Quick factsType: second level Master study programme of Social Informatics
Duration: 1 year
Professional title: Master in Social Informatics / magister/-ica družboslovne informatike
Deadline for applicants:
1st application period:
31 May 2018 (for EU and non-EU candidates)
The candidates must fulfill all enrolment criteria and send all required documents for the recognition of foreign education till July 6, 2018.
2nd application period (only for EU candidates):
from 21 August till 27 August 2018 (only for programmes with free places after 1st application period).
The candidates must fulfill all enrolment criteria and send all required documents for the recognition of foreign education till September 14, 2018.
Intake: Until 30 September 2018
General requirements for enrolment: 240 ECTS
Tuition fee: 4,000 €*
In the academic year 2018/19, 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.
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Master study programme Social Informatics is open to...
Possibility of double degrees
The study programme has an agreement with the University of Salerno, which enables students who are willing to spend time at both Universities, to obtain a master’s degree both in Social Informatics and in Sociology and Policies for the Territory.
CurriculaFirst year 2017/18
In addition to obligatory courses of New Technologies in Social Science Research and Research Seminar, two elective courses must be chosen from the following four: Statistics and Data Analysis, Project Management in Information Society, Measuring Information Society, Practice of Web Presence; plus two courses from any other master’s programme.
Dr. Katja Lozar Manfreda, Dr. Valentina Hlebec, Dr. Vasja Vehovar, Dr. Jaroslav Berce, Dr. Vesna Dolničar, Dr. Gregor Petrič, dr. Luka Kronegger, Dr. Bojana Lobe, Dr. Andraž Petrovčič, Dr. Aleš Žiberna