University of Economics in Bratislava
Address: University of Economics in Bratislava
Dolnozemská cesta 1
852 35 Bratislava
Bus stop “Ekonomická univerzita” is located directly in front of the university (bus No. 68, 88, 98, 184)
We recommend to use Bolt and/or Uber app instead of regular taxi services.
Transportation from the Bratislava Airport (Airport M. R. Štefánik)
Take bus No. 61 (direction to Hlavná stanica), get off at the bus stop Bajkalská and change the bus to bus No. 98 (direction to Jasovská) to bus stop Ekonomická univerzita.
Transportation from the Bratislava Main Railway Station (Hlavná stanica)
Take trolley bus No. 40 (direction to Nové SND), get off at the bus stop Autobusová stanica and change the trolley bus to bus No. 88 (direction to Most SNP) to bus stop Ekonomická univerzita.
Transportation from Bratislava Central Bus Station
Take bus No. 88 from bus stop Autobusová stanica (direction to Most SNP) to bus stop Ekonomická univerzita.
For more information on Bratislava’s public transportation, please follow this link: https://imhd.sk/ba/public-transport
From the University of Economics in Bratislava the city center is accessible by bus No. 84 or 184 (from Ekonomická univerzita to Zochova – 10 minutes) or the nearest shopping centre Eurovea by the Danube river by bus 88 (from Ekonomická univerzita to Panorama City).
There are several hotels easily accesible by public transportation:
We suggest booking rooms via www.booking.com.
Source: Travel to Slovakia Good Idea
The Capital of the Slovak Republic Bratislava, also referred to as the Beauty on the Danube can not only boast interesting history but it also is the centre of the most dynamically developing region of central Europe at present.
Bratislava (population 425,500), situated in the south-west of Slovakia stretches on both banks of the Danube and in the foothills of the Little Carpathian Mts. Thanks to this favourable position it was always a commercial centre. Today the historic places witnesses to the rapid development of the young Slovak Republic. In spite of its exciting history, Bratislava is one of the youngest Capitals of the world and its population is also very young. The modern metropolis is opened to Europe and to the world as proved by the increasing number of foreign visitors of most diverse countries. Palaces, modern shopping and trade centres, admirable arts of the Slovak cooks and brewers, friendly people and various international cultural or sport events, exhibitions, and business opportunities are the reasons why it is worth of visit.
One of the city dominants which can be seen from far distance is The Castle of Bratislava. The most attractive part of Bratislava is the Old Town where the most historical sights as well as cultural institutions are concentrated. Its tiny lanes offer an ideal atmosphere for romantic walks to those who love to follow signs of history in the middle of modern world.
The significant structures in the historic centre of the city are all parts of the Monument Town Reserve.
You can find more about the city by visiting the webpage Travel to Slovakia Good Idea or Capital City of Slovakia – Bratislava.
How to get to Bratislava
Getting to Bratislava from Vienna International Airport
From Vienna International Airport (Schwechat) you can take Slovak Lines, Flixbus and/or RegioJet bus. You can by tickets directly in the bus (from driver). Buses leave every 20 – 30 minutes during day (less often in the evening/by the midnight). If you stay in Bratislava centre, buy tickets to Bratislava Novy Most / Most SNP (it´s the second bus stop after entering Slovakia). Bus stop is located under the bridge with the UFO restaurant on the top.
Getting to Bratislava by airplane
Bratislava is served by two international airports: The M. R. Štefánik Airport, which is located 9 km from the city centre and Vienna International Airport (VIA), which is just 45 minutes away from Bratislava by bus or car. Both of these airports offer direct bus transportation to and from the city centre. The M. R. Štefánik Aiport can be also reached by bus No. 61, which departs at the main railway station or by bus No. 96.
Getting to Bratislava by train
Bratislava’s main railway station (Bratislava hlavná stanica) is about a 10-minute ride from the city centre. The average journey time between Vienna’s main railway station and Bratislava’s main railway station is 1 hour and 24 minutes while the fastest journey time is 1 hour and 6 minutes. On an average weekday, there are 18 trains per day coming from Vienna to Bratislava. The journey time may be longer on weekends and holidays. Trains that depart in the early morning hours or the very late evening may have sleeper services. Alternatively, some popular routes may run throughout the night at a reduced frequency. There may also be fewer services on weekends and holidays.
