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  družina ŠOU v Ljubljani
It was founded in 1990 by the Act on the Founding of the Student Organisation of the University of Ljubljana and is inscribed in the Register of Organisational Forms of the Student Organisation of Slovenia.
The fundamental acts regulating the activity of ŠOU Ljubljana as a legal entity of private law or sui generis are the Student Constitution and the Student Community Act.
The office is particularly active in the field of connections with student representatives from SE Europe, through which it hopes to encourage closer cooperation between the countries of the region in the sphere of student organisation, student mobility, higher education and, consequently, the economy.
www.sou-lj.si /english   (1380 words)

  
  QS Top Universities: University of Ljubljana
The University of Ljubljana was established in 1919 on the foundations of a long- established pedagogical tradition.
The University of Ljubljana is famous for the quality of its study courses both in the humanities, and in scientific and technological fields, as well as in medicine, dentistry and veterinary science.
On a domestic and international level, the study courses run at the University of Ljubljana and its projects follow the latest world discoveries and trends in the field of art, science and technology, to which the contribution of numerous Slovenian professors and researchers is of great importance.
www.topuniversities.com /scorecard/modules/school_search/search_school_details.php?voidsess&sch_id=806   (265 words)

  
  University of Ljubljana
The University of Ljubljana (in Slovenian, Univerza v Ljubljani; in Latin, Universitas Labacensis) is the first and the largest university in Slovenia.
The university under its current name was only founded in 1919 with 5 faculties (law, philosophy, technology, theology and medicine).
The main building of the university, Rektorat Univerze (Kongresni trg 12, SI - 1000 Ljubljana), situated in the very centre of Ljubljana, was designed first as a state mansion in 1902 by I V Hrasky, and was later remodelled by a Czech architect from Vienna, Josip Hudetz.
www.xasa.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/u/un/university_of_ljubljana.html   (307 words)

  
 Ljubljana University
The movement for Ljubljana University again intensified at the turn of the century and the demands were mainly expressed at meetings of university students and academics in Graz, Vienna and Prague.
In July 1919 the national consciousness and a longstanding desire for the affirmation of the Slovenian language were fulfilled with the establishment of the University of Ljubljana.
In undergraduate courses, which are successfully completed by an average of one in three students, the University of Ljubljana offers a wide variety of possibilities, as it does at the postgraduated level (specialisation programmes, master`s degrees and doctorates).
www.ijs.si /slo/ljubljana/univlj.html   (509 words)

  
 slovpol
Ever since, the university has shaped knowledge, armed societies and has acted as an important power centre in them, be it a city state, a nation state, an empire with colonies, a post-colonial nation state, a supra-national state or a state with a global imperial structure.
And, when the academic minds behind Nova Revija were putting their act together, students in the Ljubljana University of the first half of 1980s were also engaged in questioning of the idea status quo in academics.
Jani Sever went to the university and did law, dropped out and again studied history and in those years, the teacher whose influence brought him close to democracy and freedom of expression was Peter Vodopivec.
www.policy.hu /roychowdhury/slovpol.html   (3013 words)

  
 Ljubljana - Former University building - Univerza v Ljubljani / University of Ljubljana   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The University building (Univerza) is located at the site of the former Provincial Mansion (Deželni dvorec), which was until 1791 used as the office and residential building for deputies of provincial governors.
In 1821, the Provincial Mansion hosted the famous Congress of the Holy Alliance, which brought together several European monarchs (the Austrian Emperor, the Russian Tsar and the King of Naples) and is considered to have ended the Napoleonic Wars.
The designs for the University building were originally made by architect Jan Hrasky and later revised by Josef Hudetz.
www.ljubljana.si /en/sights/18_19th_centuries_ljubljana/former_university   (272 words)

  
 University of Sarajevo
As part of the action aimed at improving the level of university researches, the Federation of the Universities of the Islamic World and the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization have decided to award the 2007 Prize for University Research on the theme: “University Education at the Service of the Ummah’s Issues and Contemporary Requirements”.
On Wednesday, 6 June 2007, professor Samir Arnautović, University Vice-Rector, met with Dr. Christine Fox professor of the University of Wollongong, Australia, secretary general of the World Council of Comparative Education Societies (WCCES) and with Dr. Adila Pašalić Kreso, professor of the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo, president of the Congress Organisational Committee.
Ternopil National Economic University (Ukraine) in cooperation with Moscow University of Economics and Statistics (Russia) and Ternopil Branch of All-Ukrainian Association of European Studies is organizing the International Scientific and Practical Conference of Students and Young Scientists: ECONOMY OF THE COUNTRIES IN THE EURO-ASIAN AND AFRICAN CONTINENTS AND UKRAINE.
www.unsa.ba /eng/novosti.php   (1486 words)

