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The Migration Information Centre IOM Slovakia offers the possibility to apply for a financial contribution for the recognition of education documents and professional qualifications obtained abroad for healthcare professionals from Ukraine. The project is financed by the USA - Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration.

Do you want to improve your position at the Slovak labour market or increase your qualification? You can get a financial contribution for an educational/retraining course.

This is the instruction for all the registered participants of the Online Open Courses of Slovak Language or IOM MIC information webinars.

Here is a short guide for joining a course or a webinar at the Zoom platform.

In this article, we would like to present you some options to learn Slovak online for free: e-learning websites, publications and handbooks.

According to Article 42 of the Constitution of the Slovak Republic every citizen has the right to education while the details are stipulated in special regulations.

Fundamental law regulating education in Slovakia is Act No. 245/2008 Coll. on Upbringing and Education (the School Act).

Pursuant to this act, citizens of the Slovak Republic have the right to free of charge education in state primary and secondary schools. The act stipulates conditions under which students have the right to financial assistance from public funds.

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