Evangelical Theology Focusing on Social Assistance

Prospects of graduates

Absolvent bakalárskeho študijného programu bude môcť prevziať zodpovednosť za vedenie diakonického strediska zborovej diakonie s viacerými úlohami ambulantnej, opatrovateľskej služby, či terénnej služby. V rámci stacionárnych služieb bude pripravený na odborný výkon a po niekoľkých rokoch praxe aj na vedenie zariadení v starostlivosti o deti, o starších spoluobčanov, ľudí s postihnutiami, ktoré boli zriadené cirkvami, alebo inými zriaďovateľmi v rámci siete štátnych a neštátnych sociálnych zariadení.

Absolvent študijného programu evanjelická teológia so zameraním na sociálnu pomoc získa praktické schopnosti: 

• prevziať zodpovednosť za vedenie zborovej diakonie s viacerými úlohami ambulantnej, opatrovateľskej služby, či terénnej služby.

• v rámci stacionárnych služieb bude pripravený na odborný výkon a po niekoľkých rokoch praxe aj na vedenie zariadení v starostlivosti o deti, o starších spoluobčanov, ľudí s postihnutiami, ktoré boli zriadené cirkvami, alebo inými zriaďovateľmi v rámci siete štátnych a neštátnych sociálnych zariadení.

• viesť pastorálne poradenstvo v prostredí protestantských cirkví

• vykonávať misijnú a misijno-sociálnu prácu

• pôsobiť ako animátor voľného času

• v rámci práce s klientom pracovať ako terénny pracovník a rodinný poradca pre sociálnu problematiku, prácu s mládežou, starými a bezvládnymi a ostatnými ľuďmi odkázanými na pomoc .



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Conditions od admission

The basic condition of admission is the accomplishment of entire secondary education or entire secondary professional education. If an applicant has applied for and meets the conditions for acceptance to both study programmes, she or he will be accepted to the programme applied for with a higher priority. A condition of admission of an applicant is to pass the entrance exam successfully, unless the applicant is accepted without an entrance exam. An applicant can achieve a maximum total score of 880 points for the entrance exam. The minimum score for acceptance is 441 points.



Additional information

The study of Evangelical Theology Focusing on Social Assistance at the EBF UK as a Bachelor level study programme under the "Evangelical Theology" course of study is a new opportunity to obtain theologically justified and socially engaged education at the EBF UK. This general objective is achieved through the acquisition of knowledge in this study programme which offers a programme compiled from selected disciplines of the specialisation of "Evangelical Theology" and pedagogical disciplines, special pedagogical disciplines and the disciplines of social service. In this way the basic theological expertise provided by the EBF UK in its course of "Evangelical Theology" is applied in the area of social care. Simultaneously, there is a professional communication of the Evangelical theology with specialisations which tackle the understanding and management of social crises in which citizens find themselves in from various individual and society-related reasons. These objectives are achieved through the studies of selected courses of Evangelical theology so that these disciplines can be attended together with students of other study programmes of the EBF UK within the recommended organisation of the credit-based studies. As far as the disciplines connected with the area of general and special pedagogy and social services and consultancy are concerned, these courses based on lectures and seminars are attended by students at the EBF UK under the supervision of teachers of the Comenius University's Faculties who are the experts in these areas.



Conditions for international students

Those applicants who took their school-leaving exams at foreign secondary schools, bilingual secondary schools and any other educational institutions and who do not submit their school-leaving report according to the Ministry of Education's Decree no. 510/2004 as amended, particularly the Ministry of Education's Methodological Guidelines no. 9/2006-R (percents and success rate in a written test) for graduation in the external part of the A level and in profiled subjects, must request themselves and on time the relevant authorities (Ministry of Education, National Pedagogical Institute, school director) for recognition of documents, or an equivalent transfer, or interpretative conversion of data on the school-leaving report and submit the document along with a verified copy of the school-leaving report no later than September 2nd, 2010th. The minimum set of data required on such official certificate is the identification of the school-leaving exam's subject (English/German/French language, Slovak language, Mathematics) and the specification of the level (A or B) of the the percentage of success rate of the exam/test. Failure to deliver the documents or delivery of incompatible documents will result in zero assessment of the particular subject. Own (unofficial) transcriptions, explanations and supplements not verified officially will not be taken into account.

If an applicant cannot take part in the entrance exam in the regular term due to serious health-related reasons, she or he can request the Dean within 7 days from the regular date for taking the exam on an additional date.. The Dean can also determine an additional date of entrance exam for foreign applicants.



