"Business Economics and Management" (BEM) is the English equivalent of the study programme "Ekonomika a manažment podniku" (in the Slovak language). From the academic year 2005/2006, this programme is taught in English with full accreditation according to Slovak Law.
The graduate of the Bachelor programme “Business Economics and Management” is able to make use of the acquired knowledge in economics, quantitative methods, law, management and marketing. Their knowledge is extended in business planning, production management, international trade, financial analysis and entrepreneurship in small and medium-sized enterprises. They are also trained to get skills in professional communication in English and practical skills in information technology.
The graduates are also able to solve intermediate problems in calculations, budgets, planning and organizing of business processes. They have knowledge of basic managerial relations in business functions and a solid base to apply their knowledge, especially in small and medium-sized businesses.
Please, fill in the appropriate application form, sign it and enclose following documents:
- curriculum vitae
- payment of admission fee and document of payment
- photocopy of passport and
Applicants from EU countries:
- secondary school leaving certificate (for the study of Bachelor - first degree) or Certificate of Bachelor degree (for the study of Master - second degree) translated into English - notarized copy
Applicants from countries outside EU:
- secondary school leaving certificate (for the study of Bachelor - first degree) or Certificate of Bachelor degree (for the study of Master - second degree) TRANSLATED to English and SUPERLEGALIZED - it means confirmed by Ministry of education, Ministry of Foreign affairs, Ministry of Justice and Slovak Embassy.
For applicants from the countries that have ratified the Convention on Demand of Higher Authorisation of Public Records Cancellation applicable in the Slovak Republic, one special certificate (apostille) granted by the competent authority will be sufficient for approval of the education certificate plausibility.
Please, send all documents by:
MARCH 31, 2017
Application form with all necessary documents has to be sent by post to the following address:
Faculty of Economics, Matej Bel University
975 90 Banská Bystrica
contact person: Diana Hiadlovská - email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The admission requirements apply equally to all Bachelor study programmes of the Faculty of Economics of Matej Bel University.
The basic condition required by law is the completion of the secondary education. Another requirement of the Faculty for full-time study is passing the entrance exam.
The entrance exam consists of written tests in one foreign language, mathematics and the basics of economics. The foreign language can be chosen from English, French, German, Russian or Spanish. The maximum score in each of the tests is 60 points, and for grade point average from secondary school, 20 points.
The candidates will be admitted to study in accordance with the ranking of their total scores until the planned capacity of individual study programmes in individual forms of study is fulfilled.
The entrance exam can be replaced by the test of General Academic Prerequisites (GAP) – the candidate can be admitted to the study at the Faculty of Economics in the case of having reached a percentile of 50 and higher. The GAP test can be taken within the National Comparative Exams provided by the Scio assessment centre at several places in Slovakia and the Czech Republic in six different dates during the academic year 2015/2016. The test can be taken more than once and the best result will be counted.
The applicants for part-time study will be admitted to study without an entrance exam.
In case the number of applicants exceeds the planned number for admission, the Dean of the Faculty has the right to decide to admit the students according to their grade point average from secondary school.
The Dean can exempt from the entrance exam the applicants who had previously passed the entrance exam, and had been admitted and enrolled in the study and were expelled from the study.
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