INTERNATIONAL STUDY

Subjects offered for International students in 2020/2021

 

The First Cycle University Study Programme "LAW"

(BOLOGNA 1):

  1. English Legal terminology (U014, 5 ECTS, winter semester)
  2. Legal History (U001, 5 ECTS, winter semester)
  3. EU Legal System and Institutions (U007, 5 ECTS, summer semester)
  4. Private International Law (U021, 5 CTS, winter semester)
  5. Family and Succession Law (U010, 7 ECTS, winter semester)
  6. EU Internal Market Law (U022, 5 ECTS, winter semester)
  7. Civil Procedure  (U015, 8 ECTS, winter semester)
  8. Public International Law (U020, 6 ECTS, summer )
  9. Labour Law (U016, 7 ECTS, summer semester)
  10. Financial Tax Law (U016, 6 ECTS, summer semester)
  11. International Trade Law (U032, 6 ECTS, summer semester)
  12. Criminal Law (U005, 8 ECTS, winter semester)
  13. Criminal Procedure Law (U006, 9 ECTS, winter semester)
  14. Law of Commercial Contracts  (U018, 8 ECTS, winter semester)
  15. Capital Market and Securities Law (U036, 6 ECTS, winter semester)

 

The Second Cycle University Study Programme "LAW"

(BOLOGNA 2):

  1. European Competition Law (MP16, 7 ECTS, summer semester)
  2. Comparative Law and Great legal Systems (MP21, 7 ECTS, summer semester)
  3. Philosophy and Theory of Law (MP02, 7 ECTS, summer semester)
  4. European Company Law - Freedom of Establishment (MP20, 7 ECTS, winter semester)

Link to more detailed descriptions of study programmes and study units of University of Maribor.

The majority of chosen subjects in your LA has to be from the faculty that covers study areas, specified in the Erasmus+ Interinstitutional Agreement between your home university and the University of Maribor.

INFO FOR STUDENTS

NEWS

Regulations on quarantine during the term of the COVID-19 measures

Dear international student,

from our Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Sports, we forward an important message to you, as follows:

Please, respect the regulations on quarantine during the term of the COVID-19 measures and do not return to Slovenia, as long as they are valid.

At the moment, we cannot provide quarantine for a larger number of international students and the ministry is not going to allow exceptions. If you wish to come in spite of this strong recommendation, please, carefully study the possibilities along your total travel corridor, get the latest information from the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia competent for your country. WE explicitly warn you that Student Dormitories are not a proper place to execute quarantine.

We provide you with the possibility to conduct your study obligations from distance. Here, we stress the already communicated possibility of a prolongation of the student status due to article 49 of the Act on Intervention Measures for the Limitation of COVID-19 epidemic and the lowering of its consequences for citizens and economy (Official Gazette (Uradni list) of the RS, no. 49/20 and 61/20), if you will not be able to pass all missing obligations till the end of the academic year.

We do our best to support you in this difficult time and wish you all a healthy and productive summer.

University of Maribor retains HR Excellence in Research award

University of Maribor retains HR Excellence in Research award

University of Maribor retained the HR Excellence in Research award for its progress in implementing the 40 principles of the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers through human resources policy, strategy and action plan.  The prize is awarded by the European Commission. With carefully selected assessors it continuously controls the progress of the implementation of principles through the mentioned strategic documents. This control is carried out by means of transparently published documents on websites and their practical implementation in form of assessors' visits in research organisations or at universities. 

Prof. dr. Boštjan Brezovnik, prof. dr. Gorazd Trpin and prof. dr. Senko Pličanič published a book entitled: 'Public Administration System'

Prof. dr. Boštjan Brezovnik, prof. dr. Gorazd Trpin and prof. dr. Senko Pličanič published a book entitled: 'Public Administration System'

This book provides a comprehensive overview of the public administration system. Its special quality is that it deals with the entire public administration system in one place, which is why the authors had to define its boundaries, core institutions and functions and its relationship with the external environment. The purpose was not to consider all public administration issues in depth, but at a system level, making it an overarching work for the further study of the public administration system.