COURSES IN ENGLISH AVAILABLE FOR UNDERGRADUATE ERASMUS STUDENTS
AT THE FACULTY OF SOCIAL WORK IN SPRING SEMESTER 2020/2021
- Establishment of working relationship and personal contact (Nina Mešl) - 5 ECTS (Cancelled because face-to-face teaching not possible)
- Social work with the elderly (Jana Mali) - 5 ECTS (CONFIRMED)
- Practicum (Anže Jurček) - 5 ECTS (for 60 hours) or 10 ECTS (for 120 hours) (CONFIRMED)
- English language for academic needs (Leonora Flis) - 5 ECTS (CONFIRMED)
- Concepts of social work with young people (Milko Poštrak) - 5 ECTS (CONFIRMED)
- Ethics in social work (Ana M. Sobočan) - 5 ECTS (CONFIRMED)
- Social anthropology (Irena Šumi) - 5 ECTS (CONFIRMED)
- Human rights and advocacy (Irena Šumi) - 5 ECTS (CONFIRMED)
- Ethnically sensitive social work (Irena Šumi) - 5 ECTS (CONFIRMED)
- Health and social inequalities (Irena Šumi) - 5 ECTS (CONFIRMED)
You can find short descriptions of the courses in this SYLLABUS.
COURSES IN ENGLISH IN AUTUMN SEMESTER 2021/2022
- Gender and violence (Renata Šribar) - 5 ECTS (CONFIRMED)
- Criminal law and criminology basics (Miha Hafner) - 5 ECTS (CONFIRMED)
- Concepts of social work with youth (Milko Poštrak) - 5 ECTS (CONFIRMED)
- English language for social work (Leonora Flis) - 5 ECTS (CONFIRMED)
- Practicum (Anže Jurček) - 5 ECTS (60 hours) or 10 ECTS (120 hours) (CONFIRMED)
- International and European social security law (Grega Strban) - 6 ECTS / Faculty of Law (TO BE CONFIRMED)
- Social anthropology (Irena Šumi) - 5 ECTS (TO BE CONFIRMED)
- Ethnically sensitive social work (Irena Šumi) - 5 ECTS (TO BE CONFIRMED)
- Human rights and advocacy (Irena Šumi) - 5 ECTS (TO BE CONFIRMED)
- Health and social inequalities from a gender, ethnicity and disability perspective (Irena Šumi) - 5 ECTS (TO BE CONFIRMED)
You can find short descriptions of the courses in this SYLLABUS.
What's the deadline for applications?
The deadline for sending applications for the first (autumn) semester and the whole year is 15 May, the deadline for the second (spring) semester is 15 November.
What about accomodation?
The Faculty of social work is not taking care of accommodation. It's the job of International office at University of Ljubljana (). The cheapest option is a dormitory: it costs around 150 Euros per month. But note that rooms in all dormitories are double.
We would like to inform you about a platform at University of Ljubljana that could be useful for your searching where to stay in Slovenia. It is a housing platform www.HousinAnywhere.com on which you can find a room in a private apartment or in a student residence to stay during your Summer school. It works on the principle student-to-student. It is easy to use, a good opportunity to live with Slovenian students and to get to know their way of life, culture, habits. Check it out on www.HousingAnywhere.com! Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_KS7VlUodG4
How much money will you need?
Approximately 500 EUR per month is an advisable sum to cover all your basic living costs. This figure would take into account all costs including accommodation in a dormitory, food, and public transport.
When does the semester start and finish for Erasmus students?
Winter semester: from biginning of October till middle of January
Summer semester: from middle of February till end of May
Winter holidays: from middle of January till middle of February
Summer holiday: from beginning of July till end of August
What did Erasmus students think about studying at the Faculty of Social Work in 2017/18:
• I really liked the athmosphere of the faculty. As it is quite small it feels like you are taken care of and appreciated as a person. (Lena from Germany)
• I like it because it is small and I have also felt very comfortable in my class. Being honest, I've been happy and comfortable. I have not had problems. (Student from Spain)
• I really liked the possibility of 'try' every subject in the beginning to make a good decision in choosing the best subjects for us. The teachers/professors were very friendly and they have a great knowledge, it was very nice to participate in the classes here. Honestly there was nothing to be bothered with. (Student from Poland)
• I really liked the way the professors were with us, very open, friendly, helpful and polite. Also if we had any problems our Erasmus coordinator was there every time – what was amazing. The excursion was also nice. There was no feeling of doing something wrong but more the feeling, everything is okay. I think also the visit of the three different organisations we had was very very interesting! (Student from Germany)
• The only thing that bothered me was that I didn't choose this faculty in the beginning. It is well run and very organised and there are lots of events for Erasmus to take part in. (Student from Ireland)
• Nice atmosphere without useless tension. (Łukasz form Poland)
• A lot of activities were organised for us which was really nice. (Mimi from the Netherlands)
• Very friendly, welcoming, unbureaucratic faculty. The great introductory week to getting to know fellow students and the city & country. Very good personal support by Borut and the professors. (Elisabeth from Germany)
• Quantity and quality of invitations to some 'extra' lectures/workswhops beyond the regular ones was very good. Further I liked a lot the extracurricular activities organized for us. (Student from Austria)
• We had time and proper introduction of the different courses before we had to choose them – that was nice! The Erasmus meetings have been really lovely! (Student from Germany)
• I liked that we had the freedom of choice for the courses, a lot of special exchange programs, the possibility of participation in cultural activities and the athmosphere between the students and the professors. (Student from Germany)
• Good organisation and a small & cozy faculty.« (Yannick from Germany)
• Nice atmosphere, professors willing to help you. (Łukasz from Poland)
• Now the faculty is new it's nice to sit and discover everything. I feel the good vibes of the other students, everywhere is very friendly and nice. You have a lot of freedom, you can do what you want but the school organized some great trips and gave the opportunity to give a workshop or presentations. (Student from Belgium)
• Immediately from the first day I felt comfortable at the faculty. It was really flexible as well and a pleasure studying here for my Erasmus.” (Claire from the Netherlands)
• The faculty is nice, very helpful and friendly staff. It was organised and everything was straight forward unlike Faculty of Arts. This meant I was never feeling lost or being behind on work. (Student from Ireland)
• We did quite a lot of activites and it was easy to get along with everything due to the fact that the faculty is quite small. (Student from Germany)
• I think the Faculty of Social Work is a very well organised faculty and has a lot of benefits for erasmus students. I only took one class in this faculty as I am enrolled in the Faculty of Arts but I wish I was in this faculty! There were regular trips organised, high quality lectures and a nice atmospher among the group of erasmus students. I have taken classes at the faculty of arts, the faculty of social sciences and this faculty and I think the faculty of social work is the best for international students and the other faculties could definitely learn a thing or two! (Isidora from Irelned)
• I liked the environment in which we study. People were so helpful. Faculty was well organised and modern and this faculty makes you feel comfortable while you are studying. (Student from Turkey)
• What I like most about studying at this faculty is that the classes are solely for Erasmus students and also there are a lot of arranged events and workshops for the students too. (Student from Ireland)
Borut Petrović Jesenovec
Facutly of social work, University of Ljubljana
Topniška 31, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Tel.: +386 1 280 92 73