Faculty of Management Comenius University in Bratislava


The Faculty of Management offers a bachelor study programme, a master study programme, and a PhD study programme accredited in the English language. The study programme Management is a generally focused university education in the field of economics, business management and business administration.

The Faculty of Management is the only faculty in Slovakia ranked in the Eduniversal Ranking, the annual ranking of business schools and universities, with an evaluation as Excellent Business School.

Important information
Bachelor: 1st round 31.03.2021, 2nd round 31.05.2021
The tuition fee for one academic year for students in the English programme is 1,990 €. The standard length of study is three years for full-time study.
Master: 1st round 31.05.2021, 2nd round 31.07.2021
The tuition fee for one academic year is 2,490 €. The standard length of study is two years for full-time study.
• The entrance exam is oral and consists of a motivational interview in the English language. It will be performed through a videoconference call with the Admission Committee within the dates announced after the end of each round of applications. The whole process will take place remotely without the need to travel for the admission procedure.

The faculty’s most significant advantage over other universities is the intensive orientation to the connection with practice. Experts from practice directly participate in the teaching process and involve students in various activities and model situations in companies. These activities focus primarily on developing the creative abilities, flexibility, and adaptability of its students and graduates. Within the study field of management, the emphasis is based on analytical-synthetic techniques, communication skills and abilities and new trends in management theory and practice.

There are many other opportunities for students to develop their specific skills during their studies. In addition to participating in various research tasks, they can become members of a large number of student associations and clubs. They also have multiple schemes at their disposal, such as the Erasmus+ programme, which supports students’ mobility and appetite for something new and enriches their knowledge. Of all the faculties in Slovakia, FMCU sends abroad and at the same time welcomes the most students every semester.

Graduates of the faculty find employment in domestic, foreign, multinational companies, consulting firms, the public sector, and other institutions. The acquired knowledge and skills create an essential competitive advantage for them to fill attractive positions and are reflected in their career growth. Many of them hold crucial managerial practice positions, are well-known personalities in the banking and financial spheres, or work successfully at universities.

All teachers have international or practical experience.
The study is provided in small international groups with students from all over the world, ensuring graduates are ready to work in an international environment.
We provide an individual approach suitable for our students. In the English study programme, students have their study advisor.
We work with potential employers. Several companies host classes as visiting lecturers through their representatives or business specialists. They also offer internships and positions that our students commonly use.
Interconnections with potential employers, business leaders, entrepreneurs, and successful managers help students in their decisions concerning issues during their studies and in their career paths and prospects.

This article was created with the help of the Faculty of Management, Comenius University in Bratislava

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