Mediamatics and Cultural heritage

Graduates have the ability to find modern and, if necessary, their own solutions to problems in the field of media and communication practice. They are able to creatively apply knowledge especially in the field of library and information collections, local and global information resources. They are proficient in working with IK technologies, methods and tools for creating and building information resources, analysing information needs, searching for information, analysing information resources, communicating information and knowledge to users. They can be employed as content creators or managers of media information systems, consultants in the field of information systems, developers of e-learning courses, administrators of corporate information and knowledge bases. After graduation, they can independently run their own business in the field of mass media, provide information services for the state administration, the third sector or work as specialists in the creation and presentation of information, economics and management of media and information systems.

They can also work as specialists in the field of information creation and presentation, economics and management of media and information systems.

Details of the degree programmes:

  • curricula
  • course information sheets

find http://vzdelavanie.uniza.sk/vzdelavanie/plany.php.



Prospects of graduates

Graduates of the Master's degree programme in Media Studies and Cultural Heritage have the ability to find modern and, if necessary, their own solutions to problems in the field of library and information practice. They are able to creatively apply knowledge, especially in the field of library and information collection development, local and global information resources. They are proficient in working with IK technologies, methods and tools for creating and building information resources, analysing information needs, searching for information, analysing information resources, communicating information and knowledge to users. They can be employed as content creators or managers of media information systems, consultants in the field of information systems, developers of e-learning courses, administrators of corporate information and knowledge bases. After graduation, they can independently run their own business in the field of mass media, provide information services for the state administration, the third sector or work as specialists in the creation and presentation of information, economics and management of media and information systems.



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Conditions of admission

Basic admission requirement

The basic condition for admission to the Master's degree (second degree study programme) is the acquisition of a first-degree university degree (Act on Higher Education No.131/2002 Coll., as amended) in the same or a related field of study. In the case of a foreign applicant or a student who has completed his/her studies abroad, he/she shall submit with his/her application for the second cycle of higher education, no later than at the time of enrolment, a decision on the recognition of the document on the completion of the first cycle of higher education by the relevant institution in the Slovak Republic.

Other admission conditions

The condition of admission to the 2nd level of higher education (Mgr.) is the completion of the 1st level of studies in the same field of study or in a study programme related in content to the study programme Media Studies and Cultural Heritage. Applicants - graduates of bachelor studies of the study programme Media Studies and Cultural Heritage in the field of study Media and Communication Studies implemented at the Faculty of Arts of UNIZA or the Faculty of Arts of UNIZA will be admitted without entrance examinations. Graduates from other universities of the same field of study or a study programme related in content to the study programme in Media Studies and Cultural Heritage: the applicant will choose three books or articles from a proposed list of literature (the list will be published by the Department of Media Studies and Cultural Heritage of the Faculty of Humanities of UNIZA on the website) and will undergo an oral interview. The Department of Mediamatics and Cultural Heritage of the Faculty of Humanities of UNIZA is responsible for the implementation of the entrance examination. The fulfilment of the conditions for admission to the study is evaluated by the Admissions Committee appointed by the Dean of the Faculty.

Written and oral proficiency in Slovak or Czech language is required for studying at the faculty.



Additional information

Detailed information about study programmes:

- curricula,

- course information sheets

find it at http://vzdelavanie.uniza.sk/vzdelavanie/plany.php.



Conditions for international students

For foreign applicants, the admission conditions apply as for applicants from the Slovak Republic. Foreign students studying in Slovak language do not pay tuition fees. Applicants from the Czech Republic may use the form valid in the Czech Republic to apply for studies. For foreign applicants admitted on the basis of interstate agreements, bilateral treaties or for scholarship holders of the Government of the Slovak Republic, the conditions specified in the relevant documents apply.



Conditions of admission without the entrance exam

The condition for admission to the 2nd level of university studies (Mgr.) is the completion of the 1st level of studies in the same field of study or in a study programme related in content to the study programme Media Studies and Cultural Heritage. Applicants - graduates of the Bachelor's degree of the study programme Media Studies and Cultural Heritage in the field of study Media and Communication Studies implemented at the Faculty of Arts of UNIZA or the Faculty of Arts of UNIZA will be admitted without entrance examinations.



Coordinator for students with specific needs

PhDr. Mgr. Eva Škorvagová, PhD.

