Degree Course in Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning and Gas Equipment (HVAGE)

et 19The degree course addresses the demand for  experts in implementing the 2012 European  strategy which aims at developing competitive, sustainable and reliable energy sector. The degree course curriculum meets the European higher education criteria for this particular area of engineering by focusing on thermal and hydro engineering technologies and innovations.


Successful course graduates will be  qualified to perform well in the following engineering activities:

  • Design of  systems for ventilation and dust-catching  in industrial and administrative buildings or compounds;
  • Design of systems for air-conditioning of  administrative  HQs, commercial centers, hotels, restaurants and  residential buildings;
  • Design of  heating, heat pump and dryer installations;
  • Design of systems for  renewable energy sources;
  • Design of gas systems and equipment;
  • Conducting research in the area of  heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and gas equipment.


ovkgt 1Bachelor's degree holders could have prospective  employment as:

  • experts in the field of  energy research and adoption of energy saving technologies
  • designers of  air-condition, heating, ventilation, gas supply and cooling systems and installations
  • engineers in charge of  maintenance and  operation of energy systems
  • experts and  coordinators of projects related to  energy effectiveness and renewable energy sources.


Academic training in the degree course of  Heating, Ventilation and Air-condition  Equipment is carried out in conformity with the B. Sc. degree curriculum. Successful course graduates are eligible for studies in Master's  and  Ph.D. degree courses.

Aovkgt 2cademic  training is set  on solid scientific, theoretical and  practical basis. The first four semesters  include  studies of general disciplines which are compulsory for any engineering  expert: Calculus, Physics, Informatics, Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, Materials Science, Machine Parts, Strength of materials, Thermodynamics plus two language modules and a number of humanitarian disciplines.

Disciplines studied in the V , VI, VII and VIII semester include Applied Hydrodynamics, Constructive and Thermo-technical Characteristics of  Buildings, Heat and Gas Supply, Gas Equipment, Cooling Equipment, Industrial Ventilation and Dust Catching. All these prepare undergraduates to reach the standards of training required by  the B. Sc. degree level. Training concludes with diploma project during the last semester of studies.