This page provides general information for foreign students that are interested in visiting our faculty as internship students.
This page is not relevant for foreign students that intend to fully enroll in our study programs. In such cases please follow the instruction at the web recource.
The above links Winter Semester and Summer Semester list courses for one- or two-semester students’ internships. The courses are separated into two parts, since individual courses take place only in one of the two semesters.
All of the listed courses are offered to English speaking internship students.
A limited set of courses is provided as a full set of English in-class lectures; these are specifically outlined at the link Subjects in English. The rest of them are offered as a study by English literature that is accompanied with regular consultations with professors. A full access to relevant laboratory equipment is provided in both cases as well.
Exams are written and oral. A sufficient fluency in English is necessary for a successful communication during the studying process and for taking exams. As a rule of thumb, we reommend knowledge of English that is on a par with the B2 level certificate. Language certificate by itself is not required from our side; however students are fully responsible for assuring the sufficiency of language skills.
Credits (in Transcript of records as well as in any other document) are issued solely on a basis of successfully passed exams. No credits are assigned on finer-gramular levels (such as successful completion of laboratory courses). Transcript of records consist of only positively graded exams. Negative grades are neither included in transcript of records, nor they are stated in any other issued document.
Information about laboratories and their research activities are provided at the link.
For information about lecturers please visit the following link
The coordinator of international students’ relations is Assoc. Prof. Dr. Boštjan Murovec (). Please contact him regarding general questions about educational, professional and scientific aspects of study.
The office secretary for international students is Mrs. Katarina Erjavec (, tel.: +386 1 4768 209). Please contact her for paperwork issues and issuance of documents.
In addition to the above two contacts, University of Ljubljana has a separate International Office (http://www.uni-lj.si/international_cooperation_and_exchange/contacts/), which is in charge of other aspects of studying (application for financing through financing mechanisms and frameworks, information about living costs, visas, health insurances, accommodations at students’ dormitories, enrollment through web applications, and similar). These issues are not dealt with locally at our faculty, and for that matter we are not in a position to give authoritative answers to related questions.
Frequently issued calls for financing of students’ exchanges as well as financial donations are published at the web site of our national agency CMEPIUS – Centre of the Republic of Slovenia for Mobility and European Educational and Training Programmes (http://www2.cmepius.si/en/). Our faculty issues documents that students need for applications, however we are not in a position to answer the questions that are related to the published calls, and we cannot give you interpretations about the stated rules for participation.
The Slovene language course will take place from 5. September till 23 September 2016!