The Student Council of the Faculty of Arts (SCFA) is the highest and sole representative student body at the faculty. It is a university body defined by the Higher Education Act, the Statutes of the University of Ljubljana, the Rules of the Faculty of Arts, and the Rules on the Functioning of the SCFA.
All students of the Faculty of Arts have the right to run for the position of councillor during the elections. All full-time and part-time students have the right to vote. The elections are held every year in the second week of November.
Once the student representatives have been elected (as a rule the council consists of 22 members: one representative of every department and one graduate student), they elect leadership within the council (a president, vice-president, and secretary). The mandate of the councillors lasts one year. The councillors do not receive any financial compensation for their work or participation at the SCFA meetings or at other Faculty of Arts bodies' meetings. SCFA discusses everything related to the rights and duties of students, provides its opinion on the candidates for the position of faculty Dean, and elects student members of the working and other bodies of the Faculty of Arts. It provides its stance regarding teachers' pedagogical qualifications on behalf of students. It uses the funds acquired for its activities from the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, and Technology to co-finance various activities related to study (trips, publications, lectures etc.). SCFA's activities are public and are open to all interested parties.
Department of German, Dutch, and Swedish
Department of Sociology
Department of Sociology
Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology
Department of Slovenian Studies
Department of Translation Studies
Department of Romance Languages and Literatures
Department of Comparative and General Linguistics
Department of English
Department of Philosophy
Department of Comparative Literature and Literary Theory
Department of Psychology
Department of Library and Information Science and Book Studies
Department of Educational Sciences
Department of Archaeology
Department of History
Department of Art History
Department of Asian and African Studies
Student Representatives in Other Bodies of the Faculty of Arts
SENATE OF THE FACULTY OF ARTS
The Senate is the highest professional body of the Faculty. The Senate consists of 54 members, including full-time university teachers from each department (those who teach the equivalent of 40 work hours per week), 11 student representatives, and the Dean. The mandate period for teacher and senior researcher members is four years, and for student members, it is one year. The Senate discusses and decides on professional issues from the field of educational and scientific-research work, as well as on issues related to the development of the Faculty, proposing appropriate solutions to the Senate of the University of Ljubljana. All full-time and part-time students of the Faculty of Arts can run for the Senate. Student representatives in the Senate are elected by the Student Council of the Faculty of Arts.
GOVERNING BOARD OF THE FACULTY OF ARTS
Student interests are represented by one student representative.
ACADEMIC ASSEMBLY AND COMMISSIONS OF THE FACULTY OF ARTS
Student interests are represented by 27 student representatives. Additionally, there is one student representative in each of the following commissions: the Commission for Doctoral Study, the Commission for Quality Control, the Commission for Infrastructural Issues, the Commission for the Information System, and the Work Group for Student Complaints. There are two student representatives in each of the following commissions: the Commission for Undergraduate and Master’s Studies, the Commission for International Cooperation, and the Board of Student Issues and Orientation.
SCFA supports Filofest – The International Student Film and Video Festival.
SCFA BRAND IDENTITY
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Student Counselling Office
The Student Counselling Office provides useful information regarding regulations, repeating a study year, and applications, as well as answers to various other inquiries. The Counselling Office is situated in the Student Office in the Faculty of Arts' extension building. Counselling is provided by volunteers – students at the Faculty of Arts.
The counselling office can be contacted via E-Mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or in person every Tuesday during office hours between 10:00 and 12:00.
If you wish to put up posters on the student message boards, these must have previously been approved by the Postering Service. You can find the latter in the Student Office during office hours or can also reach the office online. Since SCFA and SOFA's Postering Service only holds office hours once per week, we kindly request that you deliver the posters in a timely manner (at least one week prior to the advertised event) in order for the service to be able to display them in time and for the appropriate duration of time. Leaflets or flyers are NOT posters and the SCFA and SOFA Postering Service is therefore not responsible for their distribution. Additionally, the distribution of leaflets and flyers (on tables and benches) is not allowed at the Faculty of Arts! Signed, SCFA and SOFA
Postering Service Members
Miha Šoba, Jan Peternelj, and Maša Medved Office Hours: Monday 11:00 – 12:00
Commissions of the Faculty of Arts Student Representatives in Commissions and Other Bodies of the Faculty of Arts
THE COMMISSION FOR UNDERGRADUATE AND MASTER'S STUDY,
THE BOARD OF STUDENT ISSUES AND ORIENTATION, and
THE COMMISSION FOR HABILITATION.
In accordance with the current regulations of the Faculty of Arts, the president of SCFA is present at sessions only in a participative capacity.
THE COMMISSION FOR DOCTORAL STUDY
THE GOVERNING BOARD OF THE FACULTY OF ARTS
THE COMMISSION FOR QUALITY CONTROL
THE COMMISSION FOR INFRASTRUCTURAL ISSUES.
THE COMMISSION FOR INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION
THE DISCIPLINARY COMMISSION FOR STUDENTS
THE COMMISSION FOR THE INFORMATION SYSTEM
WEB PAGE UPGRADE WORK GROUP
THE COMMISSION FOR STUDENT COMPLAINTS.
Student Representatives in the Commission of the University of Ljubljana
THE HABILITATION COMMISSION
THE COMMISSION FOR STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
THE SENATE OF THE FACULTY OF ARTS
The Senate is the highest professional body of the Faculty. The senate consists of 54 members, including full-time university teachers from each department (those who work the equivalent of 40 work hours per week), 11 student representatives, and the Dean. The mandate period for teacher and senior researcher members is four years, and for student members, it is one year. The Senate discusses and decides on professional issues from the field of educational and scientific-research work, as well as on issues related to the development of the Faculty, proposing appropriate solutions to the Senate of the University of Ljubljana. All full-time and part-time students of the Faculty of Arts can run for the Senate. The student representatives in the University Senate are elected by the Student Council of the Faculty of Arts.
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