Evangelical Lutheran Theology

Prospects of graduates

Depending on effort, intrinsic motivation, communication skills, empathy, and other prerequisites, a graduate of the Evangelical Lutheran Theology program is able to exercise ministry in Protestant churches at all levels of church organization (chaplain, later pastor, senior pastor, bishop), as well as in places of specialized spiritual ministry established by churches operating in the Slovak Republic in schools (spiritual administrators), in hospitals (hospital chaplain), in prisons, in the Armed Forces of the Slovak Republic, in the Police Force of the Slovak Republic ...

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Conditions of admission

It is necessary to achieve a minimum number of 501 points out of the maximum number of 1000 in order to be admitted to the entrance exam.

Additional information

Evangelical Lutheran Theology is a course of study from the system of courses managed by the Ministry of Education of the Slovak Republic as an area of knowledge (Article 50, Paragraph 1 of the Act no. 131/2002), in which a study programme's graduate (Article 51, Paragraph 1 of the Act no. 131/2002) acquires professional competence to perform cleric service a/or prepares for a continuation of studies in the subsequent university-level (doctoral) studies. In the area of biblical studies, the study course of Evangelical Theology deals with examination of biblical texts of the Old and New Testaments, their understanding throughout the history as well as the hermeneutic theory and practice of their application to the present time. The course studies the history of church and theological thoughts over the two millennia of existence of the Christian Church. In systematic theology, it interprets the Christian doctrine and ethics in an up-to-date manner. In religionistics and philosophy it focuses on Non-Christian religions and the history of philosophical thoughts. In disciplines of practical theology the course prepares students to work practically as priests, catechists and in a diaconia. The Master level study programme has got 300 credits, including 240 credits common for all students and 60 other credits which can be gained in mandatory or elective subjects (or from another faculty which is regulated in detail by the Study and Examination Rules).

Conditions for international students

Conditions for admission of foreign students are the same as the conditions for admission of citizens of the Slovak Republic, with the exception of foreigners - self-payers and scholarship holders of the Government of the Slovak Republic, for whom the admission examination may also take the form of an admission interview.

Without entrance examinations

Conditions of admission without the entrance exam

In the event that the number of applicants for a study programme exceeds the capacity of the faculty, the selection of applicants will be based on the results of the entrance examination.
- The entrance examination for all open study programmes at the faculty has a uniform form, aimed at verifying the applicant's academic prerequisites for university studies. In some study programmes, it is supplemented by an examination on specific prerequisites for the study of the given study programme.

Coordinator for students with specific needs
  • Students with specific needs (on the basis of a professional certificate) may apply for a modified form or method of taking the entrance examination depending on the functional limitation due to the disability. They do so by written request attached to the application form, specifying the requirements for a modified entrance examination. We recommend that you consult with the faculty coordinator for work with students with specific needs before submitting your application.

Faculty Coordinator for Working with Students with Specific Needs:

Mgr. Milan Jurík, PhD.

email: jurik@fevth.uniba.sk

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 Lutheran 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 verifiedcopy of the school-leaving exam's report 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 test in Evangelical religion

language test

musical and hearing capabilities

psychodiagnostic test

  • Apply the application for study

    01.01.2024 - 31.03.2024

  • Send certificate to


  • Submit additional application form

    15.05.2024 - 25.07.2024

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Anticipated number of applicants to be accepted

  • leaving certificate (paper form)
  • CV (electronic form)

Annual tuition fees
Standard length of study: cost free
Study longer than the standard length of study program, parallel studies: 1080 €

The fee for admission procedure
application form: 40 €
E-application form: 40 €

Billing information

Bank: State Treasury


Constant Symbol:3818

Variable Symbol:39786511

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electronic application form

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Detail of the study program

The first three years of your studies could be funded by a scholarship of up to €9,000. More information

Detail of the study program


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Last update: 27.09.2023 09:19

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