Krízový manažment

Graduates of the bachelor's degree study programme Crisis Management are qualified experts of state administration and self-government, legal entities of production and non-production character operating in the field of crisis management. By acquiring a wide range of theoretical and practical knowledge, they find employment in lower functions of crisis management. They have mastered basic managerial activities related to the management and leadership of individuals and work teams. They have mastered the basic means of prevention, technologies and methods of solving crisis phenomena and eliminating their negative consequences. They are able to perform tasks in crisis management departments of public administration bodies and production enterprises in the field of civil protection of the population, defence and internal security and order in regions, in the environment, or in other bodies and organisations involved in crisis resolution.



Prospects of graduates

The study is aimed at the university training of experts who can be employed in public administration, enterprises and companies in the analysis of risks and possible crisis situations, their monitoring, in the preparation of documents for crisis planning, in the processing of crisis plans and in crisis management. Graduates are educated in the relevant economic, technical and social sciences and their applications. They can be employed in positions in the fields of national defence, civil protection of the population, protection of public order and others.



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Conditions of admission

The basic condition for admission to the Bachelor's degree (first degree programme) is the acquisition of a complete secondary education

or complete secondary vocational education (Act on Higher Education No.131/2002 Coll., as amended).

In the case of a foreign applicant, or a student who has completed secondary education abroad, this education is comparable to the education completed by the matriculation examination in the Slovak Republic. An applicant who has obtained secondary education abroad shall submit a decision on the recognition of the document on the completion of secondary education by the relevant institution in the Slovak Republic with the application for university studies, or at the latest at the time of enrolment in the studies.



Additional information

Applicants who do not meet the admission requirements without an entrance exam will take written tests in general knowledge. The general knowledge test verifies the basic prerequisites and competences that a student needs for successful university studies.

The test includes a quantitative part (simple mathematical word problems, analytical and logical thinking, reasoning, inference), a linguistic part (the ability to analyse the linguistic resources of the Slovak language in terms of their grammatical, lexical and stylistic properties, meaning and form in the vocabulary), and a general social overview (orientation to current domestic and foreign events).

Applicants will be admitted on the basis of the results of the admission procedure in order of total points achieved until the planned capacity is filled. The final decision on the outcome of the admission procedure will be determined by the Dean of FBI UNIZA on the basis of the proposal of the Faculty Admissions Committee. The Dean is responsible for supplementing the number of admitted applicants for study programmes in the 1st year of Bachelor's studies to the expected number of applicants who fulfilled the conditions for admission in another Bachelor's study programme, but were not admitted due to the capacity of the originally chosen study programme being full.

In selected bachelor study programmes, a second round of admissions will be organised in case of vacancies. The list of bachelor study programmes for the second round of admission, the deadline for submitting the application form and the date of the admission procedure will be published by 20.6.2022. The admission conditions and the form of the admission procedure for bachelor study are the same as for the first round of admission.



Conditions for international students

For foreign applicants, the admission conditions apply as for applicants from the Slovak Republic. Foreign students studying in a language other than the national language pay tuition fees according to the conditions set out in Section 92(8) of the Higher Education Act. The tuition fee is set by a UNIZA directive and published for the relevant academic year on the University's website.

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. Applicants who do not have an active knowledge of Slovak or Czech are required to successfully complete language training (with the possibility of completing it at UNIZA). For foreign applicants admitted on the basis of interstate agreements, bilateral agreements 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

No entrance exam

a) Applicants from grammar schools who have achieved an arithmetic average of grades on the end-of-year report card for the penultimate year of studies (not the final year of studies) up to and including 1.7 will be admitted,

(b) applicants from vocational secondary schools, associated schools and academies who have achieved an arithmetical average of marks in the final year of studies (other than the final year of studies) up to and including 1.5 will be admitted,

(c) Applicants will be admitted who have taken the NPS General Studies or Mathematics SCIO tests in the current school year and have achieved a percentile score of at least 60,

(c) Applicants who have completed the NPS General Studies or Mathematics SCIO tests in the current school year and have achieved a percentile score of at least 60,

d) secondary school graduates who have been successful in Olympiads, SOČs or international and national competitions related to the content of the study programme during their secondary school studies and have placed up to 5th place will be admitted.

To be admitted without an entrance examination, it is sufficient to fulfil one of the conditions mentioned above in points a) to d). The other candidates will take the entrance examination.



Coordinator for students with specific needs

Mgr. Valéria Moricová, PhD.

Tel.: 041/513 67 31

e-mail: valeria.moricova@fbi.uniza.sk



General information on the admission exam

One application is sufficient for studying at the bachelor's degree at FBI UNIZA, indicating the sequence of study programmes according to the applicant's interest. In case of interest in both forms of study (full-time and part-time), two applications including two admission fees are required.

Applicants should complete the Application for Undergraduate Studies - 1st 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 University portal https://prihlaskavs.sk/sk/.

Even in case of electronic application, it is necessary to print the application form, sign it, attach the required attachments and proof of fee payment and send it by post to the address FBI UNIZA, Ul. 1. mája 32, 010 26 Žilina by the specified deadlines.

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 more than one faculty of UNIZA, the application must be submitted separately to each faculty with payment of the appropriate fee.

Admission fee:

20 € should be paid to the following address: University of Žilina, Univerzitná 1, 010 26 Žilina

bank: State Treasury

account number in the form IBAN: SK30 8180 0000 0070 0026 9933

constant symbol: 0308

variable symbol: 10931 - bachelor studies

Method of payment: Payment can be made by bank transfer or postal order to the above

account.

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

For fee payments from EU member states, EEA contracting states, territories considered part of the EU (Article 299 Treaty of Rome)

and countries that have voluntarily joined SEPA, the BIC: SPSRSKBAXXX, IBAN: SK30 8180 0000 0070 0026 9933 should be used.



Form of entrance exam

written



Tests

general knowledge



  • Apply the application for study

    31.03.2024

  • Performance of the entrance exam

    12.06.2024 - 12.06.2024

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Anticipated number of applicants to be accepted
15


Additions
  • CV (paper form, electronic form)
  • (paper form, electronic form)
  • (paper form, electronic form)


Annual tuition fees
Standard length of study: 800 €

The fee for admission procedure
application form: 30 €
E-application form: 30 €

Billing information

University of Žilina, Univerzitná 1, 010 26 Žilina

Bank: State Treasury

account number in the form IBAN: SK30 8180 0000 0070 0026 9933

constant symbol: 0308

variable symbol: 10931 - bachelor studies

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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: 26.09.2023 17:03

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