University of Ljubljana

Fakulteta za šport

International Office of the Faculty of Sport

Dear student,

first of all we would like to thank you for your interest to study at Faculty of Sport in Ljubljana. Please, find below information about Erasmus application process and other useful data.

 

Admissions criteria

You can apply to the University of Ljubljana as an exchange student for one or two semesters in case your home university is a partner university of University of Ljubljana.

 

Application procedure for Erasmus students

  1. Your home university should first nominate you to the Office of International Relations of the University of Ljubljana. The nominations should be sent to intern.office@uni-lj.si
  2. After your home university has nominated you to study at the University of Ljubljana as an exchange student, you should fill in an online application. There is no need to send a paper copy of the application.
  3. At the end of the online application you will find the necessary documents to upload to your application: Transcript of Records (of your home university), Learning Agreement and Language Certificate. Your application is complete and will be processed only after you have followed all the steps of the application system and entered all the required information.
  4. After we have received your application and your host department has approved your application, we will send you an Acceptance letter and information on living and studying in Ljubljana.

 

Application deadlines

  • 15 May for the winter semester/full academic year
  • 15 November for the summer semester

 

Please be so kind, to check the website of University of Ljubljana to get all necessary information’s about application procedure.

http://www.uni-lj.si/international_cooperation_and_exchange/incoming_students/

 

Furthermore, we would like to inform you about offered subjects for Erasmus students (undergraduate program) at Faculty of Sport, Ljubljana.  The offered subjects have been officially announced by the Senate of the Faculty of Sport (43. regular session of Senate of Faculty of Sport, Ljubljana, 5.6.2013). Please be aware, that only these subjects are available for foreign students on undergraduate program in the next upcoming years.

 

Schedule of English subjects, Faculty of Sport, Ljubljana

Teacher (e-mail)

Subject in English language

Subject in Slovenian language

Course code

Credits

Semester

CECIĆ ERPIČ SAŠA

sasa.cecicerpic@fsp.uni-lj.si

COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES / SOCIAL SKILLS FOR TEACHERS AND COACHES

SOCIALNE VEŠČINE ZA UČITELJE IN TRENERJE

B078

4

Winter

BON MARTA/ŠIBILA MARKO

marta.bon@fsp.uni-lj.si

HANDBALL 1

ROKOMET 1

B009

4

Winter

PUSTOVRH JANEZ

janez.pustovrh@fsp.uni-lj.si

NORDIC SKIING 1A

NORDIC SKIING 1B

(Note: 1A and 1B is one subject)

NORDIJSKO SMUČANJE 1A

NORDIJSKO SMUČANJE 1 B

B028A

B028B

2

2

Winter

PAVLIN TOMAŽ

tomaz.pavlin@fsp.uni-lj.si

HISTORY OF SPORT

ZGODOVINA ŠPORTA

B101D1

3

Winter

PETRA ZALETEL

petra.zaletel@fsp.uni-lj.si

DANCING 1

PLES 1

B051

4

Winter

DOUPONA MOJCA

mojca.doupona@fsp.uni-lj.si

SPORT AND SOCIETY

ŠPORT IN DRUŽBA

B084D1

3

Winter

UŠAJ ANTON

anton.usaj@fsp.uni-lj.si

BASICS OF TRAINING PROCESS

TEMELJI VADBENEGA PROCESA

B048

3

Winter

JAKA BEDNARIK /JANEZ VODIČAR

janez.vodicar@fsp.uni-lj.si

BASICS OF MANAGEMENT IN SPORT

OSNOVE MANAGEMENTA V ŠPORTU

B038

3

Winter

DOUPONA MOJCA

mojca.doupona@fsp.uni-lj.si

SOCIOLOGY OF SPORT PART 1

SOCIOLOGIJA ŠPORTA

B131D1

3

Winter

KAPUS JERNEJ

Jernej.Kapus@fsp.uni-lj.si

SWIMMING 1 AND LEARNING RESCUE TECHNIQUE

PLAVANJE 1 Z OSNOVAMI REŠEVANJA IZ VODE

B008

4

Winter

DEBEVEC TADEJ

tadej.debevec@fsp.uni-lj.si

MOUNTAINEERING

PLANINSTVO

B290

4

Winter

TOMAŽIN KATJA

katja.tomazin@fsp.uni-lj.si

COORDINATION

KOORDINACIJA

B207D3

2

Winter

BLAŽ LEŠNIK

Blaz.lesnik@fsp.uni-lj.si

ALPINE SKIING AND SNOWBOARDING 1A; ALPINE SKIING AND SNOWBOARDING 1B

(Note: 1A and 1B is one subject)

Alpsko smučanje in deskanje na snegu 1A, Alpsko smučanje in deskanje na snegu 1B

B084A

 

B084B

2

 

2

Winter

 

 

 

 

TOTAL: 45

 

 

Syllabus english subjects Faculty of sport Ljubljana

 

 

Information for international students 

about the Slovenian healthcare system

 

All international students in Slovenia have access to the public healthcare system.  The type of health insurance you have may completely or partially cover the payment of medical services such as emergency medical care, general medical examinations, prescription medication and specialist services.

If you need medical help you should usually see a general practitioner at a health centre.