  
 CJMMK - Short profile | CJM - Center za raziskovanje javnega mnenja
Professor of Sociology, University of Ljubljana, former Dean and Director of Institute of Social Sciences at the Faculty; founder (1966), Head of Public Opinion and Mass Communication Research Centre, Slovenian participant in various activities of many distinguished cross-national empirical projects (ISSP, WVS, EVS, CSES, ESS).
Assistant Professor of Methodology at the Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana and a senior researcher at Public Opinion and Mass Communications Research Centre at the Faculty.
Assistant Professor of methodology at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana and a researcher at Public Opinion and Mass Communication Research Centre at the Faculty.
www.cjm.si /cjm_english   (772 words)

  
 Education at Randburg
The National Institute of Biology was founded in 1961 by the University of Ljubljana to undertake basic and applied research in biological sciences.
NUK acts as Slovenia's national library and as the library of the University of Ljubljana, performs functions such as interlibrary loans, document supply, and reference center at the national level, and is the leading research library in the country.
The University of Joensuu is located in the heart of the eastern Finnish lake area, not far from the Russian border.
www.randburg.com /education.html   (1036 words)

  
 European Consortium for Political Research
The aim of the summer school is to provide methods training opportunities in addition to MA and PhD curricula at European universities and to foster debate, interaction, and mutual understanding between various methodological perspectives at an early stage in their academic careers.
Participants who successfully complete their courses will be awarded up to 5 ECTS credits by the University of Ljubljana.
University of Ljubljana - Faculty of Social Sciences
www.essex.ac.uk /ecpr/events/summerschools/ljubljana   (221 words)

  
 Faculty of economics
Today, it is the largest faculty of the University of Ljubljana with almost 10,000 full-time and part-time undergraduate and graduate students and occupies part of a spacious campus close to the city centre.
The FELU’s professors have been on supervisory boards of key Slovenian companies, have served as members of the Board of the Bank of Slovenia, government administration, as rectors of the University of Ljubljana, as members of the Presidency of the Republic of Slovenia, and ministers in its governments.
At present and in the future, the Faculty is endeavouring to become even more internationally known for its quality and achievements in education and research.
www.ef.uni-lj.si /english   (265 words)

  
 FA - ENGLISH
Postgraduate programmes: title of university diploma of engineer of architecture, two years of work experience in research or architectural practice, active knowledge of foreign language and average grade of at least 8 points from the graduate course (maximal grade is 10).
Ljubljana is known for its Roman remains, barok architecture and Jože Plečnik numerous buildings and public spaces in the structure of the city.
At the faculty we are pursuing increased co-operation between faculties with ties between the best foreign universities, to increase or maintain the high level of domestic excellence in research and teaching assignments.
www.fa.uni-lj.si /default.asp?id=1721   (910 words)

  
 UNICA - Network of Universities from the Capitals of Europe
The initiative was launched by the University of Stockholm.
To achieve its aims UNICA articulates the views of member universities to European institutions and to national, regional and municipal governments.
It also provides a forum in which universities can reflect on the demands of strategic change in university research, education and administration.
www.ulb.ac.be /unica   (276 words)

  
 Ivo Lah - An Overlooked Slovenian Mathematician
Ivo Lah was born on September 5, 1896 in Štrukljeva vas by Cerknica and died on March 23, 1979 in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
He completed the first semester at the University of Vienna in 1918 and further seven semesters at the University of Zagreb in the years 1919-1922.
Since 1932 when Ivo Lah was put in charge of Statistics of Social Security in Slovenia he connected his work with the studies at the University of Ljubljana.
www.ijp.si /IvoLah   (732 words)

  
 Clarkson University - News - Clarkson President and Chaired Professor Share Importance of Patents, Industry ...
The University of Ljubljana is an institution with a rich tradition and international reputation for its courses in humanities, and in scientific and technological fields, as well as medicine, dentistry and veterinary science.
Jana Kemperl, a chemistry student at the University of Ljubljana, spent eight weeks at Clarkson this summer conducting research on precipitation of calcium carbonate under the direction of Professor Dan Goia.
PHOTO CAPTION: Clarkson University President Tony Collins (R) is introduced by Stane Pejovnik, professor of Materials Science and dean of the Chemistry and Chemical Technology Department at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia.
www.clarkson.edu /news/view.php?id=1604   (870 words)

  
 fakulteta za strojništvo
The Ljubljana Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (FME) exists to create and disseminate knowledge that enables its students and research partners to competitively participate in the international scientific field and marketplace.
The vision of the Ljubljana FME is to become the premiere teaching and research faculty for mechanical engineering in Slovenia and Southeast Europe while maintaining the highest educational and professional standards.
The courses in the university programme will offer you top-level knowledge which is required for first-class opportunities as managers of companies and projects, for introducing new working systems, developing products, components and technologies as well as researching.
www.fs.uni-lj.si /eng   (216 words)

