Dubnica Institute of Technology in Dubnica nad Váhom, Slovakia is a private institute providing university education in accredited bachelor and master programs.
Teacher Training in Vocational Education (study field 1.1.2 Teacher Training in Vocational Subjects and Practical Training)
Teacher Training in Practical Economic Subjects (study field 1.1.2 Teacher Training in Vocational Subjects and Practical Training)
Electronics of Transportation (study field 5.2.13 Electronics)
Management (study field 3.3.15 Management)
All informations about:
BASIC CHARACTERISTICS of bachelor study programs,
PROFESSIONAL PROFILE of GRADUATES,
you can find HERE (click)
in the study field 1.1.2 Teacher Training in Vocational Subjects and Practical Training:
Teacher Training in Technical Subjects
Teacher Training in Economic Subjects
All informations about:
BASIC CHARACTERISTICS of master study programs,
PROFESSIONAL PROFILE of GRADUATES,
you can find HERE (click)
The mission of Dubnica Institute of Technology in Dubnica nad Váhom is to provide, organize and supply education in accredited study programs, realize creative scientific research and offer further education programs in the form of a wide range of courses and educational activities.
Dubnica Institute of Technology in Dubnica nad Váhom is oriented on producing and spreading knowledge and innovations in the field of applied study programs and scientific disciplines, and focuses on training professionals needed in the labor market with the aim to contribute to the development of a knowledge-based and sustainably competitive economy in Slovakia. To realize this mission it cooperates with Slovak and foreign colleges and universities, institutions in private and public sectors, non-governmental organizations, and takes part in international projects.
DTI – ACADEMIC SELF-GOVERNEMENT BODIES
Organizational structure of Dubnica Institute of Technology In Dubnica nad Váhom
Ing. Daniel Lajčin, PhD., Chairman of the Governing Board
Mgr. Gabriela Sláviková, PhD., Director of DTI, Member of the Governing Board
prof. PhDr. Erich Petlák, CSc., Rector
RNDr. Karol Korintuš, PhD. Vice Rector for Education and Marketing
doc. PaedDr. Tomáš Lengyelfalusy, PhD., Vice Rector for Science and Research
doc. Ing. Roman Hrmo, PhD., Vice Rector for Quality and Development
Ing. Ján Gramata, Member of the Governing Board
Ing. Karol Hübsch, Member of the Governing Board
Ing. Miroslava Hrvolová, PhD. Vice Director
Ing. Peter Jakúbek, PhD., Questor
doc. Ing. Roman Hrmo, PhD., Head of the Department of didactics, technology and educational technologies
doc. PhDr. Miroslav Škoda, PhD., Head of the department of the Vocational Subject and Information Technologies
Ing. Kateřina Hrazdilová Bočková, PhD., Vice Head of the Department of Vocational Subject and Information Technologies
doc. Mgr. Anton Heretik, PhD., Head of the Department of Pedagogical and Psychological SciencesPaedDr. Zuzana Geršicová, PhD., Vice Head of the department of Pedagogical and Psychological Sciences
prof. PhDr. Jaroslav Oberuč, CSc., Chairman of the Academic Senate
doc. Ing. Martin Lorko, CSc., Vice Chairman of the Academic Senate (staff representative)
Ing. Ján Hargaš, PhD.
Mgr. František Stanček, PhD.
PhDr. Slávka Čepelová, PhD.
Ing. Miroslava Hrvolová, PhD.
PaedDr. Dáša Porubčanová
Mgr. Monika Dohnanská
Mgr. Mária Doričková
Bc. Mária Vachová
Bc. Bibiana Olášová
Bc. Eva Šerá
Katarína Pagáčová, Vice Chairman of the Academic Senate (student representative)
prof. PhDr. Erich Petlák, CSc., Chairman of the Scientific Board
prof. PhDr. Jaroslav Oberuč, CSc.
doc. PaedDr. Tomáš Lengyelfalusy, PhD.
RNDr. Karol Korintuš, PhD.
