- Assoc. prof. dr. Urban Kordeš, head of the programme: (consultation hrs)
- Assist. prof. dr. Toma Strle: (consultation hrs)


- The Faculty of Education is the local Erasmus+ coordinator for the MEi:CogSci programme in Ljubljana. Therefore, Erasmus documentation should be sent to the Faculty of Education (and/or the University of Ljubljana Erasmus office if required).
- For all matters concerning Erasmus+, students should contact Igor Repac:

Erasmus office:
- Faculty of Education, Kardeljeva ploščad 16, Ljubljana, Office for International Cooperation, room 034.
- Contact person: Igor Repac,, 386 1 5892 347, office hours.

For information concerning Erasmus+ application forms, accommodation and deadlines see


- Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana is the local CEEPUS coordinator for the MEi:CogSci programme in Ljubljana. For all matters regarding CEEPUS, contact the CEEPUS coordinator, prof. dr. Olga Markič (Faculty of Arts, Department of Philosophy, Aškrčeva 2; consultation hrs,


Planning your mobility semester (courses, projects, learning contract, learning agreement)

Mobility projects
For info on mobility projects/topics at University of Ljubljana see mobility projects/topics.

If students encounter problems regarding projects and supervision, students can write to local coordinator Toma Strle. For all projects at Neurological clinic, Medical faculty and Department of Psychology at Faculty of Arts also write to Anka Slana Ozimič.

Erasmus+ Learning Agreement
In the Erasmus+ learning agreement (note this is not the MEi:CogSci learning contract) students state the following official third semester courses of the cognitive science programme at University of Ljubljana (they will also be stated on the transcript of records students obtain at the end of semester):
- Trends in Cognitive Science (10 ECTS)
[lecture, seminar, journal club]
- Interdisciplinary approach to a cognitive phenomenon 1 (10 ECTS) 
[cognitive science courses and/or electives and/or research project, depending on how students structure their 3rd semester curriculum].
- Interdisciplinary approach to a cognitive phenomenon 2 (10 ECTS)
[research project]

The content of these courses will be specified in more detail in the MEi:CogSci learning contract.

In case of extending mobility, state changes in the same learning agreement in the appropriate section.

MEi:CogSci learning contract
- In the learning contract, students define the structure of their mobility semester (courses and project work).
- Students are required to submit an e-version of the semester contract (part 2 of the learning contract) to the local coordinator (Toma Strle; at the latest until the 24th of October.
- Students are required to submit the final e-version of the learning contract to the local and home coordinators and CC project supervisor (see also instructions in the learning contract) at the latest (!) until the 31st of October. The final version must, among other obligatory elements, include the project plan as structured in part 3 of the learning contract and as agreed upon with the supervisor.
- The supervisor has to confirm that she/he agrees with student's project plan via email which students have to, when submitting the learning contract, forward to the home and host university coordinators.
- You can find the learning contract form here.
- If students have further questions they are welcome to consultation hrs of Toma Strle.

Finishing your mobility

1) In order to get the learning contract signed, students need the following:
a) Project (S-I-PJ Special Topic of Interest (Project) Module):
- Project report (description and results) should be included in the learning contract.
- Signature and grade from the project supervisor.

b) Courses (S-I Special Topic of Interest Module and W-D-C Elective Module):
For non-MEi:CogSci courses (see schedule of courses for MEi:CogSci courses) students need a confirmation that they passed them. Students must provide a transcript of records from the respective faculty or fill in this form (for each course holder a separate document).

c) Trends in cognitive science (S-I-CS New Trends in Cognitive Science Module):
- Students do not need any additional documents besides the learning contract.

Students must fill in all data on the learning contract (including, for instance, host and home grades) and bring the original learning contract with all the necessary elements and, if necessary, additional documents (see a) and b) above) to the Faculty of Education to consultation hrs of Toma Strle in order to obtain the signature of the local coordinator at the host university. In case a student is not in Slovenia anymore, he/she can send the original learning contract (with all the necessary elements and, if necessary, additional documents) to Toma Strle (Kardeljeva ploščad 16, 1000 Ljubljana). Note that learning contracts with missing elements, information or documents, submitted in the latter way, will not be processed.

2) Transcript of records
- After students obtain the signature of the local coordinator on the learning contract (or they sent the required documents to Toma Strle), Igor Repac at the Office for international cooperation at the Faculty of Education (room no. 034; see link for office hrs) will stamp the learning contract and issue a transcript of records (note that it might take a couple of days for the grades – project grade, for instance – to be entered in the student e-system VIS and hence issuing of transcript of records as well).

Students have to finish all their work (including formal procedures) latest until the end of the school year (i.e., end of September) in order to be able to obtain the transcript of records (students must also follow their home university deadlines and instruction).

3) Obtaining the documents
- Students can pick up the documents (learning contract, transcript of records) at the Faculty of Education Office for International Cooperation (room 034).
- In case the student is not in Slovenia anymore (and will hence not be able to pick up the documents at the Faculty of Education Office for International Cooperation), he/she should provide Igor Repac ( with an address and request the respective documents (learning contract, transcript of records) to be sent to the provided address.

- University of Ljubljana welcome guide for exchange students
- Faculty of Education info for exchange students
- Schedule of MEi:CogSci courses
- Courses in English at other faculties: Faculty of Education, Faculty of Computer and Information Science, Faculty of Arts (Department of Psychology)
- Academic calendar; and in more detail in Slovene
- Map of study venues
- Studying in Ljubljana
- SACS (Student Association of Cognitive Science - led by MEi:CogSci)