Come and visit us at
Education Fair Sarajevo, learn about the possibilities to study at the University of Ljubljana. November 23, 2017, 11 a.m.- 6 p.m. and November 24, 2017, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Location
Hotel Europe Sarajevo
Vladislava Skarića 5, 71000 Sarajevo, BiH
Don't miss the opportunity to meet with the representatives of the
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Faculty of Arts.
The University of Ljubljana published an Open call for co-financing PhD students – generation 2016. The deadline for application is on Thursday, 20 October 2016, at 12 noon.
More information is published in the Call.
Every new academic year offers new opportunities for academic and personal growth, and we are looking forward to encouraging you along this exciting journey of learning and discovery.
The virtual career fair is intended for the promotion of professions and the connection of high school students with educational organizations and the private sector, and enables communication with the visitor in a similar way as in the classic fair.
The fair is expected to be
activated on 16th November 2020. The virtual booths will also enable live broadcast during the week of fair activities, from 23th to 27th November 2020. After the event, the booths with the content on the platform will remain active and accessible for the next 10 months.
We are looking forward to meeting you.
Don't miss the opportunity to meet with the representatives and learn about the possibilities to study at the University of Ljubljana in Trieste during the "Laboratory of the Future", organized by the Association of Slovenian Sport Clubs in Italy.
November 9, 2018
Kulturni dom v Trstu (Via Petronio, 4)
When we are studying, working or living in a foreign country, homesickness is a usual and inevitable reaction. We are missing to what we are attached to, what gives us a feeling of security – these are especially our relatives and friends, home place, but also our mother tongue and culture. In milder forms homesickness is a valuable challenge, because its dash of anxiety and nostalgia stimulates us to learning and adaptation to the new environment, so that we activate and keep contacts with home, relatives and friends at the same time. The heavier forms of homesickness may lead to mental disorders which manifest themselves usually as the combination of more distinct depressive and anxiety symptoms, but also this is a chance for personal growth if we are ready to look deeper in ourselves and to confront our personal history, immediate circumstances and our life vision. The deeper our insight into ourselves and our life circumstances, the easier we will find our place in the world and our life mission and our homesickness will reveal to us as part of eternal human longing for more existentialy fully lived life. This is why homesickness is worth cultivating.
On the webinar we will discuss:
Come and visit us at education fairs and conferences and learn about the possibilities to study or collaborate with the University of Ljubljana:
Welcome to Slovenian universities, welcome to Slovenia.
Student years are undoubtedly one of the most exciting periods in a person’s life. Not only is this the time when you grow as a person, but each academic year brings plenty of new skills, experiences, and discoveries. So, what would we like to share with you in this special moment, when you are entering the new school year?
It is about knowledge, but also about friendship and dedication. What we all believe in is in your growth, in your understanding in what truly helps to your life and growth generally.
Welcome to Slovenia and welcome to our institutions. We are proud that you are our member too.
Maja Makovec Brenčič,
Minister of Education, Science and Sport
INTENSIVE SUMMER COURSES FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
- SLOVENIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
- USE OF IT FOR STUDY
University of Ljubljana is inviting enroled international students to join intensive courses of the Year plus programme, organized from
July 3 to July 14, 2017: SLOVENIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE – LECTORATE 2
It is a course of Slovenian as a foreign language designed for the students already mastering the level of the Slovenian language skills provided by the Slovenian as a foreign language – lectorate 1.
More information TIME: Monday, July 3 - Friday, July 14, every day 9.a.m. - 2.p.m.
PLACE: University of Ljubljana, Kongresni trg 12, Computer room, 1st floor
The student load corresponds to 3 ECTS credit points, including 60 hours of group work.
Application open until June 20, 2017
USE OF IT FOR STUDY
It is a course designed to provide students with the skills for use of IT-supported study: how to use the relevant IT tools and software. The lectures and practical part are combined so that the students are actively participating in acquiring skills according to their interests and needs. The course is organized by the Faculty of Computer and Information Science.
TIME: Monday, July 3 - Friday, July 14, every day 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
PLACE: Faculty of Computer and Information Science, Večna pot 113
The student load corresponds to 3 ECTS credit points, including 45 hours of group work.
Application open until June 26, 2017
Come and visit us at
EDU fair 2017 in Belgrade, learn about the possibilities to study at the University of Ljubljana. March 10 and 11, 2017, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.Crowne Plaza Belgrade (Impulse Hall)
Vladimira Popovica 10, Beograd 11070, Serbia
Don't miss the opportunity to meet with the representatives of the University of Ljubljana: Faculty of Computer and Information Science, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Faculty of Social Sciences.
We will be bringing with us this fabulous app. Come to the fair and see which famous person you resemble most.
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Higher Education and Scholarships Fair 2017, learn about the possibilities to study at the University of Ljubljana. Tuesday, October 17, 2017, 10.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m.
