Bachelor Degrees in Slovakia

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With a history in higher education dating back to the foundation of the Universitas Istropolitana in 1465, Slovakia offers a rich and diverse academic experience for Bachelor students. Institutions of higher education are divided into two categories: universities and colleges, some of which are public, some funded by the state, and still others are private. Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Engineering are some of the subclasses of the Bc diploma that students receive upon successful completion of the first stage of university.

Bachelor degree programs in Slovakia last for approximately three to four years, depending on the area of study, the student, elective courses and the school. Electrical Engineering, Architecture and Urban Design, Automation and Process Control of Raw Materials, Applied Informatics, Telecommunications, Civil Engineering, Biotechnology and Food Technology are just some of the various Bachelor programs offered by universities and colleges in Slovakia.

If you think a Bachelor degree might be the next step on your path toward a rewarding career, then why not scroll down and read more about the featured universities and colleges in Slovakia, listed below?

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Bachelor Program in Political Science

Bratislava International School Of Liberal Arts
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Slovakia Bratislava

All of our students graduate with a degree in Political Science, with concentrations in either International Relations, Central European Studies, or Political Thought. BISLA is also flexible in providing directed studies for students with specific interests and offers a range of extracurricular non-credited courses free of charge (e.g. foreign languages, presentation and argumentation skills, etc.) [+]

Bachelors in Slovakia 2017. Key facts Study Program: Liberal Arts Study Field: Political Science Granted Academic Title: BA (Bahcelor) Location: Bratislava, Slovakia Mode of study:Full-time Duration: 3 years full-time All of our students graduate with a degree in Political Science, with concentrations in either International Relations, Central European Studies, or Political Thought. BISLA is also flexible in providing directed studies for students with specific interests and offers a range of extracurricular non-credited courses free of charge (e.g. foreign languages, presentation and argumentation skills, etc.) Form of Study We emphasize frequent, conscientious contact between students and teachers as well as weekly writing assignments, all while reading scholarly literature and the classics of political philosophy like Plato, Hobbes, Locke, Marx, and Arendt. A typical seminar consists of 7–10 students. All courses are taught in English. A basic knowledge of English is sufficient for any applicant to qualify for our study program as BISLA has excellent training in academic English. After Graduation BISLA students acquire skills and knowledge that enable them to apply for positions in the private sector, public administration, media and non-governmental organizations. Our alumni choose from the broadest range of subjects for graduate studies, such as: International Security 
European Studies
 European Integration 
Political Science 
Public Policy 
International Relations
 Life Sciences Economy and Society in Eastern Asia 
Gender Studies 
Media
 Addiction Studies
 Philosophy 
Drama Studies Our alumni have studied at 17 universities and faculties, almost half of them abroad at insititutions like the London School of Economics, the University of Groningen in the Netherlands, Central European University in Budapest, and the University of Chicago. Beyond the Classroom Every BISLA student does an internship over the course of their studies. Students organize extracurricular activities for themselves, such as journals, theatre and sports club, etc. Each semester, 5–6 students spend a semester abroad in places like London, Tilburg, Maastricht, Hong Kong, St. Petersburg, and Vermont, USA. Tuiton fee EU residents: Tuition for the academic year 2016/2017 is 900 EUR per semester, 1800 for the academic year for the students from the European Union. Third country nationals: Tuition fee for non-EU residents is 4,000 EUR per semester. [-]

Bachelor of Business, Economics and Management

Matej Bel University
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Slovakia Banská Bystrica

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. [+]

"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. Application Form 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 study of Bachelor - first degree) or Certificate of Bachelor degree (for study of Master - second degree) translated to english - notarized copy Applicants from countries outside EU: - secondary school leaving certificate (for study of Bachelor - first degree) or Certificate of Bachelor degree (for study of Master - second degree) TRANSLATED to english and SUPERLEGALIZED - it means comfirmed 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 Appliaction form with all necessary documents has to be send by post to the following address: Faculty of Economics, Matej Bel University Diana Hiadlovská Study department Tajovského 10 975 90 Banská Bystrica Slovakia contact person: Diana Hiadlovská - email: diana.hiadlovska@umb.sk [-]

Bachelor in Automated Electrical Systems

Technical University of Košice, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Campus Full time September 2017 Slovakia Košice

The education at this study programme is focused on the field of electromechanical, electrohydraulic and other systems controlled by computer. [+]

