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International students

This web page should guide you through whole process from accepting to arriving, from your first to the last moment as an ERASMUS+ student.

We work hard to collect all necessary pieces of information which we find could be helpful for you.

So please search the page a find out more.

We hope you will enjoy your period in Slovakia not only as international student but also as full member of our student society and you will come back home with many unforgetable and beautiful memories, new friendships and experiences.


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Student Guide


Mobility Programs

Our faculty is involved in European students' mobility programs since 2001, i. e. only three years after its establishment. Implementation of such program is necessarily connected with adaptation of faculty's curricula to the latest development and progress as well as to the latest requirements on alternative and innovative education which corresponds to needs of civic society. To support and develop students' mobility, the faculty has adopted the ECTS System. The faculty has also adopted its educational system in order that corresponds to quality and quantity of knowledge the students are taught on other law faculties accross the Europe. The faculty is open to all students coming from other countries, regardless their national or ethnic origin, race, sex, religion or confession, health handicap, financial status, political preference, age or sexual orientation. The faculty encourages its teachers in their initiative to open new foreign language courses. Within the recent years the faculty has considerably improved educational activities in foreign languages.


Courses in Foreign Languages (academic year 2016/2017)

Erasmus+ student can choose from subjects either for winter or summer term (no matter which semester they stay at the faculty) – the actual opening of the course from summer term in winter term and vice versa depends on
(i) actual interest of students in specific course (number of student who apply to study it)
(ii) agreement of teacher who helds the course.

List of courses