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Bratislava

Bratislava has much to offer ranging from theatre, concerts, museums, restaurants, cinema in the city centre, to a variety of seasonal sports.

Money & Currency

Slovakia joined the European Union in 2004 and adopted the euro on 1 January 2009 replaced the Slovak koruna (SKK) and the national currencies of 19 other participating European countries.

How to open an account in Slovakia:

When you open an account with any bank, you will have to bring a valid passport, proof or enrollment and finally proof of residence in Slovakia. 

Public Transportation

Bratislava’s public transport network is divided into two zones. The first zone lines are the usual choice for tourists, since they cover downtown and most of the city.

Bus lines cover most of the city, however it’s better to take the tram downtown. Trams are generally faster during the day, since the buses are often stuck in traffic jams. Trolleybuses (bus attached to cables overhead) service some parts of the city, too, especially the area above the castle hill. Night lines cover all parts of the city and usually depart from the main train station xx:30 (11 p.m. – 3 a.m.)

Monthly public transport pass: €15

Student Accommodation

Dull moments are hard to find in our boarding community. You will constantly be surrounded by your peers and have opportunities for rich conversations and experiences.

Most of the students live in modern student residences halls. The student residences halls are located throughout the town. Many of the residence halls are equipped with access to the internet.

Rooms in the residence halls are fully furnished (desk, chair, bed, shelf wardrobe, lamps). Dishes and bed clothes are not included. The kitchens are equipped with hot-plates, a sink, a refrigerator and cupboards. Washing machines and dryers are available for common use in the basement of the residences

AB CAMP

The following student residence hall is available in the district of Bratislava-Rača.

More information: https://www.abcamp.sk/

  • Address: Račianska 155, 831 54 Bratislava

The typical accommodation is in this residence is a private bedroom in a single apartment. Each apartment contain a room from 16 m2 to 20m2 with a balcony, kitchen and a bathroom. 

Each apartment is fully furnished (desk, two chairs, double bed, shelf, wardrobe, lamps). Dishes, bedding and bed clothes are not included. Kitchen is equipped with hot-plates, a sink, a refrigerator and cupboards. Washing machines and dryers are available form common use in the basement of residence.

  • Rent: €430 (per apartment) / €215 (per student) 

*All services included: Water, electricity, heating, air conditioning and internet. 

Holiday Inn Bratislava

The following student residence hall is available in the district of Bratislava- Ružinov

More information: https://holidayinn.sk/

  • Address: Bajkalská 25A, 825 03 Bratislava

The typical accommodation is in this residence is a private bedroom in a single apartment. Each apartment contain a room of 23m2 without a balcony, kitchen and a bathroom. 

Each apartment is fully furnished (desk, two chairs, double bed, shelf, wardrobe, lamps). Dishes, bedding and bed clothes are not included. Kitchen is equipped with hot-plates, a sink, a refrigerator and cupboards. Washing machines and dryers are available form common use in the basement of residence.

  • Rent: €420 (per apartment) / €210 (per student) 

*All services included: Water, electricity, heating, air conditioning and internet. 

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Accommodation

Modern double rooms for students, each of the room offered are fully furnished with en-suite bathrooms. Each room includes a bed, built-in storage units, study desk, fridge, curtains, Wi-Fi and utilities.

Rent Cost: € 430 (per room) per month

                   €215 (per student) per month

All services included

Cost of Living

Depending on the accommodation you choose, you will have to reckon with €200,00 – €250,00 month for rent. Additionally, and average student spends around €200 for food. In total you will need approximately €450 – €500 a month. 

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Living Living

Health Insurance

In order to enroll at COCEEU, most students need a Slovak insurance policy with the exception of those from countries with agreements on social and health insurance. There are several insurance agencies which you can contract directly. (Cost per year €288,00)