acquisition of its first Erasmus University Charter, its organisation and
implementation of mobility and cooperation in international projects College of
Nursing in Celje has proved its strong orientation in an international arena
and in European cooperation. Through its participation in the new programme
Erasmus +, and after acquiring the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE)
for the period of 2014-2020 (256298-EPP-1-2014-1-SI-EPPKA3-ECHE) College of Nursing in Celje has only enhanced and
upgraded its international orientation.
are successfully making contacts with foreign higher education institutions in
the field of health and nursing care and we are aiming at acquiring assets
while applying for tenders published by Centre of the Republic of Slovenia for
Mobility and European Educational and Training Programmes (CMEPIUS). We will
keep focusing on such tenders in the future in order to provide our students and
teaching staff with information and financial support in the process of their
aware that international cooperation and exchange have a significant value in
assuring the quality of the college itself. For this reason integrating
European dimension in the college settings shall be one of the first priorities
of the college. We encourage our students to perform and complete one part of
their study obligations abroad and thus to gain relevant experience and
knowledge in foreign countries and cultures which can prepare them for a better
and easier life and work in an ever changing world.
well encourage higher education teaching professionals to cooperate in
international exchanges and projects. This is the way how to contribute to
exchange of knowledge, experience, ideas, cases of good practice etc. New
knowledge, competences and experiences are incorporated into the work of the
have established an international office in order to support international
cooperation of the college and this office provides students and teaching staff
with all necessary information and counselling.
of Nursing in Celje has entirely implemented the Bologna system which enables
domestic and foreign students to recognise their newly acquired knowledge,
skills and ETCS credit points.
Our international partners are:
- Northumbria University, Newcastle, Great Britain;
- Durham University, Durham, Great Britain;
- Medical University of Lublin, Lublin, Poland,
- Medicinski fakultet Sveučilišta u Rijeci, Croatia;
- CESPU - Advanced Polytechnic and University Cooperative - Polytechnic Health Institute of the North, Gandra, Portugal;
- Krosno State College, Poland;
- Canakkale Onsekiz University, Turkey;
- Kirklareli University, Turkey;,
- University of Oulu, Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Health Sciences, Finland;
- Visoka medicinsko šolo v Ćupriji, Serbia;
- University of Applied Science St. Gallen, Switzerland.
We are also in the process of concluding bilateral agreement with Seinajoki University of Applied Sciences, Finland and Universidad Católica Santa Teresa de Jesús de Ávila, Spain.