- International cooperation
- General info
The Faculty of Government and European Studies (FGS) began with its activity in the 2013/2014 academic year with the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2014-2021 (ECHE). Since then, the faculty has established many contacts and fruitful partnerships with foreign institutions and continues to actively engage and connect with all related higher education institutions in the European and international arena. Students who wish to study at the Faculty of Government and European Studies must first check whether their home university has a bilateral agreement for student exchange with the Faculty of Government and European Studies. Once this has been confirmed, the student must submit their application to the International Office of their home university.
The Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2014-2021 (ECHE) commits the Faculty to exploring and engaging with the wide range of international mobility opportunities. ECHE allows Higher Education Institutions (HEI) to organise student mobility and teaching and other staff mobility, to carry out Erasmus intensive language courses and intensive programmes, and to apply for multilateral projects, networks, accompanying measures and to organise preparatory visits. It is a prerequisite for participating in the programme for all HEIs, which are located in an eligible country as well as willing to participate in learning mobility of individuals and in cooperation for innovation and good practices.
Erasmus identification code of the Faculty (ID code): SI KRANJ03
PIC code of the Faculty of Government and European Studies: 947971204
Erasmus Charter for Higher Education: Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2014-2020 (ECHE)
Erasmus Policy Statement: Erasmus policy statement 2014-2020
Erasmus student document: Erasmus študentska listina (SLO)
Erasmus brochure for incoming students: Brochure for incoming erasmus and international students
New University ECHE: Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2021-2027
Ms. Zdenka Volarič
Faculty of Government and European Studies, New University
Žanova ulica 3, 4000 Kranj
T: 00386 4 260 18 59
Office Hours: Monday- Friday from 10:00 to 12:00
Erasmus academic coordinator
doc. dr. Gorazd Justinek, Dean of Faculty of Government and European Studies
Institutional Data sheet: https://fds.nova-uni.si/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Data-sheet-SI-KRANJ03.pdf
Erasmus+ Partnership Search: https://fds.nova-uni.si/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Erasmus-data-sheet.pdf
Your home university should first nominate you to the Faculty of Government and European Studies, New University. The nominations should be sent to our Erasmus+ coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nomination form:Nominations to SI KRANJ
- 15th**May for the winter semester/full academic year
- 15thNovember for the summer semester
**Due to COVID19 later nominations are accepted, bot no later than 30.6.2020.
2.Erasmus+ application form
After your home university has successfully nominated you as an exchange student, you should fill in the Erasmus application form. The scanned copy of signed and stamped application form together with all required annexes has to be sent to our International department at: email@example.com. The original has to be send by post to: Fakulteta za državne in evropske študije Nove univerze, Žanova ulica 3, 4000 Kranj.
In addition, you will receive an Acceptance letter and general information on living and studying in Slovenia (Ljubljana or Kranj) by our International Department.
Application form: Erasmus application form
- Your home faculty statement of participation in the mobility;
- Certificate of enrollment at your home faculty;
- Learning agreement signed by your home faculty coordinators;
- Curriculum vitae (Slovenian or English);
- Copy of ID or passport (first page with the photo and personal data).
- A B2 level of language proficiency is recommended.