The Alma Mater Europaea (AMEU) vision is based on three pillars; Interdisciplinary, Internationality and building bridges, therefore international cooperation is of great importance for our institution. Our International office team is responsible for interinstitutional cooperation, international projects and as well for the mobility of students and teachers.
With regards to student mobility, the International Office will provide advice and assistance in administrative and organizational matters. Our office is responsible for students during the exchange period and also for those international students enrolling to AMEU study programs. At the beginning of each semester, AMEU organizes welcome days, where international students get acquainted with AMEU study procedures and facilities. They meet other AMEU students and teachers. The International Office may also assist in regards to accommodation and visa requirements.
We are looking forward to see you at AMEU in Maribor or Koper and will do our best that your study in Maribor will be important, pleasant and memorable experience.
Dr. Goran Gumze, Head of the International Office
APPLICATION PROCEDURE AND DEADLINES
Deadline for submission of application for winter semester: 30 November
Deadline for submission of application for summer semester: 30 June
- Learning Agreement (download)
- Passport or photo ID
Please send all documents to email@example.com.
Students who complete an exchange semester will receive a Confirmation of Student mobility within Erasmus+, as well as a Transcript of records and any additional documentation, if requested on behalf of sending institution.
|Dr. Goran Gumze||Head of International firstname.lastname@example.org||+386 59 335 070|
|Nuša Veber||International and project email@example.com||+386 59 335 070|
PARTNER INSTITUTIONS – AMEU ISH
|Erasmus code||Partner institution||Country||Study programme||Study cycle||Language|
|1||G ATHINE42||IONIAN UNIVERSITY||Greece||Humanities||1, 2, 3||Greek/English|
|2||NL ROTTERD09||Codarts University of the Arts||Nederland||Humanities||1, 2, 3||English|
|3||P LISBOA97||PEDAGO, Lda.
Instituto Superior de Ciencas Edicativas
Instituto Superior de Ciencas Educativas do Douro
|Portugal||Humanities||1, 2, 3||Portuguese/English|
|4||I FERRARA01||Universita Degli Studi Di Ferrara||Italy||Humanities||1, 2, 3||Italian/ English|
|5||SK BRATISL12||BISLA Bratislava International School of Liberal Arts||Slovakia||Humanities||1, 2, 3||English / Slovak|
In accordance with the Slovene system of higher education, you will be graded on a scale from 0 to 10, the minimum passing grade being 6. The official Transcript of Records are issued by the International Office and are sent directly to the incoming students International Relations Offices after the end of all exams at AMEU.
ECTS and institutional grading scale:
|ECTS Grade||Slovenian grading system (local Grade)||Definition|
Attending lectures and other course-related obligations is integral to a successful academic career – it is also in the best interest of both students and professors. For this reason, we require all students to attend a minimum 75% of classes.
List of courses for Doctoral Programme
List of elective courses for Doctoral Programme
|MODUL of Arts, vusuality and media|
|2||Art,Aesthetic and Future of City Life||5|
|3||Philosophy of Culture||5|
|4||Philosophy of the Visual Arts||5|
|5||The Avant-gardes and the Authonomy of Art||5|
|6||Critical Aesthetics – Philosophy of Art and Culture from Antiquety to Jacques Ranciér||5|
|7||Documentary Comics and Graphic Novels||5|
|9||Philosophy of Nature: Art, Science, Technology and Aesthetics||5|
|10||Semiotic of Everyday Life||5|
|11||Art and Life: Philosophical Theories and Artistic Practicies||5|
|12||Spaces of Experience: Art and Aesthetics from Embodiment to Virtuality||5|
|13||Space, Body and New Media||5|
|14||Theory of Film and Popular Culture||5|
|15||Contemporary Theories in Arts||5|
|16||Communication and Society||5|
|17||Art and Culture in the Age of Neoliberalism and Post-Transition||5|
|18||Tecnicised Home and Family among Media: Anthropology of New Technologies||5|
