Where can Masters of Marriage and Family Studies be employed?
The programme prepares them for work with families, spouses, partners, young people, children and the elderly in various private settings, e.g. in the field of family and marital counselling, management of various development programmes, family integration and counselling in education and care institutions, parenting and family teaching programmes, research on family and marital phenomena, community assistance programmes, ageing population, participation in career planning and career coordination with family, crisis assistance, family and marital policy planning (e.g. ageing of the population) and the like.
Anyone who has completed:
1. a university study programme (adopted before 11 June 2004) or a first cycle study programme (or equivalent education under the Higher Education Act) in relevant professional fields (humanities, pedagogy, social, health and social sciences). If someone has completed a first cycle study programme with 240 ECTS or a university study programme (adopted before 11 June 2004) with a scope comparable to 240 ECTS, up to 60 ECTS may be recognized.
2. a university study programme (adopted before 11 June 2004) or a first cycle study programme (or equivalent education under the Higher Education Act) of other professional fields; candidates who, prior to enrolment, have completed additional study obligations in the field of psychology philosophy and theology, may have recognized from 10 to 60 ECTS by the competent study commission, depending on the diversity of the professional field.
To clarify whether their previous education fulfils the admission requirements for the programme, candidates should contact the TEOF admission office: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Venue: Ljubljana (full programme) and Maribor (full programme).