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Published by: University of Maribor Slomškov trg 15, 2000 Maribor, Slovenia Email: Telephone:

erasmus@um.si +386 2 23 55 280

Editor-in-chief: Prof. Zdravko Kačič, PhD, Rector Editors: Uroš Kline Anja Simonič Authors: University of Maribor, International Relations Office Design and layout: Anja Simonič Photography: Mitja Florjanc Ana Milovan Dejan Žagar Archive of the University of Maribor Archive of ESN Maribor ISSN 1854-6021 Number of copies: 1200 September 2018

The publication was prepared and published with the financial support of the European Commission within the framework of Erasmus+. The content of the publication is the sole responsibility of the publisher and the European Commission is not liable for any use that may be made of the information.


Table of contents An introductory word from the Rector 

UNIVERSITY OF MARIBOR  General description  UM facts 2016/2017 Tradition  Faculties  Academic year  Grading system 

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International Relations Office (IRO)  10 Exchange in Maribor  12 Erasmus+ (programme countries)  International Credit Mobility

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Erasmus+ coordinators  14 Full time study  16 Slovene language courses and exams  17 Tuition fees  19 Recognition of foreign education for the purpose of further eduation  19

STUDYING IN MARIBOR 

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Visa (non EU citizens)  Residence permit Health Insurance

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Necessary formalities 

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Accommodation 

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Subsidized students meals (Students coupons)  Language support  The University library 

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Student dormitory 22 Private accommodation 22 Temporary accommodation23

ERASMUS STUDENT NETWORK MARIBOR  28 Our little piece of Heaven - ESN Maribor  Buddy system  ESN Maribor projects and events 

Some of semester projects Some of weekly projects All year around 

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Other student organisations 

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I FEEL SLOVENIA 

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MARIBOR 

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About the country  SLO facts  MB facts  Travelling to Maribor  Mobility inside Maribor and Slovenia  Free time  Places to visit Food and drinks Shopping centres Leisure and sport Culture Nightlife

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GENERAL MEDICAL FACILITIES National Holidays Costs of living in Maribor Slovene quickie

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"The University of Maribor is a globally recognized ecosystem of innovation in which students, faculty and administrative staff enthusiastically engage in creative activity. Create your future!"


An introductory word from the Rector Welcome to the University of Maribor. With this information guide, we would like to inform you about the University of Maribor and the town of Maribor. Our aim is to support you in your integration into student life in Maribor as well as to provide answers to the most frequent and usual questions that you probably have before or upon your arrival and stay in Maribor at our university. The University of Maribor is a university supporting open access to science and knowledge, internationalisation and knowledge transfer. We put high efforts in providing our international guests, students and scholars the best possible services and support and are very proud that these efforts have been awarded by several institutions, e.g. the national agency. We are active in various mobility programmes, mainly in Erasmus+, CEEPUS, Marie Curie and Jean Monnet. We call this information handbook „Survival Guide“, because it makes your living in Maribor much easier and less stressful. Thus, we advise you to read it carefully as well as keep it at hand. This way, you will be able to find many answers to questions you come across without always having to seek assistance of other people. This Survival Guide is not meant to prevent you from contacting the university’s staff, but to shorten the time of getting answers to predicted and frequently asked questions, so feel free to turn to us in case of need for information, especially additional things that may occur during your stay or special needs that you might have. We dispose of a very good network of student associations and an experienced team to support you and make your adventure at the University of Maribor a pleasant one to remember. You will see from this Guide that there is much to see and witness here, also besides the academic part.

Prof. dr. Zdravko Kačič, rector of University of Maribor

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Contact information NAME AND ADRESS:

University of Maribor (Univerza v Mariboru) SlomĹĄkov trg 15 2000 Maribor, Slovenia Telephone: Telefax: Email: Website:

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+386 (0)2 23 53 280 +386 (0)2 23 53 211 erasmus@um.si www.um.si


UNIVERSITY OF MARIBOR General description The University of Maribor is the second biggest and the second oldest university in Slovenia. Around 13.407 students study at the University of Maribor. It has seventeen faculties which offer undergraduate and postgraduate study programmes. The University of Maribor is a regional developer and our faculties are located not only in the city of Maribor, but also in other parts of Slovenia. The mission of the University of Maribor is based on honesty, curiosity, creativity, freedom of spirit, cooperation and knowledge transfer in the field of science, art and education. Concerned with mankind and sustainable development, the University of Maribor expands knowledge, raises awareness, and promotes humanistic values as well

as the culture of dialogue, quality of life and global justice.

UM facts Founded: in 1975 Member institutions: * 17 faculties * 1 administrative unit-Rectorat * Student hall (15 units) * Sport centre Leon Štukelj * University library Students in numbers: * 9.549 undergraduate students 3.858 postgraduate students Study programmes: 184 Teaching staff: 910 Researchers: 183 Administrative staff: 692

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Tradition The beginnings of higher education in Maribor date back to the 19th century when in 1859 bishop Anton Martin Slomšek moved the seat of the Lavantine diocese from St. Andraž in Lavantal to Maribor and soon afterwards established a Slovenian seminary. That gave Maribor its first institution of higher education which became an important focal point of Slovenian religious, national, cultural and scientific thought in the Slovenia Štajerska region. The immediate forerunner of the present-day University of Maribor is the Association of Higher Education Institutions in Maribor, which was established in 1961 and joined the first colleges, established in the period between 1959 and 1961. The oldest among them was the School of Economics and Commerce.

Faculties The Higher Education Institution became an important academic centre gradually and in 1975 the University of Maribor was created. Over time it developed into many different faculties. »» Faculty of Economics and Business »» Faculty of Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering and Architecture »» Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering »» Faculty or Arts »» Faculty of Natural Science Mathematics »» Faculty of Health Science »» Faculty of Logistic »» Faculty of Energy Technology

»» Faculty of Tourism »» Faculty Electrical Engineering and Computer Science »» Faculty of Education »» Faculty of Mechanical Engineering »» Faculty of Agriculture and Life Science »» Faculty of Law »» Faculty of Medicine »» Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security »» Faculty of Organizational Science

Not all of the faculties are located in Maribor. The Faculty of Agriculture and Life Science in located in Hoče, the Faculty of Organizational Science in located in Kranj, the Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security is located in Ljubljana, the Faculty of Logistic in Celje and Krško, the Faculty of Energy Technology in Krško and Velenje and the Faculty of Tourism in Brežice. The rest of the faculties are spread all over the city of Maribor.

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Academic year Monday, 24. September — Friday, 28. September 2018

Welcome Week for Beginners

Monday, 1. October 2018

Start of Winter Semester Lectures

Thursday, 27. December — Monday, 31. December 2018

Christmas and New Year's Holidays *

Friday, 25. January 2019

End of Winter Semester Lectures

Monday, 28. January — Friday, 22. February 2019

Winter Examination Period

Monday, 28. January 2019

Rector's Day*

Monday, 25. February 2019

Start of Summer Semester Lectures

Tuesday, 14. May 2019

Students' Day*

Friday, 14. June 2019

End of Summer Semester Lectures

Monday, 17. June — Friday, 12. July 2019

Summer examination period

Monday, 19. August — Friday, 13. September 2019

Fall examination period

Wednesday, 18. September 2019

Day of the University of Maribor

Monday, 30. September 2019

End of the academic year

* lectures free days

Grading system Grades ranges from 1 to 10, 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest possible grade. You need to get at least a 6 to pass the exam.

Grading scale Slovenian

value

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INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION International Relations Office (IRO)

viser is available for undergraduate students, as well as PhD students.

International Relations Office helps to develop and sustain the range of partnerships, networks, research and teaching relationships and student/ staff exchange links that University of Maribor has with institutions of academic excellence around the world.

You can find information about scholarships offered to foreign students here:

The IRO gives new, incoming international students a warm welcome and helps them before and after their arrival at University of Maribor. The team provides information and support paying attention to the particular needs of international students. The exchange student adviser is available for specific matters related to exchange students; the international student ad-

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CMEPIUS, Centre of the Republic of Slovenia for Mobility and European Educational and Training Programmes www.cmepius.si E-mail: info@cmepius.si

Slovene Human Resources Development and Scholarship Fund www.sklad-kadri.si/en/ E-mail: info@sklad-kadri.si

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Did you know... 500 ... that there are almost ribor Ma in nts de stu exchange r? yea ry eve er per semest

If you decide to do an Erasmus+ practical placement in Slovenia, you should contact your home HE Institution for information about application procedure etc., but you can also contact your Erasmus+ faculty coordinator or IRO at the University of Maribor for some help with finding placement in Slovenia. Students at the Erasmus+ practical placement are legitimate to subsidized student meals, dormitory etc.

