Faculty of Administration is turning a new page in its development by offering a 2. cycle Master's Study Programme entirely in English. The programme will take place if at least 25 students are enrolled.
Why study master's at the Faculty of Administration?
Our primary goal and vision is quality and that is why the Faculty of Administration ranks as one of the best in the field of public administration not only in Slovenia but also in the SE and Central Europe.
FA is a member of the University of Ljubljana, the biggest and the most prominent University in Slovenia and among best in the world.
We acquired a distinguished EAPAA accreditation for our 1. and 2. cycle programmes, which ranks us among best in the field of public administration. The accreditation is you guarantee for quality.
We are proud of the fruitful international cooperation. Our network is expanding not only in Europe but lately also in China. This enables us to exchange knowledge, students, teachers. We offer summer schools and will this year for the first time also organise our own.
The premises of our faculty are modern, well equipped.
- Administrative-Legal Programme
- Administrative-Economic Programme
- Administrative-Information Programme
- Administrative-Organizational Programme
The Master's Study Programme in "Administration" - 2. cycle strives to follow contemporary developments and trends in administrative systems within which, in addition to the concepts of "New Public Management", the principles of management, economics, organisation and informatics of the public sector are gaining in importance, as they form the superstructure of administrative law. The study programme offers students skills for in-depth independent research work and autonomous solving of complex expert and scientific issues.
The first part of the course syllabus is comprised of compulsory and general subjects while the second is divided into three programmes: the administrative-legal, administrative-economic and administrative-information programmes which enable students to obtain detailed knowledge of narrow, select areas either due to already acquired practical experience or for the purpose of planned future occupation.