Information for Applicants


The academic year starts on 1st September and ends on 31st August of the following year; it is divided into two semesters/terms: “winter semester” and “summer semester”.

Winter semester/term Summer semester/term

Lectures and seminars period From third week of September– to second week of December / From second week of February– to second week of May

Exam period From end of December– to first week of February / From second week of May– to first week of July

The precise timetable is specified before the start of each academic year and displayed on the University website.


Basic requirements to enrol in a degree programme

Degree programmes taught in Slovak

  • Bachelor’s programmes: secondary school-leaving certificate, passing written admission exam.
  • Master’s programmes: Bachelor’s degree in the same or in a related field of study, in the latter case passing supplementary written exams.
  • Doctoral programmes: Master’s degree, passing admission exam or, in some cases, fulfilment of additional conditions (as specified by the respective Faculty).

To enrol in a Bachelor’s or Master’s programme, students who are not from the Slovak Republic or the Czech Republic, are expected to submit a Slovak language certificate. This is issued by the Institute for Language and Academic Preparation of Foreign Students at the Comenius University in Bratislava after successful completion of the Slovak language preparation course. more info

Degree programmes taught in English, German, French and Spanish

  • Bachelor’s programme Foreign Languages and Intercultural Communication (taught in English/German; English/French; English/Spanish): basic requirements: secondary school-leaving certificate, passing written admission exam (in Economy and Economics Fundamentals and in the two respective languages)
  • Master’s programme Foreign Languages and Intercultural Communication 




+421 2 6729 5225                 +421 2 6729 5226

  • Master’s programmes International Management (taught in English) and Management de la Vente/Sales Management (taught in French): basic requirements: Bachelor’s degree in the fields of Economics and Management or in related fields, in the latter case passing supplementary written exams; certificate of the respective language (English or French)



Svetlana Valigurská

Phone:  +421 2 6729 5165

  • Master’s programmes Internationales Finanzmanagement / “International Financial Management” (taught in German): basic requirements: Bachelor’s degree from one of the faculties of the University of Economics in Bratislava, or from the Faculty of Law, Economics and Business of the Martin Luther University in Halle-Wittenberg, Germany, or from any faculty having an economic background; German language certificate; passing written admission exams (in Macroeconomics, Microeconomics and the German language)



Dr. Marta Nagyová

Phone:   +421 2 6729 5163



Bachelor’s programmes: March 31th

Master’s programmes: April 15th

Doctoral studies: usually in June

You may find the exact date on the University web site


Application/Enrolment Fees

Application fees for the application process for the University study programmes taught in foreign languages which is carried out also electronically- for FOREIGN applicants (i.e. who are not citizens of an EU-member state or do not have permanent residence in an EU-member state) are EUR 40,-.


for degree programmes 1 500 € per academic year; for study programmes in foreign languages.

for individual courses (including language courses) 200 € per course; free of charge for students from European Union member countries and other countries of the European Economic Area, and the Swiss Confederation; the Republic of Belarus; Bosnia and Herzegovina; the Republic of Montenegro; the Republic of Moldova, the Republic of Serbia; Ukraine


From 70 to 100 € monthly according to accommodation category


The price of lunch is approximately 2 - 3 €


The main campus in Bratislava (Petržalka) is a modern complex which meets the demanding requirements that are necessary for teaching and research, as well as for catering, accommodation and the physical activities of students. Lecture halls, classrooms, laboratories, computer rooms, special language classrooms, library, bookshops etc. are available for all students.

The University provides accommodation for its students in dormitories situated directly on the campus, just off the campus and throughout the city. It is able to house approximately 3,500 students. The quality of accommodation is of standard level or higher standard level (4-1 bed per room). From the dormitories outside the main campus there are good transport connections to the main campus.

Student catering is provided on the main campus in a self-service dining hall with a wide selection of hot meals. There are also several cafeterias and snack bars providing fast food, as well as vending machines with hot and cold drinks.

The Buddy system is a student organisation that helps new students from abroad to become used to life in Bratislava.

The Slovak Economic Library has a wide collection of books, periodicals, e-books, e-journals and databases. Computer rooms throughout the University are used for the teaching process and they are available to students for individual work as well. The whole campus is covered by wi-fi access points, enabling students to go online wherever they are on campus.

Students can take part in a wide range of physical activities offered by the University in its residential and other sports facilities (football, tennis, table tennis, swimming, aqua aerobic, indoor football, volleyball, basketball, handball, badminton, skating, inline skating, floor-ball, aerobics, step-aerobics, fit ball-aerobics, bodywork, power-yoga, pilates, fitness bodybuilding). In summer and in winter, training camps are organized (in winter – downhill and cross-country skiing, snowboarding; in summer - hiking, rafting and camping).

Students can join AIESEC, the world’s largest youth organization, which is present in over 2,100 universities in 110 countries.

Focused on providing a platform for the development of youth leadership capabilities, AIESEC offers young people the opportunityto participate in international student exchange and internship programmes, experience leadership and participate in a global learning environment.