Faculty of Social and Economic Relations (FSEV) is one of the largest faculties of the Alexander Dubček University in Trenčín. It was founded in 1997 by the Slovak National Council. The decision to found the faculty was related to the needs of development in the Trenčín region and was in line with the global trends in the development of social sciences at the turn of the millennium. The faculty was the first in Slovakia to offer Human Resources and Personnel Management program of study. The program focuses on the reproduction patterns and development of human resources for knowledge economy and management of personnel and social aspects of people's work in organizations.
Faculty of Social and Economic Relations prepares experts in personnel management, human resources management, economics and public administration management in accredited Bachelor, Master and Doctoral programs of study. Teaching focuses on disciplines such as economics, management, sociology, psychology and social policy. Strong emphasis is placed on good insights of graduates into economics, management, social and psychological conditions of reproduction and formation of human resources; their values, preferences and patterns of behavior in organizations as needed by the current trends of social progress and the needs of the knowledge economy development as the source of social wealth creation.
The mission of the Faculty of Social and Economic Relations is to contribute to the development of knowledge-based society through the pursuit of quality education, learning and research. The key objectives of the Faculty are to provide higher education, creative scholarly research and/or creative activity. To meet the objectives, faculty members have been using their good experience from their study/teaching abroad experience, research stays in foreign institutions of higher education and universities, participation in and conducting international scholarly projects. There have also been foreign visiting professors and lecturers working at the faculty, thus enriching the teaching process and contributing to the mutual understanding in the European and international community.
In harmony with the Bologna Declaration, Faculty of Social and Economic Relations follows the academic credit system and supports international mobility activities for their students and faculty. English and another foreign language are compulsory courses in all the programs of study. The faculty builds and promotes relationships with colleges and universities both home and abroad. Within the ERASMUS program and the implementation of joint scientific research projects, the faculty and students go regularly on study and research stays at the following universities and colleges: Università di Bologna in Italy, Université de Picardie Jules Verne in France, Université de Savoie in France, Universidad de Alicante in Spain, Universidad Católica de Valencia San Vicente Mártir in Spain, Universitat Politècnica de València in Spain, Westsächsische Hochschule Zwickau in Germany, Technische Hochschule Deggendorf in Germany, Šiaulių universitetas in Lithuania, Vilniaus Kolegija in Lithuania, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança in Portugal, Izhevsk State Technical University in the Russian Federation, Tomas Bata University in the Czech Republic, College of International and Public Relations Prague in the Czech Republic.
In line with its mission, the faculty intends to further provide and enhance the accredited fields of study as an integral part of the Alexander Dubček University in Trenčín.
Accommodation and boarding
Student accommodation options are updated annually and can be found on: https://tnuni.sk/studenti/ubytovanie
Lunches are provided in the university canteen (building A), Študentská 2: https://tnuni.sk/strava/strava/novinky/
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- Special Needs Support Centre: http://cp.tnuni.sk/ http://cp.tnuni.sk/index.php/identifikacia-barier/proces-prijimacieho-konania
Coordinator for students with special needs: Ing. Eva Koišová, PhD., firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone Number: 032/7400404