The program is based on the three main areas of study that include mathematics, mathematical structures, and mathematical computation. The elective courses enable students to expand their knowledge in the area of field and to gain knowledge through the use of laboratories and field research. Our graduates will get an understanding of the fundamental areas in modern math.1 Students who complete the program often pursue careers in basic and applied areas of environmental research as well as in nuclear energy (dosimetry), hydrological and meteorological services as well as public health institutions, government administrations or private companies at home and abroad. They will be taught how to tackle problems by using results and methods in various fields of computer science and mathematics.1
The tuition fee is EUR1,500 for the academic year. The theoretical knowledge they acquire will be complemented by an ability to create mathematical models and apply this knowledge to other fields of science (physics, biology, chemistry and electrical engineering, civil engineering and economics). European Studies (Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences) Furthermore our graduates will develop the ability to think critically and logically as well as the ability to learn new information and build upon it.1
Degree: Masters (Mgr.) The majority of graduates find jobs at universities for basic research, applied research in industry or academia as well as in software companies and in the financial industry. Usual time of use: 2 years. They can be employed wherever there is a need develop and apply mathematical models, and to apply them to find and answer relevant issues arising from applications, to develop technological solutions and make informed choices.1
About the program: Master program focused on European studies is the perfect option for those who are interested in foreign policy, as well as research that is interdisciplinary in social and political science. Our top graduates usually pursue their careers in doctoral programs in Slovak as well as foreign institutions.1 Theoretical knowledge is not the only start of the journey; the program is usually focused at the improvement of the critical mind. Fee for tuition: EUR1,500 per academic year.
Another crucial skill is the students’ ability to connect events, facts and concepts. Nuclear as well as Subnuclear Physics (Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics) The graduates of the program may be employed in international organizations (Council of Europe, OSCE, NATO), EU institutions, national institutions, regional associations, think tanks and NGOs, as well as public administration and research centers, as well as international corporations or as part of academia and in research.1 Degree: Masters (Mgr.) The tuition fee is EUR2,500 per academic year. Usual time of use: 2 years.
Legal (Faculty of Law) About the program The programe trains highly skilled experts to conduct research in subnuclear and nuclear Physics, dosimetry within nuclear power plants, radiohygiene environmental radioactivity control, as well as medical applications of Ionising radiation.1 Degree: Masters (Mgr.) Fee for tuition: 1,500 EUR per academic year. Usual time of use: 2 years. Optics, Lasers, and Optical Spectrum (Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, Physics and Informatics) About the program The two-year course is primarily focused in European Union law and international law. Degree: Masters (Mgr.) The Master’s degree is designed to encourage an innovative approach to legal education that is that is in line with international laws, mostly Western European models, laying an emphasis on the development of practical skills through the practice of instruction and moot court.1 Usual time of use: 2 years. Students will be able to think critically and in a synthetic way about every legal area with a philosophical, theoretic and ethical basis.
About the program: Lasers and Optical Spectroscopy are the basis of many areas of modern technology, in particular by advancing the fields of telecommunications optoelectronics, optoelectronics, microelect nanotechnology.1 The graduates will also be prepared to use their knowledge in a practical manner, particularly in multinational law offices and multinational business corporations. international non-governmental and government organizations, and central government authorities. Students will be exposed in ultra-sensitive optic spectrum (CRDS, CEAS and LIBS) that spans from the vacuum ultraviolet to the near-IR region.1 Students who complete the program receive a full Master Degree in Laws that permits them to be admitted to any of the chambers for professional lawyers that are located in Slovakia or to practise any legal profession. Our graduates are in an the ideal position to research in the fields of analysis of the trace element, radioactive compounds, and molecules in the environment, the fields of criminology, medicine and civil defence, as well as the detection of explosives, drugs and drugs and.1 Fee for tuition: EUR3,500/year.
The foundation of the program is comprised of subjects that focus on laser physics, optical spectroscopy, as well as the applications of the knowledge gained in other disciplines of science. The Management (Faculty of Management) The skills and knowledge gained will allow the student to use their research skills in institutes, universities, International Laser Centre and other research centers in the United States as well as abroad.1 Degree: Masters (Mgr.) The knowledge gained from working with domestic and international projects throughout the course of study allows students to join inter-disciplinary teams for basic research and applied research. Usual time span: 2 years. The study program is working in conjunction with The International Laser Centre in Bratislava as well as the Institute of Physics of the Slovak Academy of Sciences.1 The program’s description This two-year course students pick one of the study areas that include a set of compulsory elective topics, which allows them to expand their knowledge of a particular management field and become more ready for the demands of the workplace. Our international recognition of our work offers students with the opportunity to apply for internships as well as further studies at the Universities in Dijon, Lille, Strasbourg, Grenoble, Marseille, Brussels, Linz, Prague and many more.1
Tuition fees: EUR2,490 for the academic year. Fee for tuition: EUR1,500/year. Mathematical Sciences (Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics) Physics of the Earth (Faculty of Mathematics, Physics, and Informatics) Degree: Masters (Mgr.) Degree: Masters (Mgr.) Usual time span: 2 years. Usual time of use: 2 years.1 About the program The goal of the Master’s Degree programme for students studying Mathematics is to produce specialists with specialization within their specific scientific discipline and a greater understanding of related applied fields. About the program The unique International Joint Master Study Programme is offered in collaboration in conjunction with University of Vienna (UW).1
While the program was designed as a follow-up to the Bachelor’s degree program that is offered in Mathematics located at Comenius University, it is open to students of all ages who are from universities other than Comenius University. The program of study focuses upon the structure and physical properties of the Earth’s near-Earth and interior space, the physical processes that occur in the Earth’s near-Earth and interior space, measurement methods techniques for processing as well as analysis of information, techniques of analysis of signals, and computer programming.1 The program is built around the three major areas of study which are mathematical analysis, mathematical structure, and mathematical computation.
The courses are offered on 2 days at Bratislava and on the other day at Vienna throughout the semester. The graduates will receive an excellent understanding of important areas that are part of contemporary mathematics.1