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    Teaching of Physical Education and Teaching of History

    (full time, bachelor degree)

    Field of study: Teacher Training and Education Science

    Form: full time

    Degree: bachelor degree

    Language: Slovak

    Department: Faculty of Sports Science and Health

    Plan of study: Recommended plan of study

    Acceptance conditions

    Teaching of Physical Education – aptitude test
    1. endurance – 1500 m run
    2. dynamic strength – repeated turns around an overhead horizontal bar (men)
    – repeated turns around a forehead-high horizontal bar (women)
    3. athletics – 50 m run
    4. aerobic gymnastics – compulsory acrobatic routine (handstand – forward roll, dive
    roll from place, backwards back extension roll, cartwheel)
    5. team sport (choice between basketball and volleyball) – evaluation of in-game
    performance
    6. swimming – 100 m either front crawl or breaststroke, starting jump (any
    other swimming style is evaluated according to the crawl
    performance charts)
    Bonuses
    ‒ A bonus of 60% of the number of points earned in the admission proceedings will only be assigned to students who have participated in the Olympic Games (demonstrated by a certificate from the Slovak Olympic Committee).
    ‒ A bonus of 30% of the number of points earned in the admission proceedings will only be assigned to students who have participated in the World Championships or the European Championships (adults or juniors) in Olympic sports according to the categorization of the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sports of the Slovak Republic, ranked at least tenth place and present a certificate from the authorized sports federation as proof. The certificate must accompany the printed application form or be presented in person at the entrance examination during registration.
    ‒ A bonus of 10% of the number of points obtained in the admission proceedings will only be assigned to students who have participated in the World Championships or the European Championships (adults or juniors) in non-Olympic sports according to the categorization of the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sports of the Slovak Republic, ranked at least third place and present a certificate from the authorized sports association as proof. The certificate must accompany the printed application form or be presented in person at the entrance examination during registration.

    The bonus will be added to the applicant’s overall score after completing the admission aptitude tests, but only up to a maximum total of 100 points.

    Applicants who apply for two programmes at the Department of Physical Educations and Sports FA MBU can only undergo the aptitude test once; the results achieved will be taken into consideration in both programmes.



    Teaching of History
    Applicants must complete a general academic prerequisites test, part of the National Comparative Exams administered by the company Scio, in place of an entrance exam. If the applicant has taken this test in the past three years (2020–2022), they may simply attach the relevant document confirming their score to their application.
    If the number of applicants does not exceed the planned number of accepted students, the requirement to take the entrance exam will be waived.

    Information for foreign students

    Basic admission requirements for foreign applicants to bachelor’s programmes:
    ‒ successful passing of the entrance examination
    ‒ Slovak language proficiency at the required level (at least B2 or C1) according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
    ‒ confirmation of acceptance of the applicant’s certificate of education completed abroad at the required level of education (with the exception of certificates from the Czech Republic, for which a confirmation is not needed)

    The application must include:
    - a certificate of proficiency in Slovak as a foreign/second language at the required level (at least B2 or C1 depending on the study programme criteria) issued by a language school included in the network of schools and educational institutions of the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic (registered public language schools and private language schools) – required for all foreign applicants to bachelor’s programmes

    Application fees

    Application fee: 60,00 €

    Online application fee: 50,00 €

    General information about the entrance exam

    General information on the admissions process

    For all applicants, the admissions process begins by submitting an electronic or printed application. Applicants may apply for multiple programmes, but they must submit a separate application for each programme they apply to. There is no limit on the number of submitted applications.
    If applicants apply via electronic application, they are also obliged to send a printed application to the faculty. The printed application must be filled in, personally signed and include all required enclosures. An electronic application without a printed counterpart received by the admissions office is invalid.

    The application must include:
    - the applicant’s CV
    - a notarized copy of the applicant’s secondary-school-leaving examination certificate (applies to applicants for bachelor's programmes who have completed secondary school)
    - a copy of the proof of payment for the application fee (paid via bank transfer)
    - a certificate of fitness from a doctor (applies to physical education programmes)
    - a certificate of proficiency in Slovak as a foreign/second language at the required level (at least B2 or C1 depending on the study programme criteria) issued by a language school included in the network of schools and educational institutions of the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic (registered public language schools and private language schools) – required for foreign applicants to bachelor’s programmes,
    - specifically required enclosures for the programmes Coaching and Teaching of Physical Education and Coaching

    Applicants for bachelor's programmes who are taking their secondary-school-leaving examination in the same year as they are applying and are applying for a programme with no entrance examination must deliver a notarized copy of their secondary-school-leaving examination certificate to the faculty’s admissions office by 13 June 2024.

    Applicants who do not present any evidence of meeting the basic admission requirements by the given deadline will be accepted conditionally. Applicants are obliged to present a notarized copy of a secondary-school-leaving examination certificate (applicants for bachelor’s programmes) by the day of enrolment at the very latest; otherwise they cannot begin their studies.

    Applicants who have completed a previous level of education abroad are obliged to prove the recognition of any education certificate obtained outside the Slovak Republic. The admitted applicant is obliged to present proof of recognition for their education certificate no later than the day of enrolment.

    The results of the entrance examination will be announced on the faculty website.
    If an applicant is absent from the entrance examination for serious medical reasons, half the admission fee will be refunded upon the delivery of a written refund request to the faculty’s admissions office. The request must be postmarked before the date of the entrance examination (determined by the posting date of the post office). No other reasons for the admission fee refund are considered valid; therefore it is impossible to claim a refund for the remainder of the fee.

    Basic admission requirements for bachelor’s studies:
    ‒ completed secondary-school education or secondary vocational education with a school-leaving certificate
    ‒ meeting the requirements of the admission proceedings
    ‒ a doctor’s confirmation of the applicant’s fitness for study

    • Academic year: 2024/2025
    • Estimated number of accepted: 5
    • Number of submissions: 0
    • Number of submissions last year: 0
    • Number of accepted last year: 0
    • Years of study: 3
    • Language: Slovak
    • Admission procedure date: 01.07.2024 - 04.07.2024
    • Online application deadline: 01.05.2024 - 31.05.2024