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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW
1. PROGRAMME NAME
TERTIARY EDUCATION BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR PROGRAMME
2. PROFESSIONAL TITLE
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR
3. KEY PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES AND COMPETENCES
The key programme objective is to educate the students and qualify them for:

  • Executing tasks in the field of planning, organisation, management and monitoring of the business activities in the administration office, based on the acquired general and profession-specific theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the field of organisation and business administration.
  • Autonomous solving of complex business problems in the work process, executing the most demanding professional operational tasks and solving specific work problems using appropriate methods and processes.
  • Applying the acquired knowledge and using information on business and other developments in the company and its business environment with the goal of assuring integral and optimal decision making.
  • Professional responsibility and professionalism, understanding the importance of innovation and changes in work processes and responsibility for quality assurance regarding the business administrator’s performance.
  • Critical thinking and understanding the importance of lifelong learning.

The students will acquire:

General competences
The students will acquire the following general competences:

  • Critical thinking and autonomous decision making and problem solving.
  • Capability of positive influence on the company’s goals by setting their own goals, continuous improving of their own performance and self evaluation.
  • Adaptability to new situations, proactive conduct, taking initiative and orientation toward continuous improvement of their performance.
  • Responsibility for the quality and effectiveness of their performance, promoting knowledge and innovation sharing, taking responsibility for lifelong learning and self education based on the acknowledgment of their own strengths and weakness.
  • Entrepreneurial thinking and conduct.
  • Efficient information management, applying information knowledge to all business offices, communication skills, understanding and respecting different cultures.
  • Orientation toward cooperation, working in a group and team working, collegiality, ethic and honest conduct toward stakeholders.


Profession-specific competences
The students will acquire the following profession-specific competences:

  • Ability to solve practical business problems on the basis of the acquired knowledge in the field of economics, management, law, information and communication technology, business communication in Slovene and foreign languages, organisation, business event organisation, office administration, financial accounting etc.
  • Autonomous planning, organisation, management and monitoring of the business activities in the administration office and monitoring of the execution of business decisions.
  • Assuring administrative and technical assistance to the business processes.
  • Providing necessary and relevant information, data, documents and memos and their dissemination inside and outside of the company.
  • Representing the company in the internal and external environment, acting in accordance with the business customs, etiquette, protocol and ethics.
  • Using Slovene and foreign languages in both oral and written forms for efficient and clear business communication with all stakeholders.
  • Using information and communication technology and systems in the company’s operations.
  • Executing assisting business processes using efficient work techniques.
  • Understanding the variety of roles in the business process and valuating their own work and that of other co-workers.
  • Ability to set concrete goals, organize tasks and set time limits for their completion.
4. PROGRAMME DURATION AND CREDITS ALLOCATED
The tertiary education Business Administrator Programme is a two-year programme. After the completion of the studies students accumulate 120 credits in accordance with the ECTS system.
5. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Applicants need to:

  • Have obtained a certificate of general or vocational maturity examination or have completed an education equivalent in accordance with earlier regulations.
    or
  • Have passed master craftsman's, foreman's or plant manager's examination, have had a minimum of three-year work experience or training and have passed the qualification examination in general education equal to vocational maturity examination.
6. REQUIREMENTS FOR COMPLETION OF THE PROGRAMME
To complete the programme and acquire the title “Business Administrator” students have to pass the examinations and submit the assignments as follows:

  1. The obligatory modules/courses accumulating 98 credits:
    1. Communication: Foreign Business language 1; Business Communication (16 credits)
    2. Company's Operations and Finance: Business Economics; Accounting and Financial Management (12 credits)
    3. Information and Communication Systems: Information and Communication Office Assistance; Information Technology and Data (14 credits)
    4. Legislation and State Administration: Commercial Law; Constitution and System of Government or State Administration and Administrative Procedure (13 credits)
    5. Business Language: Foreign Business Language 2; Slovene Business Communication (14 credits)
    6. Modern Office: Modern Office Management; People and Organizations (16 credits)
    7. Organisation and Protocol: Management Basics and Operations Management; Project Organisation of Business Events (13 credits)
  2. The optional modules accumulating 12 credits:
    1. Public communication: Foreign business language 3; Marketing and Market Communication (12 credits)
      Or
    2. Electronic Business Operations: Electronic Business; Graphic and Web Design (12 credits)
  3. An optional module of their own choice (5 credits)
  4. Thesis (5 credits)

Thesis consists of submitting the paper and its oral presentation.