Bachelors in Slovakia 2017. Bachelor in Automated Electrical Systems Guarantor of the study programme: prof. Ing. Daniela Perduková, PhD. Supervising department: DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND MECHATRONICS Head of the department: prof. Ing. Daniela Perduková, PhD., address: KEM FEI TU, Letná 9/B, 042 00 Košice PROFESSIONAL PROFILE OF GRADUATE The education at this study programme is focused on the field of electromechanical, electrohydraulic and other systems controlled by computer. They are characterized by the movement control of their parts and the energetic interactions, the transformations of the various forms of energy focused on the subsystems of information transfer, control and regulation, which are based on the microprocessor control in the real time. The graduates have a possibility to specialize for the field of automobile technology choosing the optional courses. Besides the basic disciplines of natural science, the graduate gains the skills: from the work with information technology, the knowledge related to the programming techniques and the programmes for computer designs of systems, related to the control systems and the microcomputer control, related to the mechanics in a way that he understands how the mechanical subsystem works, he knows how to describe the working modes and how to work in a team of specialists from the various professions, related to electronics, actuators, sensors and automatic systems control, related to economic, social and legal sciences, which provide the knowledge about entrepreneurship, organization, management and language skills. The graduate is able: to design the parts of the electromechanical systems, to control the electromechanical systems and to implement them in industry, to analyse and to solve the problems connected with design and service of control systems in automobile industry. Graduate employment The graduate can find an employment in the various sectors of the industry – everywhere, where are used the systems of driving and automatization technology, mostly: in providing the operation of modern electromechanical, electrohydraulic and other systems, especially continual production systems and finishing lines, in modernizing the operations with the electromechanical system and applying the new control systems, in the companies engaged in the construction of machinery, equipment, devices and production of their parts, in assaying, service and development of these systems and complexes, in automobile industry in designing and servicing the electronic control and diagnostic systems of automobiles. The good basic knowledge from natural sciences and informatics enable to graduate easy and fast adaptation for the employment in the related fields. The graduate of the study programme has preconditions for continuing the engineer studies in the study programme the Electrical Engineering or in the related fields at FEI TU of Košice or at other technical universities. Laboratories of Department of Electrical Engineering and Mechatronics Laboratory of Industrial Automatization Laboratory of Power Electronics Laboratory of Simulation Systems Laboratory of Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems Laboratory of Research Projects of European Union Laboratory of Electric Devices and Applied Electronics Laboratory of General Electronical Engineering Laboratory of Automobile Electronical Engineering Laboratory of Electric Drives Laboratory of Electric Machines Laboratory of Regulated Drives Cooperation with the foreign universities Montanuniversität, Leoben, Austria Technická univerzita, Liberec, Czech Republic Vysoké učení technické, Brno, Czech Republic VŠB – Technická univerzita, Ostrava, Czech Republic Západočeská univerzita, Plzeň, Czech Republic INPLENSEM Nancy, France Budapesti Müszaki és Gazdaságtudományi Egyetem, Hungary Miskolci Egyetem, Miskolc, Hungary Technische Universiteit, Delft, Netherlands Sveučiliště u Zagrebu, Croatia Universitatea din Oradea, Romania Univerza v Mariboru, Slovenia Major courses of study programme: Department of Electrical engineering and Mechatronics (Katedra elektrotechniky a mechatroniky - KEM) provides the education in the field of electrical engineering and mechatronics systems. The department is a workplace with the longest tradition at the faculty and with many contacts with the industrial practice. The scientific-pedagogical staff has 19 members including 6 professors, 6 senior lecturers, 5 lecturers and 2 researchers. Scientific and research orientation of department: The power equipment for the renewable energy sources, The design and the optimization of the special electric machines, The electric drive control by the methods of artificial intelligence, The electro-mechatronic systems control in industry, The application of the programmable logic controller for the industrial systems control, The robotic systems control and their propulsion, The automobile electronics, The modelling and the simulation of the electro-mechatronic systems. International projects of the department: The excursions of the students to the companies in the foreign countries (Austria, Germany). The mobilities of the students organized under the CEEPUS projects: the universities in Maribor (Slovenia), Delft (Netherlands), and Leoben (Austria). The organization of the important scientific conference Electrical Drives and Power Electronics (in the close cooperation with the university in Zagreb) with two-year interval, alternately in Slovakia and in Croatia. [-]

Bachelor in Informatics

Technical University of Košice, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Campus Full time September 2017 Slovakia Košice

The graduate gets the first university degree in study branch the Informatics focused on the architecture of computers, the database and information systems, the program applications in networks, the technology in the program systems and the creation of the documentation for the information systems. [+]

