ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS AND SELECTION CRITERIA

The admission requirements conform to the Statute of the University of Ljubljana, Article 117 of which states that persons that have completed the following may apply for a master's programme:

  • A first-level (undergraduate) programme in a suitable subject area, as defined by the master's programme;
  • A first-level (undergraduate) programme in another subject area with the completion of 10 to 60 credits of academic requirements essential for further study and as defined by the academic programme.

Applicants can also meet the requirements under the second indent of the preceding paragraph during first-level (undergraduate) study in remedial programmes or by taking placement tests before admission to the master's programme.

The following may apply for the master's programme in translation:

  • Any holder of an undergraduate degree in a programme in interlingual communication in a suitable area with regard to selected options in the master's programme (the language selected for the master's programme must agree with the language of undergraduate study);
  • The holder of an undergraduate degree in any field, including undergraduate programmes designed in line with the Bologna guidelines or those that were designed before higher educational reforms; applicants must take a test to verify their language ability in Slovene and two foreign languages; based on abilities acquired during undergraduate study and test results, applicants may be awarded or have recognised up to 60 CR.

Selection criteria:

  • Average grade on the undergraduate programme (20%)
  • Grade on undergraduate comprehensive exam or degree dissertation (20%)
  • Average grade on the undergraduate programme in Slovene or score for Slovene on the test cited in the second indent (20%)
  • Average grade on the undergraduate programme in English or score for English on the test cited in the second indent (20%)
  • Average grade on the undergraduate programme in the second foreign language or score for second foreign language on the test cited in the second indent (20%)

The precise admission requirements are published in the application information prepared by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, and Technology.