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Study in Slovania

Study in Europe: Slovenia

Slovenia is a country in southern Central Europe bordering Italy to the west, the Adriatic Sea to the southwest, Croatia to the south and east, Hungary to the northeast, and Austria to the north. As Slovenia lies at the crossroads of the Alps, the Mediterranean, the Panonian Plain and the Dinaric Mountain Range, through the centuries, the individual Slovenian regions have developed various ways of life, customs and cultural creativity.

Slovenia has a population of 2 million, and the official language is Slovenian. The capital of the country is Ljubljana, it is the largest city as well as the political, administrative, economic, educational and cultural centre of Slovenia.

Higher Education System

Over the last seventeen years higher education in Slovenia has undergone several legislative and structural changes, rapid institutional development and a significant increase in student numbers.

The higher education reform in 2004 introduced a three-cycle structure according to the Bologna process guidelines. The first cycle has a binary system of academic and professional study programmes leading to the first cycle degree (180-240 ECTS, 3-4 years). The second-cycle offers masters courses (60-120 ECTS, 1-2 years). The third-cycle comprises doctoral studies (180 ECTS, 3 years).

Higher education institutions are universities, faculties, academies and professional colleges. There are fifteen higher education institutions which cover all fields of study: three public universities (incorporating forty-one faculties, three art academies and four professional colleges) and twelve private higher education institutions (one university, five faculties and six professional colleges). Under certain conditions, private higher education institutions can also offer state recognised and co-financed courses.

The academic year begins in October and lasts until the end of September in the following year. It is divided into two semesters: the winter semester usually runs from October to January and the summer semester from February to the middle of July.

Scholarships

In Slovenia, the CMEPIUS - Centre of the Republic of Slovenia for Mobility and European Programmes ( www.cmepius.si ) is the organisation managing scholarships awarded by the Government of the Republic of Slovenia. Another source is Ad futura - Scientific and Educational Foundation of the Republic of Slovenia . It is a public foundation which provides various types of financial support ( www.ad-futura.si ).

Ad futura

Ad futura - Scientific and Educational Foundation of the Republic of Slovenia was established by the Government of the Republic of Slovenia with the aim of providing opportunities for the international mobility of students and researchers. Ad futura manages scholarships, study loans for tuition, living expenses or other costs. The specific rules are given in each call for applications.

Courses of Slovene as a Second/Foreign Language

The Centre for Slovene as a Second/Foreign Language promotes the understanding of the Slovene language, literature and culture on an international scale. The scholarships are mostly for lectureship in the Slovenian languages. For more information, see www.centreslo.net .

Where can I find more information?

Embassy of Slovenia
Mail address:
PO Box 284 Civic Square
Canberra, ACT 2608

Street address:
26 Akame Circuit
O'Malley ACT 2606

Tel: 02 6290 0000

E-mail: VCA@gov.si 
Web: www.canberra.embassy.si

Slovenia: Alternative Media and Culture in
Slovenia and Bosnia

Type of Program: Intensive Course Abroad
City: Sarajevo, Bosnia and Ljubljana, Slovenia
When offered: May/June 2013
Faculty Leaders: Professor Laura Burns and Professor Daniel Marcus

This course provides an international field experience in the arts, culture, and social activism in two of the recently-independent nations of the former Yugoslavia.  The program will be centered on Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, and Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia, and cultural projects in the city that have fostered aesthetic experimentaion and social debate.  Sarajevo features a mix of religious and historical traditions, and is emerging out of the war and upheaval that dominated the city during the 1990s.  In Ljubljana, students will examine the activities around Metelkova, a cultural enclave in the city created by punks, squatters, and intellectuals in the 1990s, and that today consists of several music clubs, art galleries and studios, gay and lesbian clubs, and meeting places for teenagers and others. 

Students will use writing, video, audio, and photography to explore the dynamics of alternative media and arts - their successes and failures, dynamism and chacultural production -- its successes and failures, dynamism and challenges.

Students will also have a chance to meet internet activists, filmmakers, radio producers and others exploring innovative approaches to media.  The course includes a short trip to Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, to broaden their experience of developments in the Balkans.

Eligibility and Prerequisites:

A student of any academic discipline may apply.  This 3-credit ICA will serve as a companion to COM 301, Alternative Media, to be offered in Spring 2013.  Enrollment in COM 301 is recommended by not required.  Experience in media or artistic production is beneficial, but also not a prerequisite.  Permission of the instructors is required for enrollment in the ICA.  Rising sophomores are able to apply, but should contact the faculty directors of the program.

Program Costs:

The tentative cost of the program is $2,350 (the specific fee will be determined once more logistics have been arranged).  This fee includes lodging, most meals, transportation within these countries, seminars, entrance fees, and insurance.  Please note: Airfare is not included in this cost.

Financial Aid:

All students are eligible to apply for OIS scholarships.  There is a scholarship section on the main application form in each program application packet.  Loans are also available to eligible students through the Financial Aid Office in SAS. 

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Published on 28 Oct 2013

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Arts Integration in Education Infographic

Arts Integration in Education Infographic

Arts integration is an approach to teaching and learning through which content standards are taught and assessed equitably in and through the arts. However, arts integration is still somewhat misunderstood by many in the educational community. The Arts Integration in Education Infographic shows how arts integration can serve as the connective pathway toward reaching and teaching every child and how it can empower educators in their professional growth.

The Arts Integration Process

  1. Pick what topic/idea you want to teavh
  2. Collaborate with Arts educators to align natural standards
  3. Teach the lesson ensuring that there is integrity to both subjects
  4. Assess student work in both content areas

Benefits of Arts Integration

  1. Student Buy-In
    Students become active participants in their learning when the arts are intentionally integrated.
  1. Critical Thinking Skills
    Student engage in critical thinking and construct personal meaning through their learning in arts integrated lessons
  1. Equity
    Yields an equitable learning environment for all learners through the own access points.
  1. Connective Learning
    Furnishes a research-based pathway to teaching 21st century learning skills and natural avenues for differentiation.
  1. Empowerment
    Instructors become facilitators of creative learning and are empowered in their own professional growth

Ideas for Integrating the Arts

  • Analyze artwork
  • Story through dance
  • Experimenting with sound
  • Reflective journaling
  • Dramatic play/tableau

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