Patrik Rusnák does not have a photo :(

Patrik Rusnák

INNOSOC 2017 Student

Martin Drozdík does not have a photo :(

Martin Drozdík

INNOSOC Student 2016

Miroslav Dočár does not have a photo :(

Miroslav Dočár

INNOSOC 2016 Student

Tomáš Pikna does not have a photo :(

Tomáš Pikna

INNOSOC 2016 Student

Innovation

How do we innovate at the University of Zilina?
We are unique in Slovakia, offering education in transport and communications. Our faculty offers innovative study programs in ICT based on this tradition, but connected to industry requests too.

ICT

How do we use ICT to tackle societal challenges?
Our education and research are inter-disciplinary. We are developing apps, networks, hardware answering specific user demand – smart cities, urban transport, health, secure ICT…

Intercultural

How do we promote intercultural environment?
We finished project oriented to internationalization of our university one year before. We have active contact with non-European universities. In last semesters we had students from Taiwan and Brazil.