Supervision, Personal and Organisational Counselling
Information about the Study Programme
|Name||SUPERVISION, PERSONAL AND ORGANISATIONAL COUNSELLING|
|Type||second cycle master study programme|
|Number of ECTS||120|
|Orientation:||the programme does not have orientations|
|Study Programme Modules:||1. general modules |
2. professional modules
3. elective professional modules
4. common elective modules
5. master’s thesis
Conditions for Enrolment and Criteria for Selection in the case of Limited Enrolment
Conditions for enrolment
Anyone can enrol in the study programme who has completed:
A) a first cycle study programme from an appropriate prior professional area (Paragraph 1, Article 38.a HEA) to the extent of 180 ECTS accepted according to the legal regulations valid since 2004 from the following areas: social sciences, humanities, health; and has at least 4 years of work experience (in accordance with the criteria of the Association of National Organisations for Supervision in Europe – ANSE).
B) a first cycle study programme to the extent of 180 ECTS from other professional areas (Paragraph 2, Article 38.a HEA), provided that prior to enrolment the candidate has completed all of the study obligations required for the continuation of study and has at least 4 years of work experience (in accordance with the criteria of the Association of National Organisations for Supervision in Europe – ANSE).
C) a high school professional study programme to the extent of 180 ECTS, accepted according to the legal regulations, from the following areas: social sciences, humanities, health; and has at least 4 years of work experience (in accordance with the criteria of the Association of National Organisations for Supervision in Europe – ANSE).
D) For candidates who have graduated from first cycle study programmes that cannot be included in any of the above listed groups the senate of the FEd accepts the obligations that are a condition for enrolment in the corresponding second cycle study programme.
Criteria for selection in the case of limited enrolment
- the average grade achieved in study in the first cycle (40%)
- the grade of a degree or other form of conclusion of study (10%)
- completed training and education in the fields of counselling, therapy, personal development, education, leadership and organisation (50%).
If in previous study the candidate did not complete a degree or other form of conclusion of study the average grade in the first cycle is taken into account to the extent of 50%.
The candidate can also demonstrate competences from the third paragraph with certificates of previously completed education in appropriate areas. Appropriate knowledge acquired in undergraduate education over and above 180 ECTS can also be taken into account.
Conditions for Advancement through the Programme
The general condition for advancement to the second year of study is the completion of the module The Theoretical and Experience Bases of Supervision or an appropriate equivalent. In order to enrol in the second year, candidates who undertake the programme as full-time study must gain at least 54 ECTS in the first year of study. For candidates who undertake the programme as part-time study, the conditions for advancement are determined so as to take into account the entire extent of the obligations (all of the foreseen ECTS) defined for the individual year of study (at least 30 ECTS and no more than 45 ECTS, see point 4.11).
Conditional enrolment in a higher year: in the case that the candidate does not satisfy the conditions described above it is possible to enrol in a higher year taking into account the criteria and procedures determined in Article 153 of the Statute UL.
The conditions for extending the status of student are defined in Article 153 of the Statute UL.
Conditions for Concluding Study
In order to conclude study the student must gain all of the foreseen credit points from all of the appropriate parts of the programme. In this regard, credit points gained in other higher education institutions both in Slovenia and abroad (mobility) can be taken into account, as can credit points gained on the basis of recognised knowledge and skills, providing these points have been gained in accordance with the UL Statute and the rules of the FEd, and have been confirmed by the faculty organs.
Subject Schedule of the Study Programme with Foreseen Responsible Persons
1st Year, 1st Semester
Cognitive Processes and Professional Development (S. Tancig, T. Rupnik Vec), Interaction and Communication (T. Vec, L. Šugman Bohinc), The Theoretical and Experiential Bases of Supervision (S. Žorga, T. Vec), Models and Forms of Supervision / Coaching 1 (S. Žorga, T. Vec, G. Fatzer), The Theory and Culture of Organisations (M. Sande, Š. Frlec)
1st Year, 2nd Semester
Interventions in Processes of Counselling and Supervision (A. Kobolt, T. Rupnik Vec), Managing Change (A. Rus), Elective Professional Module A, Elective Professional Module B, Common Elective Module A