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What are the admissions criteria for undergraduate programme at the University of Ljubljana, School of Economics and Business?

University Degree Programme in Business and Economics

All applicants to the University Degree Programme must meet the following admission requirements:


High school graduate

In cases where available spots are limited:

  • Results of final exams (high school) will count towards your ranking (60%)
  • GPA during your 3rd and 4th years (high school) will count towards your ranking (40%)

Trade school graduate with successful final exam completion

In cases where available spots are limited:

  • Results of trade school final exams will count towards your ranking (20%)
  • GPA during your 3rd and 4th years (trade school) will count towards your ranking (40%)
  • Results of high school courses will count towards your ranking (40%)

For students that graduated from a four-year high school or trade school before June 1, 1995

In cases where available spots are limited:

  • Results of final exams (high school or trade school) will count towards your ranking (60%)
  • GPA during your 3rd and 4th years (high school or trade school) will count towards your ranking (40%)



Professional Degree Programme in Business Administration

The Professional Degree Programme is open to anyone having graduated from a four-year high school or trade school.

In cases where available spots are limited:

  • Results of final exams (high school or trade school) will count towards your ranking (60%)
  • GPA during your 3rd and 4th years (high school or trade school) will count towards your ranking (40%)

Office hours

  • NOTICE TO STUDENTS REGARDING OFFICE HOURS OF THE STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE

    Office hours and communication with students will take place only by e-mail through the colleagues of the Student Affairs Office.

    There will be no office hours at the school until 30 September 2020.

    If students need an individual consultation, please make an appointment with the staff of the Student Affairs Office by e-mail. At such a meeting, it is necessary to ensure that the NIJZ (National Institute of Public Health RS) guidelines are observed on both sides (employee and student).

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  • Friday:
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