M.A. Labour Law and Human Resources

University of Maribor

Application deadline: Deadline for applicants: 1st application period; August 25th, 2nd application period: September 21st; Enrollment: September 30th 2014. More at: http://www.um.si/en/Study/about/Pages/Call-for-application-into-Postgraduate-Study-Programmes-of-UM-14-15.aspx
Tuition fee:
  • € 2,360 / Year (EEA)
  • € 2,360 / Year (Non-EEA)
Start date: October  2014
Credits (ECTS): 120 ECTS
Duration full-time: 24 months
Languages:
  • Slovenian
  • English
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Delivery mode: On Campus
Educational variant: Part-time

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Study programme of II. level Employment law and human resources lasts for 2 years, i. e. 4 semesters and awards 120 ECTS. During his studies a student performs obligations at 18 subjects, which are compulsory, optional and individual research work and a master work. The subjects are tailored in such a way as to award the students, who are enrolled to this programme, a complete knowledge and skills, which are useful in the field of employment law and human resources.

The programme also offers acquisition of knowledge from the fields that are not strictly legal, which are however, closely connected to employment and social law (e. g. acquiring and selecting human resources, contemporary approaches to human resource management, management of knowledge and learning organisation, human resource development etc.).

The programme is aimed at interdisciplinary studies and aims to form a graduate, who will have interdisciplinary knowledge and will hence be competent to perform interdisciplinary planning and interdisciplinary solutions of daily problems in his working environment. The programme aims to offer knowledge and competences, which are upgrading of the study programme law of the I. level or any other study programme of I. Bologna level. For reasons of interdisciplinary a crossing from related study fields is possible, e. g. organisation studies, business and administration science, social sciences, social work and humane studies in general.

The education is aimed at lawyers, as well as non-lawyers, who would like to gain the abovementioned interdisciplinary knowledge at II. level, which are necessary to command approaches, models, techniques, competences and knowledge in public and private sector.

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II. level Bologna programme Employment law and human resources is formed as a need of practice, where certain working places contain jobs and assignments, where legal as well as other humane knowledge, knowledge of acquisition and human resource management must be combined. The programme is aimed to interdisciplinary education of I. level graduates from different Bologna programmes as well as to all graduates from appropriate and related fields, who have completed certain non-Bologna programmes.

The programme Employment law and human resources enables acquisition of specific competences, skills and knowledge in the field of various activities in business and public administration, in relation to different aspects of employment relations, human resource policy and human capital.

The programme is aimed to lawyers, who will need to adjust to working places, which require appropriate management of workers and human capital, as well as to businessman, organizers of administrations etc., to working places of management nature, which need knowledge of work organisation, organisational competences and conduction of processes as well as knowledge of employment law.

Requirements

Candidates who completed the following may apply for the master's (2nd-cycle) programme LABOUR LAW AND HUMAN RESOURCES:
* A bachelors (1st-cycle) programme in the field of law (38);
* A bachelors (1st-cycle) programme in an affiliated field:

- humanities (22);

- business and administration (34);

- social and behavioural science (31);

- social services (76).

Prior to enrolment, candidates must fulfil study obligations corresponding to 13 ECTS credits (General Part of Civil Law (6 ECTS), Labour Law (7 ECTS)).

* A bachelors (1st cycle) programme in one of the following fields:

- teacher training and education science (14);

- journalism and information (32);

- mathematics and statistics (46);

- computing (48);

- engineering and engineering trades (52);

- manufacturing and processing (54);

- architecture and building (58);

- agriculture, forestry an fishery (62);

- health (72);

- personal services (81);

- transport services (84);

- environmental protection (85);

- security services 886).

Prior to enrolment, candidates must fulfil study obligations corresponding to 18 ECTS credits (General Part of Civil Law (6 ECTS), Labour Law (7 ECTS), "Social Security" (5 ECTS).

* A bachelors vocational programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 in an affiliated field:

- humanities (22);

- business and administration (34);

- social and behavioural science (31);

- social services (86).

Prior to enrolment, candidates must fulfil study obligations corresponding to 13 ECTS credits (General Part of Civil Law (6 ECTS), Labour Law (7 ECTS)).

* A bachelors vocational programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 in one of the following fields:

- teacher training and education science (14);

- journalism and information (32);

- mathematics and statistics (46);

- computing (48);

- engineering and engineering trades (52);

- manufacturing and processing (54);

- architecture and building (58);

- agriculture, forestry an fishery (62);

- health (72);

- personal services (81);

- transport services (84);

- environmental protection (85);

- security services (86).

Prior to enrolment, candidates must fulfil study obligations corresponding to 18 ECTS credits (General Part of Civil Law (6 ECTS), Labour Law (7 ECTS), Social Security (5 ECTS)).

* An undergraduate programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 in a relevant field: law (38). These candidates are awarded 60 ECTS credits and may enrol in the second year provided they satisfy the transfer criteria laid down in the accredited degree programme.

* An undergraduate programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 in one of the following fields:

- teacher training and education science (14);

- humanities (22)

- journalism and information (32);

- social and behavioural science (31)

- business and administration (34)

- mathematics and statistics (46);

- computing (48);

- engineering and engineering trades (52);

- manufacturing and processing (54);

- architecture and building (58);

- agriculture, forestry an fishery (62);

- health (72);

- social services (76)

- personal services (81);

- transport services (84);

- environmental protection (85);

- security services (86).

These candidates may be awarded 15 ECTS credits for study obligations in elective courses. In addition, graduates of the following affiliated programmes:

humanities (22), business and administration (34), social and behavioural science (31) and social services (76) may be awarded up to 30 ECTS credits and may enrol in the corresponding year

* A bachelors vocational programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 and a specialisation programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 in the relevant field: law (38). These candidates are awarded 60 ECTS credits and may enrol in the second year provided they satisfy the transfer criteria laid down in the accredited degree programme.
* A bachelors vocational programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 and a specialisation programme adopted prior to 11 June 2004 in one of the following fields:

- teacher training and education science (14);

- humanities (22);

- social and behavioural science (31);

- journalism and information (32);

- business and administration (34)

- mathematics and statistics (46);

- computing (48);

- engineering and engineering trades (52);

- manufacturing and processing (54);

- architecture and building (58);

- agriculture, forestry an fishery (62);

- health (72);

- personal services (81);

- transport services (84);

- environmental protection (85);

- security services (86).

These candidates may be awarded 15 ECTS credits for study obligations in elective courses. In addition, graduates of the following affiliated programmes: humanities (22), business and administration (34), social and behavioural science (31) and social services (76) may be awarded up to 30 ECTS credits and may enrol in the corresponding year.

If there is greater demand than there are places available, candidates shall be ranked according to: * grade point average (80%);
* grade awarded for the bachelors thesis (20%)

in accordance with paragraph 3 of Article 41 of the Higher Education Act.

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