BEFORE YOU OPEN AN APPLICATION: IMPORTANT NOTICE
You can supply non-certified (scanned) documents with your e-application through the Academic Information System. You will be able to provide certified copies of documents and confirmations to STU faculties at a later date, once the situation allows it.
ADDITIONALLY: The Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology requires you to submit a medical approval signed by a doctor (certifying your ability to study at the Faculty). In connection with the current situation in Slovakia and risks you could be putting yourself under while visiting a doctor, you do not need to supply an approval at the moment. You will be able to do so at a later date (when you enroll in studies), once the situation improves. It is currently inadvisable to visit a doctor for this purpose.
Please keep checking the websites of STU and our Faculties, as we keep updating them with recent information.
Happy to see you around here. OK. Being interested in the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava is the first step. Further on, you can find all you need to proceed: information, application forms, hints, contacts and links.
Since you are here, let us tell you basic facts about us. STU is the best technical university in Slovakia and third best in the Slovak and Czech Republics. Taking a global look, STU ranks as the 710th best University globally, according to prestigious QS Ranking 2020. Shanghai ranking 2020 ranks STU into the leading TOP 500 universities in mathematical sciences.
Almost 11 000 students attend 7 STU faculties; 5% of them are foreign students. Popularity of STU keeps growing internationally, since it offers a high quality technical education in hundreds of study programmes free of charge. Are you interested? So let's proceed further and see how to apply. It is quite easy. No paper work, we are running just online!
How to apply
Have you made a decision yet? Then it is easy. You can start filling in your application form online:
The application fee is just 20€.
Further information & documents
Admission procedure DEADLINES for academic year 2020/2021
Rules and Conditions for Admission to Study Programs at STU
Basic conditions of admission for university studies
Still not sure? Chemistry? Architecture? Informatics? Engineering? Than check the web sites of the STU faculties, where you can find all the information, relevant contacts and the application procedure as well:
|Faculty of Civil Engineering|
|Faculty of Mechanical Engineering|
|Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology|
|Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology|
|Faculty of Architecture|
|Faculty of Materials Science and Technology based in Trnava|
|Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies|
|Institute of Management|
Studying in Slovak language is for free. We offer foreign language courses as well, so you can get fluent in rather a short time. You are welcome to join a chosen course.
The cost of the international study programmes reaches 4.000 € maximum. Please find more detailed info for individual Faculties here:
Tuition Fee and Study-Related Fees for academic year
STU offers more than 3 000 residential units in student dormitories/halls of residence located close to the Faculties. Recently, we have accomplished massive investments into refurbishment of our dormitories; so far almost 50% of our capacity resembles more a hotel type of accommodation. The monthly price ranges from 60 € to up to 110 € (depending on the locality and the type of individual rooms).
STU offers a wide variety of scholarships; the total sum reaching up to 3 million € a year. There are numerous international partners where you can go and stay for short internships. As the leading technical university, we offer plenty of technical support services, e.g. unlimited cloud storage via Google Suite and much more.
In addition, you can do a lot of sports at our new stadiums, gyms and fitness centres. Generally speaking, you will fully enjoy a decent and flourishing social life and specific charms of the Bratislava city. Check out what the New York Times reports about it:
We look forward to seeing you around here soon.