The renovated study programme for Computer and Information Technology, which follows the guidelines for the Bologna system, will begin its 1st cycle in the 2007-2008 academic year at the Faculty of Engineering Computer Science and Information in Maribor. The goals that have been set up for this programme also apply to the 2nd cycle of the Computer and Information Technology programme. Students who graduate with a Master´s cycle from this programme will upgrade their broadening knowledge of the designs and implementation of planned methods in the field of computer and information technologies for industrial development and for important social institutions.
The study programme has been accredited by the Slovene National Agency of Quality Assurance.
At the beginning of the study each student chooses one project, which also determines four optional subjects from the optional subjects list I and four optional subjects from the optional subjects list II.
Every year two projects are proposed. Each project has 4 optional subjects from the catalogue of the optional subjects list I, and 4 optional subjects from the catalogue of the optional subjects list II.
The student chooses arbitrary optional subjects from the catalogue in accordance with his mentor and the Institute of Computer Science.
Two arbitrary optional subjects are chosen from the list of optional subjects for the program of Computer Science and Information Technologies or from the list of subjects offered by other Slovenian or foreign Universities.Contents.
Dates reflect the university's timezone.
In the selection procedure, candidates will be ranked according to the academic performance under the bachelor’s (first-cycle) programme (grade point average including bachelor’s thesis – 100%).
The amount of the tuition fee is set by the relevant educational institution and is the same as the tuition fee for part-time programmes for Slovene citizens. The tuition for the current academic year must be paid upon enrolment.
The list of tuition fees is available at: www.um.si/studij/financiranje/Strani/default.aspx
Foreign citizens residing in the Republic of Slovenia who are taxable persons in the RS (or their parents/guardians), EU citizens and citizens of countries with which the RS has concluded bilateral agreements are exempted from paying the tuition fee for full-time postgraduate programmes.
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