Admission

Admission to this Master’s Programme is normally only granted to persons who have completed at least the equivalent of a Bachelor’s or Diploma degree in Interlingual mediation (University of Ljubljana), translation and interpreting, Slovene language and literature, French language and literature, English language and literature and other programmes equipping students with the necessary language skills and cultural competences.

Graduates of other BA or diploma programmes can be admitted if the completed programme is considered to be equivalent by the partner university to which the student applies.

Successful applicants will have an excellent level of language proficiency in their mother tongue and will have attained the C1 level of the European Framework of Reference in the foreign languages they wish to study. If applicants do not have a BA in interlingual mediation (Slovene-English-French, Universtiy of Ljubljana), they will be required to take an entrance test.

Admission is a two-step process:

1. Students who wish to participate in the Master’s Program Translation have to provide the required documents and apply to the respective coordinator of the home university for the selection process by the deadline announced. The coordinator will be responsible for the coordination of the degree and its academic supervision and will serve on the selection committee.

a) The application deadline is the same at all partner universities and will be announced at all participating universities on the same day. The application deadline is on June 30. The decision on whether a student can take part in the Master’s Program is made by the selection committee by July 15th.

b) Required documents for those graduates of Interlinguistic Mediation (University of Ljubljana) who want to register for the Master's Program Translation are:

  • Completed application form
  • Motivation letter
  • Diploma certificate/ degree certificate
  • Transcripts or Diploma Supplement

2. Required documents for the graduates of study programs of higher professional education (accredited between 1. 1. 1994 and 11. 6. 2004) and for the graduates of university degrees in any other field (before or after Bologna reform) who want to register for the Master's Program Translation are:

  • Completed application form
  • Motivation letter
  • Diploma certificate/ degree certificate
  • Transcripts or Diploma Supplement
  • A passing grade in the exam checking the linguistic and cultural competencies in Slovene, French and English

3. Admission is granted according to the regular procedure of the respective university to which the student has applied. The university at which the student registers for the Master's Program is considered to be the home university. If enrolling at the University of Ljubljana, visit the Slovene version of the website and consult:

Office of Master's Studies
Filozofska fakulteta
Aškerčeva 2, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Tel.: +386-1-2411043
Fax: +386-1-425 93 37
Contact person: Tanja Hribar
tanja.hribar@ff.uni-lj.si