Comenius University in Bratislava

Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences

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Faculty profile

Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences is the newest faculty of the Comenius University in Bratislava. Since it was established in 2002, it has been identified as the best faculty in the Slovak Republic in “Other Social Sciences” category by the Academic Rating and Ranking Agency (ARRA) for five years in a row.

We offer five study programmes that reflect the needs and requirements of labour market. All faculty members insist on an individual approach to students, and try to help them be tolerant and respectful, as well as think critically and formulate and express their own arguments. We are always very delighted to organize lectures and seminars with our graduates and other experts from both public and private sphere in order to give students the floor to confront them and learn from their expertise and experience.

There are approximately 750 students studying and 50 internal and external lecturers and researchers working here every academic year. This makes the faculty rather small, yet it intensifies relationships among its members at the same time.

Since 2002, several research departments have been established here. The faculty has produced a top-level research team, and it has provided a platform for lots of lecturers and researchers, whose personal and professional qualities have been widely recognised by public and media, and used as a basis for decision-making at the highest levels of public administration.

Educational process at the Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences is based on the principle “less subjects, more lectures”. In other words, the study plan usually consists of not more than 5 subjects with multiple lectures and seminars. Thanks to this, students and lecturers can assess the matter of lectures or seminars in a very complex and coherent manner.

There is also a tradition of organizing various thematic debates and discussions within the Public Policy Book Club. Our students can enjoy active relax in the community garden, and in the unique buffet run by our students. On top of that, students themselves organize the prestigious FSEV FEST every year and set its programme to get to know each other, and provide a platform for dialogue between youth and experienced people from both public and private sector

Departments

Comenius University in Bratislava pracovisko Martin

Malá hora 10701/4A, 03601, Martin

Admission procedure

Social Anthropology Bc., full-time

Deadline for applications: 31.03.2021
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Applied economy Mgr., full-time

Deadline for applications: 31.03.2021
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Social Anthropology Mgr., full-time

Deadline for applications: 31.03.2021
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European Studies Mgr., full-time

Deadline for applications: 31.03.2021
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Social and Work Psychology Bc., full-time

Deadline for applications: 31.03.2021
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European Studies Bc., full-time

Deadline for applications: 31.03.2021
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Social Anthropology PhD., full-time

Deadline for applications: 30.04.2021
Deadline of examination: 01.06.2021 – 30.06.2021

Accommodation and boarding

Accomodation

The students of FSES CU are accomodated in the Ľ.Štúr campus - Mlyny in Mlynská dolina. The price ranges from 47€-113€ per bed. Check the campus via virtual tour at https://mlyny.uniba.sk/o-nas/virtualna-prehliadka or the website of the campus at https://mlyny.uniba.sk/

Boarding

At the faculty, there is student-run buffet "Vegget" offering meals with ingredients from local Slovak farmers, great coffe and place to eat and talk to your colleagues. 

Other services

Faculty provides access for disabled persons, wifi and ethernet connection and computers available for students. 

University detail

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037 / 641 48 81
0911 154 882
0911 154 214

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Responsibility for content: Mgr. Kristína Janková, PhD. (kristina.jankova@fses.uniba.sk)
Last update: 30.10.2020 09:47

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