Studying part-time

is possible on all offered study programs.

The length of study

is not extended by a part-time study, not even in Slovakia.

Classes occur

in block form in a maximum of 6 to 7 terms per semester.

Student status

is also for part-time students

An opportunity for everyone

Part-times studies are intended for all students who have to deal with other matters during the working week and do not have time to attend school several times a week. Part-times studies at VŠMVV take place in a block form on Friday afternoons and on Saturdays every 2-3 weeks. Thanks to such a well-set schedule, even busy students were able to successfully complete their studies at VŠMVV.

FAQ

  • P-T schedule - College of International and Public Relations Prague +

    Teaching dates: February 26. - 27. 2, 2021 March 12 - 13, 2021 March 26 - 27, 2021 April 9. - 10, 2021 April 23 - 24, 2021 May 14. - 15, 2021
  • P-T schedule - College of International and Public Relations Prague - Institute in Bratislava +

    Teaching dates: March 5 - 6, 2021 March 12, 2021 March 19 - 20, 2021 April 16 - 17, 2021 April 23, 2021 May 7,  2021 May 21 -  22, 2021
  • Can I switch from full-time to part-time study and vice versa? +

    Yes, transfer between forms of study is always possible after successful completion of the semester.
  • Do I have the status of a student even in a part-time study? +

    Yes, but part-time students do not have full student status and lose some of the benefits associated with full-time study. For example, students of the combined form of study are not entitled to the ISIC card and all discounts associated with it are entitled to the ALIVE card.
  • I can't attend some block lectures, can I be penalized for exams? +

    No. Attendance is not taken into account in the final evaluation. However, if, for work or other reasons, you would not be able to attend individual camps for part-time students, the student may ask the rector of the university to approve the individual study plan.
  • Are the materials available online? +

    Yes, the vast majority of study materials (presentations, required literature, scripts) are available online.
  • Is it possible to invoice a tuition fee per employer and is it a tax deductible expense? +

    Yes, it is possible. We need to provide us with the company's billing information and then the tuition fee can be used as a tax deductible expense.
  • Why do part-time studies take shorter in Slovakia than in other Slovak universities? +

    Thanks to Czech accreditations, part-time students do not have to study a bachelor's program for 4 years instead of 3 and a master's program for 3 years instead of 2. Thanks to this, this type of student will save two years of time and also financial resources. In this case, 5 is more than 7.