The Faculty of Slovenian and International Studies is located in the very center of Ljubljana. Ljubljana is the political, scientific and cultural center of the Slovenian nation and with a population of just over 288,000, it is also the largest city in Slovenia and its most important economic center.
The city is especially characterized by the typical fusion of old bourgeois architecture with newer architectural trends. Ljubljana is a city of culture, home to many theaters, museums and galleries, and also one of the oldest philharmonics in the world. In the warmer months, many café tables and chairs fill the banks of the Ljubljanica and the squares of the old town. Here, the people of Ljubljana meet for morning coffee, after an almost obligatory Saturday visit to the Ljubljana market or Sunday’s flea market, or for an evening chat with friends. The first impression that a visitor usually gets about Ljubljana is that it is an extremely young city, as it gives it a special pulse of more than 50,000 students.
The premises of the Faculty of Slovenian and International Studies are located at Mestni trg 23, 1000 Ljubljana.
Access to the faculty is possible:
- by car: the nearest parking lot is a garage house on Kongresni trg,
- by city bus: nearby stops are Šubičeva (Maxi market) and Krekov trg,
- by train: the faculty is 1.4 km from the main train station.
The faculty has 5 lecture halls and 2 meeting rooms. The five lecture halls with the following capacities in the premises of the Faculty of Slovenian and International Studies are:
- Jože Pučnik lecture room (approximate capacity 53 seats);
- Leon Štukelj lecture room (approximate capacity 47 seats);
- Lecture Hall by Karol Jozef Wojtyla (approximate capacity 89 seats);
- Robert Schuman Lecture Room (approximate capacity 48 seats);
- France Bučar lecture room (approximate capacity 72 seats).
The lecture rooms are comfortable and adequately equipped with all modern teaching and technical aids (projection surface and projector, computers with internet connection, wireless network, sound system, etc.).
In addition to these, there are also two meeting rooms available on the premises of the faculty, in which staff meetings, individual consultations, speaking hours and defenses of final works usually take place.
An important acquisition of the faculty is the elegant premises of the University Library of the New University on the 4th floor, where there are 15 reading seats and 6 computers. Wireless internet access is provided throughout the building.