Contact information INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OFFICE SlomĹĄkov trg 15, 2000 Maribor (Room 112) Telephone: +386 (0)2 23 55 322 E-mail: erasmus@um.si Website: www.um.si/en/international/

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Exchange in Maribor Erasmus+ (programme countries) More information: http://www.um.si/en/ international/erasmus/

Application procedure: 1. Apply for individual password. https:// studentexchange.um.si/ADPrijava.aspx 2. Complete electronic Application Form - it's actually Learning Agreement (Student exchange program: Erasmus+ study). You have to send us our version of Learning Agreement! 3. Choose your study units. Please check if the subject is offered in the right semester - click on the info button before selecting the subject! You can choose subjects from up to 3 different faculties. 4. Print out the fully completed Application Form (Learning Agreement). 5. Obtain signature from Erasmus+ academic coordinator at your home university. A university stamp is also obligatory. 6. Request a Transcript of Records from your home university. The transcript can be in any form including computer print outs from your university registry's office. It must be written in English. 7. We require an assessment of your English language skills (on the level of B1 at least in line with CEFR), so you can either (choose 1 option only): »» send us a document, stating your English language knowledge lev-

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el, signed and stamped by English teacher from your home institution. »» send us a copy of any English language certificate you might have, but it shouldn’t be older than two years. Printed results of your OLS test are not valid! Please note that if we, after your arrival to the University of Maribor, assess that your English language skills are below the level you will state in one of the above mention documents (so the information you will send us is not true), we can decide you are no longer welcome as Erasmus+ student at the University of Maribor. 8. Make a copy of your identity document (identity card or passport). 9. All required documents: »» Application Form with selected subjects (Learning Agreement) - signed and stamped by home university; »» Transcript of Records; »» Certificate of your English language knowledge; »» Copy of your identity document (identity card, passport); ... must be sent by your Erasmus coordinator to the following email address: incoming.erasmus@um.si All documents have to be in PDF format.

Deadlines: 1st semester: 1st July (for visa applicants - 1st June) 2nd semester: 1st December (for visa applicants - 1st November)

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International Credit Mobility More information: http://www.um.si/en/ international/credit-mobility/

Before applying to the call, a student shall check the list of partner institutions, fields and levels of study within the table of bilateral agreements. In line with the published possibilities, a student selects the partner institution (receiving institution) where he or she wishes to pass a part of the regular study obligations. A student shall check internal procedures for the application for mobility for a study period abroad at the sending home institution.

The application has to contain: 1. Learning Agreement for Studies (encompasses the application and the learning agreement) accessible at following link: https://studentexchange. um.si/ (Student exchange program: Erasmus+ Credit Mobility!) . It has to be confirmed by the student and the Erasmus+ coordinator or responsible person at the department or faculty and the institutional coordinator or responsible person of the sending institution.* 2. Transcript of records on all passed exams for all levels of study. 3. Confirmation of English language knowledge on the level of B1 at least in line with CEFR (http://www.coe.int/t/ dg4/linguistic/cadre1_en.asp). Knowledge of English language is proven by

a verified confirmation by the English teacher at the home department or by presentation of a TOEFL result 42 (IBT) or more, IELTS 4.0 or more, or by another equal certificate. 4. Signed declaration on eventual already conducted student mobility. 5. Signed declaration on the state of residence, birth and citizenship. 6. Motivation letter up to a max. 1 A4 page signed by the applicant. 7. Curriculum Vitae (Europass) with mentioned additional activities. 8. Valid actual confirmation on enrolment. 9. Copy of a valid personal document (passport or ID). *Students applying for preparation of a diploma, master or doctoral thesis have to attach also the ÂťMobility Activity PlanÂŤ confirmed by the student and the Erasmus+ coordinator or other responsible person at the sending institution to the application.

The complete application has to be sent to the Erasmus+ coordinator or other responsible person of the International Relations Office of the domestic institution. Please ask your IRO about the deadline.

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Erasmus+ coordinators Below is the list of the faculties with contact information for their administration office. Students can contact faculties’ coordinators about academic topics. Their names and contact information also appear below. Faculty of Economics and Business

www.epf.um.si/en/

mag. Sanja Kocijan

sanja.kocijan@um.si

Faculty Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

feri.um.si/en/

prof. dr. Matjaž Colnarič mag. Barbara Ferbežer

erasmus.feri@um.si

Faculty of Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering and Architecture

www.fg.um.si/eng/

lekt. Sabina Mulej (Erasmus faculty coordinator) mag. Damijana Zlatolas (administrative assistant) doc. dr. Kaja Pogačar (assistant for Architecture) viš. pred. mag. Beno Mesarec (assistant for Traffic and Transportation Eng.)

sabina.mulej@um.si erasmus.fgpa@um.si kaja.pogacar@um.si beno.mesarec@um.si

Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

www.fkkt.um.si/en/

red. prof. dr. Peter Krajnc

peter.krajnc@um.si

Faculty of Natural Science Mathematics

www.fnm.um.si

doc. dr. Nataša Pipenbaher

erasmus.fnm@um.si

Faculty of Medicine

www.mf.um.si/index.php/en/

prof. dr. Breda Pečovnik Balon mag. Milena Orož Črešnar

breda.balon@guest.um.si milena.oroz@um.si

Faculty of Health Science

www.fzv.um.si/en/

Maja Štiglic

maja.stiglic@um.si fzv.erasmus@um.si

Faculty of Energy Technology (located in Krško and Velenje) izr. prof. dr. Sebastijan Seme, Jerneja Klemenčič

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sebastijan.seme@um.si jerneja.klemencic@um.si

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Faculty of Tourism (located in Brežice)

www.ft.um.si/en/

doc.dr. Mitja Gorenak

mitja.gorenak@um.si

Faculty of Law

www.pf.um.si/en/

izr. prof. dr. Suzana Kraljič, izr. prof. dr. Rebeka Livić

suzana.kraljic@um.si rebeka.livic@um.si

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

www.fs.um.si

doc. dr. Nataša Vujica Herzog (Mechanical Eng.), doc. dr. Julija Volmajer Valh (Textile Eng.)

fs.erasmus@um.si

Faculty of Education

www.pf.um.si/en/

Jelena Krivograd

jelena.krivograd@um.si

Faculty or Arts

www.ff.um.si/?language_id=1

doc.dr. Tomaž Onič mag. Alenka Marušič

tomaz.onic@um.si alenka.marusic@um.si

Faculty of Agriculture and Life Science

fkbv.um.si/en/international-relations

doc. dr. Silva Grobelnik Mlakar silva.grobelnik@um.si doc. dr. Anastazija Gselman anastazija.gselman@um.si Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security (locat- www.fvv.um.si/en/ ed in Ljubljana) doc. dr. Aleš Bučar Ručman Faculty of Logistic (located in Celje and Krško) doc. dr. Matevž Obrecht Vid Mlejnik Faculty of Organizational Science (located in Kranj) doc. dr. Uroš Rajkovič

ales.bucar@fvv.um.si fl.um.si/en/ matevz.obrecht@um.si vid.mlejnik@um.si www.fov.uni-mb.si/sl/ uros.rajkovic@fov.uni-mb.si

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Full time study

Knowledge of Slovenian

APPLICATION AND ENROLMENT IN UNDERGRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

Since all courses at the University of Maribor are conducted in Slovenian, knowledge of Slovenian is recommended.

Foreign citizens and Slovenians without Slovene citizenship can apply for enrolment in the 1st year of under-graduate study programmes via the e-application in eVŠ: http://portal.evs.gov.si/prijava/?locale=en.

Faculties that require a Slovene language certificate: before enrolment in the first year of undergraduate study programmes: »» Faculty of Education, with the exception of programme Music Education (I);

Citizens of the EU countries have the right to education at higher education institutions in the Republic of Slovenia under the same conditions, under the same procedure and under the same deadlines as Slovenian citizens.

General requirements for enrolment in the 1 st year of undergraduate study programmes Foreign citizens and Slovenians without Slovene citizenship can enrol in the first year of undergraduate study programmes if they meet the following requirements: »» completed secondary education; »» knowledge of Slovenian; »» completed recognition procedure for secondary-school certificates obtained abroad; »» completed test of specific capacities, abilities and skills.

