We have a large community of international students here at Southampton Solent University and understand that moving to a new country to study can be a challenge. Students coming from the Slovak Republic can find a range of advice about obtaining a visa and studying in the UK right here on the Solent website.
For more specific advice about coming from the Slovak Republic to study, please see the information below. Alternatively, you can contact the British Council's Slovak Republic offices or our own international advice team.
As a general guide, we look for qualifications that are equivalent to the British high school A-levels (Bachelor of Arts/Commerce - Pass). A portfolio is also required for most of our art and design courses.
For postgraduate courses, we look for qualifications that are equivalent to the British bachelor's degree.
Speak with an agent
Solent agents are our representatives around the world. They give you the chance to talk about opportunities here at Southampton Solent with someone in your own country.
Tel: +421(0)2 5262 2611 or +421(0)2 5262 2612
Fax: +421(0)2 5249 4681
Contact: Kristina Balikova or Zuzana Nieplova
Statement from InterStudy
"InterStudy welcomes you to use its counselling and advisory service to make applications to Southampton Solent University from Slovakia. We will provide you with all the necessary information and documents including application forms, help you complete your student loan application and bursary form, and answer any questions that you may have.
"We work very closely with Southampton Solent University and can offer advice on your current level of English, the many options the University offers, as well as student life in the UK. We will also help your parents with the procedure of proving your student status to local authorities for tax and social benefit purposes.
"As your local point of contact where you can get information in your native language, we will take care that your Southampton Solent University application procedure is as easy and efficient as possible."
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