On October 16, the Yale Law School organized a roundtable about democracy in Eastern Europe. Sarah Genty, a Yale J.S.D. candidate, moderated the virtual event titled "Autocratic Legalism in Europe". Kim Lane Scheppele, professor at Princeton University, presented her research on deteriorating democracy in Hungary and Poland. Other presenters included the Ombudsman of Poland Dr. Adam Bodnar, and Paul Kahn, professor of constitutional law at Yale.Read more
We successfully completed the ''Free Speech in the 21st Century'' global conference, which we held on July 3-4, 2020. It featured 52 presenters and discussants from 28 countries.Read more
The Slovenia Times published an article about the ''Free Speech in the 21st Century'' conference and called it ''this year''s most significant international virtual conference on freedom of expression. The article reads: The event was one of the largest virtual scholarly meetings so far this year, featured 52 speakers and 130 attendees. "It was a unique round-the-clock and round-the-globe event. During Asia''s daytime, Asian and Australian speakers presented, when it was daytime in Europe and the Americas, scholars from Europe, Africa, the US and Canada presented," Jurij Toplak said.Read more
In accordance with the Ordinance on the temporary general prohibition of movement and public gathering in public places and areas in the Republic of Slovenia, all study obligations at Alma Mater are continued with distance learning (online) till further notice.
Erasmus Student Network (ESN) has conducted a research on experiences of students and trainees across Europe regarding the impact of COVID-19 on their mobility experience, in which 21.930 international students and trainees in Europe provided information about their experiences. The report aims to support policy-makers to make decisions and alter communication in order to answer the major challenges students face during their exchange in foreign countries.Read more
We have just finished the first month of following the recommendations of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia to continue the study process through ICT. We are extremely pleased with the whole transition to online format, as are the users.Read more
Alma Mater has received an extension of the European Council for Business Education (ECBE) international accreditation for further 4 years for its management programs. ECBE is an international accreditation body based in Brussels, which, on the basis of its quality standards, contributes to the development and improvement of management, business and economics study programs.Read more
Dear students, Dear colleagues, The COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic has gained a global dimension of pandemic, unprecedented in the recent history. Alma Mater Europaea engages with consciousness and knowledge as we were the first that closed doors of our institutions and immediately introduced smooth distance education. Teachers, employed in health and social care centres, have been involved in activities those institutions, whereas many students have been participating in volunteer work under Slovenian Red Cross or Slovenia Civil protection, respectively. Up to this date, we have had nearly 1000 healthcare professionals and gerontologists, all employed and dedicated to overcome the epidemic, saving health and providing security to those in need.Read more
Dear Erasmus+ students,
• AMEU will continue with lectures on-line for Erasmus sudents.
• All internship activities are stoped for unknown period.
• The visiting students my decide if they want to stay in Slovenia or go back home (this decision should be based on actual situation in sending country and posibilities to travel).
• AMEU international office will assist the students with travel if possible, but please make sure that return to your country is possible. Hungary closed the borders and does not allow the transit, they may accept their own citizens. Austria will close the borders as it did with Germany. Italy is accepting own citizens.