International cooperation

SASS has well established cooperation with universities and research centers in Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Germany, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Macedonia, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Sweden, Ukraine, United Kingdom and other countries. The cooperation includes participation in joint bilateral and multilateral research projects, teaching (exchange of lecturers and students, summer and winter schools) and publications. Members of the academic staff are involved in the activities of the ISA, ESA, UNESCO and other international organizations. SASS is getting increasingly popular as organizer of respectable international scientific events.

Current research projects

SASS is partner in the EU funded international comparative research project “Making Migration Work for Development” (MMWD, 2012-2014) together with 20 institutions from 10 European countries. The School is the organizer of the programme group on “Democracy and Development”. Both projects aim at preparing scenarios for future demographic, economic, political and cultural changes.

Short presentation of SASS - study programmes, research, international cooperation,... 

 

Invitation to the

6th Slovenian Social Sciences Conference on
 “The Challenges of Social Transformations”

organised by the Slovenian National Committee of the UNESCO Management of Social Transformations Programme (MOST) and the School of Advanced Social Studies,
co-organised by
Making Migrations Work for Development EU funded Project and ISA Junior Sociologists Network

that will take place in Piran, Slovenia, from 25th – 27th September 2014. 



 

 


 

 

ERASMUS exchange programme

Since its founding in 2006 the SASS is included in ERASMUS programme. Bilateral agreements for the academic year 2012/13 are signed with partner institutions:

School of Advanced Social Studies is open not only to students but also Staff mobility. For further information please contact brigita.habjan (at) fuds.si

Journals

  • Research and Discussion

    Editor: Matevž Tomšič, School of Advanced Social Studies, Nova Gorica
    School of Advanced Social Studies, Nova Gorica

    ISSN: 1855-4148
    R&R is international electronic scientific journal open to sociological, humanistic, economics, legal, administrative, management, political, communicative and other articles and debates with broad theoretical and disciplinary openness.

  • Research Social Change

    Editor: Emilian Kavalski, University of Western Sydney, Australia
    School of Advanced Social Studies, Nova Gorica

    ISSN: 1855-4202
    Its primary focus is to bridge the gap between theoretical approaches in social sciences and applicability of research. The RSC Journal introduces new themes in the field of social sciences, mostly those arising from existing world order.