During the academic year 2015/2016 took place a pilot project of the English language course for employees at Catholic University in Ružomberok (CU). The main focus was on communication skills, academic teaching and preparation of PPT presentations.
We understand the importance of English as the most widely used learning language and a medium of teaching. Therefore Department for international relations of CU will administrate the English language course for CU employees also during upcoming academic year 2016/2017.
University of the Third Age is a part of the Lifelong Learning Programme at Catholic University in Ružomberok. Seniors over 50 years old who are interested in further studies can attend classes during upcoming academic year 2016/2017 in two study programmes: Christian culture; Care for physical and mental health. Study lasts 3 years. There are no academic prerequisites or entrance requirements other than a passion for learning and sharing your own knowledge and skills.
With the motto "Do not let memories fade away" Catholic University in Ružomberok will host on August, 29th a meeting of participants of the World Youth Day in Kraków (WYD). The meeting will open the mass celebrated at 10:30 by Msgr. Štefan Sečka, bishop of Diocese of Spiš. Program will continue in the Hall of Saint John Paul II, where testimonies of young people and representatives from Poland will take place.
Catholic University in Ruzomberok (CU) has an active policy for cooperation in higher education with non-European Union countries. Slovak National Agency of the Lifelong Learning Programme (SAIAC) approved the project of CU and assigned a financial grant to promote cooperation with the Ukrainian Catholic University in Lviv and Ilia State University in Tbilisi, Georgia. Department for International Relations will administrate a two year exchange programme of CU students and teachers with partner universities in philosophy, psychology, journalism, history, political science and theology.