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„Dobrý deň!“ * * means „Good afternoon“ in the Slovak language „Dobrý deň!“ * * means „Good afternoon“ in the Slovak language

Slovak Academic Association For International Cooperation • Non-governmental association (members are Slovak higher education Slovak Academic Association For International Cooperation • Non-governmental association (members are Slovak higher education institutions) • Support and Coordination of International Cooperation of Slovak universities • Information, consulting and advisory services about international educational programmes (LLP, Tempus, Erasmus Mundus and other EU programmes and projects) • Publish information materials and promote Slovak education abroad.

Where can you find Slovakia? In the heart of Europe Where can you find Slovakia? In the heart of Europe

Take a closer view Poland Germany Ukraine Czech Republic Austria Hungary Slovenia Romania Croatia Take a closer view Poland Germany Ukraine Czech Republic Austria Hungary Slovenia Romania Croatia Bulgaria Slovakia

Some facts on Slovakia Establishment: January 1 st, 1993 (former part of Czecho-slovakia) State Some facts on Slovakia Establishment: January 1 st, 1993 (former part of Czecho-slovakia) State organisation: Republic Political system: Parliamentary democracy Official language: Slovak Capital city: Bratislava Area: 49, 035 km 2 Population: 5. 4 million Population density: 109/km 2

. . . more facts Ethnicity of the population: Slovak (85. 8%), Hungarian (9. . . . more facts Ethnicity of the population: Slovak (85. 8%), Hungarian (9. 7%), Romany (1. 7%), Czech (0. 8%), Ruthenians, Ukrainian, Russian, German, Polish and others (2%) Population by religion: Roman Catholic (68. 9%), Evangelical Lutheran (6. 9%), Greek Catholic (4. 1%), Reform Christian (2%), Orthodox (0, 09%)Jewish (0, 04%), without denomination (13. 7%) Currency: Slovak crown (1 EUR = 33, 4 SKK) Climate: continental character with warm summers and cold winters

Take a walk in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia Take a walk in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia

Take a deep breath in High Tatras, the picturesque mountains Take a deep breath in High Tatras, the picturesque mountains

The overview of Higher Education Institutions in the Slovak Republic • 20 public HEIs The overview of Higher Education Institutions in the Slovak Republic • 20 public HEIs (mainly state budget) – in all regional capitals Bratislava, Trnava, Nitra, Trenčín, Žilina, B. Bystrica, Prešov, Košice) • 10 private HEIs (mainly own financial means) • 3 state HEIs (mainly state budget) Until today – all public HEIs – university type At present – new law under the preparation – 3 types: university, HEI, professional HEI

Choose the field of the study Choose the field of the study

Bologna process in the Slovak Republic Slovakia is among the first countries which signed Bologna process in the Slovak Republic Slovakia is among the first countries which signed the Bologna declaration – today 46 countries signed Implementation of BP Legislative changes: Act on HE introduced 3 cycle system in 2002 (it was already declared before the Bologna declaration) Separate decree introduced the credit system in 2002 Starting academic year 2005/2006 all new study programmes have to follow the new legislation completely (3 cycle and credits)

System of Higher Education According the Higher Education Act adapted in April 2002 : System of Higher Education According the Higher Education Act adapted in April 2002 : 3 -cycle system of HE: • Bachelor – 3 -4 years (180 -240 credits) • Master- 1, 5 -2 years (90 – 120 credits) • Ph. D study- 3 years (180 credits) Starting 2005/2006 – long-cycle study programmes have been phased out (there are exceptions – theology, medicine, veterinary medicine, pharmacy) New study programmes – according to the new legislation

System of Higher Education ECTS – starting 2002 the credit system has been implemented System of Higher Education ECTS – starting 2002 the credit system has been implemented (for both transfer and accumulation purposes)and the information packages issued by all HEIs starting the academic year 2005/2006 as obligatory at all 3 levels. ECTS – academic year/2 semesters/60 credits Diploma supplement – to be introduced for the graduates starting to study in 2005/2006 Recognition – individual study/Erasmus mobility diplomas/ NARIC

System of Higher Education Accreditation & Evaluation Accreditation Commission (state body) – gives the System of Higher Education Accreditation & Evaluation Accreditation Commission (state body) – gives the opinion on ability of the HEI to carry out: • the study programmes, change of the field of study Ph. D study programmes; • habilitation procedures and nomination of the professors; • classification of the HEIs (e. g. research university); • complex accreditation of HEIs (every 6 years).

System of Higher Education External evaluation Accreditation Commission – using internal evaluation processes, peer System of Higher Education External evaluation Accreditation Commission – using internal evaluation processes, peer reviews Project of the Institutional evaluation of the HEIs: all 20 public HEIs, 2 state and 1 private HEI participate in the cooperation with EUA: 1. Quality of HE as the priority of the Slovak HEIs; 2. Creation of the system of QE/separation of the accreditation; 3. Institutional evaluation and self-evaluation.

Internationalization of Slovak Higher Education 1990 – change of the HEIs position & new Internationalization of Slovak Higher Education 1990 – change of the HEIs position & new possibilities opened to the Western countries Tempus – support to the development of HE multilateral cooperation projects; 1998 - Socrates/Erasmus new dimension /not only outgoing students but incoming (very low amounts, after 2004 rapidly increased bilateral agreements – with all EU, EFTA and candidate countries; 2007 - Life-long learning Programme/Erasmus, Comenius, Grundtvig, Jean Monet;

Internationalization of Slovak Higher Education TEMPUS -EU countries with 3 regions - former countries Internationalization of Slovak Higher Education TEMPUS -EU countries with 3 regions - former countries of Ud. SSR, West Balkan and Mediterian coast countries, Erasmus Mundus – joint masters courses of EU countries – individual scholarships for all 3 rd countries (students and scholars) EM - External Cooperation window – projects and mobility with 3 rd countries HEIs EU – USA, Canada, Australia, Japan Asia. Link, Alban, ALFA (South Amerika) CEEPUS, bilateral programmes (AT, DAAD, Norway),

What will the students need? Admission to Higher Education Institutions • secondary school leaving What will the students need? Admission to Higher Education Institutions • secondary school leaving certificate • demonstration of skills required for the appropriate study in HEI Entrance examination • depending on field of study • mainly written (tests) • talent examination (art universities)

Useful links • www. saaic. sk • www. eurydice. sk • www. saia. sk Useful links • www. saaic. sk • www. eurydice. sk • www. saia. sk • www. srk (Rectors conference) • www. slovakia. sk • www. tatry. sk

Thank you for your attention! Contact: Viera Farkašová Head of Unit of Academic programmes Thank you for your attention! Contact: Viera Farkašová Head of Unit of Academic programmes and projects SAAIC, Stare grunty 52, Bratislava e-mail: viera. [email protected] sk T: +421 2 654 12 336