|MODUL Study of Society and Human|
|2||Rituals from the Tribal Communities to the Stat – a Historical-Anthropological-legal studies||5|
|3||Anthropology of Gender and Culture||5|
|4||Religion and Society||5|
|5||History of Feminism||5|
|6||The Age of Revolutions||5|
|8||Historical Anthropology and Regional Studies||5|
|9||Introduction to Archeological Methodology and Theory||5|
|10||Sociology of Knowledge||5|
|11||Knowledge and Discourse||5|
|12||Knowledge and Contemporary Societies||5|
|13||Selected Chapters from Philosophy and Sociology of Sport||5|
|14||Logotherapy and Exsistential Analysis||5|
|15||Contemporary Challenges of East Asian Traditions and Thought||5|
|16||Applied Medical Anthropology||5|
|17||Ethics in Science and Research Integrity (RI)||5|
|18||Interculturality and Ethos of Mutual Understanding||5|
|20||Genders and Sexualities in Therapeutic Context||5|
|21||Philosophy of Human Rights||5|
|22||Philosophy of History||5|
List of courses for Master Programme
|2||Social Communication and Media||10|
|5||Historical Anthropology and Regional Studies||10|
|6||Anthropology of Gender and Culture||10|
Elective courses for Master Programme
|1||Rituals from the tribal communities to the state- a historical – anthropological – legal studies||5|
|2||Philosophy of Nature: Art, science, technology and aesthetics||5|
|4||Semiotics of Everyday Life||5|
|5||Contemporary Theories in Art||5|
|6||Philosophy of Human Rights||5|
|7||Selected Topics in Philosophy and Sociology of Sport||5|
|8||Space, body and new media in art and aesthetics||5|
|9||Religion and society||5|
|11||Art and Life: Philosophical Theories and Artistic practices||5|
|12||New Media in Everyday Life||5|
|13||Histroy of Feminism||5|
For any more info about the subjects contact International office.
ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2019/2020
Winter semester: 1 October 2019 – 28 February 2020
Summer semester: 2 March 2020 – 31 July 2020
|Tuesday, 1 October 2019||Beginning of winter semester|
|Thursday, 31 October 2019||Reformation Day**|
|Friday, 1 November 2019||Remembrance Day**|
|Monday, 23 December 2019 — Friday, 3 January 2020||Christmas and New Year’s Holidays*|
|Saturday, 8 February 2020||Prešeren Day**|
|Friday, 28 February 2020||End of winter semester|
|Monday, 2 March 2020||Beginning of summer semester|
|Monday, 13 April 2020||Easter Monday**|
|Monday, 27 April — Friday, 1 May 2020||1st May Holidays*|
|Thursday, 25 June 2020||National Day**|
|Friday, 31 July 2020||End of summer semester|
Erasmus+ student may make scheduling adjustments by prior arrangement and according to need.
In accordance with our mission to implement state-of-the-art technologies into our programs, all AMEU classes are accessible on Moodle. This is where you can find your course syllabus, readings and other audio/video material. Depending on the professor, you may also be able submit assignments or take tests online.
If you are unsure where you next class will be, make sure to check the nearest info screen. News and updates regarding the school will also be displayed.
Alma Mater students can read the latest news and also connect with fellow students via our Facebook page, which can be found here: www.facebook.com/AlmaMaterEuropaeaEcm.
WELCOME DAY AT AMEU
At the beginning of semester, we organize an introduction Welcome day for all incoming students. On that day we provide students information about the teaching-learning process, get to know them with academic formalities, integrate them with the other foreign students, interact with facilities, etc. It usually takes place in campus Maribor.
Upon the commencement of lectures, students are generally engaged in the introduction week. This is a fantastic opportunity for newcomers to get familiarized with the school and staff, as well as some of their future classmates. There is also a traditional “brucovanje” event held in November, when older students “initiate” the firstyears into the student body. Towards the end of the year, in December, there is a so called “Slavnostna Akademija” (Celebratory Academy), which hosts some well-respected speakers and there’s even a concert!