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»» Faculty of Arts (I); »» Faculty of Medicine (*), »» Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics; only for the study programme Subject Teacher (I). before enrolment in the second year of undergraduate study programmes: »» Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (B); »» Faculty of Law (B); »» Faculty of Education (programme Music Education) (I); »» Faculty of Health Sciences (B); »» Faculty of Criminal Justice (I), »» Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (B). I – intermediate level; B – basic level;

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* All canndidates need a Slovenian language certificate of level C2, regarding the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). As a fulfilled enrolment condition is considered a taken exam of Slovenian language at final exam (Slovenian matura), certificate of last year the subject was carried out at secondary school, certificate of Slovenian language of level C2 or other equivalent document. Other faculties do not require a Slovene language certificate for enrolment in undergraduate study programmes.

Slovene language courses and exams

Candidates who have completed their primary or secondary education in Slovenia or bilingual secondary school abroad or have already obtained an undergraduate degree in Slovenia do not have to take the Slovene language exam. BASIC LEVEL

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL

AndragoĹĄki zavod Maribor Maistrova 5, 2000 Maribor

Faculty of Arts UM KoroĹĄka 160, 2000 Maribor

Phone: +386 (0)2 23 41 111 E-mail: info@azm-lu.si

BASIC, INTERMEDIATE AND HIGHER LEVEL

Centre for Slovene as a Second/ Foreign Language Phone: +386 (0)2 22 93 775 Kongresni trg 12, E-mail: gjoko.nikolovski@um.si 1000 Ljubljana Phone: +386 (0)1 241 86 47 E-mail: izpitni.center@ff.uni-lj.si Webpage: www.centerslo.net

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APPLICATION AND ENROLMENT IN POSTGRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES Candidates can submit their application for enrollment into postgraduate study programmes to the relevant faculty of University of Maribor from the publishing of the call for application. Should after this period remain free enrolment slots at the study programmes, the candidates can apply in the second application period in September. The exact dates will be published with call for application at the university’s web page not latest than March 31. An application for enrollment must contain an application and proof of fulfilled admission requirements for enrollment into 2nd degree study programmes and 3rd degree study programmes, that are specified in the call for enrollment for an individual study programme. All candidates must submit an electronic application on web portal eVŠ, which can be found at: http://portal.evs. gov.si/prijava/?locale=en

EU citizens and citizens of countries with which the Republic of Slovenia has concluded bilateral agreements have the right to education at higher education institutions in the Republic of Slovenia.

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Admission requirements Requirements for enrolment in master’s study programmes (second-cycle): »» completed bachelor’s (first-cycle) programme in a relevant subject area; »» completed vocational or academic programme approved prior to 11 June 2004; »» equivalent degree programme completed abroad. Requirements for enrolment in Ph.D study programmes (third-cycle): »» completed gramme;

second-level

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»» completed master’s (second-cycle) programme corresponding to 300 ECTS credits; »» completed academic programme approved prior to 11 June 2004; »» completed vocational programme approved prior to 11 June 2004 and specialisation programme; »» completed academic programme approved prior to 11 June 2004 and specialisation programme; »» completed master’s programme approved prior to 11 June 2004; »» equivalent degree programme completed abroad.

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Detailed admission requirements are laid down for each programme and are available at the university’s web page: http://www.um.si/en/Study/ about/Pages/Call-for-Application1718---postgraduates.aspx

Tuition fees Foreign citizens residing in the Republic of Slovenia who (or their parents/ guardians) are residents and taxable persons in the RS at the time of enrolment, citizens of EU Member States countries, citizens of countries with which the RS has concluded bilateral agreement, are exempted from paying the tuition fee for full time undergraduate and postgraduate master’s study programmes (second-cycle).

Recognition of foreign education for the purpose of further eduation Pursuant to the Act on Assessment and Recognition of Education, schools, other education establishments and higher education institutions are competent for recognition of previously obtained foreign education for the purpose of further education. Recognition of foreign education for the purpose of further education in the Republic of Slovenia is a procedure by which, in the course of enrolment, holders of foreign certificates and diplomas are issued decisions recognizing their right to continue education in the Republic of Slovenia. On the basis of this decision the school shall enroll the holder in the appropriate education programme. Applicants who are holders of foreign certificates and who wish to study at the University of Maribor are able to make an application for recognition of their foreign certificates together with their application for study at eVŠ web portal. For more information and guidelines please visit the web site: www.um.si, “Study/Recognition of education.”

For specific information about the Recognition of foreign education for the purpose of further education at University of Maribor, please contact: recognition@um.si +386(0)2 23 55 263

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STUDYING IN MARIBOR Necessary formalities Visa (non EU citizens) Foreign citizens who are subject to visa requirement are obligated to apply for a visa prior to their entry into Slovenia, at the authorized Slovenian diplomatic mission/consular post. If there is no Slovenian diplomatic mission or consular post in the applicant’s country, an application for a visa may be submitted to the nearest Slovenian diplomatic mission/consular post. A foreign citizen is required to get a visa before entering Slovenia, in accordance with the visa system prescribed by the Slovene government. It can take 2 months to get a visa, so don’t forget to apply on time! A visa is not required for EU citizens.

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More information about visa requirements: http://www.um.si/en/international/credit-mobility/Pages/Visa-and-Residence-Permit. aspx www.mzz.gov.si/en/travel_and_visa_information/visa_information/

Residence permit As a student in Slovenia, you are obliged to obtain a residence permit during your stay here. If your application is OK, you will receive a residence permit for the purpose of studying in Slovenia. Students have to apply for a residence permit on-site in Maribor. A residence permit in a Member State for the purpose of studying is mandatory for all foreign students. Within three days of arriving to Maribor, you need to confirm your residence

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Where can you get your residence permit? ADDRESS: Municipality of Maribor (Mestna občina Maribor) Office for Foreigners (room 11) Prešernova 6, 2000 Maribor

You can find all the necessary documents at the following webpage: www.um.si/en/international/erasmus/ Pages/Visa-and-residence-permit.aspx

permit at the Municipality of Maribor, Office for Foreigners. Your full application MUST HAVE: »» Application form. »» Copy of a valid Identity card or Passport and the original as a proof. »» Copy of your Acceptance letter and the original (as a proof that you are enrolled in a recognized educational institution). »» Copy of your European health insurance card (and the original as a proof) or other health insurance policy, but it has to be translated into Slovene language or English language. »» Declaration of finances. »» Confirmation of your EMŠO number - you will receive that at the registration at your faculty »» Personal photo of 3,5 x 4,5 - a proper photo on a photo paper. »» Declaration of temporary residence: * If you are staying in a private accommodation: confirmation from your private accommodation – Signed contract or Declaration of owner. Print it out from our website or you can

OFFICIAL HOURS: Monday and Tuesday from 8:00 to 15:00 Wednesday from 8:00 to 12:00 and from 13:00 to 18:00 Friday from 8:00 to 13:00

If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to contact your mentor or ESN Maribor (info@esn-mb.org) to help you with the procedure.

get it in our office - the owner of the accommodation/flat, where you are staying, should fill it in and sign it - as an alternative to that you can also bring a copy of your lease contract; * If you are staying in the Student dormitories, they will take care of that (you' ll need a personal photo 3,5 × 4,5 cm). »» Pay the tax – around 12 € (you pay tax at the office for foreigners). If you are a resident of the Student dormitories, please notify them about your completed residence permit!

Non EU countries: It is obligatory for students from non EU countries to have a residence permit/visa before coming to Slovenia - it doesn't matter how long they will study here. Students must apply for a temporary residence permit at the Slovenian embassy, consular or diplomatic mission at home or in the nearest country. After arriving to Maribor, you need to confirm your residence at the Office for Foreigners.

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INTERNATIONAL STUDYING IN MARIBOR COLLABORATION Health Insurance All foreign students must have health insurance during their stay in Slovenia. Students from EU countries need a Health Insurance Card and photocopies of it. Students from countries outside the EU must bring a document confirming that they have insurance in their home country, along with their passport. More information: http://www.um.si/en/international/erasmus/Pages/Insurance-Healthcare.aspx

Accommodation Student dormitory We can offer you accommodation in 3 campuses: Gosposvetska, Tyrševa and Quadro, but the beds for Erasmus students in the student dormitories are limited. The rooms are mostly double, kitchen, bathroom and toilets are shared. In the student dorms blankets, pillows and bed-sheets are in the room, but you should bring your own towels. All rooms have an internet connection; you just need your UTP cable. All campuses are located near the centre and offer plenty of opportunities for sport and recreation. On campuses students can use free of charge: fitness facilities, computer centre with computers and free internet access, music room and room for parties. All dorms also have night and day security. You must pay a security deposit before your arrival, which will be refunded after your departure if there is no damage done to your room. You also have to pay the rent for the whole semester in one single instalment. More information about accommodation: http://www.um.si/en/international/erasmus/Pages/Accommodation.aspx www.studentskidomovi.um.si under FOREIGN STUDENTS.

