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Trening asertivnosti na delovnem mestu
23 Apr

Trening asertivnosti na delovnem mestu

23. April 2019 at 15:15
Location: Zdravstvena fakulteta, Zdravstvena pot 5, Ljubljana
Agile
24 Apr

Osnove agilnih metod dela

24. April 2019 at 13:00
Location: Ljubljanski univerzitetni inkubator (Vojkova cesta 63)
Matematika
25 Apr

Ploskve ali kaj (ra)združuje slovenski in ameriški krof

25. April 2019
Location: Fakulteta za matematiko in fiziko
Healthcare
09 May

Mednarodna znanstvena konferenca "Issues on preconception health care"

09. May 2019 - 10. May 2019
Location: Zdravstvena fakulteta, UL
Bioznanost
16 May

Prvi doktorski dan Bi(o)znanosti?

16. May 2019
Location: Biotehnična fakulteta, Jamnikarjeva 101, Ljubljana
Posvet
16 May

3. Slovensko posvetovanje mikroskopistov

16. May 2019 - 17. May 2019
Location: Ankaran
Predelava hrane
19 Jun

Živilstvo in prehrana med tradicijo in inovacijo

19. June 2019
Location: Biotehnična fakulteta, Oddelek za živilstvo, Predavalnica D1, Jamnikarjeva 101, Ljubljana
Kongres fizikov
04 Jul

Svetovni kongres slovenskih fizikov

04. July 2019 - 05. July 2019
Location: Fakulteta za matematiko in fiziko UL
FF Fail better
26 Aug

Filozofska poletna šola: Fail better!

26. August 2019 - 30. August 2019 at 10:00
Location: Filozofska fakulteta Univerze v Ljubljani
7. kongres socialnega dela
16 Oct

7. kongres socialnega dela

16. October 2019 - 18. October 2019
Location: Terme Vivat, Moravske toplice
Delovni terapevt
26 Oct

Pogled v prihodnost, znanstveni posvet delovnih terapevtov

26. October 2019
Location: Zdravstvena fakulteta, UL
ALUO_Prekleti delež
05 Apr

Umetnost, ki moti "uspešne" ekonomske modele

05. April 2019 - 12. May 2019
Location: Mala galerija
3D modeliranje
10 Apr

Si želite ustvarjati animirane filme, vizuelne efekte, 3D umetnije?

10. April 2019 - 24. April 2019
Location: Fakulteta za računalništvo in informatiko

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    We all face professional and personal challenges. The experiences that we gather over the years can be a source of knowledge, support and guidance for many who are just starting out on their career paths.

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Our alumni

Simona Gerenčer Pegan

Gerenčer Pegan Simona

Teaching assistant Dr Simona Gerenčer Pegan is active in the deaf-blind field, and advocates for the equality of the deaf-blind in the community. She is co-founder and secretary of the Association of Deaf-Blind of Slovenia, DLAN, and a teaching assistant at the Faculty of Social Work in Ljubljana.
Janja Avbelj

Avbelj Janja

Alumna of the University of Ljubljana, engineer at the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT). She works in the field of space technologies and remote sensing in Germany.
Marjetica Potrč

Potrč Marjetica

An artist and architect, she graduated from the Faculty of Architecture, and completed postgraduate studies in sculpture under Professor Lujo Vodopivec.
Aljoša Dekleva

Dekleva Aljoša

An internationally awarded architect, co-founder of Dekleva Gregorič architects and head of the experimental educational program AA VS Nanotourism at the Architectual Association, London. He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana and passed the Master of Architecture in London, the...
Bine Žalohar

Žalohar Bine

Passionate extreme sportsman; freestyle skier, surfer, mountain and BMX biker, parachutist, climber and underwater fisherman. He shoots film of freestyle skiing, and travels extensively for his work. He spends the majority of his time in Slovenia, Australia, Japan and Indonesia. 
Jan Cvitkovič

Cvitkovič Jan

International award-winning film and television director and screen writer, an archaeology graduate of the Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana. He lives and works in Slovenia. 
Matevž Dular

Dular Matevž

Scientist and alumnus of the UL Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, works in the area of cavitation and more broadly in the field of fluid dynamics. He is a full professor at the University of Ljubljana and the first Slovenian scientist to have obtained funds from the European Research Council (ERC)...
Mateja Svet

Svet Mateja

Alumna of the Faculty of Health Sciences in Ljubljana, she is an icon of Slovenian and Yugoslav Alpine skiing. A world champion and Olympic runner-up, she is employed today at the University Psychiatric Clinic in Ljubljana.  
Ana Šinkovec Burstin

Šinkovec Burstin Ana

An internationally successful and award-winning Slovenian pianist, and graduate of the Music Academy and Faculty of Arts of the University of Ljubljana. For the last five years her home has been in London, and recently she moved with her family to New Zealand.
Janez Škrabec

Škrabec Janez

Graduate of the Faculty of Economics in Ljubljana, successful businessman, philanthropist, and honorary consul of Morocco and Belarus in Slovenia.

Membership benefits

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My career

One’s career path is not always smooth sailing, and since we care about the success of our alumni after they complete their degrees, the university and its member institutions organise various activities that will help you find your first and all future jobs.

About us

The University of Ljubljana was founded in 1919 and is Slovenia’s oldest and largest higher education and scientific research institution. Today it has over 40,000 students, and employs more than 5600 educators, researchers, assistants and professional and administrative associates at 23 faculties and 3 art academies.