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INFORMATION ABOUT CORONAVIRUS

 

UPDATE

 

Ordinance on imposing and implementing measures for the prevention of the spread of COVID-19 at border crossings at the external border and at checkpoints at the internal borders of the Republic of Slovenia regulates entry into the country for students and employees of educational and scientific research institutions for daily migrants and for persons from third countries. There are certain exceptions and the required evidence for crossing the state border.

 

Required evidence for students:

  • valid evidence of admission to study or evidence that the student is performing study obligations at the Academy / Faculty (issued by a member of the University of Ljubljana);
  • evidence of temporary or permanent residence in the Republic of Slovenia;
  • negative test result on SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19), not older than three days (only for persons from third countries);
  • residence permit (only for persons from third country).

Required evidence for employees:

  • employment contract with a member of the University of Ljubljana;
  • evidence of temporary or permanent residence in the Republic of Slovenia;
  • negative test result on SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19), not older than three days (only for persons from third countries);
  • residence permit (only for persons from third country).

 

Students and employees must check the updated list of countries from which persons can enter to the Republic of Slovenia (published at the NIJZ and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs) and which border crossing are open. A student who is, despite the Ordinance, unjustifiably ordered to be quarantined, can contact nina.hrasovec@gov.si (Ministry of Health) and explain he/she is a student who belongs under the Ordinance exception.

More information

 

Since spring semester 2019/20 at the Faculty of Arts has fully been held online from March 2020 and the majority of exams at the faculty are and will be executed online, we strongly advise to all international mobility students of current academic year to not return to Slovenia if not absolutely necessary, for urgent matters only

 

Dear students,

 

In view of the current coronavirus situation and the measures introduced by the Slovenian Government, the University of Ljubljana Rector, Igor Papič, has adopted the following resolution.

 

The following recommendations shall apply:

 

1. During the 2019/2020 academic year, academic programmes shall be carried out online wherever possible.

 

2. Any instruction that cannot be performed online or in adapted form and is vital to complete the academic requirements may be carried out in the students’ physical presence in one of the following forms:
• One-on-one training with an advisor (research, training in a simulated environment or classroom);
• On-on-one training (e.g. clinical training) at teaching institutions if this is made possible by the institution;
• Any other form if the following conditions are fulfilled:
- The required physical distancing (of at least 1.5 m) is maintained;
- Hand washing and the use of hand sanitisers are provided for;
- Appropriate personal protection equipment is provided for the relevant type of activity (face masks, protective gloves, etc.). The instructor should check the recommendations provided on the NIJZ and Health Ministry websites or consult an epidemiologist;
- Objects and surfaces are disinfected when the group leaves the room;
- Rooms are aired;
- Classes are as short as possible;
- Before class, the instructor must clearly advise all students to stay at home if they show any symptoms or signs of acute respiratory infection and follow the current recommendations (contact their GP or doctor on call, etc.);
- The Faculty produces appropriate protocols for preventing the spread of the new coronavirus and protecting individuals against infection and presents them to all employees and students.

 

3. Exams
• Instructors are recommended to carry out oral exams and theses defences online to the greatest extent possible;
• Exams where students are physically present may only be carried out if no other option is possible and if the conditions specified under Point 2 are met.

 

4. From 18 May 2020 on, students may again start using the faculties’ libraries, which are required to implement the NIJZ library recommendations.

 

5. The physical presence of technical service employees shall depend on the available spatial capacities, the implementation of recommendations set out under Point 2, the produced protocols and the evaluation of whether the employee belongs to a high-risk group. Employees may work from home until the end of the pandemic. The group resolutions ordering employees to work at home still apply. If working from home, employees are required to submit regular reports on their work.

 

This resolution shall take effect immediately and shall apply as of 18 May 2020 until it is revoked.

