Welcome to Slovakia!
Located in central Europe and has a population of about 5.4 millions inhabitants. Slovakia has borders with 5 countries: Poland, Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic and Ukraine.
Besides moderate living costs and internationally recognized diploma, you can enjoy breathtaking nature. Nine national parks, deep valleys, large forest or beautiful lakes – that are only part of wonders of Slovak nature. If you are lucky, you can meet wolvers, bears, chamois or lynx during your expeditions.
Mountains present unique chapter in Slovakia, since they form landscape of country and helped to preserve colorful regional traditions and identities. To be precise, each mountain range has a national park by the same name: High Tatras, Low Tatras, Lesser Fatra, Small Carpathian, Pieniny, Slovak Paradise, Poloniny and Muránska planina.
Enrolment Requirement are different from Faculty to Faculty and from program to program.
Bachelor – You just finished your secondary school and would like to apply for university or college in Slovakia. Then you need to prove, that you have completed your studies at secondary school successfully. This is related to recognition of completed courses – procedure, which is time intensive and where assistance is usually needed. Subsequently, there are various requirements for admission: entrance examination in form of multiple choice test, personal interview or presenting your achievements. If you need any assistance, just drop us a message and we will help you with everything.
After completing of the first level of education, student may opt for second level of education – which are Master studies. Master studies do have form of 2 or 3 programs, which extend knowledge obtained during bachelor. There is no obligation to continue within the same program – on the other hand, it makes more sense to finish in the same field of study as student began. Again, there is obligation to take some form of an entrance examination, which is different from one study program to another.
And finally, doctoral studies are available for those students, who successfully finished master program.