What's new in our study offer?
New trends and employers’ demands for certain profiles of graduates, new markets and the growth of information technologies require continuous changes of our academic offer. We thus devote special attention to regular updates of our study programmes. Being a relatively small university we can quickly respond to changes of the labour market and other characteristics of the changing society.
Studies of Physics and Astrophysics now also in Ljubljana
In the 2017/18 academic year, the School of Science started to carry out the 1st year of the undergraduate study programme Physics and Astrophysics (first level) in Ljubljana, on the premises of the Institute of Metals and Technology (IMT, Lepi pot 11, SI-1000 Ljubljana). This study programme is the only undergraduate study programme in the field of astrophysics in Slovenia. Graduates can later pursue a MSc degree at the Master’s study programme “Physics and Astrophysics”, with the opportunity of choosing between the modules Astrophysics and Solid State Physics.
New premises of the School of Engineering and Management
In summer 2017 the School of Engineering and Management acquired new premises in the newly-renovated Lanthieri Mansion in Vipava, also home of the School of Environmental Sciences and the School for Viticulture and Enology. Carrying out a part of academic activities of the undergraduate study programme Engineering and Management (First Level) on new premises has further improved the study conditions. The above-mentioned study programme was revised in 2016/17 and thus offers even more IT-related contents (such as internet marketing, web and mobile technologies, e-commerce, information security) and offering more elective courses. This additional knowledge gives our graduates, who in any case have great employment prospects, even better job opportunities.
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New in 2017/18 – Master’s study programme Digital Humanities
In 2017/18 the School of Humanities launched an interdisciplinary Master’s study programme Digital Humanities (second level). The students with a previously obtained degree in humanities upgrade their subject-specific competences with new knowledge of information technologies leading to changes in the society and culture, while the graduates of computer sciences acquire broader knowledge of humanities. The studies are project-oriented and, in term of elective courses, cover the areas of humanities and computer science. The interdisciplinary character of the study programme boosts the students’ employment prospects and enables the students a high degree of electiveness, allowing them to select the elective courses depending on the orientation of their undergraduate studies. The study programme is carried out by the School of Humanities of the University of Nova Gorica in cooperation with the School of Engineering and Management and the School of Arts.
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Digital Humanities Certificate
Besides launching the Master’s study programme Digital Humanities (2nd Bologna cycle), the School of Humanities also offers the 30-ECTS Digital Humanities Certificate, which is of interdisciplinary nature and includes courses in the areas of humanities, computer science and multimedia design.
Economics and Techniques for the Conservation of the Architectural and Environmental Heritage: double doctoral degree programme with the Università Iuav di Venezia from Venice (Italy)
In the academic year 2017/18, the University of Nova Gorica and the IUAV University of Venice (Università Iuav di Venezia) launched a double doctoral degree programme within the postgraduate study programme Economics and Techniques for the Conservation of the Architectural and Environmental Heritage (third level). The programme is carried out by the Graduate School of the University of Nova Gorica and the School of Doctorate Studies of the University Iuav of Venice. A doctoral diploma will be awarded to students by both institutions, the University of Nova Gorica and at the University of Iuav of Venice, upon their successul accomplishing of all study requirements at their home university and the pre-defined set of study requirements at the partner university.
News on launching the double degree programme
More information about the programme
Among further improvements and additions to the existing academic offer foreseen for 2018/19, the introduction of the Master’s study programme Materials Science (2nd Bologna cycle) should be pointed out. The programme will be run by the School of Science.
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