Erasmus exchange at UM

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Maribor, the seat of one of the four Slovene universities, was first mentioned in historical documents as a town in the early year 1257. The beginnings of higher education in Maribor are closely connected to Anton Martin Slomšek, the bishop of the Lavantine diocese in St. Andraž in Carinthia. The bishop moved the seat of the diocese to Maribor in 1859 and opened a new seminary and religious school in the city. This was the first institution of higher education in Maribor and a forerunner of the present day university.The first institution of the present-day university (the Faculty of Theology does not form a part of the University of Maribor) was the School of Economics and Commerce, which was founded in 1959 and offered a two-year programme of study. In 1961 the Association of Institutions of Higher Education in Maribor was formed. The organizational model of the Association and its relations with the faculties and its institutions was similar to the traditional model of university organization. After the individual schools developed into faculties, it was only a matter of time before the Association of Institutions of Higher Education became a university. The Assembly of the Socialist Republic of Slovenia confirmed the university status of the institutions of higher education in Maribor in 1975.

 
Over time these developed into the following faculties:
          Faculty of Economics and Business
          Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
          Faculty of Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering and Architecture
          Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
          Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences
          Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
          Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
          Faculty of Health Sciences
          Faculty of Arts
          Faculty of Medicine
          Faculty of Education
          Faculty of Law
          Faculty of Logistics (located in Celje and Krško)
          Faculty of Organizational Sciences (located in Kranj)
          Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security (located in Ljubljana)
          Faculty of Tourism (located in Brežice)
          Faculty of Energy Technology (located in Krško)
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ERASMUS POLICY STATEMENT

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OFFICE (IRO)
The International Relations Office coordinates international academic cooperation at the University of Maribor. To international exchange students it offers counselling and guidance concerning your application procedure, accommodation and integration into the new environment. You are welcome to visit us.
 
Office hours:
weekdays from 10:00 to 12:00 and from 14:00 to 15:00,
on Wednesdays from 10:00 to 12:00 and from 14:00 to 16:00.
 
Address:
University of Maribor
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OFFICE
Služba za mednarodno in programe mobilnosti (Room 112 and Room 112/a)
Slomškov trg 15, 2000 Maribor, Slovenia
Telephone: 00 386 (0)2 23 55 342
 
Editor: International Relations Office
 University of Maribor, Slomškov trg 15, 2000 Maribor, Slovenia | Phone: +386 2 23 55 280 | Fax: +386 2 23 55 211 | Prijava