Bachelor's degree
three - year degree programs

The Faculty of Technical Sciences and Computer Science offers four undergraduate study programs. Each program has a duration of three years:

What is common to all study programs is that they are designed to develop students’ abilities to analyze challenges and create innovative solutions to everyday problems. Through a combination of theory and practical projects, students at the Faculty of Technical Sciences and Computer Science will acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to excel in their chosen fields.

Problem-solving is perhaps the most crucial aspect of computer science. The courses covered in the study programs for Computer Systems and Networks and Software Technologies in the field of computer science, will teach students about the design and development of software solutions that aid in solving problems across various domains.

The Safety at Work study program, unique in the country, provides knowledge on preventive measures and risk management in the workplace. Students learn how to create safe working conditions, apply workplace safety and health laws and standards, and develop effective policies for dealing with potential accidents.

The Waste Management study program focuses on modern methods of waste management, from collection and transportation to recycling and final disposal. Students will explore various aspects of environmental waste management, including legislative frameworks, waste processing technologies, and waste minimization strategies. This program prepares students to tackle the environmental challenges of contemporary society and develop sustainable solutions.


Candidates eligible for admission to the bachelor’s program include those who have completed a four-year secondary education, whether in their country of residence or abroad, and have successfully passed the national or international matura exam (for countries where it is  required).

Our program also welcomes applications from students of other accredited faculties, graduates, and foreign nationals.

We admit candidates without the need for entrance exams, making the application process simpler and more accessible.

for admission

When applying for admission to the bachelor’s program from outside the Republic of North Macedonia, students are required to prepare the following documents:

  • Diploma/Certificate for completing secondary education (certified with an Apostille Stamp or a stamp from the respective Ministry of Foreign Affairs for countries not members of the Hague Convention);
  • Certificates for each completed year of secondary education;
  • Decision from the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of North Macedonia for the recognition of the diploma for completed secondary education (our university offers assistance in obtaining this document);
  • Birth Certificate;
  • Certificate of Citizenship;
  • 4 passport-size color photographs.

The application documents should be submitted to the International Slavic University:

  • in Sveti Nikole, located at Marshal Tito No. 77 – 2220 Sveti Nikole, Republic of North Macedonia or
  • in Bitola, located at Novachki Pat No. 16 – 7000 Bitola, Republic of North Macedonia.


For international students, the tuition fee is EUR 2030 per year. International students are required to pay the full amount of the yearly tuition fee at the beginning of the academic year.

For more information please visit the Tuition Fees page.

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