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Guide for

Exchange Students

Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs

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EUROPEAN COUNCIL FOR BUSINESS EDUCATION

Institutional key data Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs

ACCREDITED

Name of the institution: Univerza v Mariboru - University of Maribor Erasmus ID code of the institution: SI MARIBOR01 Head of the institution: Prof. Danijel Rebolj, Ph.D. Rector Website: www.uni-mb.si address: Slomškov trg 15 SI-2000 Maribor, Slovenia, European Union Name of the Faculty: Ekonomsko-poslovna fakulteta (EPF) - Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB) Head of the Faculty: Prof. Samo Bobek, PhD, Dean Website: www.epf.uni-mb.si address: Razlagova 14, p.p. 142 SI-2000 Maribor, Slovenia, European Union

International Cooperation

Univerza v Mariboru - University of Maribor Institutional Coordinator: prof. Tatjana Welcer, Ph.D.  +386 41 340 120  +386 41 340 120  erasmus@uni-mb.si address: Slomškov trg 15 SI-2000 Maribor, Slovenia, European Union Ekonomsko-poslovna fakulteta (EPF) - Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB) Departmental Coordinator: Sanja Kocijan, MSc  +386 2 2290 252  +386 2 2290 217  sanja.kocijan@uni-mb.si  feb.international@uni-mb.si Location: Razlagova 14, p.p. 142 SI-2000 Maribor, Slovenia, European Union

Office hours: weekdays from 11:30 to 13:30 Location: Razlagova 14

The International Office on the Internet: www.epf.uni-mb.si – click on «In English» – «International Office – Exchange Students» 2

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Table of contents 1. Foreword by the Dean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 2. Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB) at the University of Maribor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 FEB Milestones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Bologna programmes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Facilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 International cooperation and the International Office. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Admission and registration of exchange students. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 3. Educational offer for incoming students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 University Education Programme “Economic and Business Sciences” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Master’s Programme “Economic and Business Sciences”. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Slovenian language courses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Grading scale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Syllabus and subject description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Syllabus and subject description: Language courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 General information for students. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54 Getting to Maribor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56 Local and public transport in Maribor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56 Climate and weather. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57 Cultural life. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57 Nature. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57 Communication. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57 Meals for students. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Cost of living. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58 Accommodation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Residence. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59 Compulsory health insurance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60 Erasmus Student Network (ESN) – Projects for Exchange Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Letters from exchange students. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Basic Slovenian – Words and Phrases. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 4. Contacts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63 Notes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64

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1. Foreword by the Dean Dear incoming students, We are happy to welcome you at the Faculty of Economics and Business at the University of Maribor. We are very pleased that you chose us for your destination within the international exchange programmes and we will do our best to make your stay in Slovenia a fruitful one. The University of Maribor, the second biggest Slovenian university, has been a leader in Slovenia concerning international exchange of students for years. This is especially true for the Faculty of Economics and Business since we have a vast experience in this field. In past years, we have built connections with many partners within the EU. This will enable you to meet students of many different nationalities and to establish a lot of different contacts. In order to facilitate and motivate student mobility, we have the International Office, which does not just provide sufficient support but is also a pleasant meeting point. We are sure that the head of office, Ms. Sanja Kocijan, M.Sc., and other staff will be willing to answer all the questions you may have and will assist you during your stay in Maribor. One of constitutional constraints in Slovenia is that lectures within the full time study must be held in the Slovenian language. Up to now, we have dealt with this by organizing additional lectures and consultations in English for selected courses for our foreign students and so you have quite a few of them at your disposal. We expect that in the near future we will be able to offer you even more courses in English. We are convinced that you will be able to benefit from your stay at the FEB as regards the knowledge of business and economics and that you will be able to fulfil the expectations of your home institutions. In addition to your study, there will be numerous social events during your stay, which surely you will remember for years. Slovenia is a country with different landscapes and various cultural roots – explore it as you travel along the nice countryside and discover pleasant towns. We hope you will enjoy your stay in Maribor and in Slovenia and that this will not be your last visit to our country but for many of you just the first one. The Faculty and our students will surely contribute to your decision to use your next possibility to come here.

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With best wishes, Prof. Samo Bobek, PhD., Dean

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2. Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB) at the University of Maribor FEB Milestones On 2 July, 1959, the two-year post secondary School of Commerce was established in Maribor. This act represented the foundation of the present day Faculty of Economics and Business as well as the University of Maribor. The purpose of the establishment was to bridge the gap between the secondary and university education in economics. In 1963, the School of Economics and Commerce was renamed the School of Economics and Business, which became renowned by its Slovenian acronym ‘VEKŠ’ throughout the country. The development of the VEKŠ meant the growth in quality as well as its internal maturation. In 1969, the VEKŠ became the first and for a number of years the only higher education institution in Maribor. In 1971, a good academic staff structure and quality work led to the initiation of postgraduate programme. In 1976, the first Ph.D. title was awarded at the VEKŠ, which was at the same time the first one at the University of Maribor. In 1989, the formal growth of the VEKŠ reached its peak when the School was named the Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB). Since then, the Faculty has been intenIn 1969, VEKŠ became the first sively developing its undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and gaining higher education institution in international recognition.

Maribor. The move to higher education meant higher requirements, i.e. the implementation of advanced educational and research tasks.

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Bologna programmes

University Education Programme “Economics and Business Sciences” The programme lasts 3 years (6 semesters) and is worth 180 ECTS. ENROLMENT CRITERIA: Z Vocational school-leaving examination Z School leaving examination in any secondary school STUDY FIELDS After completing the first year of studies, you may enrol into one of the eight study fields: Z Economics Z E-business Z Finance and banking Z Business management and organisation Z Marketing Z International business economics Z Entrepreneurship Z Accounting, auditing and taxation In order to advance into the next year of study, the student must pass all examinations of the current year. After fulfilling all the study requirements of the study programme, the student of the University Study Programme “Economic and Business Sciences” is awarded the title “Bachelor of Science in Economics”, abb. B.Sc. (Econ.).

Professional Higher Education

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Programme “Business Administration” The programme last 3 years (6 semesters) and is worth 180 ECTS. ENROLMENT CRITERIA m Vocational school-leaving examination m School leaving examination in any secondary school STUDY FIELDS After completing the first year of studies, you may enrol into one of the eight study fields: m Public sector economics and management m Management (modules M1 General management and M2 Information management) m Marketing m International management (modules M1 International business and M2 Business logistics) m Entrepreneurship m Business finance and banking m Accounting and business taxation m Tourism In order to advance in the next year of study, the student must pass all the examinations. After fulfilling all the study requirements of the study programme, the student of the Professional higher education programme "Business Administration" is awarded the title "Bachelor of Arts in Economics", abb. B.A. (Econ.).

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Bologna programmes

Master of Science Programme Z Z “Economic and Business Z Sciences Z The programme lasts 2 years (4 semesters) and Z is worth 120 ECTS. ENROLMENT CRITERIA: m Degree from the first-cycle study programme in the scope of minimum 180 ECTS in the following professional disciplines: economics, business sciences, organisational sciences, public administration sciences, human sciences, legal sciences. m Details for admission under other conditions can be found at the university website.

Z Z Z Z

Economics Finance and banking Information systems and e-business management Marketing management Management, organization and human resources Entrepreneurship and innovation Accounting, auditing and taxation International business economics Strategic and project management

After fulfilling all the study requirements of the study programme, the student of the Master's study programme "Economic and Business Sciences" is awarded the title "Master of Science in Economics", abb. M.Sc. (Econ.).

STUDY FIELDS:

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Facilities

There are four computer rooms for students; opening hours are from 7:00 to 19:00. Students have free access to computers.

Locations The Faculty of Economics and Business has two locations: Razlagova 14 and Razlagova 20. While the International Office and the Dean’s office are situated at Razlagova 14, the library, the computer centre and the canteen can be found at Razlagova 20. Lecture rooms and professors’ offices are placed in both locations.

Faculty Library (Knjižnica EPF) The modern and well-stocked faculty library caters for the needs of students, teachers and associates of the Faculty. The stock of books amounts to more than 80.000 units on open access, and 500 current periodicals. In addition, students have access to electronic databases, to the Internet, and to the COBISS/ OPAC catalogue system. The library is situated in the basement of Razlagova 20, the reading room for journals and magazines is on the first floor. Information on the Internet: www.epf. uni-mb.si «Library/Knjižnica» and www.cobiss. si (catalogue, available in Slovenian and in English).

Computer Lab

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University of Maribor Sports Centre “Leon Štukelj” The University Sports Centre (UŠC, www. usc.uni-mb.si) offers a wide range of sports programmes and guarantees a high quality of activities. It is located at Koroška cesta 130 in the western part of Maribor, close to the student dormitories at Gosposvetska cesta. Students can choose from a wide range of activities: volleyball, indoor soccer, badminton, table tennis, squash, aerobics, fitness, dancing, yoga, fighting sports (aikido, judo, karate), kinesiotherapy. Apart from that, Maribor’s sports facilities offer ice skating, skiing, and swimming. Students also have a possibility to participate in various outdoor activities. They can join sports schools like the school of tennis, skiing, swimming, sailing, kayak, riding, as well as inter-faculty competitions.

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Student Organisations and Institutions for Students

Contact

Website/Email

m AIESEC Maribor

si.aiesec.org/maribor

+386 2 2290 218

m Student Council (Študentski svet EPF)

ss.epf.uni-mb.si

+386 2 2290 260

m Student Association (Društvo študentov)

dsepf@email.si

+386 2 2290 339

m Marketing Club (Klub za marketing)

e-kzm.com

+386 2 2290 337

m Young Project Managers (Mladi projektni managerji)

mpm-mb.tk

m University of Maibor Student Organisation

soum.si

+386 2 2285 600

m Erasmus Student Network

esn.uni-mb.si

+386 2 2355 385

m Career centre at FEB

epf.uni-mb.si/ kariernicenter

+386 2 2290 323

(Študentska organizacija Univerze v Mariboru)

(Karierni center EPF)

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International Cooperation and the International Office The Faculty of Economics and Business is an open educational institution. The years of its development have brought about a rich and fruitful international cooperation with many universities from around the world. There is also a very fruitful international cooperation of our students through the exchange programmes like SOCRATES-ERASMUS, CEEPUS and bilateral blished agreements. The International Office at FEB was esta

CR ATES in 1999 when the Faculty entered the SO programme. It is responsible for the administration of and teaching exchange programmes and for student nselling staf f mobility. A major task is the cou mes, of students regarding exchange program , postgraduate international scholarships, placements . education, seminars and summer schools

Erasmus partner institutions of FEB Country

Institution

Erasmus ID code

Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt Fachhochschule Kufstein Tirol

