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Dear Erasmus+ students,
The beginning of new school year and start of your exchange in Slovenia is coming really soon. I am sending you some information regarding the orientation day.
We will meet at Faculty of criminal justice and security, address: Kotnikova ulica 8, Ljubljana. Date: 6 October 2021 at 9.30 – we will pick you up at the yard of the faculty (please be on time!)
At the present moment instructions are that students have to self-test for coronavirus (if you are not vaccinated or recovered (8 months)) and fill out a statement each time. Students will be able to get tests at pharmacies, but you will need conformation of enrolment to get these tests + your ID. We will provide you these documents on the October 4 at 10.00 o'clock at the yard of the faculty (outside). If you are vaccinated/recovered you do not need to do this and we can meet on the 6 October. More information at the end of this e-mail.
If there are changes to this rules, we will provide you further instructions. Hopefully there will be no changes to described policy, though as we all know from the last year and a half, the situation is truly unpredictable. If all goes according to plan, we will have face-to-face in the classroom teaching.
Entry to Slovenia: as said, coronavirus situation is truly unpredictable, therefore I advise you to check in details rules for the entry to the state and possible restrictions a day or two prior to your arrival (e.g. red listed countries, necessary quarantine etc.). If you are in doubt, I advise you to contact Slovene embassy in your country before departure.
Accommodation: I know some of you still struggle with finding appropriate accommodation. Unfortunately our resources in student dormitories in Ljubljana are extremely limited (there is a lack of student places for local students and a quota for exchange students is extremely low). I hope you will be able to find suitable accommodation. In the past students also rented apartments a bit outside of Ljubljana. If you need any advice and guidance regarding accommodation you can contact our international office tutor, Mirce Milenkov (International.Office@fvv.uni-mb.si). Students that successfully applied for the student dormitory Ljubljana will be informed about further steps and the whole procedure how to check in to the Student dormitory.
I am looking forward to meeting you on the 4 and 6 October.
All the best,
Aleš Bučar Ručman
International cooperation is one of the cornerstones of our activities at the Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security. We have active Erasmus+ agreements with over 40 universities from 21 countries, an active Swiss mobility agreement and signed Memoranda of Understanding with various universities. Outside of the EU, we cooperate closely with colleagues from the USA, Russia, Japan, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, South Africa, etc. Collaboration includes regular exchange of students, professors and joint research projects.
Since 2006, we hosted over 150 Erasmus+ exchange students, while approximately the same number of our students studied abroad. In addition there are up to 20 foreign students studying at our regular undergraduate and postgraduate study programmes. Exchange students are able to choose from a selection of about 40 subjects taught in the English language. Foreign students may also use the Erasmus+ exchange for working on their final thesis. The Faculty’s International Office helps students in their preparation and adaptation to the life in Ljubljana.