Faculty of Computer and Information Science takes part in several international programs, such as the European Union Erasmus and CEEPUS programs, which encourage student and teacher mobility between European universities. The study programs of the Faculty are registered with the European Federation of National Engineering Associations (FEANI) and meet the criteria for the title EUR ING.
Choosing your courses
The Faculty of Computer and Information Science offers several I. (Bachelors), II. (Masters) and III. (Doctoral) degree study programmes. Many courses of these programmes are also offered to foreign students, as indicated in the list of courses. When applying, please only choose amongst the courses listed below.
Courses held entirely in English
All subjects of the Doctoral (3rd degree) programme are held entirely in English:
|63801||Selected Topics in Computer and Information Science||Oct-Feb||5||1|
|63802||Scientific Skills I||Oct-Feb||5||1|
|Seminar I, III, V||Oct-Feb||5||1,2,3|
|63809||Selected Topics from Software Development||Oct-Feb||5||1|
|63803||Scientific Skills II||Feb-Jun||5||1|
|Seminar II, IV||Feb-Jun||5||1,2|
|63812||Architectures and Algorithms||Feb-Jun||5||1|
|63814||Mathematical Methods in Computer Sciences||Feb-Jun||5||1|
The following subjects of the Masters (2nd degree) programme are held in English:
The following subjects of the Bachelors (1st degree) programme are held in English:
|63225||Selected Topics in Computer and Information Science
(Social and Information Network Analysis)
|63268||Development of Intelligent Systems||Feb-Jun||6||3|
Other courses available to exchange students
For most of the Bachelor and some of the Master level courses lectures are usually held in Slovenian language (unless many exchange students apply and the lecturer chooses otherwise).
Exchange students are still allowed to take the courses listed below, whereby each lecturer decides on how course obligations are to be fulfilled. This may be through individual study of textbooks and coursework in English and by doing homeworks and laboratory excercises with all other students or through an individual seminar or project work. Written and oral exams are customary with most courses.
The following courses from the Masters (2nd degree) programme in Computer and Information Sciences are available:
|63527||Interaction and Information Design||Feb-Jun||6||1,2|
|63515||Modern Software Development Methods||Feb-Jun||6||1,2|
The following courses from the Bachelors (1st degree) programme in Computer and Information Sciences are available:
All above courses are for the academic year 2014/2015.
(last update on 15 June 2014)