A KLAGENF01

Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien Fachhochschule Technikum Kärnten Fachhochschule des bfi Wien Vrije Universiteit Brussel Universiteit Gent Haute École de la Province de Ličge Léon-Eli Troclet Ikonomicheski Universitet Varna Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz Veleučilište u Rijeci Collegium Fluminense Sveučilište u Splitu Univerzita Hradec Králové Mendelova Univerzita v Brne Univerzita Jana Evangelistz Purkzne v Usti nad Labem Moravian University College Olomouc VŠB-Technická univerzita Ostrava Private University College of Economic Studies Ltd. Prague 8 Universität Bayreuth 10

A GRAZ01 A KUFSTEI01 A WIEN05 A SPITTAL01 A WIEN38 B BRUSSEL01 B GENT01 B LIEGE38 BG VARNA04 CH WINDISC02 HR RIJEKA 02 HP SPLIT01 CZ HRADEC01 CZ BRNO02 CZ USTINA01 CZ OLOMOUC03 CZ OSTRAVA01 CZ PRAHA22 D BAYREUT01

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Country

Institution Hochschule Bremen Technische Universität Chemnitz Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf Philipps-Universität Marburg Hochschule Pforzheim Bayerische Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg Universität Ulm Universität Trier Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht Berlin Lyngby Uddannelsescenter Aarhus Universitet Business Academy South West Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Universidad de Extremadura Universidad de Jaén Universidad de Lleida Universidad de Salamanca Universidad de Zaragoza Universidad de Vigo Universidad politecnica de Cartagena Universidad ceu Cardenal Herrera Universidad de La Laguna Universidad de Cordoba Universidad Camilo José Cela Universidad Pública de Navarra École Supérieure de Commerce International Université de Bourgogne Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille Université Claude Bernard – Lyon 1 Grande École de Commerce INSEEC Paris Université Paul Cézanne – Aix Marseille III ESTICE Lille Catholic University Universite Montpellier 1 Ecole Superieure de Commerce de Montpellier Universite Jean Monnet – St. Etienne Ecole de Commerce Europeenne – INSEEC Group Universite Montesquieu – Bordeaux IV Normandy Business School Universite Nancy2 Universite Paul Sabatier – Toulouse III Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem Budapesti Gazdasági Fo˝iskola

Pannon Egyetem Veszprém

Erasmus ID code D BREMEN04 D CHEMNIT01 D DUSSELD01 D MARBURG01 D PFORZHE01 D WURZBUR01 D BAMBERG01 D ULM01 D TRIER01 D BERLIN06 DK LYNGBY04 DK AARHUS01 DK ESBJERG18 E LASPAL01 E BADAJOZ01 E JAEN01 E LLEIDA01 E SALAMAN02 E ZARAGOZ01 E VIGO01 E MURCIA04 E VALENCI08 E TENERIF01 E CORDOBA01 E MADRID33 E PAMPLON02 F AV-FONT01 F DIJON01 F LILLE01 F LYON01 F PARIS244 F MARSEIL03 F LILLE11 F MONTPEL01 F MONTPEL 13 F ST-ETIE01 F BORDEAUX 45 F BORDEAU41 F LEHAVR04 F NANCY02 F TOULOUS03 HU BUDAPES03 HU BUDAPES20 HU VESZPRE01

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Country

Institution Obudai Egyetem Technical University of Sofia Universita degli studi di Messina Universita degli studi di Trieste Universita degli studi dell’Insubria Noordelijke Hogeschool Leeuwarden Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam Instituto Politécnico de Coimbra Universidade da Beira Interior Universidade do Porto ISCTE Instituto Universitario de Lisboa Instituto Pollitecnico do Porto Universidade da Madeira Universidade Lusofona de Humanidades e Tecnologias Universidade do Minho ISG – Instituto Superior de Gestao Universidade Tecnica Lisboa Akademia Ekonomiczna w Katowicach Akademia Podlaska w Siedlcach Uniwersytet Gdanski Universytet Ekonomiczny w Poznaniu University of Technology and Life Sciences Krakowska Adademia Im. Andrzeja Frycza Modrzewskiego Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wroclawiu Universitatea Babes-Bolyai, Cluj Napoca Universitatea de Vest din Timisoara Universitatea Constantin Brancusi din Targu-Jiu Högskolan I Jönköping Växjö universitet Tampereen teknillinen yliopisto Tampereen ammattikorkeakoulu Vaasan Yliopisto ABO Akademi Universitetet

Kaajanin ammattikorkeakoulu Lapin Yliopisto Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) University of Nicosia Ekonomická Univerzita v Bratislave Technická univerzita v Košiciach Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra Ankara Üniversitesi Bogaziçi Üniversitesi, Istanbul Marmara Üniversitesi, Istanbul Sakarya Üniversitesi 12

Erasmus ID code HU BUDAPES16 BG SOFIA16 I MESSINA01 I TRIESTE01 I VARESE02 NL LEEUWAR01 NL ROTTERD01 P COIMBRA02 P COVILHA01 P PORTO02 P LISBOA07 P PORTO05 P FUNCHAL03 P LISBOA52 P BRAGA01 P LISBOA15 P LISBOA04 PL KATOWIC02 PL SIEDLCE01 PL GDANSK01 PL POZNAN03 PL BYDGOSZ02 PL KRAKOW17 PL WROCLAW03 RO CLUJNAP01 RO TIMISOA01 RO TARGU04 S JONKOPI01 S VAXJO01 SF TAMPERE02 SF TAMPERE06 SF VAASA01 FI TURKU02

SF KAJAANI05 SF ROVANIE01 G ATHINE04 CY NICOSIA SK BRATISL03 SK KOSICE03 SK NITRA02 TR ANKARA01 TR ISTANBU01 TR ISTANBU05 TR SAKARYA01

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Country

Institution

Erasmus ID code

Gediz Üniversitesi Ordu University Gaziosmanpasa University Yalova University Vilnius Gediminas Technical University Fakultet za biznis ekonomija

TR IZMIR07 TR ORDU01 TR TOKAT01 TR YALOVA01 LT VILNIUS02 MK SKOPJE03

CEEPUS partner institutions, Amadeus network (provisional programme) Countr y

Institution Universiteti Luigj Gurakuqi, Shkodra Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien Sveučilište u Zagrebu Vysoká škola ekonomická v Praze Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem Univerzitet Crne Gore Akademia Ekonomiczna w Krakowie Univerzitet u Beogradu Ekonomická Univerzita v Bratislave Univerza na Primorskem Univerzitet u Sarajevu

Website www.wu-wien.ac.at www.unizg.hr www.vse.cz www.uni-corvinus.hu www.ucg.cg.ac.yu www.ae.krakow.pl www.bg.ac.yu www.euba.sk www.upr.si www.unsa.ba

Education Without Frontiers Countr y

Institution University of Applied Sciences Burgenland

Website

Additional faculty cooperation agreements Countr y

Institution

Website

Ekonomski fakultet, Univerzitet u Sarajevu Ural Federal University, Russia Budapesti Müszaki és Gazdaságtudományi Egyetem

www.unsa.ba www.urfu.ru

Ekonomski fakultet, Univerzitet u Novom Sadu Ekonomski fakultet, Univerzitet u Kragujevcu

Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira Universidad Nacional de Cuyo California State University, Long Beach Portland State University Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University University of Virginia Colorado State University , Pueblo, USA Technical University of Ostrava (VŠB) Gujarat Technological University, India APG Shimla University, India National Tsing Hua University, Republic of China (Taiwan)

www.eccf.su.ac.yu www.ekfak.kg.ac.yu

www.bme.hu www.utp.edu.co www.uncu.edu.ar www.csulb.edu www.pdx.edu www.vt.edu www.virginia.edu www.colostate-pueblo.edu www.vsb.cz www.gtu.ac.in www.apg.edu.in www.nthu.edu.tw

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Admission and Registration of Exchange Students

For the admission to the University of Maribor (Erasmus ID code: SI MARIBOR01) within the framework of the Socrates-Erasmus Programme, a student must follow these 5 steps:

Consult htt p://socrateserasmus.uni-mb.si and apply for your individual password.

Z Complete the electronic application

form, Learning Agreement, and Housing Application. Z Print the fully completed application form and obtain the signature of the Erasmus academic coordinator at your home university. A university stamp is also required.

Z Request a transcript of records from

your home university. The transcript can be in any form including computer printouts from your university registrar's office. Z Send the application form and the transcript of records to the following address: University of Maribor, International Relations Office, Slomškov trg 15, SI-2000 Maribor, Slovenia. The International Relations Office (IRO) at the University of Maribor will send the form to the International Office at the Faculty of Economics and Business. If the student is accepted, the IRO will send an acceptance letter to the student’s address and to the student’s home university.

ange students The deadlines for applications of exch 1 December are 1 July for the winter semester and s after the for the summer semester. Application es are deadline may be considered if free plac

available. www.ceepus. CEEPUS applications: online at htt p:// procedure for the info. The application and admission ilable from the enrolment of regular students are ava Information University of Maribor, Admissions and ribor,) +386 2 Office, Slomškov trg 15, SI-2000 Ma 2355 261, htt p://vpis.uni-mb.si.

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Calendar

Winter Semester Last week of Septembe Welcome Week

r* 1 October* Start of lectures in winter semester

31 October*

1 November

Public Holiday (Reformation Day)

Holiday (Remembrance Day)

1-2 January

25 December

26 December

27-31 December

Public Holiday (Christmas Day)

Holiday (Independence Day)

New Year’s holidays

before the Christmas holidays End of lectures in winter semester

January and February Winter examination period

Holidays (New Year)

8 February Holiday (Slovenian Culture Day)

Summer Semester Last week of February* Welcome Week

First week of March* Start of lectures in summer semester

27 April Holiday (National Resistance Day)

1-2 May Labour Day Holidays

June

25 June

15 August

Summer examination period

Holiday (National Day)

Public Holiday (Assumption Day)

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3. Educational offer for incoming students University Education Programme “Economic and Business Sciences” (undergraduate courses taught in English) ECTS Credits

Semester

Course No.

Course Title

Lecturer(s)

W

BU01

Business Law

Borut Bratina, AndrejaPrimec, Dušan Jovanovič

5

W

BU02

Principles of Economics

Davorin Kračun, Mira Rihtarič

6

W

BU03

Rasto Ovin

6

W

BU04

Open Economy Macroeconomics Human Resource Management

Sonja Treven

6

W

BU05

E-Business Information Systems

Samo Bobek

6

W

BU06

Marketing Research

Matjaž Iršič, Dušan Radonjič

6

W

BU07

Technological Management and Environment Protection

Gregor Radonjič, Matjaž Denac

5

S

BU08

Zdenka Ženko

6

S

BU09

Innovation Management Total Quality Management

Duško Uršič

6

S

BU10

Applied Business Statistics

Polona Tominc

5

S

BU11

Project Management

Anton Hauc, Igor Vrečko

6

S

BU12

Entrepreneurship

Miroslav Rebernik, Matej Rus

6

S

BU13

Customer Relationship Management

Matjaž Iršič

6

W = winter semester, S = summer semester

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Master’s Programme “Economic and Business Sciences” (postgraduate courses taught in English) Semester

Course No.