Private accommodation A bit more expensive and comfortable way of staying in Maribor is renting a private room or a flat. You are advised to book a temporary accommodation before your arrival, until you find the best place to live during your studies in Maribor. We suggest that you check the advertisements when you arrive with the help of a Slovene student – your mentor. Renting a private room will cost you from 150 – 250 EUR per month plus expenses.

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You can check the websites below where you can find lots of student rooms and apartments: www.kamrica.net www.realestate-slovenia.info

You can join Facebook Group: Erasmus Maribor Accommodation. In Facebook group you should read the pin post first, there are basic information how to start searching and who you can contact to help you. Erasmus Maribor Accommodation group also offers posts with latest available private accommodation options.

There is alway s an ESN Maribor m em ber responsible to help foreign st udents with the accom modation. For more inform ation contact info@esn-mb. org.

Temporary accommodation If you are looking for a place to stay a couple of days or a week, you can book a hostel. You can find some links to temporary accommodation below: Hostel Pekarna Ob Ĺželeznici 16, 2000 Maribor

www.mkc-hostelpekarna.si hostelpekarna@mkc.si

Youth Hostel Uni Hotel Volkmerjev prehod 7, 2000 Maribor

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Subsidized students meals (Students coupons) Slovenia is the only country in Europe with the coupons systems. This means that you can eat a nice student meal in certain restaurants in Maribor or everywhere in Slovenia for 3 EUR on average. The rest of the meal's price is subsidized by the Slovenian Government. The system is digitalized and you have two options: you can use your mobile phone with a Slovenian number (you will be able to get a SIM card from ESN Maribor or mobile operator shops) or you order a special card which costs 15 EUR and you receive it within 5 working days. At the registration you’ll receive an activation number to active your account on www.studentska-prehrana.si. You can check how many coupons you have, where you have already eaten, etc. While in restaurant, call 1808 (it is a free number, so it works also if you don’t have any credit on your mobile phone) and show your ID.

Procedure of registration: 1. You get an EMŠO at your faculty. 2. Register on the website www.

studentska-prehrana.si/Pages/News. aspx. Write down the number at

the end of registration.

3. Make sure your mobile phone is unlocked and you’ve got a Slovenian SIM card (you can get it at the ESN Maribor office). 4. To activate your phone or to order the card, go to Gosposvetska 86; 5. Go for a tasty meal in a restaurant.

You can eat 2 meals per day with 4 hours interval between meals. The prices of meals differ from restaurant to restaurant, their location and meals they offer. For some coupons you can get a sandwich or a hamburger and for others a whole meal with soup, main dish, salad and dessert. You can find the list of the restaurants at: www.studentska-prehrana.si/Pages/Directory. aspx.

If you order a drink or a meal that exceeds the price of the subsidized meal, you need to pay the price difference.

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Language support Usually, all courses for Erasmus+ students are held in English. If the classes are in Slovene, professor will help you with consultations, literature and exams, which will be in English. University of Maribor organizes Slovene language course at the beginning of each semester, which is worth 2 ECTS. You will receive all information about language course after your arrival.

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The University library The Library Information System of the University of Maribor (KISUM) consists of the University of Maribor Library and 10 faculty libraries and libraries of institutions of higher education. The libraries operate as a unified system; however, they are organizational-administrative units of the faculties. The roles of the KISUM are as follows: organizational (the libraries cooperate through the subject specialists), informative (access to information about library materials), pedagogical (unified organization of library users’ education), bibliographic (unified development and management of the bibliographies of university professors and researchers), archival storage (unified care for security and protection of the materials). The central library‘s building is located in the close of the rector’s offices. Other libraries are placed on the premises of each faculty.

ČUK The multipurpose reading room ČUK is meant for students and other University of Maribor Library users, who use the Library as study room also in the evening hours. ČUK is located on the Library’s ground floor (separated entrance next to the coffee shop) and offers 40 study places. In order to use the ČUK you have to be member of the University of Maribor Library. The ČUK reading room is opened from Monday to Friday between 12.00 and 24.00 and on Saturdays from 12.00 to 18.00.

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Contact information UNIVERSITY OF MARIBOR LIBRARY Gospejna 10, 2000 Maribor Telephone: E-mail: Website:

+386 (0)2 25 07 400 ukm-tajnistvo@um.si www.ukm.um.si

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ERASMUS STUDENT NETWORK MARIBOR Our little piece of Heaven – ESN Maribor Erasmus Student Network or shortly ESN is one of the biggest non-profit interdisciplinary student organisations in Europe, which was founded in 1989. Its aim is to support and develop student exchange and provide an intercultural experience. On the other side, it also offers so called “internationalisation at home” to those students who cannot access a period abroad. We work by the principle “students helping students”. ESN is present in 38 countries and has more than 500 sections all over Europe. There are around 13.500 volunteers who annually help and offer services to 160.000 exchange students. You can find more about ESN at: www.esn.org.

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ESN Maribor was established in 2001, as an independent association, which is working hand in hand with the International relations office of the University of Maribor and the National Agency for European programmes of mobility. The mission of ESN Maribor is to help with the integration of Erasmus and other foreign students into the local environment. It is part of the Erasmus Student Network and is composed out of Slovenian student volunteers who were or are going on exchange. As the most active section in Slovenia, we have more than 40 active members, more than 100 mentors and we help around 400-500 exchange students per semester. All our members and buddies are volunteers, who don’t get any salaries or pay any fees.

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n, you can For more informatio ordinator: co y dd contact our bu g buddy@esn-mb.or

ESN Maribor is also a part of ESN Slovenia together with ESN Ĺ OUM, ESN Ljubljana, ESN LU, ESN Kranj and ESN Primorska.

Buddy system Being a stranger in a foreign land, lost and not knowing anyone is not the best feeling in the world. That’s why we have our buddies.

Who is a buddy? He/she is a Slovenian volunteer student, who "adopts" an exchange student, makes sure he/she feels like at home and helps him/her through the first steps of living in Maribor.

The goal of the buddy system is to help the Erasmus students to establish a social and academic network in Maribor. The Buddy Program is designed especially to introduce Erasmus students to the city, the places to go out and to integrate them in our way of life. Before your arrival, your buddy will answer your questions that concern your well-being in the city and how to reach the city. When you arrive, your buddy will take you to see the city, the places to go out and places to go shopping etc. and he/she can also introduce you to his/her Slovenian friends. He/She will help you with the formalities like residence permit, introduce you food coupons system, help you open a bank account etc.

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INTERNATIONAL ERASMUS STUDENT COLLABORATION NETWORK MARIBOR Local Slovenian students (buddies) also know where to find the cheapest beer in the city, where you can eat excellent food or party till the morning. They know which bus to take to visit beautiful parts of the city and where to go bowling or play billiard. Remember, your buddy does this voluntary, meaning that he/she likes to do all these things with you; however, your buddy is not responsible for cleaning up your mess. For more information, you can contact our buddy coordinator: buddy@esn-mb.org

ESN Maribor projects and events ESN Maribor organizes various events and activities for foreign and Slovenian students.

Some of semester projects * Welcome Weeks – official kick-off to an unforgettable Erasmus Exchange at the University of Maribor. * Trips – go for a trip around Slovenia, Italy, Croatia and other places. * Erasmus Awards – the Oscars in Erasmus style. * Responsible party – party hard, but party responsibly as well.

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Some of weekly projects * Erasmus Wednesday theme parties – have a break between your study & go for a theme party. * Sports day – have fun and be healthy . * Polyglot cafe – learn a few words in every language

All year around ESNcard ESNcard offers foreign student’s discounts for rent a car, various bars, restaurants, Ryanair and free/cheaper entries to events organized by ESN Maribor office and it's valid all over the Europe. You can check the list of discounts on the ESN Maribor page and the ESNcard page for other countries: esncard.org

SocialErasmus Erasmus is an opportunity to get to know new cultures and education systems and it can be an inspiration for life. The aim of the SocialErasmus project is to allow international students to benefit at the utmost from the local community and enrich the latter through the international background of the students. It also promotes a social attitude amongst international students all over Europe.

