KLAUS STAECK - NOTHING IS DONE.
Faculty of Administration is proud to host an exhibition from Klaus Staeck - Nothing is done. We will open the exhibiton at 13.00 infront of P14 lecture room. You are kindly welcome to join us. >> more
16th Toulon - Verona, Conference hosted by the Faculty of Administration, at the end of August >> more
Guest lecture: Jan Schelstraete from University College Ghent, Faculty of Business and Information management (Belgija) with title:
“Intercultural communication: turning theory in practice”, Wednesday, 8 May 2013, from 16:00 to 19:15 in Room 03
“Communication in the Belgian cockpit, an introduction into intercultural communication”, Friday, 10 May 2013, from 8:30 to 11:40 in Room 14
Guest lectures: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Administration has a great pleasure to invite you to the following guest lectures given by the prominent professor prof. em. Dr. Christoph Reichard who held the Chair for Public Management at the University of Potsdam and is a Deputy Managing Director of the Institute of Local Government Studies. >> more
Guest lecture: Doc. dr. Vanda Marakova, from Matej Bel University in Banska Bystrica (Slovakia) with title: „Business environment in Slovakia and Slovenia – international perspective“. Tuesday, 26. 03. 2013 at 12.40 p.m. in Lecture room P01, Faculty of Administration. Lectures will be held in English. Welcome.
Guest lecture: Doc.JUDr. So˛a Skulová, Ph.D. from Masaryk University in Brno, Faculty of Law with title: „Administrative appeal in the Czech Republic: regulation, effectiveness, perspectives“. Tuesday, 12. 03. 2013 at 4 p.m. in Lecture room P01, Faculty of Administration. Lectures will be held in English. Welcome!
Guest lecture: Wim Buekens from Faculty of Business and Information Management, University College Ghent with title: „Boosting the Innovation Power within Organizations“
Wednesday, 24. 10. 2012 at 8.30 in Lecture room P14 Faculty of Administration. Lecture will be held in English.
Guest lecture: Associate professor Marcin Szewczak, PhD, from Faculty of Law, Canon Law and Administration of the John Paul II Catholic University in Lublin (Poland) with title: »Regional development in Poland«.
Monday, 4. 6. 2012 at 12.30 in Lecture room P09, Faculty of Administration.
Guest lecture: Harald Wilhelm and Marion Böttcher from University of Applied Sciences for Administration and Legal Affairs in Bavaria with title: »Human rights in German constitution« and »German Constitution history and the process of reunion of Germany«.
Thursday, 5.4.2012 at 12.00 in Lecture room P07, Faculty of Administration.
Guest lecture: prof. dr. Ivan Berend from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) with a title: » Bolt from the Blue? European Economic Crisis 2008-2012 «.
Tuesday, 20th March 2012 at 11.00 a.m., lecture room P14, Faculty of Administration. >> more
EAPAA ACCREDITED STUDY PROGRAMMES
Master's Study Programme II. cycle "Administration" entirely in English. >> more
Joint Master's Study Programme: Finance and Accounting for Common Europe >> more
Matija BogdanoviŠ, Belgrade: "In Ljubljana I will get a different perspective and new knowledge" >> more
ABOUT THE FACULTY
The Faculty of Administration builds upon tradition with the needs of today.
In line with its vision, mission, and strategic plan it was one of the first Slovenian faculties to start implementing the Bologna study programmes with the 3+2 study scheme.
After three years of study the students can acquire a university degree and can continue their studies in the two years master's study programme. In the new study programmes the students can choose among many elective subjects. Much importance is assigned to practical training.
- Professional development is fostered by exchange programs offered both to students and teachers according to programs with partner institutions. They give the students with priceless experience useful for their future careers, as well as the opportunity to meet new people, socialize, and relax.
- Important personal development is provided for the students by numerous extracurricular cultural and sports activities.
- Research, development The Faculty also carries out research, development, and advisory projects for Slovenian and foreign clients, in addition to professional training of civil servants.
- Library and publishing The Faculty has a specialized library and publishing activity, issuing scholarly and educational works on selected topics, textbooks and other educational materials. It also publishes the international journal Uprava (Administration).