Course Title

Lecturer(s)

ECTS Credits

W

BM01

Organization Theory

W

Vojko Potočan

BM02

Governance and Strategic Management

6

Mojca Duh

6

W

BM03

International Strategic Marketing Management

Milan Jurše Klavdij Logožar

6 6

S

BM04

Economic Diplomacy

S

Davorin Kračun

BM05

Macroeconomics

S

Rasto Ovin

BM06

Information Systems Management

6

Samo Bobek

6

Slovenian Language Courses Slovenian language courses are organised by the University of Maribor for exchange students during their stay in Slovenia. You can enrol in the Slovenian language course after your arrival in Maribor.

Grading Scale ECTS grade

A

% of successful students normally achieving the grade

Slovenian grading system(local grade)

10

10

B

25

9

C

30

8

D

25

7

Definition (only of failing grades)

E

10

6

FX

5

F

fail – some more work required before the credit can be awarded

1–4

fail – considerable further work is required

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Syllabus and subject description undergraduate course

Course number Course Title Lecturer(s) Teaching Assistant

Business Law Borut Bratina, PhD Dušan Jovanovič, PhD Andreja Primec, MSc

Language Semester

English

ECTS Credits

5

level

terms of we deal with basic legal Within the Business Law, h the wit ls dea rt pa t tem. The firs national and EU legal sys er coroth and s nie pa com (types of meaning of corporate law h the terms of the second part deals wit poration questions) and obligation pes of contracts and other commercial contract law (ty es of typ h ss Law we deal also wit questions). Within Busine securities. rces indicated No English language sou tem, national and EU legal sys To gain knowledge about law. and commercial contract companies (corporations) written examination

Content (Syllabus outline)

Textbooks Objectives Assessment

18

BU01

BU

winter

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undergraduate course Course number

BU02

Course Title

Principles of Economics

Lecturer(s)

Mira Rihtarič, PhD Davorin Kračun, PhD

ECTS Credits

6

Language

English

level

BU

Semester

winter

Content (Syllabus outline)

Fundamentals of Economics, Economic System and the Market Mechanism, Supply and Demand, Competitive Pricing and Imperfect Competition, Resource Prices and Distribution of Income, Macroeconomics and important macroeconomic variables, Economic Growth (long-run Analysis) and Economic Fluctuations (short-run Analysis), Keynes's Analysis of Aggregate Expenditures, Aggregate Supply and Aggregate Demand, Money and Monetary Policy, Fiscal Policy, Some problems of Stabilization Policy

Textbooks

Samuelson and Nordhaus, Economics, McGraw-Hill (selected chapters)

Objectives

Business Economics acquaints the students with the fundamental terms and concepts of market economy and the basic principle of micro-economy – the principle of optimization and balance. It provides the insight into economic growth and economic policies which promote growth and stability.

Assessment

written examination 100% or two tests (micro and macro, each 50 %)

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undergraduate Course number course

BU03

Course Title

Open Economiy macroeconomics

Lecturer(s) ECTS Credits level Content (Syllabus outline)

Textbooks

Objectives

Intended learning outcomes

Assessment

Material conditions for subject realization Student’s commitments 20

Rasto Ovin, PhD 6 BU

Language Semester

English

winter 1. Introduction: repetitoriu m of chosen macroecnom ic models 2. The story of open econom y perspective 3. Balance of macroeconomics from the European payments. 4. Open econom 5. The exchange rate. 6. Keynes multiplier in an ope y model. 7. The absorption concep n economy. t. 8. Mundell - Flemming model 9. IS – LM – BP Model and eco nom IS – LM – BP model. 11. The ic policy. 10. The interest rate in a 13. The devopment of the function of the EU. 12. EU and EMU. ECS. 14. Why Maastricht Stability and Growth Pac crit t, Pact for Euro. 16. Europe eria. 15. an semester as a ground of common fiscal policy There is no specific textbo ok for this subject. The stu use any Open Economy dents can Macroeconomics textbook that includes all items as presented in the motivated to use electronica Syllabus outline. They are also lectures. The program and l sources on topics presented at the handouts of the lecture are distributed to the students at the beginning of the lecture. The aim of the subject is to open economy into the dis introduce the parameter of an cussion on the national eco important aprt of the sub ject is also devoted to the nomy. An international economic inte issu gration as experienced in es of the help of most common the EU. With use the subject should help the d theories and models in the field with the solving of econom students to discuss and participate ics the national economic dev and business problems as offset in elopment. Knowledge and Understan interconnection of relevan ding: Students will gain capability of t macroeconomic cathegorie velopments from the poi nt of permanent influence s and deof international economic development s Key Skills and other attribu on national economy. Transferable/ tes: Students will be able due to their understanding req of total economic equilibr ia to understand and ana uirements lyze economic and business environment in a national economy. . Written exam in a form of seminar work representing dent analysis of a media article in the field of open indepeneconomy macroeconomics. Lecture room equipped wit h up to date technology which contemporary standards at the faculty allow. Participation at the lecture s, written exam in form of a seminar work.

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undergraduate course number Course Title Course

BU 04 e Resourc H um an t n eme M an ag ven, PhD Sonja Tre

English e g winter Langua r ) s te Semes 6 Lecturer( e of dvantag s it d re etitive a p lity a m n BU o ECTS C c o tical an d •Pers of H R M n•Theore nization o a n ti io rg a it o iz n n l n fi a a De leve y•HR in in an org ork settings•HR compan learning w Syllabus ( e f e t o th n th s igning te le in n ip Co ent•Des vation •Princ ti s m o e p ri M lo o • e e n v th de atio outline) d work of motiv es to employee work an aspects h g c n a ti a ro lu p a •Ap - Ev system planning nt. reward e e y nageme lo emp urce Ma o s e ) R 3 0 n s a 20 outcome 03) Hum ., Schuler R.S. ( ason, L.W. (20 S.E e stern, M u n e R o s W ., k c .L th L a u nt: .J o rs S rk a o y n e B so n ag m e ew Y es. Thom urce Ma w-Hill, N rc o u ra s o e G s s R c k e o n R M ma an Textbo 0 03) Hu lan, New York. ing Hum M an ag old J. (2 G cmil ., a J ations M n o tt e found lgrave th a P h . it Ohio.Bra e c w ti c ledge dents and Pra e know t the stu th in s Theory a e u ir u q c t to a nt acq as abou ic aim is e stude as well ct on M a The bas the first part th R p H f im o ir . In ndings nd the M a ta R t s rs n H e e e f v d o ti m w un iron ted ith Objec e basic the env acquain in is s t e work n g e about th n d e stu yees in lo th e challe p v rt ti m a ti e p e f p RM are cond ng o com of the H motivati In the se s . d n ie M it a R v ti g H c in the ular a learn e partic ners of the man the third part th . In % settings ls 40 d. e s d tutoria n a s discus re 60% ng lectu ork duri active w n o ti examina ent written Assessm

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undergraduate course Course number Course Title Lecturer(s) ECTS Credits

BU05 rmaE-Business Info s em st Sy tion D Samo Bobek, Ph

level

s Content (Syllabu outline)

Textbooks

Objectives

Assessment

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English Language winter 6 Semester s BU rmation system wing topics: info llo fo e s th em of st s sy ist n atio The course cons ess (B2B), inform business e-busin ation systems rm fo in ), 2C for business to (B e-business er om st cu to s ec (B2G), el tronic for busines ent e-business m rn ve internet go to s s, solutions for for busines rnet EDI system te in , puter ns m tio co lu r fo so markets ess, solutions sin bu ile ob m r fo nters), integrashops, solutions ation (CTI; call ce gr te in ns tio ica lutions, internet and telecommun tions and ERP so lu so s L, ..), es sin bu ess (HTML, XM tion between elogies for e-busin no site ch et te rn n te io in at n, is and desig portals, inform ys al an s em st e-business. rmation sy s in the field of e-business info nd tre , ol to d cte ith sele agerial development w mmerce: a man rs: Electronic co he ot ction to d du an tro E. In Turban , Combe C.: 04 20 ll, Ha e tic en perspective , Pr ier 20 06 ev Els s, es ent the sin bu Ectives – to pres ain sets of obje m e re ents how th ud s st h ha The course ems, to teac st sy n io at rm fo ess in tion. In develop a solu basics of e-busin solutions and to d cte business le ese of ith s w sic to work d on the ba se cu fo is se ur e co ion technologies the first part, th sics of informat ba e th on s, em methodologies information syst on the basics of d an s nd es sin bu ent. In the seco which enable estems developm sy n ns io tio at lu rm so fo d in of selecte of e-business on the analysis d se se ur cu co fo e is th rt, se e third pa part, the cour ork with it. In th w pto lo w ve ho de ng ns ni tio and on lear for internet solu e selected tools is focused on th ment. ation 40% written examin 30% project 30% assignments

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undergraduate course

Course number

BU06

Course Title

Marketing Research

Lecturer(s)

Dušan Radonjič, PhD

Teaching Assistant

Matjaž Iršič, PhD

ECTS Credits

6

Language

English

level

BU

Semester

winter

Content (Syllabus outline)

1. Fundamental concepts of marketing research. 2. Scientific fundaments of marketing and market research. 3. A content of marketing research; research of marketing components; a concept of integral market; purchasing and sales market research; evaluation of market information. 4. Project approach to marketing research. 5. Constants of marketing research process. 6. Steps of market-research process. 7. Control of application of the results and conclusions of marketing research process. 8. Methods of collecting data (survey methods, observation methods). 9. Methods of organizing a collection of data (panel and experimentation). 10. Methods of analysing data. 11. Organisation of field research work. 12. Modern trends in marketing research.

Textbooks

1. Aaker, D., Kumar, A., Day, D. (2002). Marketing Research. John Willey&Sons. Inc.

Objectives

To inform students with theoretical, methodological and practical component of the marketing research process as well as with the importance and the role of information for decision-making process; to explain students the role of marketing research process in the context of marketing concept, process and system; to explain the process of field research work;to inform students with modern elements of marketing research as well as with its ethical dimensions.

