The programme is designed in such a manner that the students get sensitized for the similarities and differences in the region between Slovenia, Austria, and Hungary. They can find employement in international organizations, institutions, and foundations which focus on questions of cultural representation, initiate intercultural exchange and dialogue, and accompany these processes by providing information and practical help.
The main general competences achieved by graduates are:
Year 1: 1st Semester
Students who are to choose pedagogical modules in higher study years may additionally choose the following pedagogical courses in the first or third semester:
Year 1: 2nd Semester
Year 2: 3rd Semester
Year 2: 4th Semester
*Teaching German III module (12): Didactics of German II (3) and Teacher Training II – German (9)
** Slovene Language and Literature in the Region module (6): Slovene Dialects in Contact (3) and Interculturality in Modern Slovene Literature (3)
***Teaching German IV – Selected Topics in German Language module (6): German as a Foreign Language - Grammar and Vocabulary (3) and German as a Foreign Language - Language Varieties (3)
The study programme has been accredited by the Slovenian Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (Slovenian abbreviation: NAKVIS; English abbreviation SQAA).
Detailed programme structure is available under "Overview".
You can apply until:
You can apply until:
Always verify the dates on the programme website.
This programme may require students to demonstrate proficiency in English.
Please find detailed admission requirements at the following link: https://www.um.si/en/Study/about/Documents/1920FFEN.pdf (pages 5-6).
The Call for Application into Postgraduate Study Programmes of the University of Maribor for the 2019/2020 Academic Year is available at https://www.um.si/en/Study/about/Pages/CALL-FOR-APPLICATION-INTO-POSTGRADUATE-STUDY-PROGRAMMES-OF-THE-UNIVERSITY-OF-MARIBOR-FOR-THE-ACADEMIC-YEAR-2019-20.aspx.
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
Full-time students from Slovenia and other EU countries, and full-time students from non-EU countries who are granted international protection, applicants for international protection and persons from countries with which Slovenia has concluded bilateral agreement (i.e. Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo, B&H, and Serbia) pay NO TUITION FEE (except the part for studying in English, if applicable) if they have not already obtained an education corresponding to master's degree.
You may find scholarship opportunities offered by the Public Scholarship, Development, Disability and Maintenance Fund of the RS at the following website: http://www.sklad-kadri.si/en/calls-for-applications-and-news/calls-for-applications/.
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