 

What to bring with you

Before coming to Slovenia you should make sure you have:

  • Appropriate health insurance documentation
  • Large enough supply of any prescription medications that you need (including contraceptive pills).

If you have any chronic conditions or other healthcare needs, please bring all relevant medical documents with you (e.g. test results and medical reports, information about prescribed treatment).

 

Health insurance

 

 

If you have health insurance in...

What do you have to do?

What do you get?

  • EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, United Kingdom

Have a valid European Health Insurance Card (EHIC), or a certificate that serves as a substitute for it. You get the card/certificate in your home country.

Some services are free; for others there is usually a copayment of €3–10 per visit.1, 2

 

Australia

Have a valid Medicare card and show your passport.

 

Some services are free; for others there is usually a copayment of €3–10 per visit.1, 2

 

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia
  1. Get the BIH/SI 3 or MNE/SI 03 or SRB/SI 03 or RM/SI 3 form in your home country, from the institution that provides your health insurance.
  2. Submit the form to the Health Insurance Institute of Slovenia (ZZZS, Mala ulica 3, Ljubljana), which will issue your MedZZ certificate. Your insurance is not valid without this certificate.

Some services are free; for others there is usually a copayment of €3–10 per visit.1, 2

 

d) Other countries

Buy health insurance from a private insurance company in your home country or in Slovenia.

 

Depending on the type of insurance, you usually pay €20–50 per visit2 and then ask for a refund from your insurance company.

e) Students without health insurance

 

You pay for healthcare services yourself (usually €20–50 per visit).2

 

You can also get the Slovenian national health insurance:

 

If you get basic health insurance (obvezno zdravstveno zavarovanje), some services are free and for others there is usually a copayment of €3–10 per visit:1, 2

  1. Register at the Health Insurance Institute of Slovenia (ZZZS, Mala ulica 3, Ljubljana). You will need an identity document and your certificate of enrolment.
  2. You will then pay a monthly fee (currently €142.82 per month) OR you can submit a formal statement that someone else will be covering the cost.

 

If you also get additional health insurance (dopolnilno zdravstveno zavarovanje) (approximately €35 more per month; available at Generali, Triglav or Vzajemna), all public health services are free.

 

1 Services are free if there is a negative change in your health (determined by the doctor).

2 Prices based on ZDŠ averages. You can pay by card or in cash.

 

Remember: even if you have valid health insurance, you will still need to pay in the following cases:

  • If you don’t have your health insurance card or certificate with you
  • If you go to the emergency department for any non-emergency medical services (if you do not need immediate medical help)
  • If you get a prescription for a medication that is not covered by your insurance (some medications are only available with a copayment; discuss your options with your doctor)

 

Student Health Centre

If you have medical issues, you should contact the Student Health Centre of the University of Ljubljana (Zdravstveni dom za študente Univerze v Ljubljani ZDŠ), which offers health services in the following areas:

  • General practice and family medicine
  • Dentistry
  • Gynaecology and obstetrics
  • Clinical psychology
  • Psychiatry
  • Diagnostic laboratory

 

The main building of ZDŠ is located at Aškerčeva cesta 4, between the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. A smaller unit is located within the student dormitory complex in Rožna dolina (Svetčeva ulica 9), in Dorm VIII.

 

More information is available on their website: www.zdstudenti.si/en/

 

Making an appointment at ZDŠ

 

Every time you go to ZDŠ, you have to make an appointment:

  • by email (international@zdstudenti.si), or
  • by phone +386 (0) 1 200-74-22.

When making an appointment by email, please copy and fill in this table: https://www.zdstudenti.si/en/information-for-patients/appointments/

 

Emergency medical care

If you are in a life-threatening situation or have had an accident, call 112. If it is necessary, an ambulance will take you to the nearest emergency department, where you will get the necessary medical treatment. Emergency departments are open 24/7 and offer only emergency medical help. You have to pay yourself for all non-emergency medical services. You do not need to make an appointment.

 

In Ljubljana you can go to the Emergency Department (Urgenca) of the Ljubljana University Medical Centre.

If your situation is not an emergency, contact ZDŠ instead.

 

 

Tick alert

The most dangerous animal in Slovenia is the little tick. Pay attention to developing symptoms such as a red rash around the bite wound, which can be a sign of lyme disease. If you plan to spend a lot of time in nature, it may be a good idea to get vaccinated against tick-borne encephalitis.

More information: http://www.drustvo-bpnb.si/index.php/english-articles/199-tick-and-diseases

 

 

Social and psychological support

You can get immediate help by calling the Emergency Psychiatric Clinic: +386 1 4750 685 (8:00–12:00). They will quickly assess your psychological state and suggest what you can do next.

If you are experiencing difficulties or having suicidal thoughts during nighttime (19:00–7:00), you can call +386 1 520 99 00.

More resources for social and psychological support are available on the website of the Student Health Centre:  https://www.zdstudenti.si/en/information-for-patients/social-and-psychological-support/

 

 

 

 

 

Faculty address:

UL, Fakulteta za šport

International office

Gortanova 22

SI-1000 Ljubljana         

 

   

Head of office:  Assist. Prof. Jožef Križaj, PhD

Telephone: + 386 1 5207 841

Fax: + 386 1 5207 740

E-mail: jozef.krizaj@fsp.uni-lj.si

 

Official hours: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 11.00 AM do 12.30 PM