CONDITIONS FOR ENROLLMENT
Enrolment in the second-cycle master’s degree study programme of Maritime Studies is open to all candidates that completed:
- At least a first-cycle degree study programme with at least 180 ECTS from the field of ‘transport services: road transport, rail transport, air transport, maritime transport, postal services’ or from the technical sciences: mechanical engineering or related study discipline compliant with current educational regulations in Slovenia or abroad.
- At least a first-cycle degree study programme with at least 180 ECTS from other disciplines of study or a second-cycle degree study programme compliant with current educational regulations in Slovenia or abroad, if before enrolment they have completed the additional study requirements, as defined by the Academic Affairs Committee of the Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transport (ranging from a minimum of 10 to a maximum of 60 ECTS).
Selection criteria for candidates (if restricted enrolment is applied):
- For candidates under point 1 above: average grade in their first-cycle degree studies (average grade, and degree thesis grade). If the student has not completed their first-cycle degree study programme with a degree thesis, the average grade will be the only selection criterion applied,
- For candidates under point 2 above: average grade in the first-cycle degree study programme (75%), average grade in additional study requirements (25%). The points are calculated by rounding the average grade in the first-cycle degree study programme and additional study requirements to one decimal place and multiplying this value by 10 so that the maximum possible number of points is 100.
Procedure and Criteria on the Recognition of Knowledge before Enrolment
Students may apply for the recognition of knowledge acquired at different educational institutions if this is in content and scope compliant with the content and objectives of the second-cycle study programme of Maritime Studies. The body appointed for the implementation of the procedure to recognise the knowledge previously obtained is the Academic Affairs Committee of the Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transport. The recognition procedure starts on request by the candidate who submits an application, certificates and other documents that serve as evidence of the previously acquired knowledge.