Both students and graduates from the Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra had an opportunity to meet potential employers and listen to motivational and informative lectures on Tuesday, 11 October 2016. The Career Day, which was for the first time organised by the CPU in Nitra in cooperation with Národné kariérne centrum (National Career Centre), was attended by well-known foreign
During the academic year 2015/2016 the students of the Faculty of Arts have successfully participated on the nationwide competition of the best works of the Students’ Scientific Conference with their original presentations – individual research projects led by their skilled teachers. After strict evaluation of the works the prizes
Department of Mass Media Communication and Advertising, Faculty of Arts, proudly presents its first international graduate, Martyna Medrek, who defended her bachelor's degree within the study program Marketing communication and advertising administered by Constantine the Philosopher
On July 5-16, 2016 the national quest to ascent the highest mountain of Africa – Uhuru Peak, Mt. Kilimanjaro (5,895 AMSL) was conducted by the Slovak Society of Geography, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava. The ascent was dedicated to the hundredth anniversary of the birth of Professor Michael Lukniš, a distinguished Slovak geographer and the native of a nearby village Zlatna, who worked at Comenius University
After the last year's world champion title, Slovak race walker Matej Tóth achieved another outstanding success. In the extremely strong competition to walk 50 kilometers to Ponta beach he triumphed in a time of 3:40:58 hours with 18-second lead over Jared Tallent, an Australian defending gold from London. Matej won gold medal in the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro,
In the period from 18th July to 12th August 2016 Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Arts of Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra performed the seventh year of the International Summer School of Archaeology in the castle Pustý Hrad near Zvolen and Peťuša castle. This season brought also exploration of a new archeological site Bakova jama near Zvolen where the primeval settlement was anticipated to be revealed.