The University of Economics in Bratislava (EUBA) currently represents the biggest university in Slovakia which provides complex and integral education in economic and management study programmes at all levels of study.

"Since its establishment, the university's aim is to be the centre of the economic education and knowledge in Slovakia. The education that is currently in high demand and that has a long tradition at the university since 1940."

The EUBA provides education in study programmes at the first level of study (bachelor), in study programmes at the second level of study (master´s), and in study programmes at the third level of study (doctoral study). All study programmes, including 10 study programmes which can be studied in English language, are accredited and guaranteed by internal teachers of the university. They are compatible with study programmes of similar universities in Europe. This fact had also been confirmed by the results of international evaluation conducted by the European University Association, the member of which is the EUBA as well.

As of 2021, EUBA ranks among the 6 percent of schools in the world with a focus on economics study programs that have received the prestigious AACSB accreditation. It is thus the first Slovak university, the first within the former Czechoslovakia and the third university within the V4 countries to receive this accreditation.

The university also pursues extensive international cooperation with more than 230 universities and colleges in the world and actively involves its teachers into scientific and research activities.

The university offers students the opportunity to obtain a double degree in study programs taught in English (Nottingham Trent University in Great Britain, NIDA University in Bangkok in Thailand, VŠE in Prague, Ningbo University in Ningbo in China, University of Latvia in Riga in Latvia, University of the National and World Economy in Sofia, Bulgaria, Vadym Hetman Kyiv National University of Economics in Ukraine, University of Pavia in Italy, University of Strasbourg in France, University of Würzburg-Schweinfurt in Germany, University of Coimbra in Portugal), but also a joint diploma in program taught in the Slovak language with the Faculty of Law of the Comenius University in Bratislava.

In the field of education, the EUBA aims to provide high-quality economic education particularly in engineering and doctoral study. This determines the university's managing, but primarily content capacity in drafting forms and types of education, improving the qualification and performance of pedagogical staff and application of modern teaching and study methods for students. In accordance with these aims, the university's management also adjusts and builds its organizational structure, i.e. faculties and workplaces in the new structure of fields of study and study programmes.