Joint programmes at the University of Ljubljana
In the spirit of one of the major goals of the Bologna Process – all-round international mobility – the University of Ljubljana promotes the cooperation of higher education teachers, students and other staff with higher education institutions abroad. This involves various forms and time frames, but systemically, the most complex type of cooperation in the educational area are definitely our joint study programmes.
Joint study programmes are study programmes leading to qualifications at levels 1, 2 or 3, which are carried out together by two or more universities or independent higher education institutions. On completing all the study obligations under these programmes, graduates as a rule receive a single joint diploma issued by the participating universities.
The Advantages of Joint Diplomas:
- they are an important means of creating a common European higher education area,
- they enable cooperation, ensuring a high level of quality and the reinforcement of trust between higher education institutions across different countries, as well as the reinforcement of trust in their quality assurance system,
- they increase transparency and enable comparability between study programmes in the EU,
- they promote the mobility of students and professors and improve the graduates’ opportunities for employment.
Brochure on Joint Programmes
- Information on joint programmes and diplomas at the University of Ljubljana
- sample endorsement letter
- sample partnership contract for a (joint) master’s programme
- sample curriculum
- sample diploma certificate
- sample diploma supplement
- application forms
Joint Study Programmes at the University of Ljubljana
1) Joint 1st-Cycle Study Programmes
2) Joint 2nd-Cycle Study Programmes
3) Joint 3rd-Cycle Study Programmes
Information on the study programmes that are available in an individual academic year and the relevant admission requirements is published on a yearly basis in the Call for Enrolment in undergraduate or postgraduate (master’s and doctoral) study programmes.