Detailed information about selected course/program
EU code
10.9 - Others - Law
3 - PhD
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Language requirements
Students must present a language certificate of their English language skills. Very good language skills refer to level B2 on the CEFR scale of the European Language Portfolio Levels.
Academic requirements
Anyone that has completed a second-cycle degree program (Bologna master’s degree) is eligible to enroll in the doctoral program. Applicants with foreign higher education are required to apply for recognition of their education and certificates before entry into postgraduate study programmes offered by the University of Ljubljana.
For degree seeking students. Doctoral study is the pinnacle of academic achievement and is dedicated to the most competent students. In line with the general orientation of the Bologna study reform, the doctoral study in law is designed as a comprehensive three-year doctoral study in the framework of which each student selects one of the following modules (orientations): Civil Law; Labour Law and Social Security Law; Economic Analysis of Law; European Law; Commercial Law; Criminal Law; Criminology; International Law; Legal History; Roman Law; Theory of the State and Law; Administrative Law; Constitutional Law. The duration of the study programme is 3 years. The study programme comprises 180 ECTS.
Go to homepage
34 months between Sep 22 2014 and Jul 14 2017
Contact person
Ms. Darja Rabzelj (