An Analysis of Curricula of ICT Study Programs

By Izidor Golob and Tomaz Pisanski.

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The higher education sector in Slovenia has undergone tremendous growth in size and effectiveness over the past decades. In the paper we give an overview of situation on higher education in Slovenia. We systematically present data on student enrollment from various perspectives. The paper goes on by describing a national approach to assure a high quality of higher education (accreditation and evaluation processes). The submission is based on working knowledge of Slovenian Council for Higher Education. A special attention in the paper is given to analysis of curricula of existing ICT study programs in the tertiary education in Slovenia. The paper gives clear messages about the sector, and supports the argument that we have a diverse mass higher education system in Slovenia of considerable achievement and with further potential to support the future needs of this relatively small European nation.

Keywords: Slovenia, Higher Education, ICT, Curricula

The International Journal of Learning, Volume 16, Issue 8, pp.189-196. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.277MB).

Izidor Golob

Director, The Secretariat, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Izidor Golob holds a PhD in Computer Science. Currently he works as a manager at the Secretariat of the Council for Higher Education of Slovenia.

Tomaz Pisanski

Full Professor, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Tomaz Pisanski is a full-professor of Mathematics at the University of Ljubljana and the chairman of the Council for Higher Education of Slovenia.


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