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The Career Centre of the University of Maribor provides a wide range of services for students, graduates and employers.
Support for students and graduates in their career development.
The University of Primorska and its members offer a wide range of options for acquiring additional knowledge and skills. Information on continuing education programmes, parts of study programmes, summer schools, seminars, courses, workshops and other activities. They organize workshops and counselling in the field of career planning and employment. The Career Center portal was also established, where candidates, students and other interested parties can obtain further information.
The following information is available:
• description of vocations,
• information on (upper)secondary and higher education institutions,
• information on possibilities for vocational training and study abroad,
• information on available financial aids for education and training,
• postings of educational programs,
• information on student residences,
• postings of jobs,
• directions and tools for more effective job searching,
• video clips of vocations,
• computer programs for independent planning of educational or vocational path.
eCounselling is a tool for effective career planning and job searching, developed by The Employement Service of Slovenia.
Eurodesk Slovenia is providing information for youth and youth workers.
Euroguidance Slovenia offers expert help for guidance practitioners in employment and education sector.
Europass allows the use of standard European forms, encourages the recording of formal and informal knowledge and promotes international exchange and foreign language learning.
Guuidance in adult education
The purpose of students' tutoring is offering support to students. Students tutors primarily help other students with their studies and study obligations in order to prevent them from failing or losing motivation during the studies. Students' tutoring is an important activity that enriches both involved, giving the tutor new experience and skills, forming bonds of trust between both students. Such attitude acts towards more positive approach to study, stronger interactions between fellow students and towards better study results. Students' tutoring is offered at most faculties and academies at university, in a variety of forms:
1. Introductory students' tutoring
2. Subject students' tutoring
3. Students' tutoring for students with special needs
4. Students' tutoring for foreign students
•workshops organized at individual faculties and academies;
•career camps open to all students, with topics such as self-assessment, job search, career plan, interview, written presentation, occasionally also language and computer courses, public speaking, project management and many other topics that will provide you with generic competencies for the 21st century;
•consultations about opportunities abroad, entrepreneurship, internships etc.;
•career days at faculties and academies;
•Skype consultations with career counsellors from abroad;
•so-called ‘speed dating’ events with employers;
•presentations of employers at faculties and academies, as well as visits to their premises, i.e. actual working environments.