APPLICATION PROCEDURE FOR ERASMUS+ STUDENTS
You can apply to the Faculty of Organisation Stuides in Novo mesto as an exchange student if your home institution is a partner institute of the Faculty of Organisation Studies in Novo mesto.
Step 1: Your home university/faculty should first nominate you to the Project and International Coordinator at the Faculty of Organisation Studies in Novo mesto. The nominations should be sent via email to: katja.kragelj (at) fos-unm.si.
Step 2: After your home university/faculty has nominated you to study as an exchange student, you should complete and submit the Application form (OBR-FOS-093). There is no need to send a paper copy of the application; it is enough to send it signed and scanned.
Step 3: After we have received your application and your host department has approved your application, we will send you a signed Learning Agreement and information on living and studying in Novo mesto.
When an incoming student arrives in Slovenia, he/she visits the International and Project Coordinator of the Faculty of Organisation Studies in Novo mesto, (before starting his/her studies or traineeships) in order to gain basic understanding of the procedures, duties, rights and also cultural adjustment. For easy integration into the learning process tutor student is available for the incoming students as well.
Incoming students have, upon their arrival, introductory meeting with members of Student Affairs Office, International and Project Office and the Dean of the Faculty of Organisation Studies, who present them the institution, its role and wider environment. Incoming students get familiarized also with the relevant information regarding study and accommodation in Slovenia (at FOŠ).
Knowledge of Slovenian language is not requested. Courses for the incoming students at Faculty of Organisation Studies in Novo mesto are provided in English language. However, it is expected that the incoming students are fluent in English language, according to the inter-institutional agreements. The verification of the language skills of incoming student should be provided by the OLS system (Online linguistic system) at their home institutions. If the language skills of incoming students are not sufficient, the online English language course should be taken within OLS system, before the arrival to Slovenia.
10 May for the winter semester and
10 November for the summer semester.
|Description of the institutional grading system
|10||excellent||91% - 100%|
|9||very good||81% - 90%|
|8||very good||71% - 80%|
|7||good||61% - 70%|
|6||sufficient||51% - 60%|
|1 to 5||fail||less than 51%|
|ECTS grading scale:|
|ECTS Grade||% of successful
achieving the grade
|Definition (only of failing grades)|
|A||10||EXCELLENT - outstanding performance with only minor errors|
|B||25||VERY GOOD - above average standard but with some errors|
|C||30||GOOD - generally sound work with a number of notable errors|
|D||25||SATISFACTORY - fair but with significant shortcomings|
|E||10||SUFFICIENT - performance meets the minimum criteria|
|FX||-||FAIL - some more work required before the credit can be awarded|
|F||-||FAIL - considerable further work is required|
1 full academic year = 60 credits
1 semester = 30 credits
Contact at the Faculty of Organisation Studies in Novo mesto for more information:
Project and International Coordinator: Ms. Katja Kragelj
E-mail: katja.kragelj (at) fos-unm.si
Telephone: +386 (0)59 082 060