A graduate of the first cycle of the law degree programme takes all the essential legal disciplines of the national legal order, and these have a significant theoretical basis. He/she shall have a knowledge of European Union law with substantial links to the national legal order. Can think analytically and solve problems of practice at a solid level.

In practical terms, he is applicable: in carrying out preparatory work within the judiciary, as a practitioner in public administration, in corporate law, legal management and NGO law. The graduate is able to prepare normative legal acts and issue individual administrative acts within the framework of decision-making activities in public administration, and to deal with private non-litigious relations of natural and legal persons, including business entities.

The graduate of the 1st degree law study programme is able to think analytically and synthetically in all legal branches of the national legal order, which make up the legal system, with a deep and lasting theoretical, philosophical and ethical foundation and the basics of foreign legal terminology. Through a system of elective courses and compulsory electives, he can complete his specialisation in particular branches of law, while clinical subjects will bring him even closer to practice during his studies.

Structure of courses

Mandatory subjects

The structure of compulsory courses is chosen so that the student acquires theoretical knowledge of law and becomes familiar with all legal branches of the Slovak legal order and learns to apply them in practice, while the teaching of individual positive-legal disciplines begins from the first year.

Mandatory electives

The basic building block of the structure of the compulsory elective courses is the teaching of professional legal terminology, the stylistics of professional legal texts and their translation, while students may choose to study English, German or French.

Acquired skills in a professional foreign language is an irreplaceable comparative advantage of our graduates and allows them to study not only individual subjects in a foreign language but also the entire study programme in a foreign language in the future.

In addition, compulsory elective courses developing subjects focused on administrative law are included as an alternative: Cultural and Social Administration, Health Law, Administration of Administrative and Political Affairs, Economic Administration, Land Law, Construction Law.


Electives develop the student's studies and allow him/her to tailor his/her studies to his/her interests and preferences. In addition to law subjects, physical culture subjects are also included among the electives, and thus, in addition to developing the spirit, our students can also exercise their bodies in the newly renovated gymnasium.

Prospects of graduates

Bachelor's degree graduates

- Judicial authorities (courts, prosecutor's office): carrying out preparatory work within judicial authorities

- Public administration (state administration and local government): professional employee in public administration

- Non-public sector: professional staff in law, legal management and NGO law


After completing the follow-up Master's degree, the graduate may (subject to other legal conditions) pursue the professions of judge, prosecutor, advocate, bailiff, notary public and other professions, functions and positions in the public administration and private sector that require a second degree in law.

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Conditions of admission

The candidate has an adequate general overview of social science, history and logical thinking.

Complete secondary education is considered as demonstrating the necessary minimum level of fulfilment of the other admission requirements under B.1 (i.e. without an entrance examination).

Additional information

By submitting the application, the applicant acknowledges the conditions for graduation, that he/she is able to study the study programme, that he/she is proficient in the Slovak language and one of the following languages at least at the B2 level of the European Framework of Reference: English, German, French

Conditions for international students

The Comenius University in Bratislava, Faculty of Law, does not cooperate with any intermediary agency or intermediary in the admission procedure.

Equivalence of secondary school studies completed abroad.

Without entrance examinations

Conditions of admission without the entrance exam

Evaluation at the admissions is performed according to the three year-end school reports from the last three years of secondary school, the school leaving certificate, six profiling subjects and achieved placements (as an individual participant or within a competition collective) in secondary school competitions during the entire secondary school study. Secondary school Olympiads, secondary school scholar activities are taken into regards.

The maximum number of points for each school report with the average of 1.00 is 120 points. For a school leaving certificate with an average of 1.00 the maximum number of points is 60. For the average of 1.00 from six profiling subjects in each of the three year-end school reports a maximum of 25 points may be gained, i.e. in total 75 points. The averages from year-end school reports are calculated from the subjects indicated in the school reports as mandatory and optional subjects. The averages from profiling subjects are calculated from the subjects indicated in the school reports as mandatory subjects.

In the total of points from three year-end school reports, the school leaving certificate and profile subjects a maximum of 495 points may be reached. The points for successful placement in the above mentioned competitions are added to these points.

 The tables with point evaluation of the averages of school reports, profiling subjects and point evaluation of secondary school competitions constitute Annex No. 1. (

Coordinator for students with specific needs

Prof. JUDr. Margita Prokeinová, PhD.

telephone +421 2 9012 2006


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Annual tuition fees
Standard length of study: cost free
Study longer than the standard length of study program, parallel studies: 2700 €

The fee for admission procedure
application form: 70 €
E-application form: 70 €

Billing information

Form: wire transfer to account

Recipient: Faculty of Law, Šafárikovo nám. 6,

P.O. Box 313, 810 00 Bratislava 1.

Account: SK89 8180 0000 0070 0013 5302

Bank: State Treasury,

variable symbol: 104 001 0003

specific symbol: 23xxxxx(xxxxx is the serial number of the application)

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Payment should be made based on the details of the payment order generated through the e-application system after the application has been submitted.

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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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