About the program Cognitive science deals with the research of human cognition: the process of cognition, perception, thinking, representation of knowledge and learning as well as decision-making and the way in which these processes take place within the brain. Usual time of use: 3 years. It is distinguished by its interdisciplinarity which involves the use of the knowledge and techniques of different disciplines involved – and also research in artificial intelligence, psychology and neuroscience, linguistics, philosophy, and various other disciplines.1 About the course The program is comprised of three years of study Students gain a foundational understanding in a variety of management fields and related disciplines of science.
This unique study program is the product of a collaborative and coordinated initiative comprising five Central European universities: University of Vienna (in collaboration with the Medical University of Vienna), University in Ljubljana, University in Zagreb, Eotvos Lorand University in Budapest and Comenius University in Bratislava.1 Through the study program, students pick a subject that will comprise an array of compulsory elective subjects. The programme is one of the few that have developed multilateral master’s programs within the Central European context. This will allow them to gain more understanding in a specific management area.1
The program’s multidisciplinary and international nature substantially increases the opportunities for graduates in both the international and domestic job markets. Fee for tuition: EUR1,990 per academic year. The tuition fee is EUR1,500 for the academic year. Management and Law (Faculty of Law, Faculty of Management) Computer Graphics and Geometry (Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics) Degree: Bachelor (Bc.) Degree: Masters (Mgr.) Usual time of use: 3 years.1 Usual time of use: 2 years. About the program The Faculty of Law in cooperation with the Faculty of Management, Comenius University in Bratislava has launched a brand-new three-year Bachelor’s dual branch study program in English"Management and Law. "Management along with Law" starting in with the academic year 2020/2021.1 About the program: This study program is designed to teach contemporary methods of creating data by using Computer Visualization.
The new Bachelor’s degree program is intended for students who want to pursue their university studies in English and also for students from abroad who have completed secondary school and who have completed the state examination at the level of the school-leaving exam.1 In a wider context the study of geometric structures as they are utilized to create algorithms of computers and graphics. The program will provide many subjects , and students will be able pick a subject that suits their individual desires, in accordance to the structure of the programme.
The tuition fee is EUR1,500 for the academic year.1 Choose from more than 21 mandatory topics from law and 17 subjects in management! Computer Science (Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics) Fee for tuition: 2.990 EUR (per academic year) The number of students at maximum.
100. Degree: Masters (Mgr.) Number of ECTS 180. Usual duration: Two years (3 years for conversion program) The Social as well as Occupational Psychology (Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences) About the program About the program: The Master program of Computer sciences is a 2 year course.1 Degree: Bachelor (Bc.) For students with backgrounds different from those of our bachelor graduates we also offer the option of a three-year program for conversion that is where it is the initial year used to fulfill any prerequisites that are not covered. Usual time of use: 3 years. Our courses assist in improving flexibility and abstract thinking with current technology as an example of general concepts.1
About the program The programme focuses in preparing students to pursue careers in the fields which a solid understanding of psychology is necessary. The course offers students significant choice in choosing their courses with a range of choices to choose from various areas of computer science. Our main focus is on Social Psychology, Organisational and Work Psychology, and Community Psychology.1 Two choices (»software as well as information systems» as well as theoretical computer science) tend to be more general in their particular emphasis on the use of technologies and techniques as opposed to the other two (»bioinformatics as well as machine-learning» as well as the »information security») are more focused.1 Our team comprises part-time as well as full-time instructors and professionals who aim to impart the latest theoretical understanding and hands-on experience to our students. Students who complete the programme are well-prepared to pursue doctoral studies, as well as for jobs in the industry of software.1 Fee for tuition: 3000 EUR/year of study.
Our alumni have pursued doctoral studies at numerous prestigious universities across the globe (including Chicago U., Cornell U., EPFL Lausanne, ETH Zurich, KTH Stockholm, NTNU Trondheim, Oxford U., U. of Manchester, U. of Toronto, U. of Waterloo) or pursued a variety of options for careers, such as starting their own businesses, or working in major software companies including Google, Microsoft and Yahoo as well as working in various other firms and organisations that make use of information and communication technology, usually with demanding intellectual positions.1 Graduate Study Programs (Master) The tuition fee is EUR1,500 for the academic year. Applied Informatics (Faculty of Mathematics Physics, Informatics and Mathematics) Environmental Physics and Renewable Energy Sources and Meteorology as well as Climatology (Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics) Degree: Master.1
Degree: Masters (Mgr.) Usual time of use: 2 years. Usual time of use: 2 years. About the program The master’s degree program on Applied Informatics follows the Bachelor study plan on Applied Informatics, allowing students to concentrate on four distinct specifications: designing and programming of information systems computers, computer graphics, artificial Intelligence, and educational software development.1