Frequently Asked Questions

GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT SLAVIC UNIVERSITY

Where is the university?

University has its campuses in Sveti Nikole and Bitola.

Can I visit the university before you enroll?

Of course, our working hours are from 08:00 to 15:00 Monday to Friday and from 09:00 to 14:00 on Saturdays.

If you want to talk to one of our professors, in order to give you advice about your career choice, please contact us before coming in order to better prepare your visit.

Also note that every year in March and April, we have open days with organized buses for high school graduates from many parts of Macedonia. Follow us to be always up to date with our events.

Which faculties and departments

Undergraduate studies

  1. Faculty of Economics and Organization of Entrepreneurship
    • Organizational management (4 + 1)
    • Finances and Credit (4 + 1)

    Faculty of Psychology

    • General Psychology (4 + 1)

    Faculty of informatics and technology

    • Software Technology (3 + 2)
    • Computer Systems and Networks (3 + 2)

    Faculty of safety engineering

    • Safety at Work (3 + 2)
    • Fire Safety (3 + 2)

    Faculty of Law

    • Legal Studies (3 + 1)

    Post-graduate studies

    Faculty of Economics and Organization of Entrepreneurship

    • Marketing Management (4 + 1)
    • Human resources management in small and medium enterprises (4 + 1)

    Faculty of Psychology (one-year course)

    • Clinical and counseling psychology (4 + 1)
    • Psychology of Social Protection (4 + 1)

    Faculty of Psychology

    • Clinical and counseling psychology (3 + 2) and (4+1)
    • Psychology of Social Protection (3 + 2) and (4+1)

    Faculty of safety engineering

    • Safety at Work (3 + 2)
    • Fire Safety (3 + 2)
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Costs depend on the type of accommodation you choose and your personal lifestyle. University offers accommodation in their own student dorms, so students often rent apartments or travel for lectures. Prices for accommodation and food are low, so students do not have large financial costs.

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The lectures are tailored for students who travel. Depending on the faculty at which the student is enrolled, classes are held 2 to 3 days per week. Students often jointly organize and come with a private car, bus, taxi etc.

ENROLLEMENT ON THE SLAVIC UNIVERSITY

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When applying for enrollment on the first cycle, candidates should submit the following documents:

  • Bachelor of passed state, school or International Baccalaureate;
  • Evidence from all 4 years;
  • Copy of birth certificate;
  • Copy of citizenship;
  • 4 small color photos;
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When applying for admission to second cycle, candidates should submit the following documents:

  • Diploma for completed first cycle of studies;
  • Transcript of records;
  • Birth certificate;
  • Copy of citizenship
  • Photocopy of ID;
  • 4 small color photos
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The registration and submission of documents for registration is done in the period from 04/01/2016 to 09/15/2016 for undergraduate degree and from 01.04.2016 to 30.10.2016 for the postgraduate degree.

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If the quotas are not filled for enrollment at the MSU in the first enrollment period, according to the laws in Republic of Macedonia in the second session can be recorded and students which have passed the school final examination.

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The annual fee for studying at all Faculties is 1030 euros for undergraduate and 1530 euros to postgraduate studies, except for the Faculty of safety engineering, where participation is 1230 euros for undergraduate and 1,730 euros for postgraduate studies. Upon payment of the sum in cash, the students receive a discount of 10%, and for two or more members of the same family a discount of 20% can be authorised. This amount covers all expenses for study.

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The annual fee covers all expenses for study, and includes:

  • Index
  • Verification of semester
  • Reporting exam
  • Passing the exams in regular session
  • Cancellation of exam
  • Reporting on project activities (papers, essays …)
  • Certificates of any kind
  • Account E-Learning (free materials and scripts for subjects)
  • Membership in the University Library
  • Student practice
  • Documentation for work abroad as a student
  • Life insurance
  • Membership in the Student Union of Slavic University
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ISU announces each year a competition for full and partial scholarships to talented graduates. The competition for scholarships for the academic year 2017/2018 will be published in October 2016.

The Model of testing is different each year and will be released with the competition for scholarships. For new information you can follow us on Facebook and on our website.

TRANSFER FROM OTHER FACULTIES

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The right to transfer all students from other faculties in Macedonia and abroad.

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If THE passed exams coincide with the study program at our faculty on which you want to make a transfer then passed exams are fully recognized.

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The year in which you will enroll depends on the number of exams you have passed and the program on which you have previously studied.

According to the number of passed exams that correspond to our program, the Dean of the Faculty shall decide that the student can be enrolled.

For the Dean to make a decision, the student must submit Transcripts of previous exam to our offices for Student Affairs.

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If the student enrolls, for example, in the third year – then he begins to follow the lectures of that year. But if the program in which he previously was studying is not completely compatible with our subjects and he has not obtained subjects from first or second year in our program, the student must pass the exams in one of the sessions. For taking exams from previous academic years , you must pay 1,000 denars for a subject.

