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Entrance Exam

Entrance Exam: Aptitude Test



Candidates who enrol in the first year of the undergraduate vocational studies Sport and Sports Recreation are expected to pass the entrance exam. The Aptitude Test consists of four specialist tests:

  • Strength Test (worth from 0 to 15 points)
  • Speed Test (worth from 0 to 15 points)
  • Endurance Test (worth from 0 to 15 points)
  • Coordination Test (worth from 0 to 15 points)


Ranking of candidates for admission to the first year



The list of candidates for admission to the first year will be determined on the basis of success at the level of the secondary education and the Aptitude Test results, or submitted certificates of sports activities in a national league. Based on the secondary school success, candidates may receive at least 16 and no more than 40 points, whereas the Aptitude Test brings from 1 to 60 points. The maximum number of achieved points is 100.

Registration of candidates who have completed the two-year higher education programme at the Sports Academy Higher Education School
Students who have previously enrolled in or completed the two-year higher education programme at the Sports Academy Higher Education School are required to submit a certificate of passed exams in the Student Services Office. Based on it, the Commission will decide on the recognition of exams and judge which year of study within the undergraduate vocational studies Sport and Sports Recreation is the right one for the candidate to continue his/her education.