Faculty of European Studies and Regional Development

Contact

Doc. JUDr. Lucia Palšová, PhD.,
Faculty coordinator  Erasmus+
Faculty of European Studies and Regional Development
Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra
Tr.A.Hlinku 2
949 76 Nitra, Slovakia
tel. +421376415079
e-mail:Lucia.Palsova@uniag.sk

Contact person:
Ing. Veronika Dalkovičová 
Faculty of European Studies and Regional Development
Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra
Tr. A. Hlinku 2
949 76Nitra,Slovakia
tel. +421 37 641 5757 
e-mail: Veronika.Dalkovicova@uniag.sk

Study programme and list of courses taught in English

Profile of graduates:  
In accordance with the description of the field of study 3.3.5 Public Administration and Regional Development (2nd level), graduates of the study programme Regional development and Policies of the EU have the knowledge of economic theory and policy, regional economics and politics, theories of management of public administration and public sector, administrative law, methods of analysis and management of economic and social processes. Based on the obtained knowledge, graduates are able to analyze and explain the socio-economic processes in the competence of public administration and local authorities; specify, design and implement software solutions and manage each step of the creation and implementation of programmes and projects, and identify crucial problems related to the objectives of the European regional policy and other community policies, including application of adequate instruments of its implementation.

Graduates can successfully work as senior staff of departments and sections of state and local governments at the national, regional and local levels as well as professionals in the EU institutions. Furthermore, they can work in entities engaged in regional and local development (non-profit organizations, civic associations), where they are able to design and implement the development programmes and projects.

List of courses taught in English at master level:  List of Courses

Study program taught in English at master level (all courses are available in English   except for the course „Specialised practise“).

Admission procedure step by step

Master study - application deadline: June 14, 2019

International full-time/ part-time students coming to our faculty have to fulfill following requirements:

1. Application form

2. Decision on Recognition of Bachelor degree diploma

Decision on Recognition of Bachelor degree Diploma issued by:

  • a Slovak university offering study programme in equal or similar study field as the one mentioned on the Diploma
                                                             OR
  • Ministry od Education, science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic, Office for Recognition of Diplomas, Stromová 1, 813 30 Bratislava, if no Slovak university offers study programe in equal or similar study field as the one mentioned on the Diploma (Procedure of recognition)**

3) Transcript of Records or Diploma Supplement for the Bachelor level of study

4) Curriculum Vitae

5) Proof of payment of the fee for admission procedure

The fee for admission procedure is: 35 EUR (electronic application) and 40 EUR (application in paper form)

For realization of payment for a fee from abroad are required the following data:
Bank account number: 7000066247/8180
IBAN: SK 408180000000 7000066247
SWIFT code: SPSRSKBA
Name of Bank Address: Štátna pokladnica, Radlinského 32, 810 05 Bratislava
Constant symbol (KS) 0558
Variable symbol (VS) 106900
Specific symbol (SS) 106900721
Message to the recipient - name and surname study applicant (without diacritics).

  •  Date of admission procedure: July 12, 2019

Conditions for admission for academic year 2019/2020