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ERASMUS STUDENT NETWORK MARIBOR Outgoing project Because Erasmus is one of the best things that can happen in a student’s life, we try to encourage Slovenian students to dare and go abroad in order to expand horizon, get to know people from other countries and cultures and become more independent. Help us to promote mobility by presenting your experience.

MOVI̒IN EUROPE PROJECT Help us to promote ESN project Movi̒in Europe by presenting your experience.

STUDENTS' ORGANIZATION OF THEUNIVERSITY OF MARIBOR (ŠOUM) Študentska organizacija Univerze v Mariboru Gosposvetska 83, 2000 Maribor Telephone: +386 (0)2 228 56 00 E-mail: soum@soum.si Website: www.soum.si

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AIESEC MARIBOR

(Association Internationale des Etudiants en Sciences Economiqueset Commerciales) Razlagova 14, 2000 Maribor Telephone: +386 (0)2 229 02 18 E-mail: info.mb@si.aiesec.org

IAESTE LC MARIBOR (The International Association for Exchange of Students for Technical Experience) Smetanova 17 (room A - 308), 2000 Maribor Telephone: +386 (0)2 229 43 98 E-mail: maribor@iaeste.si Website: maribor.iaeste.si

Other student organisations

ESN ŠOUM

and activities for foreign students, such as Slovenian language course, trips and sport events.

AEGEE (Association des EtatsGeneraux des Etudiants de l ’Europe) Mladinska ulica 9, 2000 Maribor Telephone: +386 (0)2 250 42 68 E-mail: info@aegee-maribor.si Website: www.aegee-maribor.si

BEST (Board of European Students of Technology) Gosposvetska 83, 2000 Maribor Telephone: +386 (0)2 228 66 00

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Contact information ESN Maribor (ESN at UM) SlomĹĄkov trg 15, 2000 Maribor E-mail: info@esn-mb.org Website: www.esn-mb.org Facebook: ESN Maribor

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I FEEL SLOVENIA About the country Slovenia lies in the heart of Europe, where the Alps meet the Mediterranean and the Pannonia Plain meets the Karst. This small green country measures 20,273 km² in area, where the changing landscape is constantly surprising, time and again. You can have one eye on the sea, then look in the other direction and be surrounded by high mountains. Slovenia has numerous sites of special natural interest, with features of all four main areas: the Alps, the Mediterranean, the Karst and the Pannonia Plain. There are many natural attractions all over the country. The diverse plant and animal life and the varied landscapes are attractive all year round. It also has a wealth of diverse architecture and urban design. You can truly feel at home in Slovenia’s towns.

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Slovenia is famed for its excellent food, accompanied by one of its fine wines. Almost everywhere in Slovenia you can find tasty and varied dishes and Slovenian wines can enthuse even the most demanding wine connoisseur. The weather in Slovenia varies from season to season. There are also three climatic influences that meet in the country. A harsh Alpine climate prevails in the mountains, the coast has a sub-Mediterranean climate, and the north-east lowlands have a continental climate. The average temperature is above 20°C in July and around 0°C in January. In Slovenia it is not difficult to compare the value of goods and services, as they are priced in one of the world’s major currencies, the Euro.

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SLO facts Full name:

Republic of Slovenia

Population: 2.066.880 Position:

Central Europe

Capital: Ljubljana Area:

20,273 km² (7,827 sq miles)

Major language: Slovene Major religion:

Christianity

Monetary unit:

Euro (EUR)

International dialling code: +386

The friendly, hospitable and attentive locals will guarantee you a pleasant stay.

Average temperatures:

July 21°C, January 0°C

Highest peak:

Triglav - 2,864 m

You can feel sLOVEnia.

Did you know... ... that Slovenia declared independence from Yugoslavia on 25th June 1991? ... that Slovenia is one of the most biologically diverse countries in the world? ... that over one third of Slovenia’s territory is protected? ... that Maribor is home to the oldest vine in the world? ... that a traditional Slovene dish for special occasions is a type of cake called potica? ... that the most famous Slovene carnival figure is the Kurent? ... that Slovenia has more than 80 ski areas? ... that dozens of thermal springs in eastern Slovenia have therapeutic properties? ... that the geographical and climatic variety and diversity of Slovenia mean that in a single day you can pick autumn fruits in the morning, bathe in the Adriatic in the afternoon, and go night skiing in the evening? To feel sLOVEnia means to feel good.

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MARIBOR Maribor, the capital of the region of Štajerska, is the second largest city in the country but at the same time it is nicely small and green. Its lively throb, superior culture and events, rich wine tradition and the oldest vine in the world, numerous possibilities for entertainment, relaxation and exercise in nature, as well as its reputation of relaxed openness and hospitality also led Maribor to the honorary title of European Capital of Culture 2012 and European Youth Capital 2013. The city of Maribor merges with the wonderful nature of Pohorje’s forests and picturesque wine growing hills in one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Slovenia. A quick trip up Pohorje, a green wonder of the Slovenian mountains that attracts hikers, bikers, adrenaline seekers, as well as lovers of peace to Pohorje’s primeval forest, waterfalls, streams and peat moors. During the winter, as the largest ski resort in Slovenia, snow blanketed Maribor Pohorje extends a warm welcome. On wine roads, which from the city centre of Maribor itself criss-cross the hills of Slovenske gorice and foothills of Pohorje, lovers of excellent wines and cuisine, ethnological heritage, diverse nature and excellent viewing spots that open up views over green countryside and cultural-historic towns come into their own. Tourist homesteads and vineyards await you with homemade culinary delights and genuine hospitality, whether you are on a bike, on foot, on a horse or by car. Maribor is the host of many top events – from the famous Festival Lent, the

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MB facts wine-culinary Old Vine Festival, the Maribor Theatre Festival, the music Festival of Maribor to the Golden Fox World Cup Skiing competition, and the entire destination holds many other events. Here in the Maribor-Pohorje Tourist Destination you will enjoy amazingly diverse natural and cultural treasures, authentic Ĺ tajerska cuisine and excellent wines, healthy drinking water and a pleasant climate with plenty of sunshine, as well as the positive effects of a calm and cheerful way of life.

Old name: Municipality:

Marburg City Municipality of Maribor

Population:

105.089

Ranking:

2. biggest city

Area:

41 km²

Postal code:

2000

Website:

www.maribor.si

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Travelling to Maribor BY PLANE You can fly with low cost flights to our capital Ljubljana or our neighbour countries: Austria (Graz, Klagenfurt, Vienna), Hungary (Budapest), Italy (Venice, Treviso, Trieste), Croatia (Zagreb). From there you can take a train, a bus, a taxi or Slovenian pick up shuttles to Maribor.

BY TRAIN You can reach Maribor by train from all major surrounding cities. There is a direct connection from Ljubljana and Graz, from elsewhere there are some stops you’ll have to make in between. You can check the train connections to Maribor, around Slovenia and to neighbour countries here: www.slo-zeleznice.si/en/pass www.bahn.com/i/view/overseas/en/index.shtml

BY BUS Maribor is directly connected with towns in Austria, Germany, Hungary and Italy. Organization in your own country may be able to offer discount to students and to those under 26. You can find more information at: www.connex.info and http://www.eurolines.com http://www.eurolines.com

OTHER You can also take a van from our local PICK UP service which offers international transport between airports in Graz, Zagreb, Vienna, Venice and Maribor. Did you know... ... that although Slovenia's total surface area is only around 20,000 km2, it has almost 10,000 km2 of forest, 7,000 km of marked mountain trails and 216 square kilometres of vineyards. Over 56% of the Slovenian territory is covered in woods, which places Slovenia among 3 most wooded countries in Europe. It is interesting that in Slovenia, unlike many other countries, wooded area increasingly spreads out?