Assessment

active work in class 20% seminar work 30% written examination 50%

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undergraduate course Course number

Course Title

Technological Management and Environmen t Protection Gregor Radonj ič, PhD Matjaž Denac, PhD 5

Lecturer(s) ECTS Credits level Content (Syllabu s outline)

Textbooks

24

BU07

BU

Language

English Semester 1. Technology (d Winter efinitions, charac teristics, classific 2. Technology sy ation); stems (characte ristics and class technology syst ification, em as a part of business-produc structure of tech tion system, nology systems) ; 3. Technology life -cycles; 4. Technology m anagement (def inition, aims an approaches); d objectives, 5. Definition an d characteristic s of technologica 6. Technology tra l development; nsfer; 7. Diffusion of te chnologies and technology subs 8. Indexes, dete titution; rmination and ph ases of techno ment; logical develop9. Technology fo resighting; 10. Concepts of sustainable de velopment; 11. Firm’s influen ces on the envir onment and its 12. Environmen pollution source tal managemen s; t standards; 13. Concepts an d strategies for th e adpotion of cle nologies; aner tech14. Characteristic s of the closedloop economie waste managem s: hierarchy of ent options, was te minimisation, nomical constra techno-ecoints of recycling ; 15. Environmen tal aspects of pr oduct Developm ent Textbook Techno logy Systems an d Integrated En Protection will be vironmemntal supplemented with the additio and contents of nal chapters the subject.

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Objectives

Assessment

ce of le and significan ents with the ro ud environst e of th s nt nd ai To acqu pment and tre lo ve de l ca gi lo no well as to equip technology, tech ess practices as sin bu ’s m fir in n logy integration mental protectio ssary for techno ce ne ills sk ents e th ith decisions. Stud the students w d development an t reen fo em d ag an termining into firm’s man methods for de e th pects of as e sic dg le ba one of the get the know as t en pm lo ve nology de l. sighting of tech and macro leve both on micro, ng ni an pl c gi of strate 70% ation written examin 30% seminar paper

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Course number Course Title Lecturer(s) ECTS Credits level

s Content (Syllabu outline)

Textbooks

26

BU08 Innovation Management PhD Zdenka Ženko, 6 BU

Language Semester

English summer

nditions. ork in current co 1. Innovative w theory. alectical system 2. Holism with di vative work. in methods for no al tic ac . pr e m 3. So n, USA, Europe vironments: Japa en e tiv va k. no or In 4. ative w d methods of cre 5. Techniques an k. or d team w 6. Motivating an vating. no in d 7. Ethic an novating. in g in ag 8. Encour ent. erty managem 9. Industrial prop n. tion of innovatio 10. Implementa s. 002): 11. Case studie nko, Zdenka (2 ulej, Matjaž, Že M s: ement, ok ag bo xt an te novation M Compulsory g Applied to In kin in . Pečjak, Th ia s en em ov st Sl Basics of Sy ess, Maribor, sin Bu d an o ics onom Slovenia. Ženk UM Faculty of Ec New moment, s, ea n, Id pa w Ja Ne s to odels in Vid (2001) Way Management M of is ys al ics An om e on rativ of Ec Zdenka: Compa esis, UM Faculty Europe, Ph.D. Th rn s: Schilling, te ok es bo W xt d te l an USA ia. Additona en ov Sl , novation, or ib ar Technological In of t and Business, M en em ag an tion : Strategic M n (1998): Innova Melissa (2005) USA. Afuah, Alla A, xford M , O . on its st of Bo Pr McGrawHill, entation, and em pl Im , es gi Strate mes (1996): Management – 2. Utterback, Ja 634 11 -5 19 0ISBN siness School University Press. tion. Harvard Bu va no In of ics m na Mastering the Dy 4-342-5. 58 87 0BN IS s. Pres

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Objectives

Assessment

To introduce to students various topics of innova to develop capa tion processes, bility for holistic understanding solving, to deve and problem lop the need fo r cooperation w ists and capacit ith different spec y for productive ialteam work on th To understand eir case studies. the innovative pr oblem solving at everyday practic all levels and in e. Learning the need and poss rights protectio ibilities of intelle n. ctual class participat ion 30% seminar work 30% written examin ation 40%

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28

Course number

BU09

Course Title

Total Quality Management

Lecturer(s)

Duško Uršič, PhD

ECTS Credits

6

Language

English

level

BU

Semester

Summer

Content (Syllabus outline)

Quality, definitions, historical evolution, Quality model, quality metrics, Quality management systems and standards, Quality management systems auditing, Quality planning Total Quality Management – TQM, Principles, TQM models EFQM model, Quality management - key methods, Quality costs, Customer focus, Benchmarking, 20 key method BSC – Balanced Score Card method, QFD - Quality Function Deployment, FMEA - Failure Mode and Effect Analysis, TQM tools, Process capability, Graphical methods Statistical quality control, Quality deployment

Textbooks

Dale B.G. Managing Quality. Forth Edition. Blackwell Publishing, 2003. Beauregard M.R A practical Guide to Statistical Quality Improvement. Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1992.John S. Oakland Statistical Process Control. BH, 1996.Kolarik J.W. Creating Quality. Mc Graw Hill, 1995

Objectives

- To understand that quality is a measurable attribute of a process, product or service; - to understand quality management system and several standards defining requirements for quality management system (ISO 9001, 14000, etc); - to understand TQM principles, concepts and models; - to became aware of key quality management methods like customer focus, 20 keys, benchmarking, quality costs, etc; - to became aware of the most important quality management tools: SPC, matrix diagrams, control cards, etc.

Assessment

written examination 60% course work 20% project 20%

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undergraduate course Course number

BU10

Course Title

Applied Business Statistics

Lecturer(s)

Polona Tominc, PhD

ECTS Credits

5

Language

English

level

BU

Semester

summer

Content (Syllabus outline)

- formulate economic business problems in terms of statistics data collection methods – surveys and samples: sampling and the quality of sampling data survey design, sampling methods analysis of research: weighting, standard error of estimation, sample variance, sampling frame, non-responses; number of sampling units identify the appropriate statistical techniques (estimation of parameters, hypothesis testing – two or more samples – independent and paired, related samples, ANOVA; association and dependencies, prepare the research report

Textbooks

Groebner, Shannon, Fry in Smith: Business statistics – a decision-making approach, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2001, 2005

Objectives

ability to understand the steps in planning and performing statistical research: formulate problem determine research design determine data-collection method design sample and collect data analyse and interpret the data prepare the research reportability to understand interactions among stages in the research process and consequences of decisions made ability to use statistical software (SPSS, Excel) by case-studies.

Assessment

active participation in class discussions 20% seminar research work 30% written examination 50%

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30

Course number

BU11

Course Title

Project Management

Lecturer(s)

Anton Hauc, PhD

Teaching Assistant

Igor VreÄ?ko, MSc

ECTS Credits

6

Language

English

level

BU

Semester

Summer

Content (Syllabus outline)

- project, classification of projects, meaning of projects for shaping and implementing development of organisations, project life - cycle strategy and projects, implementation of strategies through projects project start-up, - managing business through projects, project oriented companies and other organisations, - project systems of project owner, project sponsor, project executors, influential factors and project receiver, - processes of projects and project planning, integration of project plans into annual business plans, - project organisation and managing projects basic principles of organising project oriented companies and other organisations, - project information system, - project manager, knowledge structure, qualification of profession project management in economy, in public administration and other non-profit organisations - international project management

Textbooks

TURNER, J. Rodney: Handbook of Project Based Management: Improving the Process for Achieving Strategic Objectives, 2002

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Objectives

To introduce and discuss the importance of projects for strategic and business development and for business economics in profit and non-profit organisations, to introduce and discuss managing through projects in project oriented companies, to introduce theoretical and methodological bases of project management, to breakdown the project management in the complex complete management, all above in the direction of ensuring successful preparation of start up and implementation of projects, especially in connection with strategic management. All cognition with reference to projects and project management is to be established on the preparation of project start up manual.

Assessment

participation during lectures and workshops project 20% written examination 60%

20%

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32

Course number

BU12

Course Title

Entrepreneurship

Lecturer(s)

Miroslav Rebernik, PhD

Teaching Assistant

Matej Rus, MSc

ECTS Credits

6

Language

English

level

BU

Semester

summer

Content (Syllabus outline)

Economic fundamentals of entrepreneurship, business demography and supporting environment Entrepreneurship process Stimulating creativity and forming of development vision Searching, recognizing and evaluating of business opportun­ities Acquisition of resources for exploitation of opportunities Legal aspects of launching, operation and development of a firm Marketing and financial aspects of entrepreneurship and management of firm growth Harvesting entrepreneurial returns The growth phases of a firm, strategies and problems of individual growth phases of a firm Franchising Forms of entrepreneurship: intrapreneurship, family entrepreneurship, high-tech entrepreneurship The business plan development

Textbooks

Barnes, L., Hershon, S.: "Transferring Power in the Family Business", Harvard Business Review, July-August 1976.•Bhide, A.: "The Questions Every Entrepreneur Must Answer", In: Sahlman, W., Stevenson, H., Roberts, M., Bhide, A.: The Entrepreneurial Venture, Harvard Business School Press, 1999.•Bygrave, W.: "The Entrepreneurial process", In: Bygrave, W. (Ed.): Portable MBA in Entrepreneurship, Wiley, 1994•Churchill, N., Lewis, V.: "The Five Stages of Small Business Growth", In: Sahlman, W., Stevenson, H., Roberts, M., Bhide, A.: The Entrepreneurial Venture, Harvard Business School Press, 1999.

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•Donnely, R.: “The Family Business”, In: Aronoff, C., Astrachan, J., Ward, J. (Eds.): Family Business Sourcebook II, Business Owner Resources, Marietta, 1996.•Global Entrepreneurship Monitor reports; available at http://epfip.uni-mb.si•Roberts, M.: “The Challenge of Growth”, In: Sahlman, W., Stevenson, H., Roberts, M., Bhide, A.: The Entrepreneurial Venture, Harvard Business School Press, 1999.•Rus, M., Rebernik, M.: Instructions for preparing Business Plan; available at www.tovarnapodjemov.org•Sahlman, W.: “Some Thoughts on Business Plans”, In: Sahlman, W., Stevenson, H., Roberts, M., Bhide, A.: The Entrepreneurial Venture, Harvard Business School Press, 1999.•Slovenian Entrepreneurship Observatory reports; available at http://epfip. uni-mb.si•Stevenson, H.: “A Perspective on Entrepreneurship”, In: Sahlman, W., Stevenson, H., Roberts, M., Bhide, A.: The Entrepreneurial Venture, Harvard Business School Press, 1999.•Timmons, J.: Opportunity Recognition: “The Search for Higher-Potential Ventures”, In: Bygrave, W. (Ed.): Portable MBA in Entrepreneurship, Wiley, 1994.•Papers and teaching notes delivered in classroom Objectives

The course is designed to give the students the understanding of the economic role of entrepreneurship and the knowledge of fundamentals of entrepreneurship process. The goal of the project is to acquaint the student with the methods and techniques of business ideas evaluation and give the necessary background of what is involved in creating a new enterprise. Furthermore, the goal of the course is to give the students the understanding of intrapreneurship process and to build their capacity for applying knowledge in managing small and medium size enterprise.

