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Introduction to the tutoring system

What is tutorship?

Tutorship means systematically guiding students through their studies, not only focusing strictly on their academic development or study difficulties, but also on their personal development.

Purpose of tutoring at FDV:

- Facilitate students' integration into the academic environment.
- Guiding students through the study process and advising on study issues that arise during the study.
- Introducing students to the method of study.
- Informing students about all relevant changes to the rules related to the study process.
- Establishing relationships between participants in the educational process.
- Improving study results.
- Higher quality of studies.

Activities for Master’s programme

  • November 2023 - First tutoring hour and introduction

  • January 2024 - Second tutoring hour and talk about the upcoming exam period

  • April 2024 - Third tutoring hour and talk about the upcoming exam period

Tutors in the 2023/2024 Academic Year

20230827_113739Viktoria Krusharova - Student tutor for the Bachelor's programme

I am a second year student of Social Informatics, which means that I have already taken the first steps on the path of academic knowledge that I have acquired at the Faculty of Social Sciences. In addition to my studies, I am also an active member of the DID student society and the FSS Student Council, so I am no stranger to student issues, which allows me to better understand the challenges that students face.

I am looking forward to meeting new students, as I am convinced that the formation of student communities is crucial for success at the faculty. That is why I am always ready to listen to questions, share my experiences and offer help to students if they need it. or Facebook - Viktoria Krusharova.


Inya Kaya Vidmajer - Student tutor for the Bachelor's programme

I am a second year student of Social Informatics: I enrolled in this programme mainly because I am very interested in the interdisciplinarity and breadth that you get from your studies. Last year I was an active member of the DID student society, which gave me a lot of knowledge about the workings of the Faculty. It is important to me to make the study process as easy as possible for new students and to integrate them into student life as soon as possible. That's where we, the tutors, come in.

I want us tutors to be able to help as many students as possible with any dilemmas they may have, so I am always available for any questions they may have. I am a very sociable and outgoing person myself, so I am looking forward to this new experience and to meeting the students. or Facebook - Inya Kaya Vidmajer.


Živa Šubelj - Student tutor for the Master's programme

This year, I'm starting my master's studies in Social Informatics, but I've already been a Social Informatics student here during my undergrad studies. I've experienced studying remotely, in-person, and even on Erasmus+ and bilateral study exchanges abroad. So, I'm no stranger to the ins and outs of student and academic life. In addition to my studies, I've been collaborating with the Centre for Social Informatics since last year, assisting with academic research projects. I'm always here to help with any questions you might have about the study process, learning materials, student life, or even if you just fancy a chat over coffee. Feel free to reach out anytime!


EmilEmil Polajnar - Professor tutor

I am an assistant professor of statistics at the Department of Social Informatics and Methodology, where I teach Statistics and Statistics in Data Analytics. Out of love for working with students and a desire to help others, I decided to become a professor tutor and thus open the door to any student questions, to help understand the material, or simply for an entertaining visit.

In the cases described above or similar, you can find me in office B 112, most easily during the office hours, which are on Tuesdays between 16:00 and 18:00, or via e-mail: .