from February 4, 2023 to March 31, 2023
Published on February 20, 2023 Updated on February 23, 2023

University of Ljubljana Summer Schools 2023

UL Summer Schools
UL Summer Schools
Ljubljana Summer School 'Take the Best from East and West': July 3rd – 21st

University of Ljubljana, School of Economics and Business

The Ljubljana Summer School programme, which includes many new outstanding topics, is aimed at Bachelor and Master students, as well as recent graduates and young professionals from all around the world, who wish to acquire new knowledge in specific areas. We welcome participants from partner and non-partner institutions worldwide as well as participants from the University of Ljubljana.

We are proud to partner with 28 course leaders from 13 countries who will offer 21 courses on Bachelor and Master level. For the complete course list with detailed information and schedule, visit Courses & Schedule >>

Deadlines and fees:
Early bird fee (by 8 May 2023):
One course: 650 EUR / Two courses: 1,000 EUR

Standard fee (9 May – 7 June 2023):
One course: 800 EUR / Two courses: 1,150 EUR

Participants can book an optional HOSPITALITY PACKAGE >>

For more information and online application visit the programme website >>

For those who cannot or do not want to travel this summer, we offer a selection of ONLINE COURSES as a supplement to our regular programme in Ljubljana. More information >>

Ljubljana Doctoral Summer School: July 10th – 21st

University of Ljubljana, School of Economics and Business

Doctoral Summer School online courses are intended for PhD students, post-docs, academics and professionals from different areas and all around the world. The specialised one-week courses are taught by renowned international academics. It is possible to register for up to two courses (one per week). Each course is worth 4 ECTS.

Courses in WEEK 1 (10 – 14 July):

  • Applied Econometrics using STATA
    SPRUK Rok, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Data Production and Analysis for Decision Support: Methods and Tools
    GONZALEZ-FELIU Jesus, Excelia Business School, France
  • Experimental Design and Analysis I (Part I—Foundations)
    SINGH Jagdip, Case Western Reserve University, United States
  • Multilevel Analysis (Multilevel Regression and Multilevel SEM)
    DE JONG Ad, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
  • Quantitative Approaches to Literature Reviews
    ZUPIC Ivan, Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom

Courses in WEEK 2 (17 – 21 July):

  • Advanced Qualitative Research with NVIVO
    OGRAJENSEK Irena, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Applied Discrete Choice and Panel Data Analysis with Stata and R
    VERBIC Miroslav, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Constructing Grounded Theory: a Practical Workshop
    BOZIC Branko, NEOMA Business School, France
  • Experimental Design and Analysis II (Part II—Advanced)
    SINGH Jagdip, Case Western Reserve University, United States
  • Meta-Analysis
    EISEND Martin, European University Viadrina, Germany
  • Quantitative Data Analysis: Issues & Applications
    HALKIAS Georgios, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
  • Theory Development
    RAI Arun, Georgia State University, United States

Deadlines and fees:
Application and payment deadline: 19 June 2023
One course: 600 EUR / Two courses: 1,100 EUR

For more information and online application visit the programme website >>>

HydroData: Summer School about Hydrology and Data (Co-organized by UNESCO): Sept 4th-8th

This Summer School is being organized by the Unesco Chair on Water-Related Disaster Risk Reduction, in collaboration with the University of Ljubljana's Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering. 

Topics covered

The main topic of the HydRoData summer school is data in relation to hydrology: obtaining and monitoring the data; data manipulation and analysis; data communication and sustainability. More specifically, the following topics will be covered:

  • Introduction to hydrology and data
  • Field measurements of various hydrological processes such as surface runoff (discharge, water level), sediment transport (turbidity), infiltration, etc.
  • Publicly available hydrological data (e.g., national repositories, earth-observations, etc.)
  • Hydrology, data communication and sustainability in hydrology
  • Introduction R programming language
  • Data manipulation, (spatial) analyses, visualization using R
  • Hydrological modelling using R
Registration deadline: 31st of March 2023
Notification about successful registration: 30th April 2023
Dates of the Summer School: 4th - 8th September 2023

More info and registration here.