Assessment

written examination 50% business plan 30% class participation and assignments 20%

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undergraduate course

Course number

BU13

Course Title

Customer Relationship management

Lecturer(s)

Matjaž Iršič, PhD

ECTS Credits

6

Language

English

level

BU

Semester

summer

Content (Syllabus outline)

1. The concept of CRM in organisation and widenesss of its application. 2. CRM and a marketing concept in organisation. 3. CRM concept and services marketing. 4. The role of CRM in customer value creation. 5. Market research and CRM. 6. The role of CRM in brand and positioning development. 7. CRM in competitive advantage management. 8. CRM process (analysis, diagnosis, planning with application tool, implementation and control). 9. CRM and internal marketing. 10. CRM and relationship marketing. 11. The application of the CRM in supply chain management. 12. Case studies.

Textbooks

Dyche, J., Dyche, J. (2001), The CRM Handbook: A Business Guide to CRM; Addison-Wesley, Co. Kotler, P., Keller, K. L. (2005), Marketing Management, 12.th ed.; Part 3 (Connecting with Customers) and Part 4 (Building Strong Brands); pp. 138-369; Pearson Education; Prentice Hall.

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Objectives

To inform students about the concept of CRM and its role in organisation; To explain to students a concept and an advantage of relationship of CRM with modern information systems as well as to emphasize an application of modern information technology in the process of CRM; To give to students key theoretical, methodological, and practical fundaments of the process of CRM; To explain the relationship of CRM with marketing orientation of organisations and the role of CRM in the context of marketing concept, process and system in organisations

Assessment

Seminar work and Written exam

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postgraduate course

Course number Course Title Lecturer(s) ECTS Credits level

BM01

eory Organization Th PhD Vojko PotoÄ?an, 6 BM

s Content (Syllabu outline)

Textbooks

36

Language Semester

English winter

tion Theory n and Organiza 1 Organizatio anization 1.1 What is Org n Theory n of Organizatio ty in Modern Socie 1.2 The Evolutio eo anization Th ry rg O of le Ro e e 1.3 Th nal Structur ls of Organizatio 2 Fundamenta org. structure of n io ints for creat po g tin ar St 1 2. l structure of organizationa 2.2 Attributes structure e organizational ational structur 2.3 System of ation of organiz cre of gy lo do 2.4 Metho n nted Organizatio 3 Process Orie s es oc pr of t poin 3.1 Social view ocess Procedures in pr d an s an Pl 3.2 of process 3.3 Workflow s creation a goal of proces as 3.4 Synergy, n of Processes 4 Organizatio processes 4.1 Dynamics of anagement 4.2 Change m ganization s for process or 4.3 Alternative provement n of process im tio ta en em pl Im 4.4 Practice Organizational 5 Cases from rs: uth-Western Slelected chapte and Design. So ry eo Th n tio iza : Organ Daft, R. (2001) ected chapters) ing, Mason. (sel ish bl Pu College ces: An Executive Additional sour Organizations: ng ni s. sig De : 2) 00 ey-Bass, Danver Galbraith, J. (2 d Process. Joss an e, ur ct ge ru lle St Co , rn gy este Guide to Strate isation. South-W : Business Organ 4) 00 (2 R. ft, Da journals, on lished studies, Publishing, Mas y materials (pub ud st l na tio di A list of ad e module begins ributed when th etc.) will be dist

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Assessment

The course intro duces the subjec t of organizatio tion to business n and its applica and other orga niz ational systems. application of or It provides an ganization princ ip le s to element of orga the analysis of nization (e.g. its different working and be different (e.g. so haviour) in rts, types, and kinds) systems the students th in order to give e knowledge an d skills to unde further the orga rstand and stud nization, manag y ement and beha subjects of busin viour of all ess and other sy stems. The purpose of the course is to enable students how different el to understand ements interrela te within the w tional systems. hole organizaactive work durin g lectures and tutorials 20% individual course papers 30% final written exam ination 50%

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postgraduate course Course number Course Title

BM02 Governance and Strategic Management Mojca Duh, PhD

Lecturer(s) ECTS Credits

6

level Content (Syllabu s outline)

Textbooks

Objectives

Assessment

38

BM

Language Semester

English

Relations betw winter een business po licy and strategi Developmenta c m anagement l planning at th e strategic man - seeking for an agement level: d identifying st rategic opportu strategy evalua nities and strate tion and selecti gies on programmin tation g of strategy im pl emen- Implementatio n and control at th e strategic man - Instrumental an agement level d institutional di mensions of stra obligatory: tegic managem ent Wheelen, T. L., Hunger, J. D. (2 00 0 or later ed Management an itions): Strategi d Business Polic c y. Prentice Hall additional: International. Wit de, B., Mey er, R. (2002): St rategy. Process, Thomson Learni Content, Contex ng, London. . - articles on go vernance and st ra te gi c management every time for ac (will be defined ademic year) - Understand pr ocess, instrumen tal and institutio governance an nal dimensions d strategic man of agement; - integrate the already acquire d knowledge in ec other areas with onomy, law an the governance d and managem presents the co ent theory which re of described su bj ec - enhance stud t; ents’ ability for cooperation in problems in stra solving selected tegic managem ent field. oral examinatio n (written exam ination in case students) of a large grou p of

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postgraduate course Course number

BM03

Course Title

International Strategic Marketing Management

Lecturer(s)

Milan JurĹĄe, PhD

ECTS Credits

6

Language

English

level

BM

Semester

winter

Content (Syllabus outline)

- globalisation of markets and its impact on business strategy; - globalization of competition and strategic marketing management; - internationalization process and competitive advantage of the firm; - international manager and global business mentality development; - market knowledge for competitive response to changes in international setting; - market convergence theory and strategies of a firm market response; - internationalization modes and business strategy (value chain configuration in international firms); strategies and management of market position on global markets; - market development stages and marketing management; business strategy, strategies of firm market growth and strategic management; - market opportunities analysis and strategic market portfolio; - global/local marketing strategy leverages and rationalization for marketing activities; - strategic facets of marketing mix for global market; - strategic marketing planning and local execution of marketing activities; - organization and control of marketing of international firm as a framework for rational market position development and marketing effort optimization in international setting.

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Textbooks

Basic course obligatory textbooks: Douglas, Susan P., and C. Samuel Craig (1995). Global Marketing Strategy. New York: Mc Graw-Hill.Johansson, Johny K. (2003). Global Marketing: Foreign Entry, Local Marketing, and Global Management. Chichago: Richard D. Irwin.Selected articles from various reviews (supporting readings). Recommended additional readings deMooij, Marieke (2004). Consumer Behavior and Culture: Consequences for Global Marketing and Advertising. London: Sage Publications.Gillespie, Kate, Jeannet, Jean-Pierre and Hubert D. Hennessy (2004), Global Marketing: An Interactive Approach. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company.•Ghemawat Pankaj (2007), Redesigning Global Strategy. Boston: Harvard Business School Press.•Govindarajan, Vijay and Anil K. Gupta (2001), The Quest for Global Dominance. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.•Grosse, Robert E. (ed.) (2000), Thunderbird on Global Business Strategy. New York: John Wiley & Sons.•Jeannet, Jean-Pierre (2000), Managing with a Global Mindset. London: Pearson Education.•Lasserre, Philippe (2002). Global Strategic Management. New York: Palgrave. (Chapters 1-11, 14).•Lasserre, Philippe and Hellmut Schütte (1995), Strategies for Asia Pacific.•London: Macmillan Press Ltd., poglavja 1-9.•Rugman, Alan (2001). The End of Globalization. New York: Amacom.•Verdin, Paul and Nick Van Heck (2001). From Local Champions to Global•Masters: A Strategic Perspective on Managing Internationalization. New York: Palgrave.

Objectives

The purpose of the course is to develop student understanding of influences of global business environment on business strategy and market position management in global market and to develop competency for managing international marketing by the use of modern strategic management concepts for international marketing at local and global level. To develop understanding of influences of the globalization of markets and internationalization process on strategic management of marketing function in business strategy of an international company. Upon proper understanding of global business environment influences on strategic decisions for developing international market position of the firm, the students will develop a capability for managing, implementing and controlling international marketing activities at strategic company level

Assessment

active group work participation group seminar research paper written or oral examination

20% 60% 20%

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postgraduate course

Course number Course Title Lecturer(s) ECTS Credits level

s Content (Syllabu outline)

Textbooks

Objectives

Assessment

BM04 acy Economic Diplom , PhD Davorin Kračun 6 BM

Language Semester

English summer

omic tice: Analysis of Econ Theory and Prac acy•Theoretical om pl Di ic of e om tic on ac What is Ec e Actors•The pr e and Non-Stat omic on Ec to es Diplomacy•Stat ng le Current Chal y• ac om pl gional Di Re ic e Econom acy•Th l Economic Diplom ra te la teralism and Bi ila y• ur ac Pl Diplom ic Diplomacy• om on ituEc an pe nal Financial Inst Dimension: Euro ts, the Internatio en nm er ov •G s: Multilateralism ion•Case Studie ational Cooperat onomic Ec e th g in tions and Intern at the WTO•Cre d an licy T AT G e ion•Is Trade Po The ITO, th d their preparat an its lations m Re m ic Su 8 om Summits•G panese Econ -Ja US of w ie rv Ove omic Diplomacy Democratic?•An ent Policy•Econ m on vir En l na io rnat Making EU Inte ld Trading System untries•The Wor Co ng tion pi lo ve De for ing and negotia y: decision-mak ac e om yn pl di Ba ic as om ol d by] Nich The new econ relations / [edite al.]. t ic [e om ... on dd ec l Bu na in internatio udies by Colin st se ca ith w 00 ; oolcock hgate, c2 3 and Stephen W rlington, VT : As Bu ; d an gl En , pshire Aldershot, Ham explain and ess people; to sin bu to y omic ac om ternational econ To introduce dipl conduct their in es at st e ey th th w w ly, ho understand ho ions domestical they make decis how these d an , lly relations: how r internationa he ot ch omic ea ith n actors in econ negotiate w termine the mai de to ct ra te in s processe diplomacy. 50% essay 50% e ns fe de

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postgraduate course

Course number

Course Title Lecturer(s)

Rasto Ovin, Ph D 6

ECTS Credits level

Assessment

42

BM

Language Semester

English Macroeconomic summer theory Main macroecon omic concepts Basic models of macroeconomic equilibria Influence of mac roeconomic conc ep ts on the econom Open economy ic policy macroeconomics Balance of paym ents Exchange-rate and exchange-ra te concepts The Mundell – Flemming mod el The influence of the exchange-ra te and policy-m of payments ix on the balanc e The influence of economic policy on the balance of Economic policy payments Economic policy as a political pr ocess Aims, subjects and instruments of economic po Labour market licy policy Economic policy efficiency Possible negativ e consequences of economic po Special issues of licy economic policy No English lang uage textbook s indicated The aim of the subject is to brin g concepts whi for modern mac ch are relevant roeconomics on the advanced le of predominan vel to students tly business maj ors. Referring to subject can be its methods, th placed betwee e n macroeconom at the 1st degr ic subjects taug ee (Economic th ht eo ry , Economic analys policy, the EU M is, Economic acroeconomic En vironment and lll at the 3rd de Macroeconomics gree of study. participation in the discussion du ring lectures seminar work 30% 40% written examin ation 30%

Content (Syllabu s outline)

Textbooks Objectives

BM05 Macroeconomics

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postgraduate course

Course number

BM06

Course Title

Information Systems Management

Lecturer(s)

Samo Bobek, PhD

ECTS Credits

6

Language

English

level

BM

Semester

summer

Content (Syllabus outline)

The course consists of the following topics: paradigms of information systems management, theories of strategic information systems planning, management of IT/IS projects portfolios, organizing IT/IS units, operational issues of IT/IS units, monitoring IT/IS units, measuring effects/results of IT/IS units and projects, IT investments, security management, outsourcing and insourcing of IT/IS resources.

