As stated by the law of Education in Slovak Republic Tuition fees for home (Slovak and *non-International) and EU students are free of charge (subject to a administration and registration fee)
Table below summarises the Tuition fees at FEM in 2013/2014
Type of Degree/Format of Study
Fees per Academic year
Bachelors Degree External format
Masters Degree External format
Doctoral Degree External format
Bachelors Degree *International student
Masters Degree *International student
Doctoral Degree *International student
*An International student is a person, who is not a citizen of a EU Member State, the Republic of Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Montenegro, the Republic of Macedonia, Republic of Moldova, Republic of Serbia, Ukraine or not domiciled in a Member State.
We offer a range of scholarships supported by Slovak government who share our pride in student achievement.
In academic year 2011/2012 following social scholarships and motivational scholarship were paid out to students of Faculty of Economics and Management (see table below).
Number of Students
Further, Scholarships for outstanding performance of study was paid to 684 students in the winter semester and 535 students during the summer semester totalling 329 675 €. The average scholarship amount was 540.89 € per student.
In addition, Incentive Scholarship for achieving excellence in learning, research, development of arts or sports activities were paid to 314 students accounting 67 460 €.
For further details of all the scholarships currently available contact the student office located on the first floor in S pavilion.
Cost of living
Student Meals / Canteens
Everyone with a student status who studies in higher education institutions in Slovakia is entitled to a subsidised students meal. Breakfast, Lunch and dinner is served in two student's canteens within the campus. Price for lunch in the University canteen for students range from 0,33 € -1.50€ per meal with a choice of 8 varieties.
Cost of living in Nitra (rough estimate)
As well as tuition fees (if applicable) and accommodation, you will also need to take into account other costs such as food, travel, clothes and leisure. The table below gives a rough guide of costs for a 39-week period:
Rent- private accomodation (according to choice & availability)
Food at €25 per week
Laundry and housekeeping
Leisure, social activities and sport at €20 per week
Health costs (contact lenses, dentist, prescriptions)