Constantine, the Philosopher University in Nitra, is a modern educational, scientific and artistic institution that bears the name of one of the most important personalities in Nitra and Slovakia's history – Constantine the Philosopher (St. Cyril, 827 – 869). Its mission is to develop a harmonized personality, spread knowledge, wisdom, honesty, and human creativity and contribute to the development of education, culture, and health to benefit a knowledge-based society. In fulfilling its mission, the main goal of UKF is to provide university education, promote creative scientific research and encourage artistic activities.
Research is one of the key activities at the University. It aims to receive and present original research findings for the development of general knowledge. It also includes activities aimed at efficiently linking scientific research with education and supporting its employees' professional growth. Scientific research is carried out particularly through research, cultural, educational, and other projects, with scientific and professional publications as its key output. The University annually organizes important scientific, artistic, and professional events to present, advertise, and disseminate research findings from research findings.