Textbooks

Daniels C.: Information technology: the management challenge, Adison Wesley, 1994, Taylor J.: Managing information systems projects, Amacom 2004

Objectives

The main objective is to elaborate different viewpoints of management of IT/IS resources. It further explains management paradigms connected with the issues of planning, organizing and monitoring IT/IS resources and units. The objective is also to present and to discuss good practice within the cases connected with the topic.

Assessment

oral examination seminar paper

60% 40%

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Course Title

Business English I

Lecturer(s)

Drago Gajšt, MA Nataša Gajšt, MA Tosja Kobler Jovanovič, MA Tatjana Koropec Chapo, BA

ECTS Credits

6

Language

English

Year

1

Semester

Winter and summer (whole year)

Prerequisites

knowledge of the English language equivalent to level B2

Content (Syllabus outline)

Various economics and business topics are studied in order to achieve: a) academic goals: students will be able to read English business and economics texts, professional journals and textbooks, and b) professional goals, which comprise the ability to: read business papers and journals, conference papers, business reports and letters, understand speeches, negotiations, conversations, TV and radio programmes, write typical text types (annual reports, presentations, memos, etc.), communicate orally (in telephone conversations, negotiations, meetings, presentations, etc.).

Textbooks

Cotton, D., Falvey, D., Kent, S.: Market Leader- Intermediate Business English – New Edition (Course Book), Pearson Education, 2005 (chapters 1-7)•Mascull, B.: Business Vocabulary in Use, Cambridge: CUP, 2002 (selected chapters)•Duckworth, M.: Business Grammar and Practice, Oxford: OUP, 2004•Cotton, D., Robbins, S.: Business Class Longman, 1999 or later, chapter 4•EVROTERM. Multilingual terminology database http://www. sigov.si/evroterm•Cambridge Dictionary Online. http://dictionary. cambridge.org•Šega, L.: Veliki moderni poslovni slovar – angleško-slovenski., Ljubljana: Cankarjeva založba, 1997•Pinder, J.: The European Union. A Very Short Introduction, Oxford: OUP, 2001•Swan, M., Walter, C.: How English Works. A Grammar Practice Book, Oxford: OUP, 1997

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Objectives

Enhance and expand the general knowledge of English;•Introduce the terminology used in various fields of economics and business and which is related to other subjects studied in the 1st year;•Develop specific listening, speaking, reading and writing skills through authentic business texts;•Develop specific business communication skills (telephoning, e-mail, presentations, informal talks, meetings);•Encourage students to actively participate and work independently (presentations, home assignments);•Develop strategies needed for independent work (the use of reference books, web pages, dictionaries, etc.);•Familiarise students with cultures and business practices in English speaking countries and within the EU.

Assessment

active class participation 20% homework 20% written examination 60%

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Course Title

Business English II

Lecturer(s)

Drago Gajšt, MA Nataša Gajšt, MA Tosja Kobler Jovanovič, MA Tatjana Koropec Chapo, BA

ECTS Credits

6

Language

English

Year

2

Semester

Winter and summer (whole year)

Content (Syllabus outline)

The subject comprises various themes from the field of economics and business science for acquiring: a) academic skills: reading of English economic and business texts, scientific journals and textbooks; b) professional skills: reading of professional texts related to other subjects of the 2nd year of study, of reports and letters; writing CVs, letters of application, minutes, business correspondence; understanding of speeches, negotiations, dialogues, TV and radio programmes; writing of frequent text types (summary, presentation); appropriate use of language for negotiations, meetings and presentations.

Textbooks

Cotton, D., Falvey, D., Kent, S.: Market Leader- Intermediate Business English (Course Book), Harlow: Pearson Education, 2000 (selected chapters)•Tullis, G. in T. Trappe, T.: New Insights into Business, Harlow: Pearson Education, 2000 (selected chapters)•Mascull, B.: Business Vocabulary in Use, Cambridge: CUP, 2000 (selected chapters)•Cotton, D., Robbins, S.: Business Class Longman, 1999 or later, chapters 4, 7•EVROTERM. Multilingual terminology database http://www. sigov.si/evroterm•Cambridge Dictionary Online. http://dictionary. cambridge.org•Šega, L.: Veliki moderni poslovni slovar-angleškoslovenski. Ljubljana: Cankarjeva založba, 1997•Swan, M., Walter, C.: How English Works. A Grammar Practice Book, Oxford: OUP, 1997

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Objectives

Upgrade and extend the knowledge of the terminology related to various fields of economics and business science as well as to other subjects of the 2nd year of study;•Develop specific listening, speaking, reading and writing skills by using appropriate economics and business science related texts;•Develop specific business communication skills (e.g. presentations in English);•Upgrade the knowledge of the vocabulary needed in meetings and negotiations;•Introduce the basics of business correspondence;•Develop discussion skills in English;•Develop integrated skills by the application of case-studies;•Encourage students to active participation and individual work (presentations, home assignments, etc.);•Develop self-study strategies (use of handbooks, internet resources, dictionaries, etc.);•Introduce the culture and business customs in the Englishspeaking countries as well as in Europe.

Assessment

active class participation 20% homework 20% written examination 40% oral examination 20%

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Course Title

Business English III

Lecturer(s)

Drago Gajšt, MA Nataša Gajšt, MA Tosja Kobler Jovanovič, MA Tatjana Koropec Chapo, BA

ECTS Credits

6

Language

English

Year

3

Semester

Winter and summer (whole year)

Content (Syllabus outline)

Various economics and business topics are studied in order to achieve: a) academic goals: students will be able to read English business and economics textbooks, books and professional journals, they will develop the ability to participate in exchange programmes, studies abroad, have the ability to qualify for internships abroad (e.g. AIESEC), have the ability to take notes in English, summarise, and b) professional goals, which comprise the ability to: read business papers and journals, conference papers, business reports and letters, understand speeches, negotiations, conversations, TV and radio programmes, write typical text types (annual reports, presentations, memos, etc.), communicate orally (in telephone conversations, negotiations, meetings, presentations, etc.).

Textbooks

Cotton, D., Falvey, D., Kent, S.: Market Leader- Upper Intermediate Business English (Course Book), Harlow, Pearson Education, 2000 (selected chapters)•Pile, L., A. Williams, I. Wood.: Pass Cambridge BEC Higher – Student's Book, Summertown Publishing, 2002 (selected chapters)•Mascull, B.: Business Vocabulary in Use, Cambridge: CUP, 2002 (selected chapters)•EVROTERM. Multilingual terminology database http:// www.sigov.si/evroterm•Cambridge Dictionary Online. http:// dictionary.cambridge.org•Šega, L.: Veliki moderni poslovni slovarangleško-slovenski, Ljubljana: Cankarjeva založba, 1997•Pinder, J.: The European Union. A Very Short Introduction, Oxford: OUP, 2001•Ashley, A.: A Handbook of Commercial Correspondence, Oxford: OUP, 2003

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Objectives

Develop and enhance the terminology used in various fields of economics and business and which is related to other subjects studied in the 3rd year;•Develop specific listening, speaking, reading and writing skills through authentic business texts;•Develop specific business communication skills (presentations)•Upgrade the vocabulary needed in business meetings and negotiations;•Upgrade the knowledge in the area of written business communication (business correspondence, summaries, reports, memos, etc.)•Develop the ability to communicate verbally;•Develop integrated skills through case studies;•Encourage students to actively participate and work independently (presentations, home assignments, etc.);•Develop strategies needed for independent work (the use of reference books, web pages, dictionaries, etc.)•Familiarise students with cultures and business practices in English speaking countries and within the EU.

Assessment

active class participation 20% homework 20% seminar paper 10% written examination 30% oral examination 20%

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Course Title

Business German I

Lecturer(s)

Alenka Plos, BA Nada Puklavec, Mag. phil.

ECTS Credits

6

Language

German

Year

1

Semester

Winter and summer (whole year)

Prerequisites

knowledge of the German language equivalent to level B2

Content (Syllabus outline)

Various economics and business topics are studied in order to achieve: a) academic goals: students will be able to read German business and economics texts, professional journals and textbooks, b) professional goals, which comprise the ability to:read business papers and journals, conference papers, business reports and letters, understand speeches, negotiations, conversations, TV and radio programmes, write typical text types (annual reports, presentations, memos, etc.), communicate orally (in telephone conversations, negotiations, meetings, presentations, etc .).Real-life cases from business practice are studied, as well as newspaper and magazine articles. Key grammatical structures are studied in detail.

Textbooks

Höffgen, A.: Deutsch lernen für den Beruf, Ismaning, Max Hueber Verlag, 2001•Kline, A., Senčar, M., Židanik, M.: Nemška slovnica z vajami, Maribor, Ekonomsko-poslovna fakulteta, 2004•Handouts, current issues of journals and newspapers

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Objectives

Enhance and expand the general knowledge of German;•Introduce the terminology used in various fields of economics and business and which is related to other subjects studied in the 1st year;•Develop specific listening, speaking, reading and writing skills through authentic business texts;•Develop specific business communication skills (telephoning, e-mail, presentations, informal talks, meetings);•Encourage students to actively participate and work independently (presentations, home assignments);•Develop strategies needed for independent work (the use of reference books, web pages, dictionaries, etc.;•Familiarise students with cultures and business practices in German speaking countries and within the EU.

Assessment

active class participation 20% homework 20% written examination 60%

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Course Title

Business German II

Lecturer(s)

Alenka Plos, BA Nada Puklavec, Mag. phil.

ECTS Credits

6

Language

German

Year

2

Semester

Winter and summer (whole year)

Content (Syllabus outline)

Various economics and business topics are studied in order to achieve: a) academic goals: students will be able to read German business and economics textbooks, books and professional journals, and b) professional goals, which comprise the ability to: read business papers and journals, conference papers, business reports and letters, understand speeches, negotiations, conversations, TV and radio programmes, write typical text types (annual reports, presentations, memos, etc.), communicate orally (in telephone conversations, negotiations, meetings, presentations, etc.).