Bachelor in Informatics Contact address for more information: Dean's office FEI TU of Košice, Letná 9/A, 042 00 Košice Guarantor of the study programme: prof. Ing. Ján Kollár, CSc. Supervising department: DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTERS AND INFORMATICS Head of the department: doc. Ing. Jaroslav Porubän, PhD., address: KPI FEI TU, Letná 9/B, 042 00 Košice PROFESSIONAL PROFILE OF GRADUATE The graduate gets the first university degree in study branch the Informatics focused on the architecture of computers, the database and information systems, the program applications in networks, the technology in the program systems and the creation of the documentation for the information systems. The graduate will have a knowledge about building the computers, the methodology of the creation of the complex program systems, the unconventional approach to programming, the circle of life of the software systems and the specific basis of analysis, the design and the implementation of the complex systems. The graduate will be conscious of the social, moral, legal and economic connections of his profession. The graduate will be prepared to continue his studies at the second degree of the several study programmes, for example Informatics, Software Engineering, Computer Engineering, Information systems, Artificial Intelligence or related study programmes and after that continue at Doctorand studies, or he can enter immediately the labour market. Graduate employment The graduate of the Bachelor study programme the Informatics can find an employment in all organizations engaged in the development of the software and hardware systems or their distribution. He can find an employment as a programmer, a programmer of the database and information systems, a designer of the internet applications or as an advisor for applying the software products in the organizations engaged in other fields which are using the information systems only for their applications. The graduate of the study programme the Informatics can work independently on the various tasks from the application sphere. He can also cooperate with the informatics engineers and apply his knowledge while working in team on the complex systems. The graduates of the first degree of the study programme the Informatics will have good prospects for finding an employment in the various sectors of industry, education system, public and also private sector, banking, transport, health care, ecology etc. They can implement, expand, alter and localize, install and maintain the systems of the computer and information technology. Laboratories of Department of Computers and Informatics Laboratory of Informatics and Computer Languages Laboratory of Software Engineering Laboratory of Information Systems Laboratory of Computer Architectures and Security Laboratory of Intelligent Interface of Communication and Information Systems (LIRKIS) Cooperation with the foreign universities FIT VUT Brno, Czech Republic Frauhofer Institute for Open Communication System (FOKUS), Berlin, Germany VŠB – Technická univerzita Ostrava, Czech Republic ZČU Plzeň, Czech Republic International Solomon University Kiev, Ukraine Politecnico di Milano Dipartimento di Electronica, Milano, Italy Uzhgorod National University, Ukraine ISTASE, Universite de Saint-Etienne, France FEE University of Oradea, Romania Technical University of Budapest, Hungary The National University of T. Schevchenko, Kiev, Ukraine Technical University of Vienna, Austria University of Maribor, Slovene Republic University of Malaga, Spain Instituto Politechnico de Braganca, Portugal More information about the Department of Computers and Informatics FEI TUKE and the actualities at the web page of the department. Major courses of study programme: Department of Computers and Informatics (Katedra počítačov a informatiky - KPI) is a key workplace of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics providing the education and the research activities in the field of informatics. The scientific-pedagogical staff has 31 members including 4 professors, 9 senior lecturers and 18 lecturers. Scientific and research orientation of Department of Computer and Informatics: The new programming paradigms and their interaction The correctness of the programs and the semantics of the programming languages The aspect-orientated approach to the specification and the implementation of the software systems The design of the information system and the advanced database technologies The computer graphics and the systems of the virtual reality The multi-agent systems and the distributed systems with the use of the mobile agents The computer systems and the networks The formal specifications of the discrete systems and the methodology of the time-critical systems analysis The design theory of the specialized computer architectures MMD including the parallel computers controlled by the data-flow The systems of the open and distance education and their infrastructure The students take a part actively in the scientific research activities writing their seminar papers and final thesis. [-]

Bachelor in Automobile Electronics

Technical University of Košice, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Campus Full time September 2017 Slovakia Košice

The graduate of the Bachelor study programme the Automobile Electronics gains the basic knowledge from the theoretical base of the study branch, i.e. from the field of mathematics, physics, electrical engineering, informatics, computers and programming. [+]

