Comenius University in Bratislava is the oldest university in the Slovak Republic. It was founded on June 27th, 1919 and follows the university tradition of the Academia Istropolitana which was established in Bratislava by Matthias Corvinus, the Hungarian King, in 1465.
Comenius University is a research institution that runs hundreds of domestic and international research projects. As a result, many of the students engage in important research during their studies and can actively participate in projects, grants, and professional internships (including abroad).
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Studio apartments consisting of 2 triple rooms
About 18% are twin rooms (you cannot reserve a twin room in advance)
All rooms are non-smoking and single sex
Comenius University Academic Library (CU AL) is a central scientific and information workplace focusing on information support of research and education at the Comenius University in Bratislava. Academic Library provides library, information, bibliographic, documentation, retrieval and other services for its users (mostly students, teaching staff and academic community).
When enrolling for an ERASMUS mobility students have to provide evidence of a health insurance policy.
EU students have to travel to Slovakia with your European Health Insurance Card (E111 card). This card will facilitate access to health care during your study stay in Slovakia. Students should request your Card from their home country's health service before you leave.
The Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Comenius University offers Erasmus+ students possibility to rent various sport facilities (tennis court, basketball court, beach volleyball court, mini-football field, football pitch) with discount prices (column „cena pre Školy“).
I studied at Mathematical Department. Student:Teacher ratio is around 30:1, which is quite good. Quality is high but really demanding. Sadly, people are usally lone wolves here at the Department.
My current university is not the best but still doing well. The courses are not really taken seriously unless the important ones. Some teachers doesn’t really care to teach so we usually have to go and self learn ourselves...
My experience was splendid
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