  
 Slovenia - Official Travel Guide \ Regions \ Ljubljana and its Surroundings |   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Still today, it is proud of the Congress of the Holy Alliance, which brought the most prominent European statesmen of the time to Ljubljana at the beginning of the 19th century, and can offer first-class congress capabilities.
During a visit to Ljubljana, which is linked to the world by road, railway, and Brnik Airport, visitors can chose among accommodations at a hotel, motel, or pension, in private apartments and rooms, at a campground, and at a youth hostel.
Many places in the surroundings of Ljubljana are particularly inviting because of the unique nature found on the Ljubljansko Barje Moor.
www.slovenia.info /?_ctg_regije=11&lng=2   (248 words)

  
 National and University Library Ljubljana   (Site not responding. Last check: )
By decree of the empress Maria Theresa, issued in 1774, 637 books spared by the fire in the previously dissolved Jesuit college, were transferred to the newly established library of the Ljubljana Lyceum, and intended for public use.
Gifts from private, mostly aristocratic libraries were added to the collection, including books from the monasteries dissolved between 1782 and 1790.
For authors' names, forms of first name(s) may be abbreviated and it is advisable to truncate the search.
www.cerl.org /HPB/national_and_university_library_ljubljana.htm   (595 words)

  
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Professor of Law at the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana
Aleš Galič, Docent at the Faculty of Law, University of Ljubljana
Ada Polajnar Pavčnik, Professor of Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Ljubljana
www.sloarbitration.org /english/menu/contacts-vsebina.html   (91 words)

  
 Slavoj Žižek - Department of Philosophy | Faculty of Arts | University of Ljubljana
Born on March 21, 1949, in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
From 1979 researcher at the Institute for sociology and philosophy, University of Ljubljana (from 1992 Institute for Social Sciences, Faculty for Social Sciences).
Founder and president of the Society for Theoretical Psychoanalysis, Ljubljana.
www.ff.uni-lj.si /filo/english/staff/zizeka.htm   (179 words)

  
 .: Stjórnmálafræðiskor:. Baldur Þórhallsson, Lektor.
Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ljubljana with the President of Iceland, dr. Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson.
From left: An assistant, Baldur, dr. Marko Lah Vice Dean of the Faculty of Social Science Sciences University of Ljubljana and the President of Iceland dr. Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson.
An assistant, Baldur, dr. Marko Lah Vice Dean of the Faculty of Social Science Sciences University of Ljubljana and the President of Iceland dr. Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson.
www.hi.is /~baldurt/slovenia_enska.htm   (146 words)

  
 Marko Munih
During his undergraduate studies he received Prešeren award for students from University of Ljubljana.
From 1995 to 1996, he was a Research Assistant with the Implanted Devices Group in the Department of Medical Physics and Bioengineering at University College London and Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital Trust, Stanmore, UK, where he did research on unsupported standing of paraplegics and development of sensory amplifier.
In the last period is his interest focused on robot contact with environment and use of haptic interfaces in the field of rehabilitation engineering.
robo.fe.uni-lj.si /staff-3.html   (273 words)

  
 Members of AI Laboratory, FRI, Ljubljana
He was one of the founders and the first chairman of SLAIS (Slovenian AI Society) and the chairman of ISSEK, International School for the Synthesis of Expert Knowledge, based in Udine, Italy.
He is an Assistant Professor at University of Ljubljana and at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas.
Jure Zabkar received a BSc degree in mathematics in 1999 and in computer science in 2004, both from the University of Ljubljana.
www.ailab.si /people.htm   (713 words)

  
 LUI - Ljubljana University Incubator
University of Ljubljana follows the world trend of accelerating entrepreneurship among students and teachers.
Ljubljana university incubator gives complete support to newly developed enterprises helping them to overcome all the difficulties at the beginning.
The purpose of UIL is to spread entrepreneurial culture and found new spin-off enterprises.
www.lui.uni-lj.si /inkubator.asp?stran=1&jezik=1   (111 words)

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