The following candidates may enrol in Year 1 of the masters study programme:
- Graduates of 1st cycle professional higher education programmes (equivalent to 180 ECTS credits) in the following study fields: economics, business, organization and administration sciences, social and legal sciences;
- Graduates of the 1st cycle study programme in other professional fields (equivalent to at least 180 ECTS credits). Graduates of these programmes shall fulfil additional study obligations from the undergraduate study programme equivalent to 15 ECTS credits: Business Systems Economics (7 ECTS credits) and Introduction to Tourism Studies (8 ECTS credits). The fulfilment of the additional study obligations is not an admission requirement, but these obligations shall be fulfilled prior to completion of the masters study programme. Candidates may fulfil these obligations by joining organized forms of study work, or they may study the subject matter individually by agreement with the coordinator of the corresponding course.
The following candidates may enrol directly in Year 2 of the masters study programme:
- Graduates of 4-year 1st cycle university study programmes (equivalent to 240 ECTS credits) in the following fields: economics, business, organization and administration sciences, social and legal sciences;
- Graduates of 4-year 1st cycle university study programme (equivalent to 240 ECTS credits) in other fields, provided they submit a seminar paper for one of the following subjects: Research Methodology or Strategy and Development of a Company.
These admission requirements apply for students who graduated in Slovenia as well as for those who completed their 1st cycle of university education abroad.
If enrolment is restricted, candidates are selected with regard to:
- Grade point average for undergraduate studies 70%
- Grade for the undergraduate dissertation 30%.
Requirements for enrolment are the same for graduates who completed 1st cycle study programmes in Slovenia and for those who studied abroad.
The implementation of the postgraduate Commerce programme will include foreign lecturers who will lecture in a foreign language (normally English).