Textbooks

Höffgen, A.: Deutsch lernen für den Beruf, Ismaning, Max Hueber Verlag, 2001•Kline, A., Senčar, M., Židanik, M.: Nemška slovnica z vajami, Maribor, Ekonomsko-poslovna fakulteta, 2004•Handouts, current issues of journals and newspapers

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Objectives

Develop and enhance the terminology used in various fields of economics and business and which is related to other subjects studied in the 2nd year;•Develop specific listening, speaking, reading and writing skills through authentic business texts;•Develop specific business communication skills (presentations)•Upgrade the vocabulary needed in business meetings and negotiations;•Upgrade the knowledge in the area of written business communication (business correspondence, summaries, reports, memos, etc.)•Develop the ability to communicate verbally;•Develop integrated skills through case studies;•Encourage students to actively participate and work independently (presentations, home assignments, etc.);•Develop strategies needed for independent work (the use of reference books, web pages, dictionaries, etc.)•Familiarise students with cultures and business practices in German speaking countries and within the EU.

Assessment

active class participation 20% homework 20% written examination 40% oral examination 20%

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Textbooks

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Business German III Alenka Plos, BA l. Nada Puklavec, Mag. phi German ge gua Lan 6 year) Winter and summer (whole Semester 3 order to iness topics are studied in Various economics and bus achieve: rman ts will be able to read Ge a) academic goals: studen fespro and oks bo , textbooks business and economics ipate rtic pa to ility ab the elop sional journals, they will dev studies abroad, have the in exchange programmes, s abroad , have the ability hip ability to qualify for interns summarise, and to take notes in German, prise the ability to: read com ich b) professional goals, wh rnals, conference papers, business papers and jou ers, understand speeches, business reports and lett es, s, TV and radio programm negotiations, conversation s, ion tat sen pre s, ort rep nual write typical text types (an ver te orally (in telephone con memos, etc.), communica .). etc etings, presentations, sations, negotiations, me Verlag, 1999 ft, Ismaning, Max Hueber Jung, L.: Betriebswirtscha ls and rna jou uts, current issues of (selected chapters)•Hando newspapers

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Objectives

Assessment

Develop and en hance the term inology used in of economics an various fields d business and which is related subjects studie to other d in the 3rd ye ar;•Develop sp speaking, read ec ific listening, ing and writing skills through au business texts;• thentic Develop specific business comm (presentations)• unication skills Upgrade the vo cabulary needed meetings and ne in business gotiations;•Upgr ade the knowle area of written dge in the business comm unication (busin dence, summar ess corresponies, reports, mem os, etc.)•Develop communicate ve the ability to rbally;•Develop integrated skills studies;•Encour through case age students to actively particip independently ate and work (presentations, home assignm strategies need ents, etc.);•Deve ed for independ lop ent work (the us books, web pa e of reference ges, dictionarie s, etc.)•Familiarise cultures and bu students with siness practices in German spea and within the king countries EU. active class parti cipation 20% homework 20% seminar paper 10% written examin ation 30% oral examinatio n 20%

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General information for students Slovenia Slovenia, the green heart of Europe, lies between the mountainous Austria, Croatia and Italy, flat Hungary and the warm Adriatic Sea. Its variety and beauty surprise visitors from all over the world. Snowy Alpine peaks and the Triglav National Park with many glacial valleys, gorges, waterfalls, lakes, and crystal-clear wild waters visitors looking for peace in the mountains, as well as sports climbers, skiers, canoeists and gliders in search for relaxation and excitement. The Alpine tourist centre is Bled with an island in the middle of a lake and a mighty castle on top of the cliff. Only a two hours' drive separates mountain lovers from pleasures offered by the Slovenian

Basic data: Slovenia Official name

Republic of Slovenia

Area

20 273 km2

Forest

10 124 km2

Length of coast

46.6 km

Population

2 million

Capital Climate

Ljubljana (~266 000 inhabitants) Alpine, Continental, Mediterranean

Political system

Central European Time (GMT+1) multipar ty parliamentary democracy

Currency

Euro

Time zone

Economy Drinking water

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Mediterranean. Portorož Riviera with great hotels, a casino, congress centres, a marina and green countryside is known all around. A great deal of entertainment and the exquisite Primorska cuisine with fish specialities and top quality wines satisfy even the most pretentious tastes. The Karst region with its caves, plateaus, fields, disappearing streams, and a periodic lake offers many possibilities for exploring and discovering Slovenia. There are many subterranean caves, from the world famous Postojnska Cave with beautiful stalactites, pillars and rocky curtains and UNESCO's heritage Škocjan Caves to grottos that are difficult to access, where climbing is only possible with experienced local guides. In Lipica (Karst), sheltered by centuryold lime trees, there is an over 400 year old stud farm of Lipizzaners, the famous white horses of Slovenian origin. Numerous natural spas developed near thermal and mineral springs. Their slogan is a healthy

GDP p.c. €17.286; export €25,7 bn; import € 25.3 bn (2011) The tap water is safe and drinkable throughout the country.

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spirit and body, relaxation and well-being, entertainment and recreation in all seasons. The cultural heritage of Slovenia is opulent and colourful but unfortunately often abandoned. One of the indicators of the rich Slovenian history and cultural heritage are its castles. The Slovenian identity has developed together with a rich cultural life. It is mirrored in village and city architecture, numerous folk customs, cultural events, museums and galleries. Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, is an architectural treasure, the centre of economic, cultural and political life

Maribor Maribor, whose origins as a town can be traced back to the 13th century, is today the second largest city (115 000 inhabitants) of Slovenia and represents the centre of Slovenian Styria (Štajerska) region. The city’s character has been shaped by its industry, which once performed a significant role in the Slovenian economy. Apart from that, Maribor offers a rich and varied cultural experience to inhabitants and visitors alike with its renowned Slovenian National Theatre Maribor, featuring drama, opera and ballet performances, a number of museums and galleries offering numerous cultural events. In addition to many cultural events, the citizens can enjoy the city’s beautiful and relaxing surroundings as it lies at the foothills of the Pohorje mountains, providing several outdoor activities such as hiking and skiing. Special events, such as the traditional Golden Fox Trophy, a Women’s Ski World Cup competition, as well as the international multicultural Festival Lent and events around the Old Vine provide a particularly animated atmosphere. Maribor is also known for its excellent wines, as many vineyards surround the city. Moreover, with its University, Maribor is also a city with a distinguished intellectual potential. The fact that the town has chosen to call itself

with a lively tourist atmosphere. Information and sources: m National Tourist Association www.ntz-nta.si m Slovenian Tourist Board www.slovenia.info m Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, www.stat.si

“the University city” denotes its awareness of the importance of education and research in its development. All these features make Maribor an attractive and enjoyable destination for visitors from Slovenia and abroad. Tourist Information: m Slovenian Tourist Board, www.slovenia.info m Maribor Tourist Board, www.maribor-tourism.si

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Getting to Maribor Road Maribor is located close to the motorway from Ljubljana to Vienna (E57, E59); the motorways to Budapest and Zagreb are under construction. Find more detailed information at www.maribortourism.si. Air The closest airports to the city of Maribor are: Airport

Airport code

Flight information

Distance from Maribor

Connection to Maribor

Maribor Airport

MBX

www.maribor-airport.si

10 km South

Bus

Graz Airport

GRZ

www.flughafen-graz.at

60 km North

Train

Zagreb Airport

ZAG

www.zagreb-airport.hr

110 km South

bus and train

Ljubljana Airport

LJU

www.lju-airport.si

115 km South-West

bus and train

Klagenfurt Airport

KLU

www.klagenfurt-airport.at

125 km West

Train

Some of these airports are served by low fares airlines. Consult the airport websites for current information on flight offers. Rail Maribor is very well connected by rail to Slovenia's neighbouring countries and to the other regions of Slovenia. To get to Maribor from more remote regions, you will have to change trains once or twice. Please consult an online International Timetable to check your connection: m UIC – International Union of Railways: www.uic.asso.fr m ÖBB (English): http://fahrplan.oebb.at/ bin/query.exe/en m DB (English): http://reiseauskunft.bahn. de/bin/query.exe/en The Slovenian Railways (SŽ, www.slo-zeleznice. si) provide offers and timetables for national traffic. The main railway station of Maribor is located at Partizanska cesta 50. Minimum journey time: Ljubljana 1.5h, Graz 1h,

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Zagreb 2.5h, Vienna/Wien 3.5h, Bratislava 5h, Budapest 7h, Munich/München 8h, Prague/ Praha 8.5h, Milan/Milano 8.5h, Belgrade/ Beograd 9h, Rome/Roma 11h, Cracow/Kraków 11h, Sarajevo 12h, Zurich/Zürich 12h. Attention should be paid to comparing ticket offers. Coach There are direct coach services to Maribor from several cities. The central bus station (Avtobusna postaja Maribor, Mlinska ulica 1) is situated near the railway station. Timetables for local, regional and international traffic are provided by Veolia Transport, www. veolia-transport.si. International routes are available from Eurolines, www.eurolines.com.

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Climate and weather Slovenia lies in the northern moderate warm zone, in a region where there is twice as much rain and snowfall as the world average, and consequently the Slovenian countryside is pleasantly green. Simultaneously, Maribor shares a strong Pannonian influence, and that is why the amount of rainfall in the city is somewhat lower (on an average 1050 mm per year). Most rain falls from April to July, mostly as showers and heavy rain. Maribor is one of the sunniest places in Slovenia; it has an average of 266 sunny days per year. Fog mainly occurs in winter in the early hours of the morning. The city’s favourable position also protects Mariborians and visitors from unpleasant winds. Source: Maribor Tourist Board, www.maribortourism.si. Cultural Life Maribor provides a lot of possibilities to spend your free time. You can visit museums, galleries, theatres, cinemas or you can spend the evening with your friends in one of the pubs and disco clubs. Cultural events may contribute to helping you get acquainted with the city. Some of these events

are known also abroad - especially the “Festival Lent” (lent.slovenija.net) in the early summer, the festival of chamber music “Musical September” and the Borštnik Meeting of Slovenian theatres. Nature Maribor lies in the embrace of the green Pohorje mountains and wine growing hills, at both sides of the river Drava. Pohorje is a skiing centre in winter and a place for hiking, cycling, and recreation all year round (www.pohorje.si). In the municipality of Maribor there is a large number of protected natural sights: three regional/landscape parks (Drava, Trije ribniki, Mariborsko jezero), a natural reserve (Mariborski otok) and others. Communication Phone operators for pre-paid and post-paid mobile telecommunication: m Mobitel: www.mobitel.si; shop: Maribor, Partizanska 46 m Si.Mobil – Vodafone: www.simobil.si; shop: Maribor, Glavni trg 17b m Debitel: www.debitel.si m M Mobil: www.mmobil.si, shop: Maribor, Mercator Partizanska 3-5

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Have a look at www.gsmworld.com to find your cheapest roaming tariff. Calls in public phone boxes can be made with phone cards. They are sold at post offices, tobacco shops and newspaper kiosks. You can access the Internet for free from the computer lab at the Faculty, from the computer

Meals for students In Slovenia, students (regular as well as exchange students) are entitled to buy meal coupons that can be used as payment in several restaurants, bistros, canteens, and pizzerias all over the town. Each student can get up to twenty coupons per month. The price varies from € 0.50 to € 3.50 representing a value of € 2.50 to € 6. So buying meal coupons is the cheapest way to get lunch or dinner. Current prices of coupons are available from the University of Maribor Student Organisation: www.soum.si, choose “prehrana”, under “ponudba v mestu” click on Maribor. Cost of living m Accomodation: from €130 (student dormitory, double room) to € 200 (private accommodation) per month m Food: from € 100 to € 200 per month m Books, scripts: from € 50 to € 100 per semester Average retail prices are available from the Statistical Office, www.stat.si. Accommodation

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rooms in the student dormitories, or from your dormitory room (if equipped). Otherwise there are cyber cafes and public institutions offering Internet access. For a detailed list, see www. maribor-tourism.si.