PARTNERSHIP WITH RUSSIA

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International Slavic University “Gavrilo Romanovich Derzhavin” is official Russian partner university with the Tambov State University “G. R. Derzhavin” from the city of Tambov, Russia.

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Diplomas issued by the ISU are Macedonian diplomas. Nonetheless, we also offer a program for double diplomas for our students from the faculties of economics and psychology. The students have a chance of acquiring both a Macedonian and a Russian diploma.

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To gain a double degree, it is necessary to pass the exams in Macedonian, and additional exams in Russian program. If you wish to acquire a Russian diploma it is required, when enrolling, to inform our employees in order for the necessary documents to be prepared beforehand. Studying for obtaining a double degree, is paying in addition to full participation, an extra 500 euros annually.

If you have further questions about the studying and the double degree program, please contact our offices for Student Affairs in Bitola: +389 47 238 077 or Sveti Nikole: +389 32 440 202.

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The diploma which the student will obtain after graduation on the Faculty of ISU is accredited in all countries in which the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) of study is present. Many of our colleagues with degrees from ISU work in Germany, Austria, Great Britain, Sweden, Norway, USA, New Zealand, Australia, etc …

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A semester is a part of the academic year when the subjects take part. The academic year is divided into two semesters: the first semester (September to December) and second semester (February to May). Follow the instructions and recommendations for studying on our web-site and the first semester will be a pleasure for you.

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Students from every department usually have lectures 2 to 3 days during the week, which is practical for those students who travel.

The lectures are held according to the following scheme:

First semester

  • six weeks of lectures (mid-September to end October)
  • a preparatory colloquium week
  • a partial exam week (early November)
  • six weeks of lectures (mid-November to mid-December)
  • a preparatory colloquium week
  • a partial exam week (end December)

Second semester

  • six weeks of lectures (mid-February to mid-March)
  • a preparatory colloquium week
  • a partial exam week (end of March)
  • six weeks of lectures (beginning of April to mid-May)
  • a preparatory colloquium week
  • a partial exam week (end of May).
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The schedule for the classes is published one week before the start of the semester and is available to students through e-index.

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For passing colloquium, students need to be enrolled as regular students. Part-time students are not required to attend school and have no right to take colloquiums – they only take exams in all subjects. Colloquiums are midterm tests of knowledge that are conducted twice during the semester:

  • First Colloquium – in the middle of the semester, or after 6 weeks of lectures
  • Second Colloquium – at the end of the semester or after 6 weeks new lectures

To have the possibility to pass the second colloquium, the first colloquium should be passed. Students, who have not passed the colloquiums, must pass the midterm exam in test sessions.

By passing the two colloquiums, students are not required to take a written exam.

The terms for the colloquium are published in E-learning.

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Most of the literature suitable for the faculties, as well as presentations of the lectures are available on our system for e-learning and they are free. Literature which is not available online can be found at the bookstore at the university.

The university also has its own library where some titles are available which are related to subjects. Renting a book from the library is free and students are only required an index to take a book.

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One academic year has 4 exam sessions of which two are regular and two of them are extraordinary.

The first regular exam session is in January and the exams are related to the lectures from the first semester.

If the student does not pass the exams in January, they can be tested in April (extraordinary) session. For passing an exam in an extraordinary session, students do not pay penalties.

Second regular exam session is held in June and students pass exams from the lectures of the second semester. If the student does not pass the exams in June, they can pass them in September (extraordinary) session – also without payment of penalties. In these sessions, exams from the first semester also can be taken.

Before the session, regardless of whether the student has previously passed two colloquiums, exams should be reported electronically (E-learning). The results of the exams will arrive on the account of the student as soon as the professor announces them.

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The exact dates for the exams are announced one week before the exam session and will be available to students through e-index.

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All students at MSU have regular practical training during their studies, which is organized in collaboration with many institutions and companies in Macedonia.

During the summer students have independent practical work and choose a company or institution where you do so. They can choose any of the institutions with which the University has an agreement or institution of their choice.

The practical training is free and the only cost arises buying Practice Diary (annually) which cost 100 denars.

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Do not hesitate to seek help from the professor at any time. Professors at ISU are flexible and always available, and since the first day of registration you have access to a list of their contact telephone numbers and email addresses.

 

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The formation of final assessment on any subject is obtained through a set of points scored by colloquiums, points of order and activity of lectures and seminar paper points or extra task / project etc. The establishment of an assessment of the subjects for regular students is determined by the following principle:

The evaluation is based on the scoring points during the semester.

First colloquium (35 points)

+ Second colloquium (35 points)

+ Seminar paper (10 points)

+ Regularity of teaching (10 points)

+ Activities (10 points)

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Maximum points = 100

Below are the estimates based on the number of points:

Grade 6: 51-60 points

Grade 7: 61-70 points

Grade 8: 71-80 points

Grade 9: 81-90 points

Grade 10: 91-100 points