International Mobility for Students and Staff 

We were proud to learn that Ljubljana School of Business project application for Erasmus+ mobility for the KA 171 project (countries not associated with the Program) has received the most points among all higher education institutions’ applications in Slovenia. For a small, privately held school, this is quite an accomplishment. That means we can realize our planned additional incoming and outgoing mobilities with our partner institutions in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Montenegro, Ukraine, Bhutan and the United Emirates. International cooperation within KA 171 and the current KA 103 program (EU countries, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, North Macedonia, Republic of Turkey and Republic of Serbia) is at the core of our internationalization strategy. It is becoming very recognized among our staff, students, and incoming guests from various parts of the world. 

Erasmus+ incoming students from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Ukraine. 
Our head of online studies, Brigita Rajter and our dean, dr Lidija Weis, on their outgoing staff mobility to Montenegro with the vice-dean of the hosting institution FPEP Bar, dr. Sandra Đurović.