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About the Study Programme

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The postgraduate study programme in Law and Management of Real Estate is based on the principles of the Bologna Declaration. It relates to the three-year professional higher education study programme in Law and Management of Infrastructure and Real Estate and partially also to the three-year undergraduate study programme in Law. The programme represents a completed second cycle study and is also open for enrolment to candidates from other study programmes.

Graduates of the postgraduate study programme in Law and Management of Real Estate can continue their academic education by enrolling in various postgraduate doctoral programmes that are based on theoretical and practical knowledge from the fields of social sciences and engineering trades.

The postgraduate study programme lasts two years or four semesters and is equivalent to 120 credits. The first three semesters are intended for attending lectures, seminars and study workshops. The fourth semester is allocated for the preparation and defence of the Master’s thesis, which is worth 30 credits.

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Professional Title

After fulfilling the requirements for the completion of postgraduate study programme Law and Management of Real Estate II the graduate student acquires the title Master of Law and Management of Real Estate (behind the name and surname).

Abbreviated Title: LL.M. in Management of Real Estate 

Study Mode

The postgraduate study programme in Law is implemented as fulltime (with concession) or part-time (without concession) study. Lectures are organised in the morning and afternoon in two locations, i.e. in Nova Gorica and in Ljubljana. Studies at the European Faculty of Law are primarily focused on ensuring high-quality expertise and applicable knowledge and skills that serve graduates and employers alike as added value in the labour market and in employment.

Following the model of renowned international universities, the Faculty introduced e-learning, where the student does not come to the teacher but instead the teacher comes to the student. This study mode represents an exceptional opportunity for people who do not feel comfortable with the conventional study mode. The main advantages of e-learning are the flexibility of the study process and the possibility to adapt it to the individual’s needs. It is suitable for students who find it difficult to attend lectures due to distance to the place of study and for employed students and students with special needs.

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Enrolment criteria and continuation of studies in accordance with transfer criteria

Enrolment in the first year of the postgraduate study programme in Law and Management of Real Estate is available to candidates who have completed:


a) a first-cycle study programme in the relevant professional fields worth at least 180 credits. Relevant professional fields (under the ISCED classification)shall be all accredited undergraduate study programmes in Law (38), Social Sciences (31), Architecture and Building (58), Environmental Protection (85) and Engineering and Engineering Trades (52) prior to and after the Bologna System in the Republic of Slovenia;
b) a study programme leading to a higher education degree in relevant professional fields that was adopted between 1 January 1994 and 11 June 2004;
c) a first-cycle study programme or a study programme leading to a higher education degree in relevant professional fields that was adopted between 1 January 1994 and 11 June 2004, provided that prior to enrolment they pass bridge exams worth 16 to 24 credits that are determined by the Study Affairs Committee with regard to the professional field of prior studies.


Enrolment requirements are also met by candidates who have completed an equivalent study abroad.

If a decision on limited enrolment is adopted, candidates will be chosen with regard to:
• the average grade of undergraduate studies – up to 60% of points (every one tenth of the candidate’s average grade above 5.0 represents one point);
• the grade for the diploma thesis – up to 40% of points (every grade above 5.0 represents one point).
This is subject to the decision of the Study Affairs Committee.

The Faculty also enables the continuation of studies and enrolment in chosen study programmes in accordance with transfer criteria. Information on the continuation of studies in accordance with transfer criteria is available to candidates at the Faculty.

Curriculum


Curriculum 1st Year


Course ECTS
Spatial Planning System 8
Real Estate Concept 8
Administrative Law and Administrative Procedure 8
Elective Course 1 6
Property Law 8
Real Estate Recording and Management with Land Registry Law Basics 8
Design of the Residential Buildings 8
Electice Course 2 6
Total 60


Curriculum 2nd Year


Course ECTS
Law of Obligations 8
The Appraisal of Real Estate 8
Project Management 8
Electice Course 3 6
Preparation and Defence of the Master's Thesis 30
Total 60


Elective Courses


Course ECTS
Academic forum (PMN2, elective) 6
Tax Law 6
Inheritance Law 6
Alternative forms of housing for the elderly 6
Basics of 20th and 21st Century Architecture 6
Civil Servants Law 6
Marketing of Real Estate 6
Mediation and Arbitration – Alternative Dispute Resolution 6
Minor offence law 6
Insolvency law 6
Psychology for legal professions – advanced 6


The abbreviations in the curriculum:


ECTS - credit points accorgind to European credit points system (1 point equals 25 student's hours)