Transferring implies that the student’s education according to the study programme in which he or she enrolled is terminated; the student’s education then continues in the framework of the new programme, wherein all the student’s obligations, which he or she has completed in the context of the previous study programme, or part of them, are recognised as completed in the new study programme as well (Criteria for Transfer between Study Programmes (Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia, no. 45/94)).

An exam passed in the previous study programme is recognised as a completed exam in the new programme provided the contents of both courses are at least 75% identical. When assigning a credit value to an individual year (60 credit points), the recognised exam is given the number of credit points awarded in the framework of the previous study programme; however, the number of credit points must not exceed the number of CPs given to the course in the new Geotechnology study programme. The transfers referred to in the previous paragraph do not include a student’s selection of another study programme because he or she did not fulfil the requirements of the previous study programme.

The following transfers are possible in the context of the postgraduate Master’s study programme in Geotechnology:

  • From a second-level Master’s study programme in the field of geotechnology, mining or related study programmes (engineering and related);
  • For graduates of university study programmes in the field of geotechnology, mining or related study programmes (engineering and related) adopted after 1994;
  • For graduates of higher education study programmes in the field of geotechnology, mining or related study programmes (engineering and related) adopted before 1994.

A student may transfer to Year 2 of the postgraduate study programme Geotechnology provided he or she:

  • fulfils the enrolment criteria for this new study programme;
  • there are still free places;
  • has fulfilled all the study obligations required by the previous year in his or her previous programme;
  • if the scope of the content, taught in the framework of the postgraduate Master’s study programme in Geotechnology, does not differ by more than 30 credit points when compared with Year 1 of the previous study programme.

In accordance with the Rules on the Assessment and Evaluation of Knowledge at the NTF of the UL, the Studies Committee may require the student to fulfil additional requirements (differential exams) within a set deadline.
In such cases, the NTF Studies Committee may choose to recognise part of the exams the student had passed in the framework of the previous study programme and which are not included in the new study programme (Geotechnology), in place of the electives taken outside the NTF of the UL.

If the student is transferring to the Geotechnology study programme from second-level Master’s programmes offered by the NTF of the UL, the Studies Committee may recognise some of the student’s “professional” exams completed in the context of the previous programme in place of the electives taken within the NTF of the UL.
Graduates from university study programmes in the field of geotechnology, mining or related study programmes (engineering and related) adopted before 1994 may also enrol in Year 2 of the postgraduate Master’s study programme in Geotechnology; this also applies to graduates of higher education study programmes in the field of geotechnology, mining or related study programmes (engineering and related) adopted before 1994.

The Studies Committee may require the student to complete additional requirements (differential exams), worth up to 40 credit points, which the latter must complete by the end of the new study programme; it may also choose to take into account a candidate’s potential academic or scientific publications and work completed during industrial placement.

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