Ing. Daniel Lajčin, PhD.
Mgr. Gabriela Sláviková, PhD.
Ing. Peter Jakúbek, PhD.
prof. Ing. Ján Bajtoš, CSc. PhD.
doc. PhDr. Viola Tamášová, PhD.
doc. Ing. Roman Hrmo, PhD.
doc. PhDr. Miroslav Škoda, PhD.
doc. PhDr. Jarmila Novotná, PhD.
doc. Ing. Martin Lorko, CSc.
prof. RNDr. René Matlovič, PhD.
prof. Ing. Dr. Róbert Štefko, PhD.
doc. PhDr. Miroslav Frankovský, PhD.
prof. Ing. Peter Plavčan, PhD.
prof. Dr. Stanislav Juszczyk, PhD.
Ing. Pavol Bagin
DTI - Departments
Department of Didactics, Technology and Educational Technologies
Department of Vocational Subjects and Information Technologies
Department of Pedagogical and Psychological Sciences
Dubnica Institute of Technology in Dubnica nad Váhom also offers courses in further education in addition to its accredited bachelor and master programs. Further education programs are a part of lifelong education.
The notion of lifelong education can be defined as a targeted, continuous educational activity with the aim to develop and improve knowledge, skills and competences.
The notion of lifelong education covers formal, nonformal and informal education at all the levels– pre-school, elementary, secondary, university and further education.
Children’s University of Dubnica Institute of Technology in Dubnica nad Váhom is an educational program for children aged 7-13 years old that provides, at early school age, an opportunity to experience an alternative approach to education. As it is in other European children’s universities, our institution seeks to interpret knowledge and principles of various fields of science and technology to primary school pupils in a comprehensible way.
Unlike other children’s universities in Slovakia, Children’s University of Dubnica Institute of Technology in Dubnica nad Váhom offers a theme-based educational program in English. Students of the Children’s University not only gain knowledge in particular scientific disciplines but also improve their language skills.
The program of the Children’s University is designed in accordance with up-to-date requirements of the knowledge society and is organized in the form of intensive courses during the first week of summer holidays. At graduation ceremony, students receive diplomas and are awarded a degree of ‘Little Bachelor’.
UNIVERSITY OF THE THIRD AGE OF DUBNICA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY IN DUBNICA NAD VÁHOM
Information and Communication Technologies in the Life of Seniors
The program familiarizes course participants with computers, the use of information and communication technologies, and making use of communication opportunities that computer technology offers today. The aim of the program is to introduce students to computer technology, deepen their knowledge, provide them with the skills needed to identify and make use of the advantages that recent information and communication offer, and to decrease the barriers between the older generation and recent technological trends. The program places strong focus on both practical exercises as well as application of theoretical knowledge.
The program is focused on the field of gardening, pomology and garden dendrology. The program aims to acquaint students with the principles of successful gardening in chronologically organized units and to offer not only theoretical knowledge but also practical advice. The program is enriched by ecologically-oriented lectures which are closely related to the main topic of the program.
The standard duration of a program is two terms (one academic year) at a minimum and six terms (three academic years) at a maximum.
University of the Third Age delivers study programs for seniors and is open to everyone older than 50 years of age with at least secondary education.
ACTA TECHNOLOGICA DUBNICAE – scientific journal
Acta Technologica Dubnicae is a scientific journal published by the Dubnica Institute of Technology in Dubnica nad Váhom, Slovakia.
Acta Technologica Dubnicae is published twice a year both in print and online. It carries only original, previously unpublished studies, articles, book reviews and information in English that have not currently been submitted for publication elsewhere.
During its three-year existence, the journal has gained a good reputation and is gradually becoming a recognized journal both in Slovakia and abroad.
The published articles are from the fields of pedagogy, psychology and technology. The unifying feature, without which articles cannot be published, is education. All the submitted papers are anonymously peer reviewed by two independent experts.
Papers may be submitted continuously; they may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 15 and August 15 each year.