Creating new worlds.
  • Why study with us?
Great courses

The diversity of elective subjects enables each person to acquire the special combination of knowledge and skills they need for their career goals.

 

Connecting to the industry

Even as a student, by working to solve challenges in computer science practice you can test your skills and forge connections in the commercial sector.

 

International environment

Being a computer expert means operating in a global, international environment, where you will encounter guest foreign lecturers and collaborate with foreign students at home or on an exchange.

Finding job is easy

Top computer experts are an indispensable part of any organisation today, in all fields of the business world and non-commercial sector. In the future they will be in even greater demand.

Technology of the future

Be one of the first to experience the latest technology, when it is still in the development stage, and play a part in developing new solutions in the Faculty laboratories.

 

  • Study Programmes
Undergraduate programmes
Emphasis on superlative technical knowledge and acquisition of fundamental theoretical as well as practical knowledge in the field of computer and information science.
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Master's programmes
Students are prepared for a successful career, be it in industry or in the academic sphere.
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Doctoral programmes
Intended for those students seeking to remain in academia and those who will be conducting top-tier development and innovation work in the computer industry.
More about programmes
  • Important dates
Come to the Information days.


Undergraduate study programmes

Friday, 9 February 2018 at 11 AM and 3:30 PM

Saturday, 10 February 2018 at 10 AM

Note: Presentations on both days will be held in Slovenian language.

 

Master's study programmes

Thursday, 25th April 2018 at 10.00h

 

Doctoral study programmes

Wednesday, 4th April 2018 at 16.00h

Watch the Livestream presentation here

Call for Applications


Undergraduate study programmesapply

EU member states citizens: 30th March 2018

Non-EU countries citizens: 20th April 2018

 

Master's study programmes apply 

31st August 2018

 

Doctoral study programmesapply 

1st June 2018

 

  • Calls for admission and scholarships
Calls for Admission

 

Scholarships

 

Year Plus

 

How to apply if you are an international student

Bachelor - find more information on the following webpage

Master - find more information on the following webpage

Doctoral - find more information on the following webpage

 

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  • Experience and impressions
  • "FRI offers in-depth knowledge in numerous fields and possibilities for high-quality education, to which professors contribute by good will and an amiable approach."
    Žiga Lesar
    student of the Master's programme Computer and Information Science
  • "Studying here is challenging and involves hard work, but is also enjoyable and most of all rewarding. One can expect to gain substantial insight into specific area of computer science and contribute to its development."
    Marinka Žitnik
    PhD, Researcher at Stanford University
  • "The duall degree study is an excellent opportunity to collaborate with international research groups. I have also gained extensive organisation and management skills."
    Jaka Cikač
    student of the Master's programme Computer and Information Science
  • "Students here are very connected and that is why we don't only gain knowledge, but also friendships which will last after the study."
    Vid Čermelj
    student of the University study programme Multimedia
  • "Every week my knowledge becomes more and more comprehensive, so study indeed becomes a pleasure."
    Manca Žerovnik
    student of the Master's programme Computer and Information Science
  • "The knowledge of mathematics enables you to view problems from a different, more abstract perspective, which leads to products of higher quality and new ideas."
    Rok Kralj
    student of the Master's programme Computer Science and Mathematics
  • "The doctoral programme is a greate way to delve deeper into the complexities of computer science. It also provides you with tools and the knowledge required to become a leading expert in your specific area of interest."
    Jure Bordon
    PhD student