BLED SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
Founded in 1986, the IEDC-Bled School of Management in Bled, Slovenia, was one of the first management schools of Central and Eastern Europe. Over the years, it has offered more than 900 management and executive education programs to business people from more than 70 countries. The school accepts about 3,000 students a year, 70% of whom come from countries other than Slovenia.
UNIVERSITY OF LJUBLJANA
The University of Ljubljana possesses a rich tradition. It ranks as a very large university, with more than 63,000 graduate and postgraduate students Approximately 4000 higher education teachers ers are employed in the 22 faculties, 3 arts academies and one university college. The university was founded in 1919 on the basis of centuries of edicational tradition, remaining the only Slovenina university for half a century.
UNIVERSITY OF MARIBOR
The University of Maribor (Slovenian Univerza v Mariboru) is the second university in Slovenia, established in 1961. It currently has 15 faculties.
UNIVERSITY OF NOVA GORICA
University of Nova Gorica aims to be an independent, research oriented and student friendly university, where knowledge is formed within a harmonious relationship between students and researchers, so that the knowledge can be transferred to younger generations and into business environment.
UNIVERSITY OF PRIMORSKA FACULTY OF HUMANITIES
University of Primorska Faculty of Humanities Koper has decided to adhere to the guidelines of the European Higher Education Area and European Research Area. In view of that, international and inter-university co-operation presents an important part of higher education and scientific research as it enables professors and students to perform part of their requirements at foreign universities and to participate in various development and research projects.
UNIVERSITY OF PRIMORSKA UNIVERSITA DEL LITORALE
The new, third Slovene university was established not only in an area bordering Croatia and Italy, but also at a meeting point of international cultural and economic trends. Its mission is based on the culture and tradition of areas of contact, on the collaboration with the regional economy orientated towards western Europe and the Mediterranean, and on the vision of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and European Research Area (ERA).