Undergraduate Study - Public Administration

Quick Facts

Duration: 3 years

ECTS: 180

Professional title: diplomant/diplomantka javne uprave (UN)

Abbreviation: dipl. jav. upr. (UN)

*(UN, meaning “university studies” in Slovene)

 

Enrolment Criteria

Anyone who has completed the following can enrol into the Public Administration study programme:

  1. successfully completed the matura exam,
  2. successfully completed the vocational matura exam following whichever high school or vocational programme they were enrolled in, and an exam from one of the matura exam subjects that is not one of the subjects of the vocational matura exam,
  3. a person who finished any four-year high school or vocational programme before 1 June 1995.

The enrolment criteria are also met if a person has completed an equivalent education abroad.

 

Enrolment Places

FOR CITIZENS OF THE REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA AND CITIZENS OF MEMBERS STATES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

70 full-time study enrolment places and 50 for part-time study.

FOR ETHNIC SLOVENIANS WITHOUT SLOVENIAN CITIZENSHIP AND CITIZENS OF THIRD STATES

3 full-time study enrolment places and 25 for part-time study.

PARALLEL STUDYING

5 part-time study places.

 

Curriculum - 1st year

  • The Fundamentals of Law
  • System of the State
  • Human Rights Law
  • Self-Administration of Local Communities
  • General Administrative Law
  • Public Administration Organization
  • Public Services Law
  • Foreign Terminology/English Language
  • Methodology of Sociological Research -Obligatory Optional Subject
  • Optional Course 1

Curriculum - 2nd year

  • Court and Constitutional Protection
  • Administrative Procedural Law
  • Special Administrative Procedures
  • Law of Public Servants
  • Financing Public Spending
  • Tax Procedural Law
  • Tax Law
  • Seminar Paper for one of the courses
  • Optional Course 1
  • Optional Course 2

Curriculum - 3rd year

  • Minor Offence Law
  • Administrative Systems
  • Administrative Law - Special Perspective
  • European Constitutional Law
  • Environmental and Urbanistic Law
  • Adminstrative Management
  • Optional Course 1
  • Optional Course 2
  • Seminar Paper 

Elective Courses

  • Sociophilosophical and Public Aspects of Religious Communities
  • Ethics in Administration
  • Financing and Managing EU Projects
  • Public Private Partnership Law
  • Personal Management
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Law of Non-Governmental Organizations
  • Defense and Safety System
  • Police Law
  • Information Law
  • Modern Intelligence activity
  • Legislative Process with Nomotechnics
  • Social Security Law
  • Comparative Constitutional Law