Bachelor in European Studies and Politics

General

Program Description

The program is focused on political science, economics, international and European law, international relations, European integration, and Slovak internal and foreign affairs in the European Union.

It provides courses in public policy, foreign and security policy, migration policy, European electoral systems, European neighborhood policy, and other themes.

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Faculty of Social Sciences

The Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Saints Cyril and Methodius in Trnava is one of the largest educational providers of study programs in Slovakia, offering a wide range of courses in the field of social sciences focused on the development of scientific knowledge and practical skills of students and employees working in national and global environment.

The faculty is fully equipped with modern technology providing students with comfort while studying at the faculty.

Students at the faculty have a rich student life. Every year they can participate in several interesting professional, cultural and sports events. Students can go abroad within the exchange program Erasmus + or participate in other events organized at the faculty.

The faculty is proud of its successful graduates. Over the period of its existence, many successful graduates work in different positions in government or self-government administration where they can apply the knowledge and experience that they had gained during their studies at the faculty.

Tuition fee

2.500 €/academic year

More information: PhDr. Edita Poórová, PhD. edita.poorova@ucm.sk

Last updated Dec 2019

About the School

The university offers an opportunity to study in these programs: German Language, Russian Language, Slovak Language and Literature, Teacher-Training Program, History, English Language, Ethnology, Psyc ... Read More

The university offers an opportunity to study in these programs: German Language, Russian Language, Slovak Language and Literature, Teacher-Training Program, History, English Language, Ethnology, Psychology, Biology, Protection of the Environment, Biotechnology, Applied Informatics, Applied Chemistry, Philosophy, Radiology, Mass Media Communication, Marketing Communication, Public Politics, Management of Public Services, Political Science, Public Administration, European Studies and many others. Read less