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Information Day for graduate studies in 2019

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On Tuesday, 18 June 2019, an Information Day was organised in the Large Hall which was filled with participants, most of whom were not students of the SEB LU. Before the official part started, the participants received information materials about 15 master’s studies and two other graduate programmes offered by the School of Economics and Business.

The President of the Student Council Aleksander Milićević invited the attendees to seize the opportunity and take part in international student exchange in 200 partner universities across the world. He also invited them to participate in the events organised in the framework of extracurricular activities, as many eminent players from the Slovenian business world can be met there. The Dean of the SEB LU Prof. Dr Metka Tekavčič pointed out in her introductory speech that the SEB LU is the central Slovenian higher education and research organisation in the field of economics and business sciences.

During a brief roundtable, the alumni presented their own stories of success. Dean Habuš, co-founder of the Optibar, Foora and Histogenie companies, said that the things that have helped him the most in his life are actually those things he mistakenly considered useless during his studies. Perla Prodan Krstič completed her undergraduate study at the Faculty of Law and graduate study at the SEB LU in the field of Management and Economics in Health Care. She commended a decision she took during her graduate studies, namely to improve self-initiative and gain many practical insights that can now be included in daily work processes.

A survey conducted among the attendees of the Information Day revealed that students showed the greatest interest in the study of management. The study of accounting and auditing, that used to be very popular in the past, ranked only fifth this year. The question why that is so was answered later by the programme coordinator Prof. Dr Simon Čadež. He explained that in most other programmes two subjects had been replaced that were generally considered to be the most difficult. On the other hand, he highlighted the fact that graduates of the Accounting and Auditing programme have not had any trouble finding a job, even in the hardest days of the recent economic crisis.

Uroš Konda, EFnews


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