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Best Universities for Law Programs in Slovakia 2024

Number of institutions: 16
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    EIT RawMaterials Academy -  RaVeN offers students a unique opportunity to learn in a dynamic environment, focusing on real-life challenges. Awarded by the EIT (European Institute of Innovation and Technology), a body of the European Union, the EIT Label is a certificate of quality that is granted only to excellent educational programs at the master and doctoral level.

    • Bratislava, Slovakia

    The independent Faculty of Pharmacy of Comenius University (Slovak University at that time) was established by the government regulation which came into effect on September 1, 1952. The first dean of the University was Ľ. Krasnec and vice-dean L. Zathurecký. Since the academic year 1953–1954 the pharmaceutical programme was extended to five years. The work on construction of a new building for the Faculty of Pharmacy on Odbojárov Street begun in 1958. It was opened in 1960. During the same year the two pharmaceutical faculties in Brno and Bratislava merged and Bratislava became the residence of the only national Faculty of Pharmacy in Czechoslovakia. This was one of the most significant periods of the Faculty. Later the Faculty of Pharmacy of Charles University with its headquarters in Hradec Králové was established.

    • Bratislava, Slovakia

    The name of Comenius University in Bratislava is world-class quality. In 2019, the Faculty of Management, Comenius University is the only one in Slovakia to be awarded an excellent evaluation in the database Excellent Business School.

    • Bratislava, Slovakia

    The Faculty of Architecture and Design is part of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava as a top establishment with educational, scientific, artistic, and project activities in the field of architecture, urbanism, and design. It was founded in 1947, and since then, it is based on the most talented Slovak architects and designers.

    • Košice, Slovakia

    Founded in 1963, the Faculty of Science, has educated over 6 000 graduates of both, joint and single degree study. Currently, over 350 Bachelor’s, Masters’s, and Doctoral students graduate each year in disciplines that impact lives today and will shape our future.

    • Košice, Slovakia

    Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice ranks among important and recognized educational and scientific institutions not just in the Slovak Republic but also in advanced Europe. At present, the University consists of the Faculties of Medicine, Science, Law, Public Administration, and the Faculty of Arts. Graduates from this second oldest classical Slovak university have a good reputation both in this country and abroad. The strength of the Faculty of Arts is in its research potential which includes all four research areas (pedagogical science, humanities, social and behavioral sciences, historical and ethnographic science) as well as the corresponding flexible and extensive range of single major, double major, teaching and postdoctoral study programs. The quality of the offered study programs is supplemented by language qualification courses and soft skills courses which enhance the prospects of graduates in succeeding in the employment market. The quality indicators of the performance in education and research monitored by the Faculty of Arts of the Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice are reflected in the high-quality criteria which are required for habilitation and appointment proceedings.

    • Žilina, Slovakia

    CEITEC (the Central European Institute of Technology) is a unique research centre focusing primarily on life sciences, advanced materials and nanotechnologies. Since its establishment in 2011, CEITEC has quickly developed into a cutting-edge infrastructure for research that performs highly alongside the best institutes in Europe.

    • Nitra, Slovakia

    Constantine, the Philosopher University in Nitra, is a modern educational, scientific and artistic institution that bears the name of one of the most important personalities in Nitra and Slovakia's history – Constantine the Philosopher (St. Cyril, 827 – 869). Its mission is to develop a harmonized personality, spread knowledge, wisdom, honesty, and human creativity and contribute to the development of education, culture, and health to benefit a knowledge-based society.

    • Dubnica nad Váhom, Slovakia

    DTI University's mission is to provide, organize and supply education in accredited study programs, realize creative scientific research, and offer further education programs in the form of a wide range of courses and educational activities.

    • Košice, Slovakia

    The University of Veterinary Medicine and Pharmacy in Košice is the only institution in the Slovak Republic offering higher education in the veterinary field. It has been providing the veterinary education in English for 25 years. Nowadays

    • Žilina, Slovakia

    The University of Žilina with its sixty-five years of history belongs to one of the leading educational and scientific institutions in Slovakia. With its rich tradition, it occupies a significant place among Slovak universities. This fact is not only connected with the number of students or offers interesting and quality study programs but the university also has significant research and foreign activities.

    • Trnava, Slovakia

    The university offers an opportunity to study in these programs: German Language, Russian Language, Slovak Language and Literature, Teacher-Training Program, History, English Language, Ethnology, Psychology, Biology, Protection of the Environment, Biotechnology, Applied Informatics, Applied Chemistry, Philosophy, Radiology, Mass Media Communication, Marketing Communication, Public Politics, Management of Public Services, Political Science, Public Administration, European Studies and many others.

    • Ružomberok, Slovakia

    The Catholic University in Ruzomberok, Slovakia is a public university consisting of four faculties (Faculty of Arts and Letters, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Theology and Faculty of Health). The university provides high-quality education based on an individual approach in a modern campus.

    • Bratislava, Slovakia

    The Institute of Informatics, Slovak Academy of Sciences is the accredited external educational institution for postgraduate doctoral studies in the study program “Applied informatics” 9.2.9 (the agreement with FIIT STU). As part of the study program, students will be involved in research in the area of artificial intelligence, data science, deep learning, deep neural networks, speech recognition, natural language processing, and more. Among the other research activities of the institute belong also swarm robotics, bio-inspired optimization methods and algorithms, computer vision and signal processing.

    • Banská Bystrica, Slovakia

    Matej Bel University is a public university which achieved university status in 2010 and is a member of the European University Association. The university provides both high-quality university and further education by encouraging creative scientific and artistic research. Knowledge is advanced whilst combining the requirements of both scientific developments and practical issues.