The University of Ljubljana (UL) is a public autonomous educational and scientific research institution. It was established in 1919 and is the oldest and the biggest university in Slovenia. A total of 23 faculties, 3 academies of art and 1 university college employ approx. 4000 teaching and research staff, assisted by nearly 900 technical and administrative staff. UL ranks among the top 500 universities according to: Times THSE-QS Ranking (500-600), Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities (400-500), Webometrics Ranking of World universities (top 200), URAP – University Ranking by Academic Performance (284).
The Faculty of Economics (FELU) at the University of Ljubljana was founded in 1946. The FELU has a long tradition in research and education. Today, it is the University’s largest faculty, with approx. 6000 students and 250 full-time employees. It is both a national leader and an internationally recognized academic and research institution in the fields of business and economics, with 181 international agreements with partner institutions and over 500 foreign exchange students each year. The FELU has been awarded accreditation by both the AACSB (the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) and EQUIS (the European Quality Improvement System), which assures high international standards of quality in teaching and research, making it among 91 business schools in the world to hold both accreditations. With more than 90 research and advisory projects annually, the FELU has rich experience in managing national and international projects and offering strong administrative support.