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From airports SLOVENIA Ljubljana (LJU) – Maribor (149 km; 1 h 40 min by CAR) AUSTRIA Graz (GRZ) – Maribor (64 km; 43 min by CAR) Klagenfurt (KLU) – Maribor (181 km; 1 h 51 min by CAR) Vienna (VIE) – Maribor (262 km; 2 h 59 min by CAR) HUNGARY Budapest – Maribor (370 km; 3 h 33 min by CAR) ITALY Venice Marco Polo – Maribor (362km; 3 h 35 min by CAR) Treviso – Maribor (374 km; 3 h 51 min by CAR) Trieste (TRS) – Maribor (240 km; 2 h 30 min by CAR) CROATIA Zagreb (ZAG) – Maribor (119 km; 1 h 19 min by CAR)

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LIVING IN MARIBOR Mobility inside Maribor and Slovenia BY BUS There are 21 bus lines in Maribor and they drive more or less often. The citybus is the only means of public transport in Maribor and it is also quite reasonable in price. The cheapest way is to buy a ticket before you take the bus. You can buy a specific number of rides or a monthly card. You can buy the ticket on the bus, with costs 2 EUR or by a permanent card on which you load some money and pay with it. For more information visit: www.marprom.si/en/

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BY TRAIN You can go around Slovenia and neighbouring countries by train. Usually you can get a group discount, if more people travel and if you have Euro 26 card, you might get additional discount for students. Check train connections to Maribor, around Slovenia and to neighbour countries here: www.slo-zeleznice.si/en/pass www.bahn.com/i/view/overseas/en/index. shtml

BY TAXI Taxis operate 24 hours a day and they are a very popular public transport, especially after a good party. They are not particularly expensive, especially if people share fares.

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Free time

BY RENT-A-CAR There are several rent-a-car services in Maribor. Prices for renting a car vary around 36 EUR per day. The rent-a-car offices rent a car only to drivers over 21 years old. You can also rent a car on www.avantcar.si that offers you the best deals all over Slovenia and around the world.

TOURIST INFORMATION OFFICE Studying in a foreign country means that you will be a tourist sometimes. For tourist information and promotional material about Slovenia you can visit the Tourist Information Centre.

BY CARPOOLING Lately carpooling became quite popular among students. It's the sharing of a car journeys so that more than one person travels in a car and it is a good way to save some money, contribute to environment and meet people. Check for carpooling offers in Slovenia and some neighbouring countries at: prevoz.org www.blablacar.com

Contact information TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRE (TIC) Partizanska cesta 6a, 2000 Maribor Telephone: +386 (0)2 23 46 611 E-mail: tic@maribor.si Website: maribor-pohorje.si/ tourist-information-centre-maribor. aspx

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INTERNATIONAL LIVING IN MARIBOR COLLABORATION Places to visit * City centre of Maribor (Picturesque historic town centre)

The Leon Ĺ tukelj square * (the newest square in Maribor)

* Lent - along the river (the oldest grapevine & museum)

Maribor Castle and Castle square * (check the castle and go for a coffee in the square)

* SlomĹĄek square (go on top of the main cathedral bell tower) * City park, Piramida hill and the three ponds (get lost in park, have a nice view of Maribor and chill out along the 3 ponds) * Vinag wine cellar (one of the largest wine cellars in Europe)

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Pohorje hill * (for all hikers & skiers) Open air market * (buy some fruits and vegetables from local farmers) Maribor Island * (have a stroll along the Drava river until Maribor Island, where you can also find swimming pool in the summer)

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Food and drinks

Leisure and sport

DRINKS

CITY PARK (jogging, walking etc.)

* Astoria (tee, coffee, bear) * Čajek cafe (tea and coffee) * Marpurgi (tee, coffee, bear) * Aroma coffee bar (coffee) * Rooster Coffee (tea and coffee) * Urban garden (tee, coffee, bear) * Pubs and bars on Poštna street (Patrick's Pub, Huda kava, CLC, Isabella, Fudo) * Pubs and bars in Lent along the river ((Mariborska vinoteka, Mačka, Piranha, Rooster Lent, Niagara)

FOOD

* Ilich (ice cream and cakes) * Ancora (sea food, pasta, pizza) * Alf (wide selection of meals for low price) * Baščaršija (Balkan food) * Rosemary/Rožmarin (a bit more fancy) * Isabella food & wine (domestic food) * Florjan (fancy & tasty) * Loving hut (for all vegetarians & vegans) * London street food (Multi-Cuisine) * Rotovž (domestic food) * Noomm (pizza rolls) * La Pizzeria (pizzas)

LATE NIGHT SNACKS

* Pri Štuku (hamburgers, kebab) * Šiš (fast food)

Shopping centres

POHORJE HILL (skiing, hiking, cycling ...) www.maribor-pohorje.si

FONTANA (spa, fitness) Address: Koroška cesta 172 www.termemb.si

HOTEL HABAKUK (spa and hotel) Address: Pohorska ulica 59 www.termemb.si

PRISTAN (swimming, fitness) Address: Koroška cesta 33 UŠC LEON ŠTUKELJ (indoor sports) Address: Gosposvetska cesta 82 ADRENALIN PARK POHORJE (Adrenalinski park Pohorje) Address: Partizanska cesta 6a www.maribor-pohorje.si/tic ADVENTURE PARK BETNAVA (Pustolovski park Betnava) Address: Streliška cesta 150 www.pustolovski-park.si

ICE SKATING HALL TABOR (Ledna dvorana Tabor) Address: Koresova 7 www.sportni-objekti-maribor.si

* Europark (www.europark.si/en/) * Qlandia (www.qlandia.si) * City shopping mall (www.city.si)

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Culture MUSEUMS * THE REGIONAL MUSEUM MARIBOR Address: Grajska ulica 2 www.pmuzej-mb.si

* THE NATIONAL LIBERATION MUSEUM MARIBOR Address: Ulica heroja Tomšiča 5 www.muzejno-mb.si

* MARIBOR ART GALLERY Address: Strossmayerjeva ulica 6 www.ugm.si

* ART ON KOROŠKA STREET Address: Koroška cesta 18 www.pekarna.org

* VETRINJSKI MANOR GALLERY Address: Vetrinjska ulica 30 www.maribor2012.eu

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INTERNATIONAL LIVING IN MARIBOR COLLABORATION THEATRE * SLOVENE NATIONAL THEATRE – SNG Address: Slovenska ulica 27 www.sng-mb.si

* Maribor PUPPET THEATRE Address: Vojašniški trg 2a www.lg-mb.si

CINEMA

* BORŠTNIKOVO GATHERING (theatre festival, held in October) www.borstnikovo.si/en

* GOLDEN FOX (FIS Ski world cup, held in January, February) www.goldenfox.org

Nightlife * KMŠ (Student & Erasmus club) Address: Pristaniškaulica 2

* KOLOSEJ MARIBOR (cinema, bowling, fitness) Address: Loška 13

* ŠTUK (Student club, lots of concerts) Address: Gosposvetska cesta 83

www.kolosej.si/about-kolosej

www.stuk.org

* PLANET TUŠ MARIBOR / CINEPLEXX (cinema, bowling, billiard) Address: Na Poljanah 18

* KGB (Cultural and musical lair) Address: Vojašniški trg 5 klub-kgb.si

www.cineplexx.si

FESTIVALS * INTERNATIONAL LENT FESTIVAL (held at the end of June until the middle of July) www.festival-lent.si

* OLD VINE FESTIVAL (A top-class 10-day tourist culinary-wine-cultural festival held at the end of September) www.maribor-pohorje.si

* MARIBOR FESTIVAL (festival of classical music, held in September)

* JAZZ CLUB SATCHMO (Maribor’s Jazz Club, but also with 80’s music) Address: Strossmayerjeva 6 www.jazz-klub.si

* FUEGO (Latino Club) Address: Mesarski prehod 3 www.fuego.si

* PEKARNA CULTURAL CENTRE (Maribor’s alternative corner; from metal, drum’n’base to dubstep) Address: Ob železnici 8 www.pekarna.org

www.festivalmaribor.si/en/

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* POĹ TNA STREET Hip place with a lot of bars where you can drink a beer and hang out with your friends. * LUFT (Club) Address: Ul. Vita Kraigherja 3 www.facebook.com/luftbar/

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USEFUL INFORMATION GENERAL * The phone code for Slovenia: +386 * Time zone: CET (UTC + 1) * Electric current: 220 V, 50 Hz * Units of measurement: metres, kilometres, grams, kilograms * Temperatures: degrees Celsius In Slovenia you can get a fine, if you: * drink on the street, * pee on the street, * make too much noise in the night time (10 pm to 6am), * take drugs, * smoke in indoor places (even discos/pubs). Internet & Wi-Fi * You usually need UTP cable in student dorms; in private accommodation WiFi is usually available. * 2 hours per day in the cen-

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tre of Maribor: http://www.maribor.si/podrocje.aspx?id=1156

* Eduroam WiFi available in faculties, university and library. * Many bars have WiFi as well. Traffic info Speed limits: * Inside settlements: 50 km/h * Outside settlements: 90 km/h * On motorways: 110 km/h * On highways: 130 km/h Lights are compulsory 24 hours per day! Winter tires are compulsory from November 15 until March 15. It is also obligatory to fasten all seat-belts in car, for all passengers.