National and University Library in Zagreb
Hrvatske bratske zajednice Street 4, Zagreb, Croatia
Map location Thursday, October 19, 2016, 10.00 a.m. – 4.00 p.m.
University departments building
Radmile Matejčić 2, Rijeka, Croatia
Don't miss the opportunity to meet with representatives of the University of Ljubljana and from the Faculty of Administration (Zagreb and Reka) and Faculty of Computer and Information Science (Reka).
Scholarships for doctoral studies are available for up to 6 (six) nationals of India for doctoral studies at higher educational institutions in the Republic of Slovenia.
Scholarships are available for the study programmes that fall into the following categories of the classification of Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia KLASIUS-P:
4. Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Computer Science or
5. Engineering, Production Technologies and Civil Engineering.
Deadline of applications: This Call for Applications has a rolling deadline, starting on its date of publication and continuing until all available funds have been spent or a maximum of 6 (six) available scholarships awarded, whatever is earlier, but no later than 15 July 2017.
A scholarship is awarded for:
Tuition fees in the respective amount but not more than €5,000.00 per individual academic year;
Living costs in the amount of €700 per month.
The Regional Platform Council for Benchmarking and Cooperation in Higher Education and Research held a meeting on the first Friday in March. The Platform currently brings together 11 universities from the Western Balkans. Namely, these are the University of Banja Luka, University of Belgrade, University of Montenegro, University of Durrës from Albania, Goce Delčev University of Štip, St. Clement of Ohrid University of Bitola, University of Ljubljana, University of Novi Sad, University of Priština, University of Tirana and the University of Zagreb.
The operations of the Platform focus primarily on the development and promotion of cooperation as well as on the preparation of joint activities in PhD studies. The purpose of the meeting was to inform Platform representatives of the activities performed while working towards an agreement on the action plan for next year. Joint lists of potential mentors and PhD committee members will be prepared shortly, along with lists for research equipment. The lists will be published on the websites of the Platform members. The Platform also calls for joint PhD programmes, which are in preparation.
Citizens of Georgia can apply to the Public Tender for Education of Foreign Citizens in Slovenia on the basis of development agreements made in 2016. The scholarships are intended for postgraduate studies in Slovenia. The application deadline is determined as opening date of submission of application, which starts on the day of publication of the public tender and ends when the resources are used or when three scholarships are awarded if this occurs sooner. The scholarships are awarded by the Slovene Human Resources Development and Scholarship Fund.
The Slovene Human Resources Development and Scholarship Fund is calling for scholarship applications for the education of nationals from the West Balkan countries to study in Slovenia in 2017. The scholarships are intended for nationals from the West Balkan countries for postgraduate studies (masters or doctoral level) in Slovenia in the field of natural sciences, technology or medicine. The application deadline is Friday, October 6, 2017.
University of Ljubljana organises Slovene language courses for international students enrolled in degree programmes and teachers of the University of Ljubljana; 5% of available places are also intended for teachers and students from other higher education institutions in the Republic of Slovenia, providing publicly recognised study programmes.
More information and application form
(applications until 10 February 2017)
University of Ljubljana has won the StudyPortals Award for Excellent International Student Satisfaction 2016. International students rated study at the University of Ljubljana with an average score of 9+ out of 10. The data was collected through www.STeXX.eu.
In the context of the Best of South-East scholarship program students or alumni of economics, business or law at universities in Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia” (F.Y.R.O.M.) will be given the opportunity to complete a trainee program or an internship program at the Steiermärkische Sparkasse Bank. Courses at the University of Graz will round off the academic training and education of the students. The program's aim is to provide the students with international further education opportunities, work experience as well as training. Furthermore, a trainee program or internship makes it easier for students to enter professional life. Candidates selected for the program will be enrolled at the University of Graz as exchange students for the duration of one year.
Details concerning the program and the application process can be found at: http://international.uni-graz.at/en/stud/incoming/s-in-mprog/bestofsoutheast/.
In case you are interested in the program, please check the program website to see whether you are eligible to apply. If that is the case send the relevant information (as also indicated on the website) to receive the application code!
Further information: Mag. Christa Grassauer (Büro für Internationale Beziehungen, Universität Graz), Tel. 0316/380-1254,
Application Deadline: 12.12.2016 (Receiving deadline for complete application scanned via email)
The University of Ljubljana organises an intensive course of Slovene for foreign students and teachers of the University of Ljubljana before the beginning of the academic year 2016/17; 5% of available places are also intended for teachers and students from other higher education institutions in the Republic of Slovenia, providing publicly recognised study programmes.
The condition for participation of students is a valid student status in the academic year 2016/17 (students must send us a proof of a valid student status, i.e. a confirmation of enrolment or letter of acceptance, with the application or until 23 September at the latest).