Many of you are struggling with a number of questions concerning your studies and future career.
We will recommend you suitable study programmes based on your values, interests, achievements and goals. After choosing a study programme, we will inform you of job prospects after completing your studies and of the possibilities of continuing your studies.
At the Career Centre of the University of Novo Mesto Faculty of Economics and Informatics we provide informative counselling on the choice of studies during office hours.
Information about the enrolment procedure, about the number of enrolment places by study programmes and about current enrolment deadlines can be found in the annual Call for Enrolment on the website of the Higher Education Application and Information Service and by post at the address:
Visokošolska prijavno-informacijska služba
Univerza v Ljubljani
Kongresni trg 12
Informative counselling on the choice of studies
If you are deciding on a study programme and are having questions or doubts, we can provide additional information about study programmes and promotional brochures of all programmes at the University of Novo Mesto Faculty of Business and Management Sciences.
You can visit our centre during office hours. Arrange your visit in advance by email or telephone at +386 7 393 00 17 or +386 7 393 0025
How to choose the right study programme?
When deciding on a study programme, it is essential that prospective students know themselves, their values, interests, abilities and knowledge, and that they are familiar with the characteristics of the professions they find interesting and suitable.
We recomend you to do 3 steps to making the right decision:
Step 1 – Know yourself
Knowing yourself is of key importance in career planning, because only then will you be able to more easily decide what you want to do and in which field.
Try to answer the following questions:
1. What do I enjoy doing (my interests)?
2. What am I good at (abilities, skills)?
3. What do I want to achieve or do in my life (values)?
4. What is my personality type?
Step 2 – Learn the characteristics of professions
There is a common misconception that your education will allow you to perform only a limited number of professions, for which your studies have qualified you. Nowadays, employment is very flexible. People can change several professions throughout their careers that might not even be related to the study field in which they have graduated.
Information about a profession
We have prepared descriptions of professions that contain information about the nature of each profession.
1. Name of profession
2. Description of profession
2.1 Presentation of the work
2.2 Areas of work
2.3 Working conditions
3. Required knowledge and skills
3.1 Formal education
3.3 Interests, personality traits and skills
4.1 Demand for the profession
Step 3 – Choose a suitable study programme