Useful phone numbers

Police Department: 113 Emergency Medical Service: 112 Fire Department: 112 Road assistance number: 1987

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MEDICAL FACILITIES If you become ill and you need medical care you can go to: STUDENT HEALTH CARE CENTRE (Dispanzer za zdravstveno varstvo študentov) Ob parku 5, 2000 Maribor Telephone: +386 (0)2 23 56 643 Opening hours: every day from 7:00 - 14:00

The Student Health Care Centre is around the corner from the dormitory on Tyrševa. Students from the EU countries need a Health Insurance Card and two photocopies of it. Students from countries outside the EU must bring a document confirming that they have insurance in their home country, along with their passports.

Foreign students can arrange their insurance in Slovenia as well, which costs approximately 110 EUR (per month) or they pay for necessary medical treatment. However, we strongly advise obtaining insurance with an insurance company in your home country, which offers arrangements for time spent abroad. Later you may ask for reimbursement of medical expenses in your home country – please check the details at your insurance company. HOSPITAL: University Clinical Center Maribor Ljubljanska 5 Telephone: +386 (0)2 32 11 000 FIRST AID UNIT: Urgent medical assistance Ulica talcev 9 Telephone: +386 (0)2 32 11 534

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INTERNATIONAL USEFUL INFORMATION COLLABORATION CHEMISTS/PHARMACIES Chemists/Pharmacies are open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. The night pharmacy is available to you if you urgently need medicine after 7 p.m. Lekarna Center Pharmacy in the centre Gosposka 12 Lekarna Pri gradu Pharmacy next to the castle Partizanska 1 Lekarna Tabor (night pharmacy) Ljubljanska ulica 9

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MARKETS * Bread (1 kg) 1,00 - 3,00 EUR * Milk (1 l) 0,80 - 1,50 EUR * Cheese (150 g) 1,50 - 2,50 EUR * Eggs (12) 1,30 - 2,00 EUR * Butter (250 g) 1,50 - 2,50 EUR * Yoghurt (0.2 l) 0,40 - 1,20 EUR * Apples (1kg) 1,20 - 1,50 EUR * Juice (1 l) 0,60 - 1,50 EUR * Water (1.5 l) 0,40 - 0,60 EUR * Pack of Cigarettes (Marlboro) 3,20 - 3,60 EUR

RESTAURANTS * Coupon price * Pizza * Hamburger * Coke (1.33 l) * Beer (0.5 l) * Coffee

0,00 - 4,50 EUR 4,00 - 8,00 EUR 2,50 - 3.50 EUR 1,80 - 2,00 EUR 1.80 - 2.50 EUR 1,10 - 1,50 EUR

TRANSPORTATION

* January 1 - New Year * February 8 - Slovenian cultural festival – Prešeren Day * April 27 - Uprising Against the Occupation Day * May 1 and May 2 - Labour Day * June 25 - National Day * August 15 - Feast of the Assumption * October 31 - Reformation Day * November 1 - All Saints Day * December 25 - Christmas * December 26 - Independence and Unity Day

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Costs of living in Maribor

* One-way Ticket (Local Transport) 1,10 EUR * Taxi Start (Normal Tariff) 1,00 - 1,50 EUR * Taxi 1km (Normal Tariff) 0,70 - 1,50 EUR * Gasoline (1 liter) 1,40 - 1,54 EUR

UTILITIES (MONTHLY)

Basic (Electricity, Heating, Water, Garbage) for 85m2 Apartment: 150 - 220 EUR

RENT PER MONTH

* Apartment (1 bedroom) in City Centre 250 - 350 EUR * Apartment (1 bedroom) Outside of Centre 200 - 350 EUR

SPORTS AND LEISURE

* Fitness Club, Monthly Fee for 1 Adult 40 - 50 EUR * Cinema, International Release, 1 Seat 4,90 - 5,30 EUR

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Slovene quickie Good Morning Good Afternoon Good Evening Hello! Goodbye See you Thank You Please Excuse me How are you? I am fine I am not well Yes No Maybe I don’t understand I don’t know Shop Train station Train Bus station Bus Post office Cheers! Beer Milk Coffee Water Toilet

Dobro jutro Dober dan Dober večer Zdravo! Nasvidenje Adijo! Hvala Prosim Oprostite Kako si? Dobro sem Nisem v redu Ja Ne Mogoče Ne razumem Ne vem Trgovina Železniška postaja Vlak Avtobusna postaja Avtobus Pošta Na zdravje! Pivo Mleko Kava Voda WC

How much does it cost? Koliko stane? What is your name? Kako ti je ime? I don't speak Slovene. Ne govorim Slovensko Do you speak English? Govoriš angleško? č is pronounced ch š is pronounced sh ž is pronounced like the soft g in garage j is pronounced like y in yellow

PRE-DEPARTURE CHECK LIST ⃝⃝ Have you received the Acceptance Letter from us? ⃝⃝ Have you informed us about the date of your arrival? ⃝⃝ Have you applied for a residence permit in case you are from a non-EU country? ⃝⃝ Is your passport or ID-card valid until your return home? ⃝⃝ Have you arranged insurance in your home country?

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STUDY PROGRAMMES 2018/2019 FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS 1st degree Undergraduate Academic Oriented Study Programme Economics and Business science – options: »» Economics »» E-Business »» Finance and Banking »» Business Management and Organization »» Marketing »» International Business Economics »» Entrepreneurship »» Accounting, Auditing and Taxation »» European Business Studies

1st degree Undergraduate Professionally Oriented Study Programme Business Administration – options: »» Public Sector Economics and Management »» Management »» Marketing »» International Management

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Entrepreneurship Business Finance and Banking Accounting and Business Taxation Tourism

2nd degree Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Magister (Masters’) Economic and Business Sciences (Bologna Study Programme) – options: »» Accounting, Auditing and Taxation »» Economics »» Entrepreneurship and Innovation »» Finance and Banking »» Information Systems and E-Business Management »» International Business Economics »» Management, Organization and Human Resources »» Marketing Management »» Strategic and Project Management »» Management of Public Enterprises »» Corporate Governance and Management »» Corporate Governance and Management in Health Organization

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3rd degree Postgraduate Study Programmes Leading to Doktorat Znanosti (PhD)

Communication Technologies »» Information System Development Mechatronics – interdisciplinary study programme involving the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computers and Information Technology and the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

Economic and Business Sciences

FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

2nd degree Postgraduate Study Programmes Leading to Magister (Masters’)

1st degree Undergraduate Academic Study Programmes

Electrical Engineering – options: »» Automation and Robotics »» Electronics »» Power Engineering

Electrical Engineering – options: »» Automation and Robotics »» Electronics »» Power Engineering Computer Science and Information Technologies Informatics and Technologies of Communication – options: »» Information Systems »» Information Systems Management Telecommunications Media Communications – options: »» Media Production »» Visual Communication Mechatronics – interdisciplinary study programme involving the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

1st degree Undergraduate Professionally Oriented Study Programmes

Computer Science and Information Technologies Informatics and Technologies of Communication Telecommunications Media Communications Mechatronics – interdisciplinary study programme involving the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

3rd degree Postgraduate Study Programmes Leading to Doktorat Znanosti (PhD) Electrical Engineering Computer Science and Informatics Media Communications

FACULTY OF ENERGY TECHNOLOGY

Electrical Engineering – options: »» Automation and Robotics »» Electronics »» Power Engineering »» Telecommunications

1st degree Undergraduate Academic Study Programme Energy Technology

Computer Science and Information Technologies Informatics and Technologies of Communication – options: »» System Support to Informatics and

1st degree Undergraduate Professionally Oriented Study Programme Energy Technology

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2nd degree Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Magister (Masters’) Energy Technology

3rd degree Postgraduate Study Programmes Leading to Doktorat Znanosti (PhD) Energy Technology

Industrial Engineering – interdisciplinary study programme involving the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering and Architecture and the Faculty of Economics and Business – option: »» Civil Engineering

3rd degree Postgraduate Study Programmes Leading to Doktorat Znanosti (PhD)

Civil Engineering FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, TRANSPORTATION Traffic and Transportation Engineering ENGINEERING AND ARCHIFACULTY OF CHEMISTRY TECTURE AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 1st degree Undergraduate Academic

Study Programmes

Architecture Civil Engineering Traffic and Transportation Engineering Industrial Engineering – interdisciplinary study programme involving the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering and Architecture and the Faculty of Economics and Business – option: »» Civil Engineering