The thesis can be chosen in agreement with the mentor in the company where the student is working (e.g. in-company placement) and the college lecturer.
COURSE CATALOGUE
FOREIGN BUSINESS LANGUAGE 1

General objectives
General objectives and contents of the course are:

  • Enhance the four language skills with special emphasis on business communication.
  • Improve the ability to keep up-to-date on business innovations in foreign language.
  • Use of advanced information resources for autonomous search for information.
  • Understanding of the foreign language culture and communication and acquire a sense and understanding of intercultural diversity.


Competences acquired
Besides the general competences students acquire the following course-specific competences and skills:

  • Successful interaction in general and business situations in the foreign language.
  • Appropriate verbal and nonverbal communication with foreign partners.
  • Efficient and effective management of foreign business correspondence.
  • Skilful interaction in general and business environments.
  • Understanding and application of grammatical structures, characteristic for professional business communication.
  • Use general and professional business terminology in keeping up-to-date with socio-economic developments in their home country and abroad.
  • Conscious care for the foreign language culture and intercultural communication.
  • Use mono and bilingual dictionaries and professional literature.
  • Accuracy, resourcefulness and self-reliance in using a foreign language at work.
BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

General objectives General objectives and contents of the course are:

  • Build on the self-confidence in business communication and efficient use of the basic communication skills.
  • Master business conduct in social interaction; develop cooperation and capability to adapt to different communication situations.
  • Manage business events within the scope of business administrator’s responsibilities.
  • Establish professional relations with co-workers, clients and business partners.


Competences acquired Besides the general competences students acquire the following course-specific competences and skills:

  • Are acquainted with, master and valuate their own communication.
  • Independent identification, analyses and interpretation of relations between counterparts in communication in business situations.
  • Mastery of objectives based business communication.
  • Evaluate and assess understanding in communication and acquire the ability to give arguments and feedback.
  • Distinguish between basic business communication situations regarding their structure and dynamics, adequate care for optimal preparation and monitoring of the execution of communication.
  • Develop their own communication culture.
  • Successfully handle conflict situations, help establish positive business climate at workplace.
  • Creativity and tolerance toward the views and behaviour of others in communication in different business situations.
BUSINESS ECONOMICS

General objectives General objectives and contents of the course are:

  • Overview of the basic principles of economics, their interconnectedness in interdependence.
  • Understanding and overview of the basic knowledge regarding business economics in business organisations.
  • Use of the acquired knowledge of business economics to solve business problems.


Competences acquired Besides the general competences students acquire the following course-specific competences and skills:

  • Sensible connecting of information on developments in the business environment inside and outside of the company with the aim of assuring optimal decision-making.
  • Detection of economic problems and use of critical thinking in evaluating them.
  • Overview of the economic policy and market characteristics with the aim of their creative incorporation into business activities within the scope of their responsibilities.
  • Overview of the economic effectiveness indicators.
  • Analysing costs with the aim of increasing economy of company’s operations within their reach and ability to complement theoretical knowledge with appropriate graphic presentation.
  • Use of the knowledge of business economics in company when solving practical problems.
ACCOUNTING AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

General objectives General objectives and contents of the course are:

  • Understanding the role of accounting in companies.
  • Enable students for carrying out accounting related administrative tasks.
  • Enable students for working with the accounting system of business organisations.


Competences acquired Besides the general competences students acquire the following course-specific competences and skills:

  • Understanding the importance of accounting assistance in business decision-making in companies and their environment.
  • Understanding the importance of financial regulations.
  • Identify characteristics of financial issues.
  • Overview of the functions of accounting system that enable planning, monitoring, controlling, analysing and informing on business operations.
  • Overview of the development, importance and types of financing.
  • Understanding of different types of taxation and its impact on business operations.
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION OFFICE ASSISTANCE

General objectives General objectives and contents of the course are:

  • Overview of the information science as a multidisciplinary science; build up the students’ knowledge on informatics and information and communication technique and technology.
  • Understanding the importance of business informatics in business organisations and its alternative uses.
  • Use of information and communication technology in business.
  • Enable students for efficient and effective use of computer tools in their work and lifelong learning.


