Despite the fact that the greatest part of the day of academy students is hockey training, their education is an equally important link of the program. The number of students and pupils choosing to study in Slovakia (Bratislava) grows annually.
Education in Slovakia is currently the most attractive and promising direction among many other international educational programs, because you can get free education at university level if you can demonstrate good knowledge of Slovakian and some other foreign language.
Our partner in the field of education is Súkromná základná škola Česká 10


Agreement for cooperation with Súkromná gymnazium Česká 10


What do you need to know while taking exams?


The gymnasium opened its doors for the first time in 2005. This school’s graduates speak not less than 2 foreign languages, which gives them the opportunity to enter the most prestigious higher educational institutions in the world. Applicants are required to successfully pass math and English languatge tests to be admitted. The education is concluded with Maturita examination.

Education is in English, except for two subjects: Slovak language and literature, social studies. The students learn a second foreign language additionally. They can choose German, French or Spanish.
Teaching methods in the bilingual gymnasium include a subject called English lecture course. The students discuss science, art, recreation etc. with native speakers.
Main subjects from grade 1 to grade 8 are taught in a rather permissive way compared to Russian education system. The subjects are

• Mathematics
• Physics
• Chemistry
• Biology
• Geography
• History

Below you can see an example of grade 8 timetable

However, starting from gymnasium grade 1 in-depth knowledge is presented in the context of subjects required to enter the university.
Foreign students are provided with a grace period to let them adapt. The grades from the certificate of education for the previous year which was obtained back home can be used in the meantime.
Children are provided with hot meals at school. Each lesson lasts 45 minutes. There is a midday break (30 minutes) after 6 lessons.
Several times a year a “School in nature” is organized. The students are taken to outdoor locations (mountains) where they go rafting, mountain skiing, snowboarding, and learn the rules of survival in nature with the guidance of experienced instructors. Such events are directed to teambuilding, they facilitate personal enrichment, improve the health of children and help them to immerse in the language.
Also, during the year the school offers tours for learning English with native speakers. Trips to London and Malta for 7-10 days with supervision of one of school’s teachers are organized at a reasonable price.

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