Incoming Student Mobility - Study (SMS)
Dear Erasmus+ Students,
You have made an important decision in relation to your studies and career as a prospective legal practitioner - decision to study abroad as an Erasmus+ student. We are very happy that you have chosen the Faculty of Law, Comenius University in Bratislava as your international study destination.
Erasmus+ Programme is an enriching, stimulating and very challenging cultural, educational and personal experience and we hope that our Faculty of Law will make your stay in Bratislava even more interesting.
Law Courses which run from September to December (January-February examination period) and from February to May (May-June examination period) are taught by our renowned academics and legal practitioners and are specialized mainly in International Business Law, Public International Law and European Union Law where also methods of case-studies and moot courts are used. We believe that courses offered by our Faculty will meet your personal preferences and needs and that your stay at our Faculty will be an excellent experience for you.
At the beginning of each semester we are adding into this offer also subjects from our English study programmes - bachelor and master (by mutual agreement with the given departments and teachers), so this offer of subjects for Erasmus+ students can be expanded and students are always informed about this possibility at the beginning of the semester.
Department of International Relations and Foreign Language Studies wishes you an exciting stay in Bratislava!
For more information please check the web page of the International Relations Office of the Rectorate of the Comenius University.
Practical information for foreign students (related to their stay in Slovakia):
Department of International Relations and Studies in Foreign Languages
Faculty of Law, Comenius University in Bratislava
Šafárikovo nám. 6
P.O. BOX 313
810 00 Bratislava
Ing. Michaela Krescanková, PhD.
office: 310a (old building)
tel.: + 421 2 592 44 143, +421 2 9012 9143