Call for applications for the
for study at the Master’s level at the University of Ljubljana,
Faculty of Computer and Information Science
The Faculty of Computer and Information Science and Comtrade offer a Comtrade Scholarship for full-time study at the Master’s level at the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Computer and Information Science, Ljubljana, Slovenia, for female foreign citizens from Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia.
Funding will be provided for one scholarship for study at the Master’s programme in Computer and Information Science.
The scholarships are open to foreign female citizens from Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia, enrolling in the Master’s programme in the academic year 2017/2018.
SCHOLARSHIP SCHEMES and DURATION
The accepted candidate will be granted a scholarship in the amount of 420,00 euro per month for two consecutive years paid by Comtrade.
The accepted candidate will be given a maximal workload of 2 hours per week as a tutor. In case where a candidate withdraws from the programme, she is required to reimburse the scholarship paid by Comtrade, with default interest.
Aims of the programme
The 2nd cycle Master’s study programme in Computer and Information Science enables computer and information science graduates to broaden and extend their knowledge. It is also appealing to graduates of other disciplines who wish to upgrade their knowledge with practical and theoretical skills in computer and information science. The study programme will provide future graduates with the knowledge necessary for staying in touch with technological changes and development in this penetrating and ever-changing field.
The course syllabus covers all the basic contents important for future Masters of Science in the field of computer and information science, and at the same time enables students to adapt their studies according to their own wishes, motivation and inclinations. The study programme will thus provide both common introductory subjects and a wide choice of specialist elective subjects.
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