1st degree Undergraduate Professionally Oriented Study Programmes Civil Engineering Traffic and Transportation Engineering

2nd degree Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Magister (Masters’) Civil Engineering – options: »» Civil Engineering Structures and Construction Management »» Civil Engineering Infrastructure Traffic and Transportation Engineering Architecture

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1st degree Undergraduate Academic Study Programme Chemistry Chemical Technology

1st degree Undergraduate Professionally Oriented Study Programme Chemical Technology

2nd degree Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Magister (Masters’) Chemistry Chemical Engineering: »» Chemical Engineering »» Biochemical Engineering

3rd degree Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Doktorat Znanosti (PhD) Chemistry and Chemical Engineering – options: »» Chemistry »» Chemical Engineering

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FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE AND LIFE SCIENCES

2nd degree Postgraduate Study Programmes Leading to Magister (Masters’)

1st degree Undergraduate Academic Study Programme

System Logistics

Agriculture and Environment

1st degree Undergraduate Professionally Oriented Study Programmes

System Logistics

Animal Science Organic Farming Agronomy – Ornamentals, Vegetables and Field Crops Biosystems Engineering Viticulture, Enology and Fruitgrowing Agri-Business Management and Rural Development

2nd degree Postgraduate Study Programmes Leading to Magister (Masters’) Agriculture Agricultural Economics Food Safety in the Agri-food Chain

3rd degree Postgraduate Study Programmes Leading to Doktorat Znanosti (PhD) Agriculture Agricultural Economics

1st degree Undergraduate Academic Study Programme 1st degree Undergraduate Professionally Oriented Study Programme Economic and Technical Logistics

FACULTY OF NATURAL SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS 1st degree Undergraduate Academic Study Programmes Single major Academic Study Programmes: »» Mathematics »» Ecology with Nature Conservation »» Physics »» Biology 2nd degree Undergraduate Uniform Master’s Study Programme: »» Subject Teacher - options: * Educational Biology * Educational Physics * Educational Chemistry * Educational Mathematics * Educational Computer Science * Educational Design

2nd degree Single Major Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Magister (Masters')

FACULTY OF LOGISTICS System Logistics

3rd degree Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Doktorat Znanosti (PhD)

Physics Educational Design Educational Matematics Biology and Ecology with Nature Conservation Matematics

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Educational Biology Educational Physics Educational Chemistry Educational Mathematics Educational Computer Science Educational Design

3rd degree Postgraduate Study Programmes Leading to Doktor Znanosti (PhD) Physics Mathematics Education in Engineering Ecological Sciences

FACULTY OF ORGANIZATIONAL SCIENCES 1st degree Undergraduate Academic Study Programme Enterprise Engineering Organization and Management of Business and Working Systems Organization and Management of Human Resources and Educational Systems

Programmes Leading to Magister (Masters') Enterprise Engineering Organization and Management of Business and Working Systems Organization and Management of Human Resources and Educational Systems Organization and Management of Information Systems Management in Health and Social Welfare in cooperation with Faculty of Health Sciences

3rd degree Postgraduate Study Programmes Leading to Doktor Znanosti (PhD) Organization and Management of Business and Working Systems Organization and Management of Human Resources and Educational Systems Organization and Management of Information Systems

FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Organization and Management of Information Systems

1st degree Undergraduate Academic Study Programmes

1st degree Undergraduate Professionally Oriented Study Programme

Mechanical Engineering – options: »» Power, Process and Environmental Engineering »» Engineering Design »» Manufacturing Technologies and Systems

Enterprise Engineering Organization and Management of Business and Working Systems Organization and Management of Human Resources and Educational Systems Organization and Management of Information Systems Management in Sport

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Design and Textile Materials – options: »» Engineering Design of Textile Materials »» Textile Materials Environmental Engineering Industrial Engineering – interdisciplinary study programme involving the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering

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Transportation Engineering and Architecture, and the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering – option: »» Mechanical Engineering

and Architecture and the Faculty of Economics and Business – option: »» Mechanical Engineering Mechatronics – interdisciplinary study programme involving the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

Mechatronics – interdisciplinary study programme involving the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

1st degree Undergraduate Professionally Oriented Study Programmes

3rd degree Postgraduate Study Programmes Leading to Doktor Znanosti (PhD)

Mechanical Engineering – options: »» Power, Process and Environmental Engineering »» Engineering Design »» Production Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Environmental Engineering Design and Textile Materials

Textile Design Technologies – options: »» Design and Product Development »» Materials and Textile Technologies Mechatronics – interdisciplinary study programme involving the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computers and Information Technology, and the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

2nd degree Postgraduate Study Programmes Leading to Magister (Masters') Mechanical Engineering – options: »» Power, Process and Environmental Engineering »» Engineering Design »» Manufacturing Technologies and Systems

FACULTY OF TOURISM 1st degree Undergraduate Academic Study Programme Tourism

1st degree Undergraduate Professionally Oriented Study Programme Tourism

2nd degree Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Magister (Masters’) Tourism

FACULTY OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND SECURITY

Environmental Engineering

1st degree Undergraduate Academic Study Programme

Design and Textile Materials: »» Engineering Design of Textile Materials »» Textile Materials

Criminal Justice and Security

Product Design Industrial Engineering – interdisciplinary study programme involving the Faculty of Economics and Business, the Faculty of Civil Engineering,

1st degree Undergraduate Professionally Oriented Study Programme Security and Policing Information Security

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2nd degree Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Magister (Masters’) Criminal Justice and Security

3rd degree Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Doktorat Znanosti (PhD) Criminal Justice and Security

FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES 1st degree Undergraduate Professionally Oriented Study Programme Nursing Care

2nd degree Postgraduate Study Programmes Leading to Magister (Masters') Nursing Care – options: »» Nursing Care »» Emergency Situations in Health Care »» Gerentological Nursing Care »» Preventive Nutrition and Clinical Dietetics Bioinformatics – interdisciplinary study programme involving the Faculty of Health Sciences, the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Management in Health and Social Welfare – interdisciplinary study programme involving the Faculty of Health Sciences and the Faculty of Organizational Sciences

3rd degree Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Doktor Znanosti (PhD) Nursing Care

FACULTY OF ARTS 1st degree Undergraduate Academic

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Study Programmes Single major Academic Study Programmes – non-teaching options: »» Slovene Language and Literature »» Sociology and Interdisciplinary Social Sciences »» Psychology »» German Studies »» History Double major Academic Study Programmes – non-teaching options: »» Slovene Language and Literature »» Geography »» Sociology »» English Language and Literature »» Interlingual Studies – English »» Interlingual Studies – German »» Pedagogy »» Philosophy »» German Language and Literature »» Hungarian Language and Literature »» History »» Art History

2nd degree Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Magister (Masters’) Single major Postgraduate Study Programmes – non-teaching options: »» Intercultural German Studies »» Translation and Interpreting * Translation * Interpreting »» Sociology »» Psychology »» History Single major Postgraduate Study Programmes – teaching options: »» Slovene Language and Literature »» Pedagogy Double major Postgraduate Study Programmes – non-teaching options: »» Slovene Language and Literature »» Philosophy »» Geography »» History »» English Studies »» Intercultural German Studies

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»» Art History Double major Postgraduate Study Programmes – teaching options: »» Slovene Language and Literature »» German as a Foreign Language »» Teaching English »» Hungarian Language and Literature »» Sociology »» Philosophy »» Pedagogy »» Geography »» History

3rd degree Postgraduate Study Programmes Leading to Doktor Znanosti (PhD)

1st degree Undergraduate Professionally Oriented Study Programmes Preschool Education Sports Training

2nd degree Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Magister (Masters') Elementary Education Preschool Education Fine Art Education Inclusion in Education Music Education

Philosophy German Studies Slovene Language Studies Sociology Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience History Geography Pedagogy Art History

3rd degree Postgraduate Study Programmes Leading to Doktor Znanosti (PhD)

FACULTY OF MEDICINE

2nd degree Postgraduate Study Programmes Leading to Magister (Masters’)

2nd degree Undergraduate Uniform Master’s Study Programme General Medicine

Science of Education

FACULTY OF LAW 1st degree Undergraduate Academic Study Programme Law

Law

3rd degree Postgraduate Study Programmes Leading to Doktor Znanosti (PhD)

3rd degree Postgraduate Study Programmes Leading to Doktor Znanosti (PhD)

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FACULTY OF EDUCATION 1st degree Undergraduate Academic Study Programmes Elementary Education Music Education Art Education Survival guide for foreign students

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