1. Places in Dormitories The rooms in the Student Dormitories (two locations in the city of Maribor: Tyrševa ulica 23 and Gosposvetska cesta 83) are mostly double rooms, 5 to 6 rooms share a kitchen, bathroom and toilets. In the student dorms pillows and bed linen are provided, but you should bring your own towels. The residence fees are approximately € 60 per person in a double room per month. You have to pay the residence fees for three months in advance upon your arrival, and a security deposit of € 60 which will be refunded at your departure if there is no damage to your room. There is Internet and telephone access in some rooms. Photos: Študentski domovi www.uni-mb.si/ povezava.aspx?pid=1745&langID=1060 (in Slovenian only) If there are no more places free in the student dormitories, the International Relations Office can reserve rooms in some dorms for secondary school students. The residence fees vary from € 70 to € 120 per month, mostly including breakfast. 3. Private Accommodation A more expensive way of staying in Maribor is

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renting a private room or a flat. There is plenty of information about different kinds of rooms and rents in the local newspapers. We suggest you look through the advertisements when you arrive with a Slovenian student - your mentor. Renting a private room will cost you from € 100 to € 200 per month plus expenses (electricity, water, etc.). Private rooms can be found at www.kamrica.net

Residence Non-EU citizens Students are advised to apply for a residence permit on time; it can take more than two months to obtain it. Consult the Embassies, Diplomatic Missions and Consulates General of the Republic of Slovenia: www.mzz.gov.si. The application for residence must be accompanied by evidence of fulfilment of the following conditions: m a valid passport whose expiry date exceeds by at least three months the intended period of stay in the Republic of Slovenia, m the enrolment at the University of Maribor, m an appropriate health insurance, and m sufficient means of subsistence during their stay in the country or the subsistence must be otherwise guaranteed. Within three days of arriving in Maribor, the student has to confirm the residence permit at the Municipality (Upravna enota Maribor), address: SI-2501 Maribor, Ulica heroja Staneta 1, http://upravneenote.gov.si. Sources: Government of the Republic of Slovenia, Ministry of the Interior, www.mnz.gov.si Government of the Republic of Slovenia, Ministry

Contact person for accommodation: Lidija Sosič, University of Maribor, International Relations Office +386 2 2355 268  eva.skruba@uni-mb.si  lidija.sosic@uni-mb.si

of Foreign Affairs, www.mzz.gov.si

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Compulsory health insurance During their temporary stay in the Republic of Slovenia, insured persons from the EU member states will be able to claim medical services in public health institutions and from private doctors who have concluded a contract with the Health Insurance Institute of Slovenia (HIIS) on the basis of the European health insurance card. Medical services may only be claimed at the primary level in health centres and from general

Erasmus Student Network (ESN) – Projects for Exchange Students The Erasmus Student Network at the University of Maribor assists exchange students during their stay in Slovenia and organises the Welcome Week as well as trips and other events. Each exchange student is cared for by her or his mentor, a Slovenian student that will help at any time and give an understanding of Maribor’s student and cultural life. The Welcome Week takes place the week before the start of each semester or during the first week of the semester. It lasts five days and tends to help incoming students arranging formalities, getting to know the city and its sur-

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practitioners who have concluded a contract with the HIIS, while from specialists and in hospitals this may only be done on the basis of a doctor's referral issued by a general practitioner. In cases of emergency a foreign insured person may also go directly to the emergency service in the nearest hospital.

roundings, and many other things. Besides the Welcome Week, ESN arranges weekly evening meetings, birthday parties, cultural events, sports activities and trips to different regions of Slovenia. This is a cheap and successful way to get to know the treasures of Slovenia and regularly means great fun! Erasmus Student Network (ESN) at the University of Maribor Maribor, Slomškov trg 15, ) +386 2 2355 385 http://esn.uni-mb.si

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Letters from exchange students We invite you to browse through the experiences of students who spent a semester or a year in Maribor. Find some of these experiences here; even more are available from the International Students Report Service, www.iris.siu.no/iris.nsf/ reports.

Marzena Ficek from Katowice, Hello! If you think about studying somewhere abroad you have to choose the University of Maribor in Slovenia. Slovenia is a small but so beautiful country, Maribor is full of nice coffee places. The faculty offers interesting subjects and has very helpful professors. ESN organise a time full of attractions so you don’t even have to worry about being bored. What are you waiting for? Go and apply for a semester in Maribor. Hannu Arola from Vaasa, In my opinion, an exchange time is much more than just school. It’s about spending time with different people and a good experience of living in a foreign country… In Maribor, I lived in a student dormitory, which I really enjoyed. Overall, I want to say that my time in Maribor was one of the greatest periods in my whole life. I got a lot of new friends from all over the world. Margarita Nikolova and Dilyana Georgieva from Varna For us, being Erasmus students has been the best time in our lives so far! We wouldn’t have imagined that so many different people from so many different countries can become such good friends. Besides, Erasmus proved to be useful for us because we learned about a foreign country, about the way of life, the culture by actually living here. We touched the atmosphere and we fell in love with Slovenia! Being Erasmus makes you even more open-minded, and it would never be the same without the ESN team and the International Office who always helped and advised us.

Cecília Szolnoki from Budapest, I was a CEEPUS student in Maribor for the winter semester 2005/2006, and luckily, I could stay until June 2006. I applied for the prolongation because of the wonderful time, the school, and the surroundings. The professors here made our life easier, they were always ready to help, as well as the International Office and the ESN. If I had to choose again a place to go, for sure it would be Maribor again! Ivan Antonijević from Podgorica This is my first time to be separated from my family for a longer period. The people in Maribor, the exchange students, the professors – all are really kind and help in any situation. So after one semester I decided to prolong my stay in Slovenia. Mart Knol from Leeuwarden When the teachers at my school told me to go to Maribor I had no idea to what kind of country I would be going. But after a few days in Maribor I experienced that the Slovenians were very nice and open minded. We stayed in a nice student dormitory and had the opportunity to visit also the neighbouring countries like Austria, Croatia and Hungary. I met people from other countries and got to know their habits: You can have a great time with other students at one of the parties. The faculty is very well arranged. The first day you get a good introduction what you can expect. And the courses that I followed had a good quality. When you have the opportunity of studying in Maribor don’t hesitate!

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Basic Slovenian – Words and Phrases

English

Slovenian

English

Slovenian

Good day

Dober dan

Please

Prosim

Hello

Zdravo

Thank you

Hvala

Good bye

Nasvidenje

Yes

Da

See you

Adijo

No

Ne

What is your name?

Kako ti je ime?

Do you speak English?

Govorite angleško?

Where do you come from?

Od kod prihajaš?

I do not speak Slovenian.

Ne govorim slovensko.

How much does it cost?

Koliko stane?

I do not understand.

Ne razumem.

What is the time?

Koliko je ura?

I do not know.

Ne vem.

It's eight o'clock.

Ura je osem.

Cheers/Bless you

Na zdravje

How are you?

Kako si?

Good (I am fine).

Dobro

Numbers

Števila

Bad (I am not well).

Slabo

1 one

ena

Shop

Trgovina

2 two

dva

Post

Pošta

3 three

tri

Railway station

Železniška postaja

4 four

štiri

Bus station

Avtobusna postaja

5 five

pet

Hospital

Bolnišnica

6 six

šest

Restaurant

Gostilna

7 seven

sedem

Drink

Pijaa

8 eight

osem

Water

Voda

9 nine

devet

Food

Hrana

10 ten

deset

Breakfast

Zajtrk

100 one hundred

sto

Snack

Malica

200 two hundred

dvesto

Lunch

Kosilo

500 five hundred

petsto

Večerja

1000 one thousand

tisoč

Dinner

Links to Slovenian language and translating resources: m Learning Slovenian online: http://www.e-slovenscina.si/login_snd_eng.asp m BBC Languages Quick Fix: www.bbc.co.uk/languages/other/quickfix/slovene.shtml m Amebis Presis Translation System: http://presis.amebis.si/prevajanje/index.asp?jezik=en m Slovenian for Travellers: http://www.ff.uni-lj.si/publikacije/sft m http://webapp.rrz.uni-hamburg.de/~slowenisch/ (German-Slovenian dictionary for beginners) 64

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4. Contacts Important phone numbers and websites Contact

Website

Emergency call

www.sos112.si

112

Police

www.policija.si

113

Fire

www.sos112.si

112

Hospital

www.sb-mb.si

+386 2 3211000

Telephone subscriber information Road breakdown assistance

www.tis.telekom.si

1188

www.amzs.info

1987

Tourist information Maribor

www.maribor-tourism.si

+386 2 2346611

Railway station Maribor

www.slo-zeleznice.si

+386 2 2922160

Bus station Maribor

www.veolia-transport.si

080 1116

Faculty of Economics and Business,International Office

www.epf.uni-mb.si

+386 2 2290 252

www.uni-mb.si University of Maribor,International Relations Office – Incoming

+386 2 2355 268

Sources of pictures: www.maribor-pohorje.si; Slovenska turistična agencija and Faculty of Economics and Business, Maribor

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Title: Guide for Exchange Students Editor: Sanja Kocijan, M.Sc. Published by: Univerza v Mariboru, Ekonomsko-poslovna fakulteta Design: Sanja Kocijan, M.Sc. Print: Rolgraf d.o.o., Tiskarna Medvode First published: 2008 Number of copies: 250 ISSN 1855-5071 Š UM, Faculty of Economics and Business, Maribor, 2008

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