Bachelors in Slovakia 2017. Bachelor in Automobile Electronics Guarantor of the study programme: prof. Ing. Alena Pietriková, CSc. Supervising department: DEPARTMENT OF TECHNOLOGIES IN ELECTRONICS Head of the department: prof. Ing. Alena Pietriková, CSc., KTE FEI TU, Park Komenského 2, 043 89 Košice PROFESSIONAL PROFILE OF GRADUATE The graduate of the Bachelor study programme the Automobile Electronics gains the basic knowledge from the theoretical base of the study branch, i.e. from the field of mathematics, physics, electrical engineering, informatics, computers and programming. In the next part of the studies, the student gains the knowledge from the basic disciplines of the study branch focused on basic skills and knowledge from the field of the electronics, the theory of signals and the electronic circuits, the modern methods of the processing and the transmission of the signals and the transmission medias. The student also gains skills and knowledge from the field of the electronics systems for the automobile industry, their design and construction, mostly notification, optical, mobile and satellite info-electronic systems. The graduate also gains skills and knowledge in using informatics within the study branch, the skills within the laboratory work and the diagnostics of electronic control systems in automobiles. Besides that, the graduate gains legal, economic and management knowledge and language skills from the field of the technical terminology of the study branch. The graduate gains the ability to specialize and to adapt according to the requirements of the automobile industry for info-electronic systems, electronic control systems and diagnostic systems. In the end of the studies, the graduate gains the ability to specialize and he has preconditions for the continuous education. Continuing at engineer study programmes The graduate of the Bachelor study programme the Automobile Electronics can, after the graduation, continue to study the engineer study programmes, for example Multimedia Telecommunication, Info-electronics, Advances Materials and Technologies in Automobile Electronics and other related study programmes. Graduate employment The graduate of the Bachelor study programme the Automobile Electronics can find an employment as a high-qualified operations engineer in a car manufacturer, for example in production and animation of the automobile electronic systems or in provisioning the operation of the production lines and their minor adjustments. The graduate can find an employment as a technician in the auto services and the companies engaged in the production of the electrical engineering and electronic components for automobiles. The graduate becomes a qualified skilled worker for the field of automobile electronics. The graduate gains skills and knowledge from the field of design and operation of modern electronic systems for the various fields of auto-electronics, audio and video electronics and other electronic masmedias, microelectronics, optoelectronics, sensor systems, instrumentation, safety electronics, radio-communications including mobile systems which he can use in the elite electronic and private companies as: a qualified worker for operation and design of auto-electronic systems, a qualified worker for adoption of modern electronic applications, a qualified worker for the field of management and marketing in the field of auto-electronics, a qualified worker for the field of education in the field of auto-electronics. Laboratories of Department of Technologies in Electronics Laboratory of Printed Circuit Boards Production Laboratory of Thick Film Sensors Production Laboratory of Multi-chip Modules Production Laboratory of Design Systems (LNS) Laboratory of Assembly Technologies in Electronics Cooperation with foreign universities Technical University Ilmeneau, Germany University Calabria, Italy University SANNIO Benevento, Italy Technical University Budapest, Hungary UPC Barcelona, Spain University Saint Etienne, France ČVUT Praha, VUT Brno, Czech Republic Alcatel SEL Stuttgart, Germany Siemens Vienna, Austria Medav GmbH Germany, Germany Major courses of study programme: Department of Technologies in Electronics (Katedra technológií v elektronike - KTE) in cooperation with Department of Electronics and Multimedia Communications (Katedra elektroniky a multimediálnych telekomunikácií - KEMT) The core of the education at the Department of Technologies in Electronics (KTE) are the research activities in the field of material research based on application of the modern experimental methods and the use of computer technologies. The departments guarantee and provide the education in the field of the production technologies for the field of auto-electronics, electrical engineering technologies and materials at Bachelor, Engineer and Doctor and studies. The staff has 23 members including 5 professors, 4 senior lecturers and 14 lecturers who take a part in providing the education. Scientific and research orientation of department: The production processes in electronics. The standard and polymeric thick film technologies. The research and the development of the multifunctional microsystems and the hybrid sensors. The assembly and the interconnecting technologies in electronics. The materials and the technologies of the printed circuit boards. The multi-layer modules on the basis of the ceramics LTCC. The quality and the reliability of electronics systems. The scientific and research activities of the Department of Technologies in Electronics reflect into the work on home and international projects. The students often take a part in these projects writing their seminar papers, Bachelor thesis and Diploma thesis. The majority of the special courses of the study programme is performed in a form of practical work on the particular assignments in the laboratories of the department. The departments also create preconditions for the foreign mobilities for the students by means of the bilateral projects in cooperation with the universities and the institutions (TU Dresden, Óbuda University Budapest, ČVUT Praha). [-]

Bachelor's Degree in Fashion and Marketing

MOD'SPE Paris Central Europe
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Slovakia Bratislava

Our Fashion product manager program is intended for students with an education on the level of school-leaving exams. It prepares powerful professionals in marketing, business administration and purchasing in fashion branches. MOD'SPE Paris Central Europe is preparing students for positions like product manager, purchaser, head of development, collection manager, business marketing, organizer of distribution networks, etc… [+]

