Admission

(1) The Master’s Programs are open to all students provided they possess the following formal requirements:

- Proof of a completed bachelor’s or diploma program in the field of Interlinguistic Mediation or Intercultural Communication;

- Proof of a completed bachelor’s or diploma program in any other field and the proof that the candidate fulfills all additional requirements that are specified by the home university (i.e. by the university at which the student registers for the Master's Program).

(2) A maximum of 10 students per University will be admitted per year. After the evaluation process this figure can change. Admission restrictions are permissible if a restriction is required by one of the partner universities. Since this is a joint program, such a restriction will be valid at both partner universities.

(3) For organizational reasons, students can only begin the Master’s Program Interpreting in the winter semester of the respective academic year.

(4) Admission to the Master's Programs is a two-step process:

(4.1) Students who wish to participate in the Master’s Program Interpreting have to provide the required documents and apply to the respective coordinator of the home university chosen by them 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 for the selection procedure is June 30th. The application deadline for enrollment is September 1st. The decision on whether a student can take part in the Master’s Program is made by the selection committee by September 15th.

(b) Required documents for those graduates of Interlinguistic Mediation (Slovene/German/English, University of Ljubljana) or Intercultural Communication (University of Graz) who want to register for the Master's Program Interpreting are:

  • Completed application form
  • Motivation letter
  • Diploma certificate/ degree certificate
  • Transcripts or Diploma Supplement
  • A passing grade in the apptitude test

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 Interpreting 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, German and English or French
  • A passing grade in aptitude test.

(c) The selection committee decides on the ranking and admission of the applicants. The selection committee consists of the coordinators of the individual universities each with a second person of the faculty.

(d) In case a nominated student withdraws from his/her application, the next person moves up to take the free place.

(4.2.) 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