In accordance with the Rules on a first and second cycle programs (Article 22), students must enter electives when enrolling in the study year. The change of elective courses is possible on the basis of an approved application no later than 5 working days after the start of the winter semester, for courses that are carried out in the first and second semester (the whole year), and 5 working days after the strart of the second semester for courses that are carried out iin the second semester.
Enrollment and change of elective courses is possible only in accordance with the number of courses determined by the study program and according to the available course enrollment quotas.
You submit a request to change an elective course in a Web Office (no attachments are required). All applications received after the submission deadline will be rejected.
Despite the possibility of substitution, we recommend that you carefully review the schedule before enrolling to avoid enrolling in overlapping courses.
Yes. Within two years from the loss of student status the student may, upon payment in accordance with the current price list, carry out his or hers study obligations (taking exams, etc.), unless the program's accreditation expires.
Student status ends after the last semester of the final year or additional year. In exceptional cases, some students also have an extended status for legitimate reasons (Article 126 of the UL Statute). It does not matter whether they are employed or unemployed.
In accordance with the Higher Education Act, students who have not yet repeated or they were not enrolled in another master's program (at FDV or at any other faculty), i.e. they did not change the program during their studies.
In accordance with the amendments to the Act on Higher Education (Article 70), the student retains the status of a student until the end of the academic year in which he/she obtained his/her master's degree, regardless of whether he/she obtains the master's degree before the end of the academic year.
FDV has signed more than 230 bilateral student exchange agreements with universities both within the EU, as well as in the USA, Canada, Australia, Brazil, the countries of SE Europe... After returning to home faculty his/hers completed obligations, which written in the study agreement, are entered in the list of completed study obligations on FDV. More information is available on the website about studying abroad, but you can also contact the International Office of the FDV directly.
All foreigners who are not EU citizens (except citizens of Montenegro, Macedonia, Serbia, Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina) and all those (Slovenian and foreign citizens) who have already taken advantage of the right to full-time studies (have already achieved or recognized the 2nd level of education, have changed their study program more than once in the past or repeated their enrollment program) will have to pay the tuition fee.
Yes, as long as you did not repeat or change the enrolled study program at the 2nd level.
A student who has already successfully completed an exam in a particular study unit and wishes to obtain a higher grade may repeat the exam once if two conditions are met: • that no more than 6 months have passed since the last exam was taken; • that the holder of the course agrees to the correction, which he confirms with his signature. If both conditions are met, the professional associate of the student's professional service registers for the next exam period. A student can submit an application only once. Applications are submitted via Web Office, and are processed by the student affairs administrator, which checks the conditions for submitting the application specified in the regulations. The improving of the grade is possible in the same academic year when the student obtained a positive exam grade or the final grade of the course and only until the date of completion of the study. On the day of graduation, the student does not have the opportunity to take an assessment in the courses that are part of the program he has completed. A student does not have the possibility of correcting a positive grade in an exam in which he failed two or more times.
In the case of repeating the exam from the previous paragraph, the higher grade applies, and the evidence includes the grade of both exams
An FDV student who passed a certain exam while studying at another faculty may apply for their recognition, and must provice all elevant evidence. The main lecturer of the study unit decides on recognition.
Complete and submit the Application for Student Athlete or Artist Status electronically via a Web Office. You can access electronic applications by submitting an application in the oWeb Office (Web Office - Other - Applications - Special Status - Athlete Status). You must submit your application in pdf format and attach the appropriate supporting documents to the format. You will be granted status for the current academic year only and may renew each academic year with a new application and supporting documents.
The student acquires the special status of a parent (mother, father status) with the birth of a child, insofar as the student also had the status of a student at the time of the child's live birth (in the year of the child's birth, he/she was enrolled in study program and year).
To assert the status of a parent, the student submits an application in his/her Web Office (Web Office - Other - Applications - Extension of status due to the birth of a child). An extract from the civil registry about the birth of a child from an administrative unit is considered as appropriate proof for the application.
Students who care for a long-term sick, physically injured child or a child with special needs also have the right to obtain parental status (mother, father status), if the person is a single parent. To the application for obtaining the status of a parent, the student shall attach the Social Work Centre (CSD) decision for the care allowance or the Pension and Disability Insurance Institut of Slovenia (ZPIZ) decision on the aid and service allowance as appropriate proof.