 

Information about coronavirus

 


Academic Calendar 2020/2021

 

Semester 1/Winter Semester

  • LECTURES: October 1, 2020 – January 15, 2021
  • WINTER EXAM PERIOD: January 18 – February 12, 2021

(no lectures: December 25, 2020, January 1, 2021)

 

Semester 2/Spring Semester

  • LECTURES: February 15 – May 28, 2021
  • SPRING EXAM PERIOD: May 31 – July 2, 2021
  • FALL EXAM PERIOD: August 16 – September 10, 2021

(no lectures: April 5, April 27, June 25, 2021)


WELCOME DAY FOR EXCHANGE STUDENTS

 

When:            13. February (Thursday), at 10:00

Where:           Faculty of Arts (main faculty building), on Aškerčeva 2 - ground floorroom 18 (predavalnica 18)

Schedule:      10:00–10:30  Registration

                       10:30–11:30  Welcome speech and services orientation

                       11:30–12:30  Refreshments and time to meet your classmates and tutors

  

Please plan your arrival so that you are able to attend the Welcome Day, as there will be lots of useful information for you and instructions on how to manage everything during the first weeks of your exchange.

We sincerely hope to see as many of you there as possible!


Academic Calendar 2019/2020

 

Winter Semester

  • LECTURES: October 1, 2019 – January 17, 2020
  • WINTER EXAM PERIOD: January 20 – February 14, 2020
    (no lectures: October 31, November 1, December 25 – January 3)

 

Spring Semester

  • LECTURES: February 17 – May 29, 2020
  • SPRING EXAM PERIOD: June 1 – July 3, 2020
  • *EXTENDED SPRING EXAM PERIOD: July 6 – July 17, 2020 
  • FALL EXAM PERIOD: August 17 – September 11, 2020
    (no lectures: April 13, April 27, May 1)

*exceptionally extended due to COVID-19


Timetables for exchange students:  http://urnik.ff.uni-lj.si/en/


TOO MUCH TO PACK?

After experiencing high air travel and shipping fees, we (fellow students) have decided to create a competitive  service  that  offers  shipping  within  EU borders  and  Switzerland  (and  other destinations by individual arrangement  –  contact us).

Eurosender, a hassle free and reliable shipping website. We are sure many  of you will need Eurosender in the upcoming months and would like to invite you to take a look at the website.  All students of University of Ljubljana can also take part in special June promotion being offered through the end of the month. Until 30. 6.  2014,  you  can  send  you  baggage  in  entire  Eurosender  system  with  5 %  discount,  using promotional code UNILJ5% in the booking process.

To support us and keep an eye on the discounts, like our FB page here. 

Send Your Baggage on www.eurosender.com .  

Your Eurosender team  


World in Classroom CMEPIUS

Would you like to see what a Slovenian school looks like? Do you want to teach Slovenian children about your home country? How to make your favourite food or play your national sport?

The World in Classroom is a project coordinated by LLP National Agency with aim to bring together international students with Slovenian schools.

International students can work as teacher assistant, carry out a project with the class, and/or give a lecture on a certain topic, depending on what you and teacher discuss. You can attend language, history, or geography classes, take cooking lessons, or participate in photo/painting exhibitions, blog, play music, etc. (These choices depend on what you would like to do and school resources). 

If you’re interested in participating, you can applay at LLP National agency Slovenia – CMEPIUS.

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at erasmus@cmepius.si or visit: http://www.cmepius.si/en/about-us/world-in-classroom.aspx


Housing in Slovenia

Dear incoming students,

We would like to inform you about new platform at University of Ljubljana that could be useful for your searching where to stay in Slovenia. It is a housing platform on www.HousingAnywhere.com  which you can find a room in a private apartment or in a student residence to stay during your Erasmus. It works on the principle of student-to-student. It is intuitive and provides a good opportunity to live with Slovenian students and to get to know their way of life, culture, and habits.

Check it out on www.HousingAnywhere.com.

For more information, please contact Mrs.Polona Levpušček.