EF FELU logo

Centre for Student and Career Services


The Faculty of Economics (FELU) established the Centre for Student and Career Services (CERŠ) in the year 2000.

CERŠ plays a dual role: to prepare students to enter the job market and to enable the FELU’s graduates easier access to employment while simultaneously providing Slovenian and international companies with access to quality human resources with an economics and business education background.

CERŠ for students


1. Workshops related to career development

CERŠ organises a series of workshops related to career development. At those workshops students learn how to prepare themselves to enter the job market effectively, identify their career goals, how to plan their career along with practical aspects of finding a job. More on Student-net >>>.

2. Job advertisements and company presentations

CERŠ has an efficient information system that is used by students and employers. It is the channel employers most often use when placing job advertisements. Jobs are advertised on a notice board, the website and sent by email to students in the CERŠ database. In many cases a company offering a job makes a presentation for interested students at the FELU. More on Student-net >>>.

3. Internships

CERŠ is responsible for organising, monitoring, consulting and recording a student’s internship which is a requirement of the undergraduate study programme. Finding an appropriate employer for an internship is the first step in entering the job market and that is why every student must find an employer on their own. More on Student-net >>>.

CERŠ also offers advisory assistance for students interested in internships abroad. In addition, students can receive financial assistance from EU-sponsored programmes (Erasmus, Leonardo da Vinci).

4. Student Services

CERŠ helps students with their learning process as well as choosing and pursuing career paths. Students with special needs can get advice to facilitate their participation in study activities. CERŠ organises three kinds of tutorship: for “first-year” students, for students with special needs, and course tutorials. More on Tutors.

5. Career Day

Career Day is organised under the name “Work is (Not) Looking for Me” in April each year. During Career Day several workshops are offered with topics related to career development and the day concludes with a round table.

CERŠ for employers

If you are looking for promising and reliable candidates with an economics background then the Career Service Centre is the right place to start your search! We offer on-campus recruiting and presentations of your company, counselling on internships and mentorships and participation at the different events we organise.


Why recruit at the FELU?

1. A good selection of candidates

At the FELU we have broad knowledge of our students. We follow their attendance at the seminars and other events organised by the Career Service Centre, their grades and other information that tells us more about candidates.

2. Save your advertising money

Forget expensive newspaper ads! Such ads appear just once and have a limited reach. Conversely, we send your ad out to all suitable candidates in our database and put it up on our website and notice board for (at least) one month.

3. Get to know the candidates before they start working for you

You can learn more about your potential candidates before you employ them through internships, on-campus presentations and participation at our events.


To top of page