For many students, a room in University accommodation is their first experience of living in their own place. It's an exciting time, and it needn't be daunting - our residences are set up to bring people together in a sociable, secure atmosphere where everyone can get involved.
We've kept the restrictions to a minimum so you can concentrate on studying, having fun and experiencing all university life has to offer. The decision to grant the accommodation lies upon two criteria's: Firstly, academic results achieved in the previous academic semester (65% weight/ applicable for re applying students only) and secondly the distance from place of permanent residence (35% weight/applied mainly for first time applicants).We thrive to deal with accommodation issues as efficient as possible. Past academic year 2010/2011 80% of the applicants were successful.
Monthly payment per students for accommodation in the academic year 2010/11 ranged from € 19.25 to € 56.42, depending on the comforts and facilities.
Campus administrators and faculty offices constantly support to modernize and enhance facilities in accommodation units. In 2011 a halls of residence Prince Pribina has been introduced to SUA students. At present, five halls of residences with 2543 sleeping capacity in place within the campus premises.
The FEM Counselling Service offers confidential help with any personal issues affecting work, self-esteem, relationships, mental health and general well-being. No problem is too small and getting help early can save stress and further problems later on. Counselling can provide a valuable opportunity to work on personal issues in a confidential setting with someone independent. The Counselling Service is freely available to all SUA students and staff.
If you wish counselling service please contact:
Office phone number:
+421 37 641 4150, +421 37 641 5123
FEM, Tr. A. Hlinku 2, 94976 Nitra
Pavilón AS Poschodie b1 Miestnosť 124, Pavilón AS Poschodie a1 Miestnosť 102
One of the University's goal is to provide a superior higher education and learning experience to our outstanding students, irrespective of their backgrounds, and to produce graduates distinguished by their intellectual capabilities, employability and their ambition to contribute to society.
We understand it is an important part of how we establish and maintain clear mutual expectations for the experience of all students, undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level.
1. Understanding and dealing with disputes
Our staff aim to provide you with the best possible service. To make sure we achieve this, we have set standards for the service you can,
2. Being part of our community
Study Advisor provides information, advice and guidance for prospective and current students on a wide range of study problems and personal study-related issues.
Contact the Study Advisor if you have any questions or problems concerning:
Contact the Study Advisor as soon as possible:
The Study Advisers can also help you with other issues. Depending on the nature of the question, he will either give advice themselves or refer you to other persons or organizations.
Ing. Martina Hanová, PhD.
Department of Statistics and Operation Research
Helping you get the most out of your time at University is at the heart of the work of our Students' Union (SP/Student Parliament). Our SP aims to provide the best possible facilities, offering opportunities to get involved in all kinds of activities and being there to support you.
Student Parliament of Faculty of Economics and Management, is a student representative of the academic community of the Faculty of Economics and Management, Slovak Agricultural University in Nitra.
Student Parliament is the body that represents and defends academic and social interests of all FEM students, regardless of their gender, race, ethnic origin, language, belief, religion, political, national, social or other status.
Student Parliament FEM is the highest body representing the student community within the faculty in negotiations with management of the faculty, management of the university, government authorities and other bodies.
We put on a wide choice of different events including themed parties, fancy dress, international nights, sports socials, and many more fun-filled nights out.
As a registered student, you will automatically become a member of the SP and be able to take advantage of all the services and facilities available. You will also be able to take part in the democratic structure of the Parliament by running for elections to represent students in Academic Senate.
If you have any issues or would like to contact us you are very welcomed in our SP office at Student dormitory Anton Bernolák, Tr. A. Hlinku 4, Nitra.
or by email
The SUA support equal opportunity rights and equipped with disable access. Wheelchair access is available throughout the faculty premises. PC adapted cabinets with adjustable tables and information terminals are available in faculty. Further auditorium is equipped with induction loop for the hearing impaired.
SUA is committed to achieving equality for all those who learn and work here and wishes to develop a demonstrably fair and supportive environment which provides equality of opportunity and freedom from discrimination on the grounds of:
race, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, caste, gender, gender identity, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity, disability including mental health difficulties, religious political or any other beliefs, age, sexual orientation, social class, offending background
As a student you are afforded protection from discrimination on the grounds above, but you also have an obligation to ensure your behaviour and actions treats other students and staff accordingly as well.
Unlawful discrimination will not be tolerated: the University takes seriously any breaches of its' Equality and Diversity policy' and the equality legislation and disregard of this policy may result in disciplinary action, including dismissal from the University.
Harassment or bullying can take many forms, often involving the abuse of power or position.
Harassment or bullying may involve apparently insignificant acts which, cumulatively create an intimidating environment, that undermines the integrity or dignity of the individual. Unacceptable behaviour ranges from violence and threats to ignoring people.
All reported incidents will be taken seriously and could provide grounds for disciplinary action that may lead to dismissal or expulsion from the University.
At Faculty of Economics and Management in Slovak Agricultural University in Nitra we place great emphasis on support for our international students. We work to make our campus a friendly and caring place in which our students can excel. Coming to study in a new country is a huge challenge, huge change in life involving many difficulties and uncertainties. We here at SPU understand and have all possible practices in place to cater and make International student's stay a pleasant.
International Students Support team headed by Vice dean for International affairs at the faculty,
If you have any queries or need any help please contact:
Ing. Zuzana Kapsdorferová, PhD.
+421 37 641 4131, +421 37 641 5123