Slovene Studies Admissions for the academic year 2020/2021 - not yet been formaly approved by the Government of the Republic of Slovenia

Those concerned are invited to enroll for:

three-year university study programme.

Place of study:

Nova Gorica, Vipavska 13

General requirements for enrollment are:

  • successfully completed matura exam leading to matriculation,
  • successfully completed final examination before 1 June 1995, that follows a suitable four-year secondary school programme,
  • successfully completed the final examination following a suitable vocational secondary school (vocational matura) in the same field of expertise (Klasius-P-16 Section 02: Arts and Humanities; 03: Social Sciences, Journalism and Information Science; 04: Business and Administrative Sciences, Law) and successfully completed the examination in one of the folowing matura subjects: history, sociology, philosophy or psyhology; this such subject shall not be the same as any of the subjects that the candidate has already successfully completed in the final examination of the vocational secondary school.

Enrollment places

Enrollment places/full-time study Citizens of the Republic of Slovenia and citizens of other EU Member States Citizens of countries that are not Member States of the European Union and Slovenians without Slovenian citizenship
1st year 25 4
2nd and 3rd year * *
Enrollment places/part-time study Citizens of the Republic of Slovenia and citizens of other EU Member States Citizens of countries that are not Member States of the European Union and Slovenians without Slovenian citizenship
1st year 5 2
2nd and 3rd year * *

* The number of enrollment places is limited by the number of places available for 1st year.

In case the number of candidates exceeds the number of available positions, the candidates will be selected based on their GPA from their secondary school programme.

Please note that all lectures are in Slovene language.

Further information

School of Humanities
T: +386 5 3315 237
E: info.fh@ung.si

Programme description and course list
School of Humanities website