Nursing

Prospects of graduates

Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program will be employed in primary, secondary and follow-up health care as nurses.



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Additional information

The Faculty of Nursing and Professional Health Studies of SMU in Bratislava reserves the right not to open bachelor and master study programmes in case of a lower number of applicants than the planned number. It also reserves the right not to open any of these study programmes for other serious reasons.



Without entrance examinations
yes

Conditions of admission without the entrance exam

- completed secondary education in the study field  of medical assistant or general nurse or higher vocational education in the study field  of registered nurse,

- active practice of the profession or as a health care assistant on fixed working hours in a health care establishment in Slovakia,

- completed and signed application form with the required attachments, including payment of the admission fee,

- a medical certificate stating that he/she meets the prescribed medical criteria for the exercise of the health profession.

The student is obliged to undergo clinical practice at accredited and designated SMU workplaces during the studies in the amount of 290 hours per each semester.



General information on the admission exam

- you must register your application electronically via the MAIS academic information system at https://mais.szu.sk/eprihlaska (Mozilla Firefox browser) and subsequently send the printed application form with the required attachments by post,

The application form must be accompanied by:

- matriculation certificate - photocopy certified by a notary or registry office,

- a brief curriculum vitae,

- doctor's medical certificate - required on the application form,

- confirmation of experience in the relevant field of study to be attached only by applicants for the external form of study,

- applicants who are graduating in the current academic year will submit their matriculation certificate (certified copy) on the day of the entrance exam,

- if the applicant wishes to apply for more than one study programme at the University, he/she must submit a separate application for each study programme separately and pay the application fee for each application separately,



Form of entrance exam

- without entrance exam



  • Apply the application for study

    28.02.2023

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Anticipated number of applicants to be accepted
60


Additions
  • leaving certificate (paper form)
  • CV (paper form)
  • medical certificate (paper form)


Annual tuition fees
Standard length of study: 550 €

The fee for admission procedure
application form: 50 €
E-application form: 50 €

Billing information

Bank: Štátna pokladnica
IBAN: SK87 8180 0000 0070 0020 0522
SWIFT/BIC: SPSRSKBA

Variable Symbol: 1002008402

- message to the beneficiary: FOaZOS - Ošx, name and surname

- the fee must be paid by bank transfer only, payment by postal order will not be accepted,

- proof of payment of the fee must be attached to the application form,

- the Faculty does not refund the admission fee.

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Detail of the study program

 
 
Chystáš sa študovať na vysokej škole na Slovensku? Teraz môžeš získať štipendium až 9 000 € počas prvých troch rokov štúdia. More information

Detail of the study program

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Last update: 10.10.2022 13:58

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