Competences acquired Besides the general competences students acquire the following course-specific competences and skills:

  • Use of information and communication technology for efficient assistance in managing business documentation, managing business correspondence in their mother tongue and foreign languages, assistance in lifelong learning, etc.
  • Efficient dissemination of information to the shareholders in the business environment using advanced communication technologies.
  • Understanding the concept, purpose and structure of typical information systems in companies so as to achieve efficient and economic problem solving in establishing, implementing and using business solutions in office administration autonomously and/or with the help of other administrative personnel.
  • Overview of the potential dangers emanating from the use of networks and data exchange and related risk management.
  • Consider and observe intellectual property rights.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND DATA

General objectives General objectives and contents of the course are:

  • Enable students for collecting and processing of data using information technology.
  • Enable students to effectively use software tools in accounting.


Competences acquired Besides the general competences students acquire the following course-specific competences and skills:

  • Ability to efficiently and effectively use computer tools for working with spreadsheets and databases.
  • Use of electronic spreadsheets for calculating, classifying, filtering and presenting different types of data.
  • Ability to use computer tools for project management within their field of competence.
  • Use of applications based on databases.
  • Understanding the importance of data, appropriate data classification, saving and managing.
  • Connection of data and their sensible transfer between different applications.
  • Understanding the importance of computer records that provide planning, monitoring, controlling, analysing and informing on company’s operations.
  • Enable students to use different accounting applications to prepare business reports and monitor company’s operations entering document data in appropriate applications.
  • Use of statutory accounts, forms and accounting records for informing on company’s operations.
COMMERCIAL LAW

General objectives General objectives and contents of the course are:

  • Overview of the legal order, legal framework and system in Slovenia and interrelation of different law areas.
  • Awareness of the role of legislation and regulatory requirements for companys’ operations.
  • Enable students to use regulatory requirements in executing their tasks in business administration.


Competences acquired Besides the general competences students acquire the following course-specific competences and skills:

  • Understanding of the concept of legal order and judiciary rules for regulated functioning of the state.
  • Understanding of the hierarchy of legal acts, legal relations and terminology in the related field.
  • Overview of the basics of commercial and labour law and law of obligations; ability to use these respectively in a sensible way in concrete business situations.
  • Use of contract and labour law within their scope of competence.
  • Overview of the basic procedures of legal protection and its relation with their work.
  • Sensible use of different regulatory requirements in their work.
  • Understanding of strategic developments in the environment that might have influence on the company where they work.
CONSTITUTION AND SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT

General objectives General objectives and contents of the course are:

  • Overview of the Constitution of Slovenia and acting in compliance with the constitution and the system of government in Slovenia.
  • Ability to actively and critically participate in the society.
  • Broaden the students’ education to improve understanding and evaluating developments in the business and social environment.


Competences acquired Besides the general competences students acquire the following course-specific competences and skills:

  • Respect of the constitution and the related rights of the individual.
  • Understanding of the relationship between Slovenia and the European Union and related influences on the economic and social developments.
  • Respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms in private and business environments.
  • Positive attitude toward active and regular monitoring of political and social developments and action.
  • Understanding of and evaluating developments in the environment important for smooth operations of the company and their superiors.
  • Determination and self-confidence in communicating with state authorities and institutions.
STATE ADMINISTRATION AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE

General objectives General objectives and contents of the course are:

  • Understanding of the essential elements of the state administration and its role in the functioning of the state.
  • Understanding of the relationship between the state administration and the individual.
  • Overview of the basics of administrative procedures.


Competences acquired Besides the general competences students acquire the following course-specific competences and skills:

  • Understanding of the structure of the state bodies, their role and interconnectedness.
  • Overview of the functional, structural and material aspects of public administration and understanding of the relationship between the individual and the public administration.
  • Overview of the role of and rules governing local government.
  • Positive attitude towards state-private partnerships.
  • Understanding the importance of rational use of budgetary resources.
  • Ability to take part in public procurement procedures.
  • Understanding the importance of acting in compliance with the administrative procedure in their work.
  • Efficiency in dealing with the public administration.
FOREIGN BUSINESS LANGUAGE 2

General objectives General objectives and contents of the course are:

  • Enhance the four language skills with special emphasis on simple business communication.
  • Understanding of the cultural diversity and differences in societies.
  • Use of advanced information resources to improve communication competence in the use of foreign language.


Competences acquired Besides the general competences students acquire the following course-specific competences and skills:

  • Successful interaction in simple general and business situations in the foreign language.
  • Appropriate verbal and nonverbal communication with foreign partners.
  • Efficient and effective management of foreign business correspondence.
  • Understanding and application of basic grammatical structures characteristic for professional business communication.
  • Conscious care for the language culture and intercultural communication.
  • Positive attitude towards reviewing simple foreign professional literature and use of different resources to enhance communication competences in foreign language.
  • Accuracy, resourcefulness and self-reliance in using a foreign language at work and in private communication.
SLOVENE BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

General objectives General objectives and contents of the course are:

  • Broader and deeper knowledge on spelling and style rules of communication in Slovene written language and on knowledge of proper written business communication; use of the rules of the Slovene written language in official business communication.
  • Enable students for effective written and oral communication in the company regarding internal and external communication.


