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The admission procedure begins for the applicant by submitting his/her written application or online application http://is.uniag.sk/prihlaska/?lang=en for study at FEM. The application should be delivered in the time period determined by the faculty.
All applicants intending to study English language based study programmes are required to show their ability to understand and express themselves in both written and spoken English, is sufficiently high for them to derive full benefit from their study.
The criteria for admission to the programme are as follows:
The applicant should hold a valid UK/Slovak Bachelor's degree or equivalent qualification. UK bachelor degree with first or upper second class honours, or the overseas equivalent, in the field of economics or similar disciplines. When assessing your academic record, we take into account your grade average, position in class, references and the standing of the institution where you studied your qualification.
If the applicant’s entry qualification is from a non-UK or non-Slovak institution, the equivalent qualification will be assessed by the study office prior to acceptance.
For those whose first language is not English, English language proficiency test will be required as a part of the application. At the time of the application if the applicant cannot provide the required English language test results, the student office will accept the application on conditional language test result, which the applicants should provide prior to commencement of their studies.
A number of English language tests are accepted from EU and Foreign students. Please contact the study office for further details at
For students who need to improve their English language skills, the Faculty's department of Languages provides a range of pre-sessional (before your degree begins) and in-sessional (during your degree) courses.
The decision of the admission procedure will be informed to the applicants in writing within 30 days from verification of fulfilment of conditions for admission.
The applicants having received a decision on non-admission to study at the faculty, may request an appeal. The request is presented to the higher authorities having issued the decision, in a time period of eight days from its delivery.
For further inquiries regarding admission procedure and appeal procedures please contact the study office using the contact us.