Study at the University of Primorska
The University of Primorska aims to promote and strengthen the diversity, internationalisation, quality, and social dimension of study programmes offered and, at the same time, to support a developing culture of mutual cooperation and integration among its members (faculties).
Innovative study programmes in all three degrees of study are offered in the areas of: education, humanities, languages, social and behavioural science, business and administration, law, natural sciences, mathematics and statistics, information and communication technologies, architecture and construction, agriculture, forestry and fishery, health, tourism and sports.
In the field of education, UP has identified four long-term goals:
1. To achieve excellence in education and study programmes
2. To maintain the knowledge triangle of education, research, and industry
3. To increase the international visibility of our study programmes
4. To establish an institutional framework for the promotion of lifelong learning
Undergraduate (first cycle) study programmes are academic and professional study programmes. Their duration is determined by years (three or four years) and credit points (180 or 240 ECTS). More information can be found in the list of Undergraduate study programmes.
Master study programmes - master’s professional degrees (second cycle) consist of 60 or 120 ECTS and last one or two years. The duration of a master study programme must be planned with regard to the duration of the first cycle study programme. The total duration in the same field of study must not exceed five years (3+2, 4+1). More information can be found in the list of Master study programmes.
Doctoral study programmes last three to four years, and the study requirements consist of 180 (240) ECTS. More information can be found in the list of Doctoral study programmes. Doctoral study programmes last three to four years, and the study requirements consist of 180 (240) ECTS. More information can be found in the list of Doctoral study programmes.
At the following link foreign students can find RULES on examination and assessment of knowledge at the University of Primorska, which regulate the examination and assessment of students enrolled in study programmes at the University of Primorska.
Issuing a diploma
Graduates of the University of Primorska obtain a Diploma certificate which includes s Diploma supplement. They also gain a professional or academic title. The Diploma supplement is published in Slovene and English language. If the graduate wants to receive the Diploma supplement both in English and in Italian language, he/she must apply for the issue of the additional Diploma supplement untill issuing of the diploma.