Handbook for incoming students

Exchange Fact-Sheet 2023/2024

Erasmus+ Partner Information 2023/2024

Exchange Fact-Sheet 2022/2023

Erasmus+ Partner Information 2022/2023

Erasmus Policy Statement

Erasmus Student Charter

Erasmus Charter 2021 - 2027 


Application Documents

Every incoming exchange student must be assigned to one of our faculties at an individual study program. The student must choose one of the study programs and a minimum of 3 courses from the preferred study program.          

Shortly after the nomination, students must fill out the Application form - the link will be sent where the student also chooses the study program.

The application deadline for the winter semester is May 15.

The application deadline for the summer semester is October 31.

The list of the individual study programs can be found here.

Students must also send:

Learning agreement (OLA version accepted),

Proof of English proficiency

Students must register for courses.


Confirmation of the Language Level

The University of Economics in Bratislava offers courses mostly in the English language, therefore, it is necessary for a student to have a sufficient language level (the minimum level required is B2 level) according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages established by the Council of Europe.

The Confirmation of Foreign Language Proficiency Level B2 should be issued by the sending university based on the results of any standardized language examination, which demonstrates the required level of foreign language proficiency acquired by the incoming students, but we do not require any certificate, confirmation from your home university about the English skills, confirmed by your coordinator is sufficient. 



Each student from a non-EU country is obliged to resolve his/her visa requirements at the relevant embassy, based on a forwarded acceptance letter before the arrival to the Slovak Republic.

Here is a guide for foreigners who come to Slovakia to study --> Entry, stay and employment of foreigners in Slovakia guide to administrative duties.

*For the students from EU, being third country nationals please check the page 29 in the above-mentioned document!

Here is one more useful document for students from the Slovak Academic Information Agency (SAIA): INTERNATIONAL STUDENT´S GUIDE TO SLOVAKIA



DANIELOVÁ, Laura, Mgr.

DANIELOVÁ, Laura, Mgr.

Coordinator for Incoming students

A3.15 +421 2 6729 5680 incoming@euba.sk

Online office hours:

Tuesday: 9:00 - 11:00

Thursday: 12:00 - 14:00 

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