Getting to Bratislava by boat
If you stay in Vienna before your arrival to Bratislava, you can travel to Bratislava by boat https://www.lod.sk/en/cruises-2/regular-cruises/
University of Economics in Bratislava (UEBA)
The University of Economics in Bratislava (EUBA) is a leading public university in Slovakia with the largest education market share in the field of economics, business and management. EUBA is the first university in Slovakia that has achieved accreditation by the AACSB. It has extensive experience in the field of education and research. EUBA has more than 10 000 students at its 7 faculties. EUBA offers 61 study programs, more than 150 individual courses delivered in English, German and French and 15 international double and joint degree programs. Over 80 % of EUBA academic staffs hold a PhD. EUBA staff has been involved in several international projects supported by LLP, FP6, FP7, COST, South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Programme, Structural Funds of the EU as well as by EU programmes, H2020 and/or Erasmus+ including. EUBA cooperates with its international partners from the EU member states and with universities around the world (Brazil, Chile, Peru, Mexico, China, Japan, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, etc.).
Faculty of Commerce (FC)
The Faculty of Commerce has had a long and firm place among other higher education institutions in Slovakia which offer economics education. The Faculty has been devoted to trade-related disciplines (marketing, international business, tourism, business law). The Faculty offers study programs at all levels of the university education as well as double degree program. Each year almost 1.200 students study at the faculty. It has more than 20.000 alumnies among which are guvernors of the Slovak National Bank, ministers, prime ministers, succesfull managers, and entrepreneurs. Internationalization of educational and research activities is one of the TOP10 faculty priorities. The Faculty cooperates with partner universities located mainly in Europe and Asia and with more than 70 national and/or international companies.
Prague University of Economics and Business (VŠE)
The Prague University of Economics and Business (VŠE) with its 14,000 students and a 67-year-old-history is the biggest public university of economics in the Czech Republic. The university is highly appraised both in the Czech Republic and abroad, is ranked by the Financial Times annually and has already been appraised for several years by the Eduniversal Ranking project as one of the best “business schools” in Central and Eastern Europe. VŠE is certified with the “ECTS label” and “DS Label” by the European Commission thanks to implementation of the ECTS credit system. The university currently cooperates with more than 250 partner universities on four different continents and with key players from the private sector in the Czech Republic. VŠE participates in several international networks, such as CEMS and PIM, and is a member of PRME initiative. Many significant Czech and foreign economists have obtained the university’s honoris causa title; these include, for instance, Nobel Prize winners Prof. Robert A. Mundell, Prof. Milton Friedman, or Prof. Gary S. Becker. Two Presidents of the Czech Republic, several prime ministers and many prominent Czech economists are alumni of the Prague University of Economics and Business.
Faculty of International Relations (FIR)
The Faculty of International Relations (FIR) is one of the largest faculties at the Prague University of Economics and Business. There are two main directions in both teaching and research: International Business and International Politics and Diplomacy. Other programs, focusing on Business and Law, International Politics and Diplomacy or Tourism also play an inevitable role. The key distinctive feature of FIR is high level of internationalization at all stages with strong emphasis on language knowledge of students. FIR is the first faculty in the Czech Republic that has achieved accreditation of a study program by EFMD. Two master programs in International Business have been awarded with the EFMD Accredited label for the period of 5 years.
Faculty of Business Administration (FBA)
The Faculty of Business Administration of the Prague University of Economics and Business is among the most respected schools in the Central and Eastern Europe in the field of management. There are approximately 3,000 full-time students at the FBA. The School has the prestigious international EQUIS accreditation and its programmes are regularly placed in the Financial Times global business school rankings. Also the FBA´s MBA program is regularly placed as one of the top MBA programmes in Eastern Europe in the Eduniversal Best Masters & MBA’s ranking. FBA’s educational and research activities are intensively linked to the business sector based on partnership with over 100 companies, including BD Advisory, Unilever, PPL, APOGEO, Nestlé, Hilti, Plzeňský Prazdroj, Škoda Auto, Albert, Aspironix, Coca-Cola HBC, FINEP, Henkel, Hopi, L’Oréal, Procter & Gamble, Red Bull GmbH, and others.