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Qualification: Administrative information science engineering graduate (first-cycle academic education) (no legal status)

Administrative information science engineering graduate (first-cycle academic education) (no legal status)

Qualification Information

A student is qualified to:

(general competences)

  • demonstrate critical, analytical and synthetic thinking,
  • define, understand and creatively address professional challenges in public administration and information science fields,
  • share knowledge, technical understanding and written expression in their native language and one foreign language,
  • search for sources and critically assess information,
  • use acquired knowledge to independently resolve technical and scientific problems relating to public administration and information science, and enhance previously acquired knowledge,
  • work in a professional group.
  • work in public administration or the public sector, and in the private sector,
  • work in the field of information science in public administration or the public sector, and in the private sector,
  • analyse, synthesise, evaluate and identify problems in the fields of public administration and information science in public administration or the public sector, and in the private sector,
  • resolve problems and make decisions regarding issues in the fields of public administration and information science in public administration or the public sector, and in the private sector,
  • make decisions in complex and unexpected situations,
  • take initiative, and personal and professional responsibility, and
  • anticipate new requirements and needs in public administration or the public sector, and in the private sector.

(subject-specific competences)

  • understand and apply critical analysis methods and development theories, and apply them in solving specific technical issues,
  • develop skills in the application of knowledge in a specific vocational field,
  • demonstrate knowledge and understanding of administrative, legal, management, economic, information and organisational sciences,
  • search for new information in the fields of administration, law, economics, organisation and information science in literature and in practice, and demonstrate the ability to apply such information,
  • resolve specific professional problems through the application of scientific methods and procedures,
  • use information and communication technologies, and information systems,
  • demonstrate basic theoretical knowledge, practical knowledge and skills essential for the fields of public administration and information science,
  • understand and integrate computer and information science knowledge in other relevant technical and vocational fields (e.g. economics, organisation sciences, etc.),
  • demonstrate practical knowledge and skills in the use of software, hardware and information technologies that are necessary for the successful work of an expert in the field of computer and information science, and
  • continue studies in the second cycle.

Reference Data

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  • Matura or
  • vocational matura with additional examination, or
  • school-leaving examination prior to 1 June 1995

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University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Computer and Information Science

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Examination performance is scored as follows: 10 (excellent); 9 (very good: above-average knowledge but with some mistakes); 8 (very good: solid results); 7 (good); 6 (adequate: knowledge satisfies minimum criteria); 5–1 (inadequate). In order to pass an examination, a candidate must achieve a grade between adequate (6) and excellent (10).

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Second-cycle master's study programmes (SQF level 8)

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Students must meet all requirements defined by the study programme, totalling 164 ECTS credits, and successfully present their diploma thesis (16 ECTS credits) to complete their studies.

NQF Level: 
7
Access requirements: 
  • Matura or
  • vocational matura with additional examination, or
  • school-leaving examination prior to 1 June 1995
Ways to acquire: 

Students must meet all requirements defined by the study programme, totalling 164 ECTS credits, and successfully present their diploma thesis (16 ECTS credits) to complete their studies.