answers to the most popular questions
Slovakia is located in Central Europe – one of the safest and politically stable parts of the world. We have prepared a selection of quality study programs, all of which are accredited and conducted in English, which means that the achieved degree is recognized in the EU and USA. The programs are distinguished by affordable tuition fees, starting from 2,500 Eur/year. An additional advantage of studying in Slovakia is in low living and study costs if compared to the USA, United Kingdom, or Australia. All foreigners who reside in Slovakia can move freely within 26 European Schengen countries, bee it for studies, work or travel.
Study programmes in Medicine, Dental Medicine, and Pharmacy require entrance exams. The exams take place in English, at the chosen educational institution, and consist of assignments in Chemistry and Biology. Applicants will have the opportunity to prepare for exams in advance.
For more information on the entrance exams for specific studies please contact a 2TM consultant.
There are no entrance exams for Business Administration study programmes.
While our Europen study programs are thought in English, students will be interacting with other students, sometimes professors or patients – if they study medicine or pharmacy – in their native language. Some universities offer language classes as a part of the Curriculum or additional courses that students can attend.
Applicants whose mother tongue is English do not need to present the English language proficiency certificate.
These certificates are also not required for admission to entrance exams of study programmes Medicine, Dental Medicine, and Pharmacy which 2TM currently offers. If the applicant understands all questions during the entrance exam and passes it successfully, it is concluded that their knowledge of English is adequate.
To enroll in Business study programmes, you have to present the TOEFL certificate, issued not more than two years ago. Applicants can obtain the TOEFL/IELTS certificate in their home country or take the exam at the Business college in Slovakia.
On average, student living costs in Slovakia range from 400 to 600 Eur per month, including accommodation, utilities, food, and transport costs.
Yes, full-time international students can officially work in Slovakia up to 20 hours a week.
By the legislation of Slovakia, students from third countries staying in Slovakia need to apply for a temporary residence permit for the purpose of the study.
As a student, you have access to a wide range of student organizations, special programs, and student discounts and deals offered throughout the country. Using these resources you will be able to quickly adapt in the new environment.
Yes. After graduation in Slovakia, you can stay to live and work in the country. It is easier to find a job for foreign citizens with a Slovak diploma because special work permits are not required.
With the acquired degree, you can also get a job anywhere in Europe and the world.
Slovakia is world-famous as a skiing destination. Slovak mountains are also ideal for hiking, shorter strolls and river rafting adventures. You can join a sports club – some of the most popular sports in Slovakia are ice hockey, football (soccer), basketball, handball, volleyball, and water polo.
The country holds over 50 museums nationwide and in the summer there is a range of music and culture festivals taking place.
With us you always find the right study program, the complete bureaucracy is handled exclusively by us – we relieve you of all application, enrollment, and residency documentation procedures, so you are able to dedicate your time to finish the school and enjoy the summer before your move to Slovakia. You save time and money since you get all the information in one place and come to Slovakia only at the beginning of your studies.
Please contact our experts to receive a personal consultation…