Electiveness at the University of Primorska
The University of Primorska offers students elective courses from various fields. The Rules of electiveness at the University of Primorska enables students to select courses at other faculties of the University of Primorska. Students can complete their study obligations at other faculties and collect credit points that will be recognized as completed study obligations at UP FAMNIT.
Students must carefully read the content restrictions of elective courses of their study programme. Content for each study programme is available on the UP FAMNIT website:
- Undergraduate study programmes: https://www.famnit.upr.si/en/education/undergraduate
- Master's study programmes: https://www.famnit.upr.si/en/education/master
More detailed information on the electivness procedure is provided in the Rules of electiveness at the University of Primorska (only in Slovene).
Call for applications, application form and the list of offered courses are available on the University of Primorska website.
The deadline for the submission of the application for the electiveness at the University of Primorska is Tuesday, 5 October 2021.
Electiveness at other institutions of higher education in Slovenia
Students may, within the National Mobility Program, also complete a part of their study obligations in a similar study programme at other Slovenian universities. Mobility should not last less than 3 months and not more than 12 months and must be evaluated with at least 15 ECTS per semester.
Students who meet the following conditions may apply:
- have completed at least the first year of study at the Undergraduate or Master’s study programme;
- are regular students at the home university in the time of the mobility.
The Student Exchange Agreement is available here (in Slovenian language).
Students can submit the application at the faculty of their home university (the university where they are enrolled) by the 15th of May for the winter semester and by 15th of November for the spring semester. The application includes the following documentation: