Bratislava International School of Liberal Arts


Bratislava International School of Liberal Arts

Number of students
4000€ - 4000€
Semester Tuition Fees
Ø monthly cost of living
Scholarships available
February 01, September 02
Application Deadline
Student - staff ratio
Nations represented

Offered Programs

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Application Requirements for Bachelors:

  • A-Level Certificate

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Bratislava International School of Liberal Arts in Rankings

  • Ranked 29th in Slovakia.
  • Ranked 9579th in the World.

Cost of living at Bratislava International School of Liberal Arts

200 - 400 Euro / month
500 Euro / month
Cost of living
150 - 200 Euro / month
20 - 25 Euro / month

Why Study at Bratislava International School of Liberal Arts

Quality of Education

BISLA’s focus on critical thinking skills, attention to development of personal relations, and engagement in broader community have brought results in the quality of education offered at BISLA.

Alumni Placement

Over 90% of BISLA alumni continue to pursue graduate education after BISLA. They have a very high admission rate to the most prestigious universities across Europe. More than 63% of our graduates have completed or are pursuing graduate degrees abroad.

Skills for Life

Critical thinking - In this modern era of social media and information overdose it is necessary to be a good critical thinker. We work with a big variety of sources during our studies. We analyze its relevance, trustworthiness, and then try to understand the text.

Learning at BISLA

BISLA offers small classes (typically 10 students) where each student’s voice is heard with attention and respect. All courses are taught in English. If you are from Slovakia or another non-English speaking country, your command of English will be improved by BISLA’s intensive training programme in academic English.

Accommodation Bratislava International School of Liberal Arts

On Campus Accomodation at Bratislava International School of Liberal Arts
Off Campus Accomodation at Bratislava International School of Liberal Arts

About Bratislava

Bratislava is the capital city of the Slovak Republic and the most important tourist destination in Central Europe. It is situated in the south-western part of Slovakia on both banks of the Danube River. Bratislava is located near the Austrian, Hungarian and Czech borders. The nearest European metropolises are Vienna (60 km), Budapest (200 km) and Prague (330 km).

The City of Bratislava is the seat of the President, National Council, and Government of the Slovak Republic and embassies of the foreign countries. Its population is about 450,000 inhabitants. Being the largest Slovak city, it is not only the administrative, business and industrial, but also the cultural, scientific and research centre.

The city offers visitors many historic monuments, museums and cultural events, excellent traditional and international cuisine, and a pleasant atmosphere are fostered by the friendly and welcoming locals.

Big popular music acts play regular concerts in Bratislava, while the Slovak Philharmonic and the Opera and Ballet of the Slovak National Theatre regularly put on world-class performances.

Bratislava offers an excellent life for students, is being the seat of a number of universities. The largest and most significant technical university in Slovakia is the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava.

In Bratislava there is a wide range of facilities for summer and winter sports. The most popular are football, cycling, inline skating, tennis, indoor sports, water sports, hiking, skiing and ice skating.

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