Visokošolski zavod Fizioterapevtika

The Institute of Physiotherapy (hereinafter referred to as Physiotherapy) provides education, research and professional activities in areas integrated into study and research processes. In doing so, we follow the following values ​​and goals:

  • academic freedom of teaching staff and students, especially freedom of creativity,
  • the high quality of studies and other activities and the excellence of the graduates,
  • ethical and responsible behavior and action.

These values ​​and goals guide the mission and vision of Physiotherapy in the dissemination and deepening of specific and broader knowledge, abilities and skills, as well as in the development and evaluation of its own standards of education and practice. From a professional point of view, Physiotherapy is rapidly establishing itself in the Slovenian area and is included in the wider European framework.

Visokošolski zavod Fizioterapevtika Offered Courses | Programmes

Visokošolski zavod Fizioterapevtika Tuition Fees

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Visokošolski zavod Fizioterapevtika Admission

Level 1 – DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM

Conditions for selection in case of enrollment restriction :

If the decision to restrict enrollment is adopted:

A) candidates with general matriculation will be selected according to:

  •  overall success in general matriculation 60% points,
  • general success in the 3rd and 4th year 20% points,
  •  success in one of the subjects (biology, chemistry or physics) in the last year when the subject was taught 20% points;

B) candidates with a vocational high school diploma will be selected according to:

  • overall success in the vocational matriculation exam 30% points,
  • general success in the 3rd and 4th year 30% points,
  • success in one of the subjects (biology, chemistry or physics) in the last year when the subject was taught 40% of the points;

C) candidates with a final exam will be selected according to:

  • overall success in the final exam 30% points,
  • general success in the 3rd and 4th year 30% points,
  • success in one of the subjects: biology, chemistry or physics in the final exam (if the candidate did not take any of the listed subjects in the final exam, the success in one of the subjects (biology, chemistry or physics) in the last year when he was taught is taken into account) 40% of the points

Conditions according to the criteria for transitions:

Any termination of the student’s education in the study program in which he was enrolled and continuation of his education in a new study program is considered a transition between study programs. In this program, all or only part of the obligations completed by the student in the first study program are recognized as completed obligations of the second study program.

Students can transfer to Physiotherapy from:

  • post-secondary and higher education study programs with related content,
  • university study programs into study programs of the first (1st) with related contents,
  • study programs for obtaining a master’s degree with related content

Transitions are possible between related study programs:

  • which guarantee the acquisition of comparable competences at the end of the studies,
  • among which, according to the criteria for recognition, at least half of the obligations under the European Transferable Credit System (hereinafter ECTS) from the first (1st) study program, which relate to the compulsory subjects of the second (2nd) study program, can be recognized.

Related programs include health sciences, medicine, pharmacy, cosmetology, sports sciences, kinesiology or other colleges for physiotherapy, etc.

Depending on the extent of recognized obligations from the first (1st) study program in the Republic of Slovenia or abroad, the student may enroll in the same or higher year in another study program.

When passing, the following can be recognized:

  • comparable study obligations that the student completed in the first (1st) study program,
  • informally acquired knowledge.

As a rule, a student can claim for recognition acquired knowledge and skills for which he/she has successfully passed exams, of which no more than 5 years have passed since the date of taking the exam at another higher education institution.
The student demonstrates previously acquired knowledge with appropriate documents. (see Regulations on study order)

Level 2 – DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM

Conditions for selection in case of enrollment restriction :

In the case of enrollment restrictions, candidates will be selected based on the average of the exam grades (50%) and the thesis (50%) at the first level.

Conditions according to the criteria for transitions:

Any termination of the student’s education in the study program in which he was enrolled and continuation of his education in a new study program is considered a transition between study programs. In this program, all or only part of the obligations completed by the student in the first study program are recognized as completed obligations of the second study program. Applicants must meet the requirements for enrollment in the program they are transferring to.

The transition is possible from:

  1. study programs of the 2nd level of physiotherapy,
  2. transfers are also possible from all master’s study programs in the field of physiotherapy, which are carried out in EU countries.

When transferring, all obligations that the student completed in the previous program and that can be recognized are taken into account. Based on this, it is determined in which year the student can transfer. Requests from candidates to transfer to the second-level Physiotherapy study program and the extent of recognized study obligations in the study program will be individually considered by the Study Affairs Commission, which will determine the obligations that each candidate must fulfill before enrolling and before completing the study.

When transitioning between study programs, the following criteria are taken into account:

  • meeting the conditions for enrollment in a new study program,
  • range of available places,
  • years or semesters in the previous study program in which the student completed all study obligations and which can be recognized in full.

If the candidate can be recognized for at least half of the obligations he/she completed in the first study program, the candidate may be allowed to enroll in the 2nd year of the second-level study program Physiotherapy, which is decided by the Study Affairs Committee.

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