Association of Agricultural Economists in Slovakia

Association of Agricultural Economists in Slovakia

The Association of Agricultural Economists in Slovakia (AAES) is a non-profit association established in 2011. The AAES brings together members and supporters of the European Association of Agricultural Economists, interested in the issues of agriculture, food industry, and rural development in Slovakia and Europe. The association aims to promote the knowledge and understanding of agricultural economics, to foster the professional growth of agricultural economists in solving problems of the agro-food system, regional and rural development, and related areas of applied economics and business.

The Faculty of Economics and Management (FEM) of the SUA


The Faculty of Economics and Management (FEM) of the SUA belongs to the leading economic faculties in Slovakia in teaching and research. FEM provides students with education in Economics, Business, Management, Marketing, Finance, Banking, International Trade, Policy Analysis, as well as in Law, Informatics and Quantitative Methods. FEM was established in 1959 and since then has produced more than 17000 graduates.

Bachelor and master study programmes at the faculty of economics and management of the Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra

The Slovak Sugar Association

The Slovak Sugar Association (hereinafter referred to as "SCS") is a non-political, independent, voluntary association. SCS members are legal entities established in Slovak republic that are involved in processing of sugar beet and sugar production. SCS operates throughout the territory of the Slovak Republic and seeks to promote the interests of its members abroad.

Slovak Agricultural and Food Chamber (SPPK)

Slovak Agricultural and Food Chamber (SPPK), the representation of the SPPK members’ common interests in the formulation of the socio-economic government policy and support and protection of SPPK members’ activities in agriculture and the food industry in Slovakia. SPPK covers 38 regional chambers, 34 associations and unions. Farms, the SPPK members operate on almost 63% of agricultural land in Slovakia, with more than 70% of cattle and 50% of sheep.