Financial and bank analyst, equity or bond trader, wealth management, credit analyst, treasury analyst and risk analysis. Some of the most rewarding and challenging professions in domestic and international corporate community demand a background in finance. A bachelor study programme Finance, Banking and Investment from the Faculty of National Economy prepares students for exciting and challenging careers in all areas of finance with a robust curriculum, a broad and deep range of elective courses, and a wide array of practice opportunities. They are also prepared to continue in their studies on master’s level.


Programme structure

The curriculum of the programme consists of mandatory and elective courses. The mandatory courses will give you a strong foundation in core disciplines: economics, finance, accounting, banking, taxation, corporate finance and foreign languages. The elective courses will give you an opportunity to widen your knowledge and specialise according to your preference. You can also choose from a selection of optional courses to enrich your study experience by different perspectives.


Admission requirements

The programme is open to applicants with complete secondary education who pass all parts of a written entrance examination consisting of:

  • Aptitude test
  • English language test

Applicants who passed the admission test but have not finished their secondary education by the date of admission can be given a conditional offer and have to present the proof of finished secondary education no later than on the enrolment day.

All applicants are allowed to take the admission test only once in a given year.

Please note that we are not granting any waivers from either part of the entrance examination.



Talented students with excellent academic performance are eligible for EUBA's scholarship.

Students from the Visegrad countries and from Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, Ukraine can apply for a Visegrad scholarship.

A number of external scholarships is also available. Please contact Slovak Academic Information Agency to find more.

Please note that these are external scholarship schemes and are not administrated by the EUBA.


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