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Bachelor Program: Intertational Logistics Management

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  • 3 year study program, consisting of 180 ECTS credits

  • The study is completed with the last successfully passed exam

  • Level of acquired education: 7 (SQF) or 6/2 (EQF)

  • After successfully completing the study, the graduate obtains the title: Bachelor (BA) in International Logistics Management 

  • In addition to the NOA diploma, each graduate also receives the ELA certificate.

Briefly about the undergraduate higher education program

The International Logistics Management program is an excellent undergraduate professional program that offers an exceptional study experience in the growing field of logistics. It is designed to provide key skills in the international logistics environment.

Diversity of study formats: We offer an outstanding combined (traditional and distance) as well as online study, providing flexibility based on students' needs.

 

Tailored schedule for working students: Evening classes during the week allow working students to balance their studies with their commitments.

Comprehensive support and virtual content: Students receive support from tutors and have access to a wealth of virtual content that enhances the learning experience.

 

Emphasis on practical experience: The program includes focused lectures and the opportunity to apply acquired knowledge in the real world, enabling students to build successful careers in the dynamic logistics industry.

With the International Logistics Management program, doors open to a career in one of the fastest-growing industries, while providing students with everything they need to succeed on the path to professional excellence.

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študij logistike, vštl, visoka šola za transport in logistiko, študij transporta, study logistics, supply chain management
  • Basics of Logistics and Sustainable Mobility (6 ECTS)

  • Fundamentals of Economics (6 ECTS)

  • Mathematics for Logisticians (6 ECTS)

  • Business English 1 (6 ECTS)

  • Informatics (4 ECTS)

  • Professional Writing and Presentation Skills (4 ECTS)

  • Business Economics (5 ECTS)

1st year

1st semester

2nd semester

  • Basics of Sustainable Economic Logistics (5 ECTS)

  • Statistics (5 ECTS)

  • Business German 1 (5 ECTS)

  • Legal Frameworks for Operations in International Logistics (5 ECTS)

  • Features of Logistics in International Business (5 ECTS)

  • Management of Global Supply Chains (5 ECTS)

  • Accounting and Finance (5 ECTS)

  • Circular Economy and Logistics (4 ECTS)

  • Basics of Procurement Processes (4 ECTS)

  • Basics of Transport (6 ECTS)

  • Elective Course 1 (6 ECTS)

2nd year

3rd Semester

4th semester

  • Basics of Management and Organization (5 ECTS)

  • Supply Chain Management (5 ECTS)

  • Business Process Management - BPM (5 ECTS)

  • IT Support Management (5 ECTS)

  • Project Management (4 ECTS)

  • Elective Course 2 (6 ECTS)

  • Business Economics (5 ECTS)

  • Basics of Marketing (4 ECTS)

  • Digital Business in Logistics (5 ECTS)

  • Electronic Markets in Logistics (5 ECTS)

  • Managerial Accounting (5 ECTS)

  • Elective Course 3 (6 ECTS)

3rd year

5th Semester

6th semester

  • Case Studies in Logistics in Practice (9 ECTS)

  • Case Studies in Transportation in Practice (9 ECTS)

  • Study Practice (12 ECTS)

  • Business English 2 (6 ECTS)

  • Business German (6 ECTS)

  • Warehousing and Distribution (6 ECTS)

  • Marketing in the Digital Environment (6 ECTS)

  • International Business Communication (6 ECTS)

  • Transport Law (6 ECTS)

  • International Law in Logistics (6 ECTS)

  • Creativity and Innovation in Supply Chain Systems (6 ECTS)

  • Managing Employees in a Global Environment (6 ECTS)

  • Socially Responsible Business Practices (6 ECTS)

  • Sustainable Economy with Waste Management (6 ECTS)

  • Sustainable Transport and Inventory Management (6 ECTS)

Elective Courses

3rd, 4th and 5th semester     

Execution of elective courses

Elective courses are offered based on the expressed preferences of students.

Curriculum

Enrollment conditions and application deadlines 2024/25

Undergraduate Study Program: International Logistics Management

  • For enrollment in the 1st year, successful completion of one of the following is required:

    • General matura (national secondary school leaving examination) or

    • Vocational matura or

    • Final exams of any 4-year secondary school program or

    • International Baccalaureate (IB).