Our Fashion product manager program is intended for students with an education on the level of school-leaving exams. It prepares powerful professionals in marketing, business administration and purchasing in fashion branches. MOD'SPE Paris Central Europe is preparing students for positions like product manager, purchaser, head of development, collection manager, business marketing, organizer of distribution networks, community manager, trafic manager, web product manager, etc… Throughout this program, you will be placed in a professional situations especially via management of marketing research or development of a collection but also through regular exchange with professionals from fashion industry. The study program “Fashion Product Manager” is recorded in the French National Register of Professional Certificates (RNCP) level II (school-leaving exams BAC+3) on the basis of a ministerial ordinance published in the bulletin Journal Officiel from 27 August 2013. Examples of professions for this course Product Manager Fashion Collection Manager Fashion and Product Merchandiser Web Product Manager Fashion Buyer Objectives of the 1st year The first year of the Fashion Product Manager study program enables the spreading of knowledge and technical skills in the field of fashion products and to connect them with other fashion products (perfumes, cosmetic products…) and also to enrol as a student-professional into managing of a specific project in real life conditions. Program of the 1st year in detail FASHION CULTURE & PRODUCT SPECIALIZATION FASHION MARKETING GENERAL UNITS APPLYING SKILLS IN A PROFESSIONAL SITUATION Objectives of the 2nd year The second year of the study is likewise intended for students with a school-leaving exam BAC+3 years of post-graduate study who demonstrates that they have the necessary foundations. A fashion product manager, as the main collection manager, is involved in all phases of its development. During this year, through a module of professional life, the entire process of a collection runs from end-to-end – from market research, through strategic directing, preparing a plan for the collection, organization of production, logistics and operation marketing – and you are considered to be the actual product manager throughout. Program of the 2nd year in detail APPLYING SKILLS IN A PROFESSIONAL SITUATION FASHION CULTURE AND PRODUCT SPECIALIZATION FASHION MARKETING SALES & DISTRIBUTION GENERAL UNITS Objectives of the 3rd year This year of course will help you to increase knowledge and technical skills in the position of professional student managing a project in real life conditions. Fully-fledged orchestrator of a collection, Product Manager is involved in all stages of its development. This is what will be finalized during this year through the module of placement in professional situation, collection process: from the market analysis to strategic direction, collection plan development, through production organization and logistics and operational marketing, the student is reaching the level of real Product Manager. Program of the 3rd year in detail FASHION CULTURE AND PRODUCT SPECIALIZATION FASHION MARKETING SALES & DISTRIBUTION APPLYING SKILLS IN A PROFESSIONAL SITUATION Professional experiences Application in practice and professional experience are the main points of study at MOD´SPE Paris Central Europe. Professional practice lasts from 2 to 6 months, according to the year in which you study. The school employment office is in close contact with businesses of this sector and helps students search for suitable practice. Conditions of admission The progamm Fashion Product Manager can be integrated by: Candidates at the minimum endorsed school-leaving exams, level BAC+2 (L2, L3, BTS, DUT or Professional Licence) specialised in marketing, management, commerce, arts and textiles or design-modelling. Other training profiles may be selected depending on candidate motivation. Candidates at the endorsed level BAC+3 specialised in fashion. Fluency in English language is required Admission to the MOD´SPE Paris Central Europe program “Fashion Product Manager” takes place in two phases: review of the candidate application, then written English test if needed and a motivational interviewing. Recruiting sessions dates for EU candidates: – 2 February, 2017 – 28 March, 2017 – 20 June, 2017 For individual assignment upon request during the whole year. For non EU students we advise to apply before 15 April, 2017 because of the 3 month visa procedures. School fees Tuition fees are set at 8.250 Euros per year for the candidates from the EU and at 10.700 Euros for the non-EU candidates. This amount is split into 2 due dates. The 2 school fees cheques are requested at the registration. For the direct admissions in 2nd year of Fashion Product Manager program, the cost of schooling is set at 9.350 Euros for the candidates from the EU* and at 12.200 Euros for the non-EU candidates. This amount is split into 2 due dates. The 2 school fees cheques are requested at the registration. If the application is accepted, payment of the registration fee is requested as its administrative confirmation. This payment is repaid only when cancellation of the application on grounds of the force majeur or in case of failing to earn diploma allowing admission to the MOD´SPE Paris Central Europe. In all cases, an evidence will be required. After the program At the end of this diploma training (RNCP certification level II), you can continue your studies within the MOD’SPE Paris by specializing in: Fashion Products Development Director [-]