Competences acquired Besides the general competences students acquire the following course-specific competences and skills:

  • Ability to properly formulate different types of official business correspondence.
  • Enable students to communicate in different business situations considering the characteristics of the media they use in communication.
  • Acting in accordance with the business etiquette and protocol.
  • Cultured, self-confident and relaxed business communication in different business situations.
  • Positive attitude towards the mother tongue and its aesthetics and continuous broadening of vocabulary.
  • Ability to adapt to different written or oral business situations and create positive human relations, adaptability and resourcefulness.
MODERN OFFICE MANAGEMENT

General objectives General objectives and contents of the course are:

  • Autonomous planning, organising and managing of the work processes in procedures in the office.
  • Overview and use of office organisation principles in their work.
  • Overview of the trends and developments in the field of business administration.


Competences acquired Besides the general competences students acquire the following course-specific competences and skills:

  • Management of the office as the centre for handling business information.
  • Quality assurance and consistency in executing administrative tasks.
  • Ability to keep up-to-date with the professional developments and introduce innovation in the business environment.
  • Encourage innovation in executing the work processes and with the co-workers.
  • Ensuring administrative and technical assistance to the work processes.
  • Professional management of the office work and efficient use of office equipment and technology in the execution of the administrative duties.
  • Ability to evaluate the importance of different tasks and rational work organisation.
  • Ability to organise and optimize the processes and procedures in the office.
PEOPLE AND ORGANISATIONS

General objectives General objectives and contents of the course are:

  • Overview of the subject, methods and objectives of psychology as well as its applicable and potentially useful areas.
  • Acquire the ability to study the influence of personality on the efficiency at work.
  • Overview of the principles of working in smaller groups and ability to coordinate groups in the field of the responsibilities and powers of the business administrator.


Competences acquired Besides the general competences students acquire the following course-specific competences and skills:

  • Understanding the relationships and issues in the work environment; understanding the importance of knowledge on human personality for the effective work.
  • Adaptability and appropriate response in critical situations.
  • Constructive self-criticism, critical thinking and anticipation of the consequences of their own actions.
  • Encouraging advanced solutions by means of the creative thinking techniques.
  • Ability to reduce tensions in the administrator and in the work environment.
  • Managing smaller working groups.
  • Keeping up-to-date with new developments in the profession and planning for the lifelong learning process; awareness of the influence and importance of self development, personal growth and lifelong learning in the individuals’ years of service.
MANAGEMENT BASICS AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

General objectives General objectives and contents of the course are:

  • Reliable, objective and quality work in the business environment.
  • Awareness of the importance of management personnel assistance and of the relation towards work, co-workers and management.
  • Overview of the theoretical grounds for understanding the importance of the organisational culture as the basic component of any business organisation and the role of individual in the contemporary business organisations.
  • Awareness of the importance of ethics in business environments.


Competences acquired Besides the general competences students acquire the following course-specific competences and skills:

  • Overview and understanding of the psychological aspect of peoples’ organisational behaviour (effective management, decision making, evaluating results).
  • Overview and understanding of the sociological and socio-psychological aspects of the relations in business organisations (group dynamics, working teams, power, relations between groups, organisational theory and technique, changing organisation, organisational culture, processes and group decision making).
  • Self control and management.
  • Ability to manage co-workers, monitor and evaluate the quality of the work of individuals and groups.
  • Overview of the importance of career advancement for employees and ability to promote self career advancement through improving the knowledge of company’s operations.
  • Understanding the influence of the organisational culture on the economic efficiency of a company; awareness of the importance of culture as a strategic factor in the development of a company.
  • Positive acting to maintain and introduce changes in the organisational culture.
  • Understanding the relation between business behaviour and ethics in companies.
  • Developing positive attitude towards the process of change and learning.
PROJECT ORGANISATION OF BUSINESS EVENTS

General objectives General objectives and contents of the course are:

  • Enable students for autonomous planning, organising and managing of business events in organisations using project management.
  • Enable students to execute processes in the administration office using project work.


