Faculty of Energy Technology study programmes
Faculty of Energy Technology is one of the younger members of University of Maribor. University of Maribor is the second largest Slovene university and has seventeen faculties (Faculty of Economics and Business, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Faculty of Energy Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Faculty of Logistics, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Faculty of Organizational Sciences, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Tourism, Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security, Faculty of Health Sciences, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Law).
All courses of the Faculty of Energy Technology, University of Maribor (FET) are in line with the Bologna Declaration, which allows a high degree of electives. Student can choose a part of coursework in the areas of: Hydropower, Thermal energy, Nuclear energy, Alternative Energy and Universal Energy. FET programmes are tailored to the needs of the economy, which was also involved in preparation of the curriculum. Study is carried out in the energy environments where students can be in direct contact with large energy systems.
- 1st degree Undergraduate Professionally Oriented Study Programme Energy Technology
- 1st degree Undergraduate Academic Study Programme Energy Technology
- 2nd degree Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Magister (Masters) Energy Technology
- 3rd degree Postgraduate Study Programme Leading to Dokorat znanosti (PhD) Energy Technology
The detailed information about study programmes can be found in ECTS information package.
Recognition of education
a.) the 1961 Hague Convention - with apostille affixed
b.) the Authentication of Documents in International Circulation Act (The certificate must be legalised on the basis of local law in their country first, the last stamp from their country is from Ministry of Foreign Affair; after that they need to legalise this certificate at one of the Embassies of the Republic of Slovenia, which is accredited for their country or at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia).
2. Translation into Slovenian or English by a court appointed translator of the final certificate/diploma paper proving completed preliminary education (translation is not necessary for documents in the following languages: English, Croatian, Bosnian and Serbian if the writing of the document is in Latin script);
3. Photocopies of the transcripts, yearly report cards, diploma supplement etc.;
4. Translation into Slovenian or English by a court appointed translator of thetranscripts, yearly report cards, diploma supplement etc. (translation is not necessary for documents in the following languages: English, Croatian, Bosnian and Serbian if the writing of the document is in Latin script);
5. A short chronological description of the entire education prepared and signed by the candidate himself.
Candidates are recommended to begin the process of recognition in a timely manner. The deadline for issuing a decision on the recognition under the Act on the Recognition and Assessment of Education (Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia, No. 87/2011, Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia, No. 97/2011 - corr. and Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia, No. 109/2012) is two months from the receipt of a complete application.
MORE INFORMATIONS AVAILABLE:
Web site: http://www.um.si/en/Study/recognition/Pages/default.aspx
Profile of the graduates
renewable energy sources. Graduates of the Faculty will also processess knowledge from areas such as ecological standards, energy management, energy trade, etc.
Why study at the Faculty of energy technology?
Call for Enrolment
- Undergraduate Studies at the University of Maribor
- Postgraduate Studies at the University of Maribor
Some other useful information about University of Maribor and Studying at University of Maribor you can also find on: http://www.um.si/en/Study/about/Pages/default.aspx
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