Tel.: 041/513 63 79

e-mail: eva.skorvagova@fhv.uniza.sk



General information on the admission exam

Basic admission requirement

The basic condition for admission to the Master's degree (second degree study programme) is the acquisition of a first-degree university degree (Act on Higher Education No.131/2002 Coll., as amended) in the same or a related field of study. In the case of a foreign applicant or a student who has completed his/her studies abroad, he/she shall submit with his/her application for the second cycle of higher education, no later than at the time of enrolment, a decision on the recognition of the document on the completion of the first cycle of higher education by the relevant institution in the Slovak Republic.

Other admission conditions

The condition of admission to the 2nd level of higher education (Mgr.) is the completion of the 1st level of studies in the same field of study or in a study programme related in content to the study programme Media Studies and Cultural Heritage. Applicants - graduates of the Bachelor's degree programme in Media Studies and Cultural Heritage in the field of study Media and Communication Studies implemented at the Faculty of Arts of UNIZA or the Faculty of Arts of UNIZA will be admitted without entrance examinations. Graduates from other universities of the same field of study or a study programme related in content to the study programme in Media Studies and Cultural Heritage: the applicant selects three books or articles from the proposed list of literature (the list will be published by the Department of Media Studies and Cultural Heritage of the Faculty of Humanities of UNIZA on the website) and passes an oral interview. The Department of Mediamatics and Cultural Heritage of the Faculty of Humanities of UNIZA is responsible for the implementation of the entrance examination. The fulfilment of the conditions for admission to the study is evaluated by the Admissions Committee appointed by the Dean of the Faculty.

Written and oral proficiency in Slovak or Czech language is required for studying at the faculty.





Form of entrance exam

Graduates from other universities of the same field of study or a study programme related in content to the study programme Media Studies and Cultural Heritage: the applicant selects three books or articles from the proposed list of literature (the list will be published by the Department of Media Studies and Cultural Heritage of the Faculty of Humanities of UNIZA on the website) and undergoes an oral interview. The Department of Mediamatics and Cultural Heritage of the Faculty of Humanities of UNIZA is responsible for the implementation of the entrance examination. The fulfilment of the conditions for admission to the study is evaluated by the Admissions Committee appointed by the Dean of the Faculty.



Tests



  • Apply the application for study

    31.03.2023

  • Performance of the entrance exam

    20.06.2023 - 21.06.2023

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Anticipated number of applicants to be accepted
72


Additions
  • CV (electronic form)
  • verified copy of the degree for applicant of other universities (paper form)
  • photocopy of the Diploma Supplement to candidates from other universities (paper form)
  • (electronic form)


Annual tuition fees
Standard length of study: cost free
Study longer than the standard length of study program, parallel studies: 550 €

The fee for admission procedure
application form: 20 €
E-application form: 20 €

Billing information

Admission Fee:

20 € should be paid to the University of Žilina, Univerzitná 1, 010 26 Žilina, Faculty of Humanities

bank: State Treasury

account number in the form IBAN: SK52 8180 0000 0070 0026 9925

constant symbol: 0308

variable symbol: 10832 - Master's studies

Method of payment: payment can be made by bank transfer or postal order to the above account. The name of the applicant/payer should be mentioned when making the payment.

Proof of payment: Proof of payment should be sent to the faculty address along with the application form

Study Fees - as per the University Act. Information about the tuition fee for the respective academic year will be published by the University of Žilina in Žilina on its website within the set deadlines.

When paying the fee from EU member states, contracting countries of the EEA, territories that are considered to be part of the EU (Art. 299 Treaty of Rome) and countries that have voluntarily joined SEPA, use BIC: SPSRSKBAXXX, IBAN: SK52 8180 0000 0070 0026 9925.

In case of interest in more than one study programme, it is necessary to apply for each study programme separately with payment of the respective fee.

Applicants should complete the Application for Undergraduate Studies - 2nd Degree form or use the electronic form. The electronic application form can be filled in via the UNIZA website https://vzdelavanie.uniza.sk/prijimacky/index.php or the HEI portal https://prihlaskavs.sk/sk/. In the case of electronic application, it is necessary to follow the instructions given in the Electronic Application System.

If the application form is incomplete, the applicant will be asked to complete it.

In case of non-participation or failure in the admission procedure, the faculty will not refund the admission fee. If a candidate wishes to participate in the admission procedure at several faculties or programmes of the faculty of UNIZA, the application must be submitted separately for each faculty and programme with payment of the respective fee.

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