No entrance examinations
yes

Conditions of admission without the entrance exam

Those applicants who graduated from secondary schools and took their school-leaving exams in the external part of the school-leaving exam in two profiled subjects (Slovak and English, German of French language or Religious Education) in the A level and have achieved a better average percentage in the aforesaid subjects in the external part than 80 %, or in the B level and have achieved a better percentage in the aforesaid subjects than 90 %, will be included in the admission procedure for all study programmes as the first group (with no entrance exams). Those applicants who took their school-leaving exams in two profiled subjects (Slovak and English, German of French language or Religious Education) in the external part of the school-leaving exam in the A level and have achieved a better average percentage in the aforesaid subjects in the external part than 80 %, or in the B level and have achieved a better percentage in the aforesaid subjects than 90%, will be included in the admission procedure for all study programmes as the second group (with entrance exams). Since before 2008 the external part of the school-leaving exam in Slovak was not to be taken, the internal part of the school-leaving exam in the Slovak language taken by some applicants before 2008 will be recognised in a reasonable manner according to the procedure in paragraph (2) as the external part of the school-leaving exam.

Applicants interested in studying the Bachelor level of study programmes who took the school-leaving exams before 2005 and have had no possibility to take the school-leaving exams in the external part of the exam are eligible for study if they took the school-leaving profiled subjects as indicated: the Slovak language and the English, German or French language or Religious Education. The applicants will be evaluated in the profiled subjects in such manner as if they took the A-level external part of the school-leaving exam in these subjects. Their evaluation will be derived from the average results of students registered for a study programme and the school-leaving exam's assessment grade of "excellent" will be assigned an average assessment within the first quartile of the registered students, the school-leaving exam's assessment grade of "very good" will be assigned an average assessment within the second quartile of the registered students, the school-leaving exam's assessment grade of "good" will be assigned an average assessment within the third quartile of the registered students and the school-leaving exam's assessment grade of "sufficient" will be assigned an average assessment within the fourth quartile of the registered students who took their school-leaving exam in the external part.



Coordinator for students with specific needs

Assistant Lecturer Mgr. Jozef Benka, PhD.



General information on the admission exam

An applicant can apply for a maximum of three study programmes in one application form. In the application form, the applicant must list the priority of the study programmes as well as the form of study. If an applicant meets the conditions for acceptance to both study programmes, she or he will be accepted to the programme applied for with a higher priority. The applicant must state in the application form all school-leaving subjects applied for as well as the level of the external part of the school-leaving exam (A, B or C) selected by the applicant. The applicant must indicate in the application form that she or he applies for the 1st (Bachelor ) level of university studies (teaching programmes and social assistance) or for joint studies in the programme of Evangelical Theology.

An ordered list will be compiled from the applicants included in the admission procedure according to the results of the external part of the school-leaving exam and the criteria provided in paragraph (2). The score limit for acceptance will be determined by the admission procedure 's committee. When including applicants among the accepted ones the order of interest in study programmes in the application is taken into consideration.

Applicants who took the external part of the school-leaving exam in both A-level profiled subjects (first group) will be accepted preferentially. If their number if greater than the planned number of accepted students, only such number of applicants will be accepted according to the order of success which is agreed as the number of accepted students. In case the number of students is smaller, applicants from the second group will be accepted according to the order of success until the planned number of accepted students is reached.

When compiling the order in the second group, those applicants will be preferred who have taken the school-leaving exam at least in one A-level profiled subject in the external part to those applicants who took the school-leaving exam in levels B and C in two profiled subjects.

An applicant who fails to submit a verified copy of the school leaving exam certificate on time due to reasons attributable to another party (such as a delay in issuance of the school-leaving exam's report) must inform the Dean about this fact in a due time and request an additional deadline for submission of documents, but not later than September 2nd, 2010.



Form of entrance exam

written



Tests

written test in Evangelical religion

language test

psychodiagnostic test



  • Apply the application for study

    01.01.2019 - 29.03.2019

  • Performance of the entrance exam

    17.06.2019 - 17.06.2019

  • Submit additional application form

    01.06.2019 - 26.07.2019

  • Performance of the additional entrance exam

    28.08.2019

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Anticipated number of students to be accepted
10


Obligatory addenda
  • leaving certificate (paper form)
  • kópia o zaplatení poplatku za prijímacie pohovory (paper form)


Annual tuition fees
Standard length of study: cost free
Study longer than the standard length of study program, parallel studies: 660 €

The fee for admission procedure
application form: 55 €
E-application form: 55 €

Billing information

Bank:State Treasury

Account:7000084613/8180

Constant Symbol:3818

Variable Symbol:39786511

Please indicate in the message for the recipient: prijimacky (and the applicant's name)

electronic application form

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Detail of the study program

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Last update: 06.09.2018 09:00

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