How to enrol
Information for foreign students is avaible on the University website.
- First Cycle Degrees (L)
At the School of Economics there are four no set quota courses
To enroll in a first-cycle degree program at the School of Economics, all students must take a self-assessment test to verify an adequate level of preparation for university-level studies of economics and related disciplines. The test is obligatory, but does not bar students from admission in case of low scores. However, students who do not take the test will not be able to take course final examinations. Students with low scores will be provided with online learning materials and activities, as well as tutoring services to help them achieve an adequate level of preparation. To take the self-assessment test, students must use online test registration.
- Second Cycle Degrees (LM)
To enroll in a second-cycle degree program, it is necessary to have completed a first-cycle degree or have a recognized equivalent foreign degree. In addition, students must meet the specific curriculum and personal requisites of the selected degree program.
At the School of Economics there are seven no set quota courses: no limitation to the number of students enrolled. Access is granted after approval by the Didactic Commission of the chosen course, to whom all information of regarding one's academic curriculum and previous knowledge must be submitted.Students wishing to apply for a degree course can find further information about required prerequisites in each course's website. link