Spatial planner, authorized person for the field of spatial planning, person authorized to procure spatial planning documentation, employee of the building office. The graduate has the competence to act in an analytical and coordinating position of spatial planning processes in landscape, socio-economic strategic and territorial planning, in the preparation of decision-making processes in spatial development and especially spatial planning practice, in state administration, in regional and local self-government, but also in the private sector in the processing of spatial and localization analyses, preparation of projects and implementation documentation, including projects of EU structural funds. It finds application in the position of inventory, monitoring and analytical work in state administration and self-government, in project and planning institutions and companies, in the private sector in development companies, investment and banking institutions and the like. His education allows him to be a person qualified for specific activities in construction in terms of special regulations. Relevant external stakeholders who have provided a statement or an affirmative opinion on the compliance of the obtained qualification with the sector-specific requirements for the performance of the profession.
It is not a regulated profession in the sense of the EU regulation.

The data obtained from the portal about the graduates of the 1st degree of Spatial Planning department clearly show that the majority of students continue their education (73% in 2018 and 94% in 2019) and the remaining graduates are employed or work as SZČO. It is clear from this data that there are 0 unemployed among the 1st degree graduates.

The data obtained from the portal about the graduates of the 2nd degree of Spatial Planning show clearly that the majority of students were employed in 2019 – 78% and 17% had contract work, mainly in the Bratislava region, and 6% continued their studies at the doctoral level. The largest group applied in the sectors – Professional, scientific and technical activities or Information and communication. Their average gross monthly salary was €1197. In 2018, it was similar, 70% of graduates were employed and 10% SZČO, 10% continued their studies. Most applied in the Bratislava region, but the average salary was higher. And that’s €1439. It is clear from these data that there are 0 unemployed among the 2nd degree graduates.