Institution: Comenius University
Faculty: Faculty of social sciences and economical sciences UK
Mode of Application: Online
Application deadline: first-round end of March, second-round end of August
Start date: winter semester, September
Course Duration: 3 Years for Bachelor program / 2 years for Master program
Qualification: BSc (Bc – Bakalár) / Mgr. (Magister – Master)
Mode of delivery: on campus
Study type: taught, Full time.
Fees, cost, and funding: 3000€ for Bachelor studies,
Admission requirements for Bachelor students:
High school leaving certificate, Proof of English (otherwise they need to pass SCIO test), Transcript of records, proof of payment of application fee, application form
Curriculum for Bachelor studies: https://fses.uniba.sk/fileadmin/fsev/studium/dokumenty/studijne_plany/stud._plany_2020_2021/novy_PP1-en_studijny_plan_20-21_v2.pdf
Admission requirements for Master students:
transcript of records from Bachelor studies, Bachelor degree, copy of passport, application form, language certificate
Curriculum for Master studies: https://fses.uniba.sk/fileadmin/fsev/studium/dokumenty/studijne_plany/stud._plany_2020_2021/novy_mPP1_studijny_plan_20-21_v2.pdf
Admission fee for international students 40 € for Bachelor students,
Language: Slovak and English
The entrance examination is not required. Students will be admitted based on documents they submitted to the Faculty.
Course Details for Bachelor studies
Both social work and psychology are fields that equip others with the necessary tools to help themselves. Social work and psychology are oriented towards the same outcome: recognizing and treating mental illness, and empowering individuals to improve their own lives. The aim of the bachelor’s study is to develop the concept of social work as an applied academic discipline, support the ability to think professionally and critically, understand the problem, analyse and implement theoretical models directly into practice, to acquire the skills of professional social work, as well as to develop the personality potential of students.
Course details of Master studies
Course Details: Education of social workers on the first and second levels of university studies is based on three pillars:
- Theory (social work, basics of psychology, sociology, philosophy, law, economy and methodology of sciences etc.)
- Training in social skills (perception self and others, conflict resolution, social work with individual and with the social group, management skills)
- Professional practice (in different areas of social work practice)
The aim of the master’s study is to encourage, prepare and develop the scientific, research, political and management concept of social work, implement the theoretical knowledge in social practice, increase professional and personal potential of students for competent performance in the social field.