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The Alma Mater Europaea - ECM''s bachelor program in Physical Therapy prepares students to become skilled health workers.

Rethinking Europe: Philosophy, Culture and Politics

Humanities Summer School in Slovenia and Austria
For High School Students (16-19 Yrs)

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The 6th festive graduation ceremony for international students

The Koper campus of Alma Mater Europaea - ECM hosted the sixth solemn ceremony for foreign students, which took place on Friday last week.

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Alumni club Alma Mater invites you to the following workshop: Interdisciplinary approach to active and quality aging

Alumni Club Alma Mater is organising a lecture on Interdisciplinary approach to active and quality aging that will take place on Thursday, 7.6.2018, at 17:00. We are inviting all students, former students, teachers and friends of Alma Mater to join us.

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Lecture of prof. dr. Ludvik Toplak at Europe Day

At the celebration of Europe Day on May 9, prof. dr. Ludvik Toplak gave a short lecture to students and professors of the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Mostar about European integration processes. Professor Toplak emphasized the important role of education in the integration processes in Europe and indicated the guidelines to be followed by educational institutions such as deetatization of education, transnationality and interdisciplinarity. In this way, bridges between nations are being built and tolerance is developed, opening up opportunities for equal participation of young people on the European market.

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Physiotherapy students hosted Paralympic athlete, Janez Učakar

The Department of Physiotherapy hosted the Paralympic athlete, Janez Učakar, within the elective subject Sports Activities of Disabled People (lecturer Tine Kovačič, M.Sc.), Janez Učakar is a member of the Slovenian Wheelchair Basketball team. He and his wife Alenka shared the experience of living together, inclusion and cooperation in sports activities in sports-motion programs through which people with paraplegia remain physically active.

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