University of Economics, Bratislava

EUBA_logoThe University of Economics in Bratislava (UEBA) is nowadays considered one of the most important educational and scientific-research institutions in the Slovak Republic. The UEBA is a public Higher Education Institution focusing on Economics, Business, and Management.

It provides higher education in Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral programmes for full-time and part-time students. On the basis of the comprehensive accreditation of Higher Education Institutions in the Slovak Republic, which took place in the years 2008-2009 in compliance with the Act on Higher Education, the UEBA was included in the highest category of HEIs in the Slovak Republic, among “Higher Education Institutions of University Type”.

The University of Economics in Bratislava, having already confirmed and strengthened its leading position in higher education in economics and management in the Slovak Republic, will be viewed as early as the year 2015 – because of the quality demonstrated in its education, the intensity and quality of its research, the employability of its graduates in public and private sectors, the active cooperation with socio-economic practice in the course of two-way knowledge transfer, its wide and effective network of international relations, the achievement of quality brand prestige, together with the ability of making these results visible through an efficient promotion – as an excellent and dynamic university. It will be comparable with prestigious higher education institutions of a similar profile in the European Union, as well as be an institution of a high standard of social responsibility, this being reflected in its specific collaborative projects at national, European and global levels. The University will not only belong among the most attractive centers of higher education in the Slovak Republic, but also among those sought-after educational institutions regarding international academic staff and student mobility.

Scholarship for 100 international students (deadline 30.6.2024)