Information and instructions for admitted students
Only those candidates who have passed a high school graduation examination may enrol in the Bachelor’s degree study programme.
You will be informed about the exact date of enrolment by mail.
For the actual enrolment, bring a certified copy of your high school graduation certificate, a valid identity card, and a pen.
Foreign nationals shall submit a certificate of education if the proof of education is issued abroad and the international treaty does not stipulate otherwise (this does not apply to citizens of the Slovak Republic). For details on the recognition of foreign education and qualifications, please see here.
A letter of acceptance to study is also a part of the enrolment process.
It is possible to authorise another person to accept the letter of acceptance to study and fulfil the enrolment process with power of attorney (does not need to be notary certified). It must be evident from the content of the power of attorney that the person is authorised to act as principal for decision-making when assuming the acceptance to study and access and enrolment keys. The authorised person must have the same documents as the applicant, with their own proof of identity. The required forms can be found in the section of Materials for applicants.
If you cannot attend the enrolment by the scheduled dates, submit an apology by e-mail no later than three days after the enrolment. In the case of enrolment to more study programmes, specify the study programme(s) in which you wish to enrol. For a detailed timetable for substitute enrolment dates, see Materials for applicants.
In order to enrol in the study programme, the applicant is required to submit a certified copy of their high school graduation certificate in the regular (July) or substitute (September) term for enrolment, no later than the last working day before the beginning of the semester. Applicants who take the high school graduation exam after a substitute enrolment date will enrol to study at the Office for Studies at the Faculty of Arts during office hours.
If, for any reason, the applicant fails to submit the required document by the specified date, that applicant cannot begin the studies in that academic year. The Faculty of Arts does not allow for a postponement of the enrolment.
At the enrolment, the applicants are informed about the details and conditions of study at the Faculty of Arts. In order to obtain this information, participation in one of the terms for enrolment is also recommended to applicants, who will be able to enrol in the study programme after the due or late enrolment date.