Arsha s.r.o. was established on February 14, 2012 in Bratislava, Slovakia. Our company provides administration services in the field of education, actively working to recruit international students to study in English programs offered by different European universities and assist them in their first steps. Arsha s.r.o. is an official representative of six medical universities in Europe and a proud collaborator of eight programs offered by six faculties. Our main goal is to facilitate the transfer of students and ease their establishment. Our administration services apply to all documents needed to enter our representing universities, while our establishment services provide everything students may need to begin living in their new home. Join us and let us help you pass the road to success.
Number of recruited students: 189
Number of representing universities: 5
Number of offered programs: 8
Number of collaborating faculties: 6
Number of exclusive entrance exams: 10
Highest number of exclusive entrance exams in an academic year: 7 exams
E.S.E. is our trusted representative and sister company located in Spain. Our companies have been cooperating and developing together for over three years, and we are looking forward to continuing this partnership for many years to come. E.S.E. provides comprehensive information about entrance exams and study regulations to Spanish clients, prepares and organizes our entrance examinations held in Spain, and assists us in providing everyday life support and consultation to Spaniards living in Slovakia.
Megabooks SK is a company founded on January 1, 2007, focusing on import and distribution of foreign literature. Company is specialising mostly in course books and fiction published in various world languages, with a special focus on academic literature. Megabooks SK is an exclusive distributor of Oxford University Press ELT titles in Slovakia, one of the world's most renowned English language course book publishers. Megabooks SK is also an exclusive distributor of publishers Heinle Cengage Learning, Langenscheit and Klett. On non-exclusive basis, the company cooperates with hundreds of publishers from all around the world. Since 2010, Megabooks SK operates in accordance with ISO 9001:2008.
Avicenna International College (AIC) established in 1995. The institution has launched its educational program since 2000 and ever since educated more than 3000 students in different foundation programs. With its two campuses in Budapest and Istanbul, AIC is playing a significant role in providing high quality education in Europe.
E.B.A has been working with our company since early 2012, providing English language classes using a unique and effective method that integrates art with language acquisition. We have extended the E.B.A program to include Slovak language classes for foreigners. The classes are led by native Slovak speakers. Because of their special technique, small class size, and student-friendly prices, we highly recommend E.B.A. to all of our clients wanting to improve their English or Slovak language skills in an innovative way.
Third Eye Editing is a professional English editing company lead by a qualified native speaker. The company has been helping us to produce clear, consistent, and polished documents and marketing material since our conception.
Faculty of Medicine in Hradec Králové started its educational activities on November 25, 1945 as the first university faculty in East Bohemia. Initially, the Hradec Králové faculty was established as a part of the Prague Faculty of Medicine. Due to their co-operation and assistance it was immediately possible to establish both a high quality teaching staff and an effective departmental structure in Hradec Králové. To date, the studies have almost 10 000 general and dentists doctors.
Pavol Jozef Šafárik University is located in the second largest town in Slovakia. Košice with its rich history offers many cultural and sport evens and activities for multicultural student community. The Faculty of Medicine was established in 1948 as a branch of the Faculty of Medicine of the Slovak University, later called Comenius University in Bratislava. Then in 1959, the Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Philosophy merged, which led to the foundation of a new university in Eastern Slovakia, called Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice. As a state university Pavol Jozef Šafárik University functions under the auspices of the Ministry of Education. It is accredited according to the rules and regulations of the Higher Education Act of the Slovak Republic. In those professions where the conditions of education in Slovakia are identical with those in the European Union, which have already been recognized (medical and dental doctors), the member states of the European Union are obliged to accept the diplomas issued in Slovakia, irrespective of the language of instruction.
The Universidad Católica San Antonio ("Saint Anthony Catholic University"), also known as the Universidad Católica de Murcia (UCAM), is a private university located in Murcia in southeastern Spain. Founded in 1996 by José Luis Mendoza Pérez, a lay Catholic, with the permission of Bishop Javier Azagra Labiano of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Cartagena, UCAM offers undergraduate and graduate programs in a variety of fields, as well as summer courses open to international students. The university is characterized by a firm commitment to Catholic orthodoxy and the moral and social doctrines of the Church.
Comenius University Faculty of Medicine founded in 1919 is one of the oldest and most prestigious faculties of the Comenius University. It was the first Faculty of Medicine in Slovakia. The main aim of CUFM is pedagogical and educational process, scientific and research activities and curative and preventive treatment. Students are trained in so called clinical subjects and later in theoretical subjects. CUFM prepared over 17.000 physicians who are either from Slovakia, or from other Europian states, Asia, Africa and America as well. Demanding aims of the Faculty are provided by institutes, hospitals, special facilities with close cooperation with teaching hospitals and further health-service institutions.
Medical University Pleven is one of the five medical institutions of higher education in Bulgaria. It is the only university in Pleven and was founded in 1974 on the basis of the former regional hospital established in 1865. The university unifies a large modern preclinical base, a hospital with specialised clinics, and research sections. It has two faculties, the Faculty of Medicine covering the subjects of medicine and rehabilitation and occupational therapy, and the Faculty of Public Health covering health care, as well as a college. There are also two hostels with a total of 315 beds in two- and three-bed rooms. As of the 2000s, Medical University Pleven has had 4081 Bulgarian and 582 foreign students from 45 countries, and has about 750 students a year. Since Bulgaria's ascension to the European Union in 2007, most international students originate from other EU member states. In February 2013, 62 students from the United Kingdom enrolled on MU-Pleven's English language medical programme. This was the result of the university signing a collaborative agreement with UK based international education advisory service Outreach Education Limited.