Comenius University

komenskehogaihe membersComenius University is a leading university in the Slovak Republic, with 30000 students and 2000 faculty members. The University of Comenius is a  university of international ambition, with strong intellectual and universal relationships with the Slovak nation. Comenius university is a teaching-based university, which also conducts its own research and encourages an interdisciplinary approach to problem solving. The university’s core strategic objectives are: to sustain and develop its identity as a research and teaching institution of the highest international quality; to provide an outstanding educational environment, supporting study across a broad range of academic disciplines; to produce graduates not only with high personal and professional achievement but also with high human qualities; to enhance the scientific and cultural vision of society as well as its economic well-being.

The Faculty of Management of Comenius University in Bratislava was established in 1991 as an academic institution. Research is focused on international projects (e.g. PHARE, PECO) as well as on national ones.
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. The Faculty of Management has strong cooperations with research partners from a wide range of countries such as: Italy (University of Udine), Belgium (Université Catholique Louvain-la-Neuve), the UK (Manchester Metropolitan University), Slovenia, the USA (Cornell University), the School of Industrial and Labour Relations), the University of Pittsburgh (Katz Business School), etc.

The Faculty of Management, in Comenius University in Bratislava, is one of the leading university education institutions in Slovakia with respect to innovative models of higher education. The Faculty of Management has extensive experience with the TEMPUS projects focusing on restructuring and creating new study programs in Slovakia and Balkan countries and Cedefop Contract No° 2006-00115/AO/C/JMGA-KBDE/SP019/06 (2007).