Summer School in Slovenia
Copenhagen, 29 March 2010 - The Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana, Centre for Slovene as a Second/Foreign Language is inviting foreign students to the Summer School of Slovene language which will be held in July in Ljubljana.
The summer school will offer
- four-week course from 5 until 30 July 2010 (80 hours), and
- two-week course from 5 until 16 July 2010, and from 19 until 30 July 2010 (40 hours).
Foreign students can apply for the course via the Internet no later than 4 June 2010. Application form is available at http://www.centerslo.net/l2.asp?L1_ID=1&L2_ID=1&LANG=eng.
Youth Summer School of Slovene Language
Copenhagen, 29 March 2010 - The Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana, Centre for Slovene as a Second/Foreign Language will organise in July this year the fifth Youth Summer School of Slovene Language for youngsters between the ages of 13 and 17.
The course of Slovene language will be held in Ljubljana from 5 until 16 July 2010. The programme will also include various activities enabling the participants to learn about Slovene culture, history and contemporary reality. The programme will be published on 1 June 2010 on the Youth School webpage.
The application is available on http://www.centerslo.net/l2.asp?L1_ID=1&L2_ID=2&LANG=eng.
Invitation to tenders for the promotion of foreign direct investments in Slovenia in the period 2010-2011
Copenhagen, 26 March 2010 – Public Agency of the Republic of Slovenia for Entrepreneurship and Foreign Investments has published an invitation to tenders aimed at promoting direct investments in Slovenia by foreign legal persons governed by private law (non-residents).
Upon request the Embassy of Slovenia in Copenhagen will forward to interested parties in countries of its accreditation detailed information regarding the invitation to tender.
Information in English will be published on the website of Public Agency for Entrepreneurship and Foreign Investments in the following days. The invitation to tender is already available in Slovenian at: http://www.japti.si/index.php?t=razpisi&id=87.
25th art exhibition "Viški salon"
Copenhagen, 15 February 2010 - Primary School Vič – Ljubljana is inviting Primary Schools' pupils in other countries to participate at the 25th art exhibition "Viški salon" to be held in May this year at the school's premises in Ljubljana.
The art mentors in Primary Schools are welcome to send to Primary School Vič – Ljubljana original works or drawings created by children using any technique or motive until 19 April 2010. The art work should also contain the information on full name of the author, the age of the author, the name of the mentor and the name and the address of the school.
The works will be examined and evaluated by the jury constituted by three well known artists, professors at the Faculty of Art. Awards will be presented at the opening ceremony on 5 May.
Primary School Vič – Ljubljana
Abramova 26, Ljubljana
BIO 22 exibition
Copenhagen, 5 February 2010 - On 7 October 2010 the Architecture Museum of Ljubljana will open the 22nd Biennial of Industrial Design (BIO 22). BIO is a comprehensive international exhibition highlighting trends in contemporary design through its selection of well-designed products, with an emphasis on quality, originality and innovation.
Designers, manufacturers, commissioners, mentors, students are encouraged to submit their works in any of the following groups: A. Products, B. Product graphics and information design, and C. Concepts. The works to be exhibited are chosen by an international selection committee, composed of experts from various areas of design. The conditions and selection criteria are stated in the Rules for Participation in the 22nd Biennial of Industrial Design.
After a rigorous selection process, the selected and displayed works are examined by a prestigious international jury, which awards the highest prizes in design: the BIO Gold Medals, the BIO Quality Concept Awards, the BIO Honorable Mentions, and the BIO Award for a Student Work. The award-winners are announced on the evening of the opening ceremony of the exhibition, which is attended by around 1,000 guests from Slovenia and abroad. The BIO awards are conferred by the chairman of the international jury and the most prominent members of the Slovenian political and business worlds.
For more information visit www.bio.si.
Summer School in Slovenia
Copenhagen, 3 February 2010 - The Faculty of Economics in Ljubljana is inviting Slovenian and foreign students to the Summer School "Take the Best from East and West" which will take place from 5 to 23 July 2010. This is the 11th Summer School organised by the Faculty. Students can choose between 30 different courses, for which they will be awarded ECTS credit points.
More information is available at http://www.ef.uni-lj.si/en/units/summerschool/.