Graduate Program +2: FAQ's - Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana

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Which programmes are offered for full-time and part-time students and how many places are available for each programme?

Enrollment information for the 2017/2018 academic year.


Who may enroll in the Bologna Process Master's Degree Programme?

Candidates who meet the following requirements may enroll in the Master's Degree Programme (MSc):

  • completed the study programme for the first Bologna Cycle
  • Completed the Bachelor's Degree programme under the old programme
  • Completed equivalent education as defined in paragraphs a) and b) abroad and enrolled under the criteria that apply to candidates that completed their education in Slovenia.
The amount of time that has elapsed since the date of graduation in the programme under paragraphs a) and b) and enrollment are not important. Graduates that completed their studies several years ago may still enroll.


Who must take the placement exam for entry into the second level Bologna Process Master's Degree Programme?

Graduates who have completed the first level or Professional Degree Programme and unrelated study areas must take the placement exams.


What are the requirements for students from the Bologna 4 + 1 Programmes (for example, the Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences) or related fields?

Students in related fields of higher education institutions with four-year degrees will either received 240 ECTS for their years studied or will not receive the fill ECTS and must start from year one of the graduate


What are the admissions criteria for limited enrollment for the second-level Bologna Process Master's Degree Programme?

In accordance with Article 41 of the Law of Higher Educations, candidates are ranked in cases where the number of available spots are limited. Candidates are ranked based on their undergraduate GPA (70%) and the exam results of Type 2 and Type 3 undergraduate elective courses (30%).


What's the difference between a full-time student and a part-time student in the second-level Bologna Process Master's Degree Programme?

Full-time study is held weekly in the mornings and afternoons at the FELU in accordance with the academic calendar. Part-time study is held in the afternoons (after 5pm) any day of the week (but not more than twice a week) and on Saturday mornings, and courses will be followed in sequence.


What status does students in the second level Bologna Process Master's Degree Programme have?

Enrolled students receive a certificate of registration for the academic year indicating that they are enrolled as full-time or part-time students.


What are the next steps for students that are not accepted into the programme due to a limited number of spaces available?

Applicants will receive written notice and informed of vacancies on other Bologna Process Master's Degree Programmes and may apply. The criteria for ranking and limitation of available places remains the same, but students who applied will not be re-ranked.

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