Hunting for the right place to suit your needs and wishes is difficult, but we’re here to help! As a foreigner, your choices are generally split into three categories – you can stay in student dormitories, find a hostel room or settle in an apartment. The price of dormitories, depending on room size and category is typically around 72 – 250€ / month. Renting an apartment is slightly more expensive, at around 200€/month, depending on the location, size, adaptation, furnishing etc. You have one- or two-bed rooms. Utilities are not included in the price, and are around 50€ / month. Finding a roommate in the Alma Mater community is always a good idea, as it is an easy way to stay on top of your studies, make friends and bring down the cost of housing. Below are a few useful links to help you in your search. Please note that certain websites are only in Slovene. You can use Google Chrome to have them instantly and fully translated into your language of choice. Should you have difficulty obtaining the necessary information, please contact our International Office.
|University of Ljubljana Dormitories||http://www.stud-dom-lj.si/|
|Private student dorm ZAŠ||https://www.studentskidom-lj.si/studentski-dom-bezigrad|
|Private student dorm Vincencij||http://solstvo.rkc.si/ustanove/studentski-domovi/studentski-dom-vincencij/|
|Apartments & Rooms|
TEMPORARY RESIDENCE PERMIT
Foreign student, who is accepted to study in any form of education may be issued a temporary residence permit in Slovenia. Residence registration is the registration of your place of residence on Slovenian territory and is mandatory for all residents. You must register your temporary residence in Slovenia at the administrative unit where you reside within eight days of entering Slovenia or receiving the document showing the legality of your temporary residence.
When registering a temporary residence, you must submit:
- a valid identity card or passport,
- proof of the legality of your temporary residence in Slovenia (Confirmation of enrolment at AMEU) and
- proof that you have the right to reside at the address you are registering (a statement of ownership or co-ownership, a lease or sublet contract, consent of the owner, one co-owner or an accommodation provider – the owner’s consent does not need to be certified).
The registration of a temporary residence is valid for a maximum of two years or for the period of permitted stay if this is less than two years.
Slovenia has a long-standing tradition of providing its students with a so-called “študentski boni” (student vouchers) to be used on two meals per day. This subsidy is valued at around 2.60€ and can be used at many of the city’s restaurants through a mobile application platform. Read more hre: https://www.studentska-prehrana.si/
COST OF LIFE
The cost of life in Slovenia varies greatly on one’s lifestyle and preference. You will need minimum 200€ /month for all your food-related expenses, excluding tobacco or alcohol. Given the small size of Slovenian cities, cost of transport is very much dependent on personal lifestyle – most locals either walk or use a bicycle to get around town.
BANKS & CURRENCY
The official currency of Slovenia is the EURO (€). There are several international banks, as well as some local ones such as Abanka, Nova KBM, SKB, Delavska Hranilnica, etc. They are generally open from 8am to 5pm, with a lunch break in between. Some banks offer cheap or even free creation of accounts for students. You can withdraw funds from most foreign bank accounts at local ATMs, however, you may be charged a service fee for the transaction. Please inquire into the details with your home bank – they may also provide you with a list of places where you can access your account.
Looking for an exciting evening to unwind after a long day? Albeit small, a diverse selection of bars and clubs are open late into the night. Marked on your map, you will find Metelkova, which is a well-known for alternative culture and nightlife. Check out also places such as ČinČin (Tobačna), Božidar, Pritličje and Centralna postaja in the city centre, Circus, Shooters and others. For rock music visit Orto bar, for electronic Klub K4, for jazz and ethno Soho Ljubljana.
For a complete list of sights and ongoing events, as well as activities, please visit https://www.visitljubljana.com/en/visitors/
The mission of ESN is to help with the academic, social integration of Erasmus+ and other foreign students into the local environment. This is mainly done through activities by local students, that are doing very best by organizing many cultural and social events within Welcome weeks such as trips to various places within Slovenia and and other neighbour countries, film nights, language projects, international food festival etc.
|Hospital||www.sb-mb.si||+386 2 3211000|
|Telephone subscriber information||www.tis.telekom.si||1188|
|Road breakdown assistance||www.amzs.info||1987|
|Tourist information Ljubljana||https://www.visitljubljana.com/en/visitors/|
|Railway station Maribor||www.slo-zeleznice.si||+386 2 2922160|
|Bus station Ljubljana||https://www.ap-ljubljana.si/||1991|