Subjects offered in Foreign Languages 2017/2018:

 

FACULTY OF ARTS AND LETTERS

FACULTY OF HEALTH

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

FACULTY OF THEOLOGY

 

Subjects offerd in Foreign Slovak Language 2017/2018:

 

Filozofická fakulta (Faculy of Arts and Letters)

Pedagogická fakulta (Faculty of Education)

Teologická fakulta (Faculty of Theology)

 

 

Subjects offered in Foreign Languages - Summer Semester 2016/2017:

 

FACULTY OF ARTS AND LETTERS

FACULTY OF HEALTH

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

FACULTY OF THEOLOGY

 

Subjects offered in Foreign Languages 2016/2017:

 

FACULTY OF ARTS AND LETTERS 

FACULTY OF HEALTH

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

FACULTY OF THEOLOGY (situated in Košice)

 

Subjects offered in Slovak Language 2016/2017:

 

Filozofická fakulta (Faculy of Arts and Letters)

Fakulta zdravotníctva (Faculty of Health)

Pedagogická fakulta (Faculty of Education)

Teologická fakulta (Faculty of Theology)

 

Subjects offered in Foreign Languages 2015/2016:

 

FACULTY OF ARTS AND LETTERS

FACULTY OF THEOLOGY (situated in Košice)

 

Subjects offered in Foreign Languages 2014/2015:

Faculty of Arts and Letters

Faculty of Education

Faculty of Theology (situated in Košice)

 

 

Grading system of the institution

 

ECTS

Grade

Slovakian Grade

Definition

 Characteristic

A 1 EXCELLENT outstanding performance with only minor errors
B 1,5 VERY GOOD above the average standard but with some errors
C 2 GOOD generally good work with a number of notable errors
D 2,5 SATISFACTORY fair but with significant shortcomings
E 3 SUFFICIENT performance meets the minimum criteria
FX 4 FAIL considerable further work is required

 

 

Course of Slovak language for International Students

Led by a qualified lector every semester a special course of Slovak language for students coming from abroad is organized at the Catholic University in Ružomberok.
It starts one week before the official beginning of particular semester and is a part of a so-called Erasmus orientation days. During these days 4 hours of Slovak language per day are offered for incoming Erasmus students. After that week the dotation for this course is 2 hours per week. That makes cca 40-46 hours altogether for the whole semester.
Students can enroll themselves for it at the beginning of each academic year or particular semester. Two ECTS credits are given for this course. One of the conditions to obtain them is that students must follow the course from its beginning till its end (orientation days included).
For more information, please, contact our International Office.

banner photogallerybanner virtual guidebanner new uni librarylogo net fuce