1. How can I become a student at one of the Faculties at European University?
A student at The European University can be any interested candidate that has completed four-year secondary education. The enrollment is made through a competition without passing entry examination. The selection is made through preliminary lists where in 60 percent is taken the accomplishment from the secondary education and in 40 percent the marks from the subjects which are relevant for the faculty at which bidding is being done.
The duration of the studies is three years in the undergraduate phase and two years in the phase for postgraduate studies. Overall it is five years.
Each candidate who would like to enroll at The The European University – R. Macedonia has to submit the following document
- Certificates from the four-year completed secondary education (original) ;
- Diploma for completed secondary education (original);
- Birth Certificate;
- Four photographs.
2. Will the exams that I have passed at another high-educational institution be recognized when enrolling at The European University?
The European University provides compatibility with the developed educational systems of the European credit-transfer system (ECTS) for recognizing the diplomas according to the Bologna Declaration since 1999.
ECTS credits are the volume of work that the student must realize in order to pass the exam. That means the each subject has a specific number of credits (scores) which can be transferred to another domestic or foreign faculty which operates according to this model and vice versa. That means that if it is a compatible program we will recognize only the exams that are compatible with ours.
3. What does the new 3+2 program differs from the one that was valid until now and what do I get with it?
The program (3+2) is a program which was launched in the academic year 2006/2007 and it significantly differs from the program that was being conducted until now. The program 3+2 enables the student to acquire the title Bachelor with three completed years, while the student acquires the title MA with completed five years and additional MA thesis.
4. Is my diploma recognized in the country and abroad?
The European University is the first private domestic university which is accredited by the Board of Accreditation of Republic of Macedonia on 01.06.2005.
After accomplishing the studies and the presented Bachelor Thesis, each candidate acquires a diploma that is equally significant with the diploma which is acquired at the state faculties
But the thing that is most important is that The Faculty of Economics at The European University has recently become an associative member of the International Accreditation IACBE, and because of that each regular student at this faculty acquires an internationally recognized diploma.
5. What are and what amount are the annual expenses?
To become a part of the European University – Republic of Macedonia, you need to cover the following expenses:
1. One-time expenses upon enrolling in the Universi
- 1.000 denars for a grade booklet (2 large and 2 small photos);
- 1.000 denars for an ID card to access the University;
- 5.200 denars for a uniform that the students have to wear during their studies;
- 14.200 denars for sporting equipment (only for the Faculty of Detectives and Criminology);
- 1.000 denars for dentistry coat (only for the Faculty of Dentistry);
- 6.790 denars for final graduation exam (defense of the graduate thesis).
2. Expenses upon enrolling in each academic year
- A single academic year tuition of 2.100 Euros in denar counter value
- 7.280 denars to buy the books essential for a single academic year.
- Other expenses:
- 300 denar insurance;
- 600 denars for the Student Organization;
- 400 denars for an ISIC student card for discounts in the country and abroad;
- 10 Euros (denar counter value) for each exam, that is 5 Euros (denar counter value) for each partial exam;
- 50 Euros (denar counter value) for a Project Assignment.
All students are required to pay the total amount of their tuition until 15 July before the beginning of the academic year. If the student fails to pay this amount in a period of one month, he has to pay a fine amounting to 20% of the total tuition. If he fails to pay for his tuition by 15 August, he will be deprived of his status as a student at the European University.
The new students make a cash payment in two steps:
- On the day of enrolling in the upcoming academic year, each student is required to supplement their application with a 500 Euro payment.
- In a period of 3 days after enrolling, the student is required to pay the remaining amount of 1.500 Euros.
Students have to pay 10 Euros (denar counter value) per exam in the period from 1 to 5 of the month in which a particular exam is to be taken. If a student fails to do this in time, he can register for an exam by paying 15 Euros (denar counter value). After the 10th day of the month the student looses the right to register for an exam.
7. Are professors available to provide additional counseling hours?
At the European University we continuously create student-centered atmosphere. Professors have individual, personal and direct approach to students and work in small groups. Professors and teaching assistants continuously monitor student activities and their work during classes throughout the studies.
A special attention is given to providing students with the most relevant knowledge from the area of interest. Professors and teaching assistants are available every working day for any questions, information, and counseling that the student might require.
8. Are there any scholarships or other financial support I can apply for during my studies?
As a token of gratitude for the unreserved support we continuously received from the late President of the Republic of Macedonia, Mr. Boris Trajkovski, the Board of Directors of the European University decided to grant each year the scholarship “Boris Trajkovski”.
This scholarship is granted by means of competition with a right to apply for candidates that have achieved 10.00 GPA and have completed the previous year of study in the June exam session. This scholarship is granted to the best student each academic year, starting with the second year of study.
The student who was once granted a scholarship and fulfills the conditions the next year, is entitled to apply once again for the scholarship “Boris Trajkovski”. The general and specific conditions referring the scholarship are defined with a specific university resolution. The final decision on who will receive the scholarship is made by a Committee made up of 5 members of the University and one honorary member of the “Boris Trajkovski” foundation.
During an academic year, students attend two obligatory Educational Workshop Seminars (in the first and the second semester) out of their town or country of studying lasting for seven (7) calendar days. The seminar expenses are covered entirely and individually by all students. If the student is unable to attend the seminars he is required to make and defend a Project Assignment in strictly defined time periods twice in an academic year. The Project Assignment is defended before a Commission and is a requirement for sitting the exams in the following exam sessions. To register for a Project Assignment the student needs to pay 50 Euros.
The University building includes four state-of-the-art computer labs with a 24 hour Internet connection, which are available for the students, teachers and administrative personnel over the whole working day.
11. Does European University provide career and internship opportunities?
European University – Republic of Macedonia provides career and internship opportunities to its students. An important section of the University is its Career Center which works closely with the business sector and refers students for internships, has full insight into scholarship information, and upon graduation aids and monitors their career progress. The Career Center is in close contact with the rest of the business world in order to train students for the purpose of local and foreign recruitment agencies.
12. Can students buy food on the university premises?
13. Is the university building safe?
The building has been secured with special security equipment which comprises of a system of control and identification, CCTV and fire alarms. Each student and employee in the University, upon entering and exiting the building must carry an ID card which is then scanned and identified on the computer system.