The study programmes are conducted in accordance with the Bologna declaration, in other words, measures aimed at improving the quality of study and at the development of European values and European cooperation in higher education areas have been adopted. Besides other core activities, the Faculty organizes and conducts teaching at the university and professional levels.
This university education comprises undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate studies, or is often referred to as a model 3+2+3:
- undergraduate university study,
- graduate university study,
- postgraduate university study.
Undergraduate university study lasts for three years, leading to the academic title of Baccalaureus with an area of specialisation. The second cycle of university education is graduate university study which can be obtained after two years. The students are awarded the academic title of Master with an area of specialisation. The third cycle of university education is postgraduate study which lasts for three years, leading to the academic degree of Doctor of Science.
Professional studies last for 2.5 years and the students obtain the professional title Baccalaureus with an area of specialisation.
The Faculty also conducts distinctive programmes, thereby facilitating horizontal mobility and thus providing the students who have completed professional studies with an opportunity for admission to corresponding graduate programmes.