Master of Political Science - Political Theory
If you are interested in contemporary political debateson the political and social dilemmas of the(post) modern world, the programme on PoliticalTheory should be your primary choice. The programmeis an advanced programme in PoliticalScience, focused on the interdisciplinary studyof political ideas, institutions and practices. Theprogramme gathers some of the most prominentscholars in the field.
Type: second level Master study programme of Political Science - Political Theory
Duration: 1 year
Professional title: Master of Political Science / magister/-ica politologije
Deadline for applicants: 31st May 2017 for non-EU citizens and 1st September 2017 for EU citizens
Intake: till 30th September 2017
General requirements for enrolment: 240 ECTS
Tuition fee: 4.000 €*
This is a full-time study programme.
*In the academic year 2017/18, only full-time students may enroll into 2nd level study programmes at the Faculty of Social Sciences. Therefore, citizens from the EU and from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Kosovo are not required to pay tuition fees. Tuition fees apply for full-time students from countries outside the EU.
Exception: Students who enroll into 2nd level study programmes with an already achieved 2nd level of education should pay tuition fees also for full-time study.
Foreign citizens who have completed undergraduate study programme abroad may enrol in the first year of the Bologna Master’s study programme if they complete the procedure of recognition of foreign undergraduate education.
CurriculaFirst year 2016/17
Contemporary Theories of Political Community and Models of Political Subjectivation. For the one elective course students can choose from any master course at the faculty.
Faculty and visiting professors
Dr. Žiga Vodovnik, Dr. Andrej Lukšič, Dr. Jernej Pikalo, Dr. Igor Lukšič, Dr. Andrej Kurnik, Dr. Cirila Toplak.
Dr. Saul Newman (Goldsmiths College, University of London, GB), Dr. Eirikur Bergmann (Bifrost University, Iceland), Raúl Zibechi (Multiversidad Franciscana de América Latina, Uruguay) and Atsushi Sugita (Hosei University, Japan).
Students can expect a broad spectrum of theories and methodologies, designed to compete with the highest standards of similar programmes at leading academic institutions.
The programme offers strong qualifications for individuals who are considering government careers or careers as political advisers, political analysts,party leaders, political campaign workers, and political spokesmen, among others. Graduates can also find jobs as educators or political activists in the non-governmental sector, or even pursue acareer as business consultants for multinational corporations.
The mission of the Chair of Theoretical Political Science is to achieve a comprehensive knowledge transfer to students in the field of political theory and contemporary political processes and institutions.