Competences acquired Besides the general competences students acquire the following course-specific competences and skills:

  • Understanding business events in the context of organisational culture and image and identity of the company in the environment.
  • Developing the use of multidisciplinary approach and creativity at work.
  • Ability to use project approach in preparing for business events.
  • Project management abilities.
  • Understanding the importance of project work in improving business efficiency and understanding their own and the role of their co-workers in performing it.
  • Ability to think and form their own opinion.
FOREIGN BUSINESS LANGUAGE 3

General objectives General objectives and contents of the course are:

  • Enhance the four language skills with special emphasis on simple business communication.
  • Use of advanced information resources to improve communication competences in the use of foreign language.


Competences acquired Besides the general competences students acquire the following course-specific competences and skills:

  • Successful interaction in simple general and business situations in the foreign language.
  • Appropriate verbal and nonverbal communication with foreign partners.
  • Efficient and effective management of foreign business correspondence.
  • Understanding and application of the basic grammatical structures characteristic for professional business communication.
  • Conscious care for the language culture and intercultural communication.
  • Positive attitude towards reviewing simple foreign professional literature and use of different resources to enhance communication competences in foreign language.
  • Accuracy, resourcefulness and self-reliance in using a foreign language at work and in private communication.
MARKETING AND MARKET COMMUNICATION

General objectives General objectives and contents of the course are:

  • Acquire the basic knowledge in the field of marketing.
  • Define administrative activities as a part of marketing activities.
  • Enable students for active participation in achieving the objectives of marketing activities.


Competences acquired Besides the general competences students acquire the following course-specific competences and skills:

  • Consciously take part in creating the image of the company.
  • Identify important marketing events and collect available information in all forms.
  • Autonomous planning and organising of the marketing mix instruments.
  • Assure appropriate information in the field of reviewing press.
  • Assure the execution of the activities needed to improve internal relations in the company.
  • Provide appropriate assistance in marketing strategy formulation.
ELECTRONIC BUSINESS

General objectives General objectives and contents of the course are:

  • Overview of the electronic business; broader and deeper knowledge on information and communication technique and technology.
  • Overview of the possibilities and characteristics of introducing and use of electronic business.
  • Enable students for efficient and effective use of electronic business techniques.


Competences acquired Besides the general competences students acquire the following course-specific competences and skills:

  • Understanding the importance of safety in electronic business and its cultural, ethical and moral aspects.
  • Overview of the importance of cryptography.
  • Ability to safely transfer data between the company and its business partners or its clients using different possibilities provided by electronic busyness.
  • Ability to choose the appropriate supplier of the applications for system and data safety.
  • Ability to take part in introducing electronic business.
  • Ability to efficiently use electronic systems in electronic business.
  • Overview of the ethical aspects of electronic business and acting in compliance with them.
  • Review innovation and trends, connected with electronic business.
GRAPHIC AND WEB DESIGN

General objectives General objectives and contents of the course are:

  • Enable students to efficiently and effectively use multimedia technologies and techniques in their work.
  • Enable students to prepare data and make it available on the web pages.
  • Awareness of the multimedia in communication with the broader environment.


Competences acquired Besides the general competences students acquire the following course-specific competences and skills:

  • Ability to create simple web page as a presentation and critically evaluate the quality of different web pages.
  • Efficient presentation of different types of information using AV devices, presentation applications, picture and AV files.
  • Use of electronic devices for the digitalisation of data (computer, scanner, digital camera, etc.) and for the processing of data to be made available on the web pages.
  • Use of basic application tools for graphic and web design in the business environment.
  • Sense of aesthetics in designing documentation, materials, information, etc.
IN-COMPANY PLACEMENT

General objectives General objectives and contents of the course are:

  • Enable students to use the acquired theoretical knowledge in practice and in doing so develop competences in the fields of communication, economics, management, organisation, use of information and communication technology, office management, organising business events and law for efficient implementation of the processes in the administration office.


