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  1. Study in Slovenia

    Higher education is organized at public and private universities and independent higher education institutions. Higher education is organized in three Bologna cycles. In this context, the first cycle features higher professional and academic undergraduate bachelor study programmes; the second cycle features postgraduate master’s study programmes (cycle or integrated), and the third cycle includes doctoral study programmes. Tertiary education study programmes last from 2 to 6 years. Credit points – ECTS are awarded according to student workload. One full-time study year corresponds to 60 ECTS, whereby 1 ECTS equals 25–30 hours of work or a total of 1,500 to 1,800 hours of work per year. Tertiary education entry requirements are specified by law and study programmes. Commonly, candidates shall have a certificate of general matura. The general matura gives students access to any short-cycle higher vocational or bachelor or integrated master’s higher education study programme. In case, the number of applicants exceeds the capacity, candidates with better overall grade in the matura or vocational matura and the overall grades in years 3 and 4 or grades of individual subjects in upper secondary education are selected. Candidates' success from prior studies is also taken into account even when they enrol in masters' and doctoral study programmes. Students apply to short-cycle higher vocational and higher education study programmes upon a public call for enrolment which is issued at least six months before the beginnin ...

    Category: Guidance Services Location: Slovenia
  2. International cooperation and exchange (University of Ljubljana)

    University is a member of numerous international networks like: UNICA, Utrecht Network, IRUN, EUA, EU2S2, CEI. It runs an ongoing student exchange with over 500 universities in Europe and in the region of Southern and Eastern Europe. The university also cooperates with more than a hundred universities across Europe and America, based on bilateral agreements and our membership in international networks. ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Slovenia
  3. International mobility (University of Primorska)

    The Department for Education, International Cooperation and Quality Assurance of the University of Primorska gives support to incoming and outgoing students within the framework of the Erasmus+ and other international student exchange programmes. The Department offers information on all procedures and application deadlines, as well as other information related to studying and living in Slovenia. ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Slovenia
  4. International mobility (University of Nova Gorica)

    The International Office coordinates the international activities and educational projects at the University of Nova Gorica. It offers support to students, professors, researchers and other staff of the University. ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Slovenia
  5. International relations (University of Maribor)

    Academic exchange is conducted on the basis of inter-university or inter-faculty agreements concluded with foreign partner institutions offering short study visits or longer exchanges lasting from one semester to one year. University of Maribor is being integrated into the European academic community in order to promote Slovene national identity and ensure competitiveness of Slovene intellectuals on the European labour market. For this reason, University of Maribor ensures academic mobility of both professors and students and participates in various networks of European universities at regional, national and European level. ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Slovenia
  6. Slovenian education system

    In the Republic of Slovenia, the education system is mainly organised as a public service as part of which public and private institutions and private persons who hold a concession provide accredited programmes. It is laid down by law that public schools are secular and the school environment autonomous; political and denominational activities are forbidden in public schools. The Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia (1991) stipulates freedom of choice in education, and guarantees the autonomy of higher education institutions. ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Slovenia
  7. Student accomodation

    Student accomodation URL:  http://www.uni-lj.si/students_life/student_accomodation/ Category: Moving to a country Location: Slovenia ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Slovenia
  8. Tutoring

    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' tutoring2. Subject students' tutoring3. Students' tutoring for students with special needs4. Students' tutoring for foreign students ...

    Category: Contacts Location: Slovenia
  9. eConselling

    eCounselling is a tool for effective career planning and job searching, developed by The Employement Service of Slovenia. ...

    Category: Contacts Location: Slovenia
  10. Entry and residence into the Republic of Slovenia

    The ways and conditions of entry into the Republic of Slovenia differ with regard to whether you are a citizen of a member state of the European Economic Area (European Union's member countries, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) or a third-country national (all other states).  ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Slovenia

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