ORIENTATION DAYS 2022/23
University of Primorska is organizing Orientation Days for Incoming Students. Orientation Days are organized before the Autumn and Spring semester.
Autumn Orientation Days: from Thursday, 29 September 2022 to Saturday, 01 October 2022
Spring Orientation Days: Friday, 17 February 2023 and Saturday, 18 February 2023
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2022/2023 LASTS FROM 1 OCTOBER 2022 TO 30 SEPTEMBER 2023.
Pedagogical process is organized in two semesters:
Autumn semester: from Monday, 3 October 2022 to Friday, 20 January 2023
Spring semester: from Monday, 20 February 2023 to Friday, 2 June 2023
There are three examination periods:
Winter examination period: from Monday, 23 January 2023 to Friday, 17 February 2023 (4 weeks)
Summer examination period: from Monday, 5 June 2023 to Friday, 7 July 2023 (5 weeks)
Autumn examination period: from Wednesday, 16 August 2023 to Tuesday, 12 September 2023 (4 weeks)
19 October 2022 is Rector's Day. On this day various sports and other events are organized for students and employees.
The Department for International Cooperation and Development of University of Primorska, Faculty of Humanities is responsible for the mobility of students and higher education teachers in the framework of international exchange programs (LLL / Erasmus, CEEPUS, etc.), for the maintenance and development of international connections, it also keeps records of concluded contracts and cooperation agreements, is responsible for coordinations and accepting initiatives for new cooperation with foreign partners, informing employees about international tenders and possibilities for cooperation with foreign educational institutions, and providing expert technical and administrative assistance to lecturers / researchers in registration, implementation and reporting of European development projects (EU programs).
The Service for International Cooperation and Development also provides substantive and administrative assistance to the Commission for International Cooperation and Development Affairs of the Faculty of Humanitites.
Faculty of Humanities –UP FHŠ
Titov trg 5,
SI – 6000 KOPER
T: +386 5 663 77 60
F: +386 5 663 77
Valentina Bertok, firstname.lastname@example.org, Erasmus coordinator
Karin Bandelj, email@example.com, International and national projects
The following procedure applies for incoming students who would like to undertake the exchange period at the University of Primorska within
• Erasmus + student mobility for studies
• Erasmus+ student mobility for traineeships
• Programme CEEPUS*
• FREE-MOVER exchange students
ON-LINE APPLICATION PROCEDURE (Erasmus+, Ceepus)top
In order to apply for the exchange mobility at our university you need to submit the application form. You need to register first in the online application tool available at web link: https://vis.upr.si/studij/studexchange/
After the registration, you will be guided further within the application tool to complete the application procedure and upload the necessary documents.
The deadline for the submission of the online application is 15 June 2020for the first semester or full academic year and 15 November 2020 for the second semester.
*CEEPUS exchange and Exchange within interstate agreement (BILATERAL SCHOLARSHIPS)
ERASMUS+ EXCHANGE STUDENTS APPLICATION PROCESStop
Before applying students have to be first officially nominated by their home institution. After we receive nomination we send application package to students informing them about the documents, application forms etc. (the whole procedure is done online).
CEEPUS INCOMING STUDENTStop
CEEPUS is an acronym for “Central European Exchange Program for University Studies”. Current member countries are: Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, the Slovak Republic and Slovenia. Prishtina/Kosovo is also participating.
Documents needed upon the arrivaltop
- Establishment of personal registration number (EMŠO)
For the purpose of your registration at registration office you will also need:
- European health insurance (Please make sure that it is valid through all duration of your stay in Slovenia).
- Declaration of sufficient means of subsistence in Slovenia in a monthly amount at least equal to the basic minimal income. (At least 288,81 € per month, throughout the duration of your studies in Slovenia. Normally is enough to have a copy or a scan of your scholarship agreement where the amount is clearly available).
- Copy of the accommodation contract – you will get it at your arrival from your landlord.
- Copy of personal document (ID or passport)
- 1 original photo (dimension 3,5 cm wide and 4,5 cm high)
Are application documents available online (URL): No
Information / advice on visa (residence permit) application procedures
Students have to follow the first information package they receive by email after the application procedure.
For more information about international mobility see also the site of University of Primorska.
Academic programme informationtop
Course selection and description: www.fhs.upr.si
Timetable - ERASMUS incoming 2020/2021 will be available at the end of June.
Language of instruction: Slovene, exceptions are languages. The Faculty offers individual consultations
ECTS points/Year: 60 ECTS
Grading system / Passing Grade: 1-10 (6 is the passing grade)
On 1 June 2021, ddr. Giulia Beltrametti from Torino (Italy) started working at FHŠ UP with the EU funded project OCHER - Owners of a Common Heritage. Commons, Environment and Rights in European Mountains (18th - 20th century). She obtained the prestigious European project Marie-Skłodowska Curie postdoctoral fellowship from the Horizon 2020 scheme, as the only and first project at the University of Primorska (besides InnoRenew) and one of 14 (out of 66 registered) projects in Slovenia, which is why she was invited together with others to talk to the Minister of Science.
The new colleague at UP FHŠ will conduct an interdisciplinary study of forms of collective management of natural environmental resources between anthropology, history and heritage studies and in a comparative perspective between the Karst, Istria, Liguria and Nice in France.
The OCHER project examines the relationship between certain historical forms of collective land and resource management and the current environmental and landscape value of these areas, and raises the issue of access rights to natural resources for future generations. Under the Habitats Directive, which aims to promote natural habitats taking into account local needs, different sites in three European countries (Slovenia, Italy, France) have been selected from the list of Natura 2000 networks for their specific biodiversity for case studies and comparisons. The survey addresses different types of 'collective management institutions' to different extents. In mountain areas, where the conservation and sustainable use of the environment is mainly focused on “people working with nature”, minimum management structures are based on households. A combined historical, anthropological and legal approach is therefore needed to better understand the long-term effects and flexibility of resource use in the environment, to reflect more deeply on the specificities of (collective) entities and the mechanisms of (collective) legal actions and institutions.
OCHER addresses the challenges of historical and juridical anthropology and seeks to contribute to the reflection on new environmental rights that go beyond the human / nature dichotomy by understanding the historical forms of the non-destructive relationship between social and ecological systems. It addresses the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and intends to provide a contextual analysis for future applicative project.