Slovenia strongly supports the idea of construction of a genuine European area of knowledge and strives to implement measures supporting equal opportunities, school success, mobility in general, higher education and vocational education and training, language learning, safety at school, non-discrimination, educational technologies and distance education, academic and professional recognition of qualifications, educational statistics, overall development of general education and vocational training, development of undergraduate and the modernisation of postgraduate studies.
Over last years higher education in Slovenia has undergone several legislative and structural changes, rapid inisititutional development and a significant increase in student numbers and became also interesting and desired country for many foreign students and high school pupils.
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Studies are provided by public and private universities, faculties, art academies and professional colleges. Universities, faculties and art academies may provide all types of study programmes, while professional colleges may provide, as a rule, the first cycle professional study programmes, but also the second cycle programmes when meeting certain special requirements.
A research team has developed a new, highly efficient drug-delivery system based on magnetic iron oxide nanoparticle clusters encapsulated inside a liposome. Their work has been published in the renowned science magazine Nature...
Dr Jernej Barbič, Slovenian mathematician, physicist, computer scientist and scientist, has become the first Slovenian to be recognised as one of the 35 most outstanding young innovators in the annual list published by the US...
Edvard Rusjan (1886-1911), the Slovenian aviation pioneer, was remembered on 9 January at a ceremony at the outskirts of the city of Belgrade, Serbia where he crashed his plane and died hundred years ago to the day.
‘Knowledge counts, the patients we help count, relationships count,’ says Professor Igor Gregorič, Director of Mechanical Circulatory Support and Associate Chief of the Transplant Service at the Texas Heart Institute. But to this...
Slovenian scientists, university professors and academics working beyond the borders of Slovenia and overseas represent an extraordinary intellectual potential. It is estimated that at least 10% of all Slovenian researchers work...