Competences acquired Besides the general competences students acquire the following course-specific competences and skills:

  • Understanding the company and operations of the entire company; understanding its management and structure and the responsibilities and competences of its different offices.
  • Association with the company and the work environment; positive attitude towards work obligations, professional responsibility and readiness to cooperate.
  • Acting in compliance with the principles of safety at work, respect of the culture, values and internal rulers of the company and protection of personal data and business secrets.
  • Rational use and spending of the available resources.
  • Connection of theoretical knowledge and practice to implement concrete working procedures in the administration office.
  • Communication with the stakeholders in the business environment in Slovene and foreign languages in accordance with the principles of good business communication.
  • Use of information and communication technology to implement concrete procedures in the administration office.
  • Cooperation in groups; ability to accept feedback, evaluate and analyse their work.
  • Ability to identify information processes between business offices; ability to plan, manage and monitor the working process in the administration office.
  • Manage information in the business environment and use of regulatory requirements according to concrete business circumstances.
  • Ability to manage the documentation in the administration office.
  • Ability to continuously improve the specific skills acquired in the field of the business administration.
GENERAL INFO
Possibilities of Employment

Our latest research investigating the labour market in Slovenia, made in 2006, shows that Slovene firms seek especially the following employees:
  • managers of medium sized departments and work organizations,
  • sales engineers,
  • computer experts,
  • teachers,
  • directors of big firms,
  • business secretaries,
  • managers of medium sized trade organizations,
  • mechanical engineers,
  • bookkeepers, and
  • lawyers.

A detailed analysis shows that today’s employers search for employees with economic and business knowledge that speak several languages (especially English and German) and are well acquainted with computers. Employers want to hire independent and responsible employees, who show initiative, who know how to communicate, work in teams and are acquainted with the organisation of work and principles of management. The Business Administrator Programme develops all these skills and provides knowledge that is extremely well adapted to the needs of employers.

Business administrators are employed in small and medium companies especially, and in private, public and non-profit organizations. Business administrators work in companies, banks, in the state administration, in chambers of commerce, at universities and in other educational institutions, courts, offices of ministries, insurance agencies, health services, in libraries and archives, with magazines, in real estate agencies, driving schools, in the army, police, and at television stations. Business administrators manage whole companies and individual departments in large firms, and deal with human resources, bookkeeping, commercial work, computer systems and data handling and storage, etc.

Typical tasks of business administrators are:
  • autonomous planning, organization and management of the processes in offices and companies,
  • accepting, evaluating and providing business information,
  • communication with business partners at home and abroad,
  • preparation and organization of meetings and materials,
  • performing personnel work,
  • managing business correspondence,
  • managing budgets, and
  • management of organizational units and working groups.

Teaching methods

Our teachers use teaching methods that require the students to take an active part in the learning process. There are lectures, seminar papers, computer workshops, excursions, data collection exercises, report presentations, short written assignments, discussions, group work, papers etc.

The stress is on individual participation and team work. Students are encouraged not to depend on lectures and seminars only but to take responsibility for their own learning with the help of the library and documentation from other sources, including the Internet.
Organization of the study

Our programme lasts two years or four semesters. The studies finish with a diploma paper and its oral presentation.

The studies start in October and end in June the second year. The students who opt for distance study get course books and other materials via e-mail.

They take exams partly with the help of computer and partly in the classroom.

The courses and the number of hours are adapted to the programme for adults. The lectures take place in modules, and after each course there is an exam.

After successfully completing the courses and defending the final paper the students are awarded a Diploma certificate and the title Business Administrator.
Costs of the study

The price for one year is 1269 euros if paid in one instalment. There is a possibility of paying in three instalments. The price is then 1335 euros for one year. These prices include registration fee, course books, repetition of exams, and individual coursework and examination marking.
Why would you choose us?

  • We treat students as individuals. Our students are not numbers but people who we interact with on a daily basis and often keep in touch wit long after the programme ends.
  • Education is provided by lecturers with BA, MBA or Ph. D. titles. All the teachers have many years of work experience and in teaching, and they use various teaching methods.
  • Students are organized into working groups which helps them in achieving better marks at coursework and exams and the formation of new business and friendly relationships.
  • Our teachers write their own course books and they keep improving them every year.
  • Students visit several libraries during their studies and learn how to use the COBISS system.
  • Students have a chance to accelerate their studies and finish the programme faster than in 2 years.
  • The school fee is among the lowest in Slovenia.
  • Free individual consultations with lecturers are offered.
  • Free help with finding the right job and developing one’s career.
  • Education takes place in a pleasant environment with a possibility of free, secure parking close by.
Taking care of the quality of education

Our College takes care of the quality of education. The quality control system is improved yearly and we encourage students as well as lecturers to suggest further improvements.

We use questionnaires to monitor the satisfaction of students, lecturers and employers regarding the quality of education. The quality and efficiency of the programme are improved by developing new teaching methods, by updating the contents of courses, by introducing more active methods of studying and by introducing e-learning.

We cooperate with numerous profit and non-profit organizations. Each year the employment level of our graduates is monitored including the opportunities available for obtaining a job as a business administrator.
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