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prof. Ing. Stanislav Kmeť, CSc.

Student life

Besides the science, research and education, the uni­versity also supports publically available social, cultural and sports activities.

Leisure activities offer 25 different sports to relax sufficiently. Collective sports such as basketball, floorball, water polo or traditional football will take on interpersonal relations and athletics, yoga, and climbing on the artificial wall will strengthen the individual's ability. Students can choose even modern sports, such as skin-diving, softball, Tabata or noble yacht­ing. The sports are performed in the school athletic stadium, eight gymnasiums, baseball ground, squash and tennis courts.

The cam­pus covers sport clubs Akademik and Slávia, choir Collegium Technicum and folk groups Jahodná and Borievka, and forms Sympho­ny Orchestra of the Technical University of Košice. Student television and radio broad­cast up-to-date information.

The Technical University of Košice publishes a university magazine entitled HALÓ TU. The electronic form of this magazine can be found at this link.

Events organized on the university campus attract visitors from the whole region, making the Technical University of Košice a principal centre of both education and cultural life in the city. The university campus is naturally also an ideal place for students to meet each other and relax.

The Technical University of Košice is open for wide public. Many popular events take place in the area of TUKE, such as Balloon fiesta, art festival „Biela noc“ or wanders with Milan Kolcun, where the visitors learn about the significant historical events from the history of the university and the city. In the academic year 2018/2019, TUKE in cooperation with the prestigious university ETH Zürich, has commemorated the 160th anniversary of the birth of the worldwide famous Slovak scientist Aurel Stodola, whose student was also the genius Albert Einstein.