“Slovenia got its sixth university on Tuesday, as a private higher education center in Novo Mesto featuring four faculties was transformed into a university. The new university was accredited by the state for a five-year period.

The new university consists of the Faculty of Business, Management and Informatics, the Faculty of Business and Management Sciences, the School of Technologies and Systems and the Faculty of Health Sciences.

The head of the Higher Education Centre, Marjan Blažič, told the press today that the National Agency for the Quality of Higher Education had issued a decree on the university’s founding in September and that the decision had become final last week.

The chancellor is to be appointed in the next six months, said Balažič.” (Slovenia Times)

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