  • Direct enrollment into the 2nd year is possible (according to transition criteria):

    Graduates of higher vocational colleges (related and unrelated programs, accepted after 1994):

    • Graduates of related disciplines (graduates of logistics, transportation, economic, administrative, and professional programs). Besides regular study obligations, graduates of related disciplines must also pass 2 differential exams:

      • Basics of Logistics and Sustainable Mobility, and

      • Legal Frameworks for International Logistics.

    • Graduates of unrelated disciplines (graduates of other professional programs). Besides regular study obligations, graduates of unrelated disciplines must also pass 3 differential exams:

      • Basics of Logistics and Sustainable Mobility,

      • Legal Frameworks for International Logistics, and

      • Business Economics.

     

    Direct enrollment into the 2nd year is also possible for candidates who enroll based on recognized exams completed within other higher education study programs or first-cycle programs, if they have recognized exams from the 1st year in the following scope:

    • 40 ECTS for full-time study, or

    • 30 ECTS for part-time study.

    The conditions for enrollment are also fulfilled by those who have completed equivalent education abroad.

    In case of enrollment restrictions, candidates for enrollment based on transition criteria will be selected based on the average grade of previous studies and the number of available places.

    The application for recognition of previously obtained education is available here.

  • Direct entry to the third year is possible for candidates who meet the following criteria:

     

    1. Graduates of higher professional schools (related and unrelated programs, accepted after 1994),

    • Graduates of related disciplines (logistics, transportation, economics, administrative, and professional programs) must, in addition to regular study obligations, pass 2 differential exams:

      • Basics of Logistics and Sustainable Mobility

      • Legal Frameworks for International Logistics

    • Graduates of unrelated disciplines (graduates of other professional programs) must, in addition to regular study obligations, pass 3 differential exams:

      • Basics of Logistics and Sustainable Mobility

      • Legal Frameworks for International Logistics

      • Business Economics

    2. Direct entry to the third year is also possible for candidates applying based on recognized exams from other higher education programs or first-level programs, if they have recognized exams from:

    • 40 ECTS for the regular program's second year, or 52 ECTS for the regular program's first year, or

    • 30 ECTS for the second year and 45 ECTS for the first year for the part-time program.

    3. Candidates who have completed equivalent education abroad also fulfill the entry requirements.

    In case of limited enrollment, candidates will be selected based on the average grade of their previous studies and the number of available seats.

    The application for the recognition of previously acquired education is available here.

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1st Application Term

20th of February - 15th of July 2024

2nd Application Term

16th of July -31st of August 2024

3rd Application Term

1st of September - 30th of September 2024
študij logistike, vštl, visoka šola za transport in logistiko, študij transporta, study logistics, supply chain management

1st Application Deadline

20th of February - 15th of July 2024

2nd Application Deadline

16th of July - 31st of August 2024

3rd Application Deadline

1st of September - 30th of September 2024

Enrollment Process

  • We accept applications through the online the national portal eVŠ

  • Applications are accepted from February 20th through September 29th 2024

  • Instructions for submitting applications are available here

  • If you have any questions, feel free to email us at hello@mynoa.com

Application submission

Step 1

  • Upon receiving the application, we will verify whether the candidate meets the admission requirements

  • In the event that the candidate does not meet the admission requirements, we will request them to supplement their application

  • With the conclusion of the application deadline and the commencement of the enrollment period, we invite candidates who meet the admission requirements to proceed with the enrollment process

Application review

Step 2

The entire enrollment process is conducted digitally:

  • Begin by completing the enrollment form

  • A contract is then executed

  • Proceed to settle the enrollment fee

Enrollment

Step 3

You will gain access to the e-learning platform, where you will find:

  • A list of subjects for the respective academic year

  • An electronic timetable (lectures, exercises, exams)

  • Access to study materials

  • Access to other participants in each subject (professors, students), and many other features.

  • Additionally, you will be requested to complete a placement test for Business English before the start of the academic year

Before the start of the school year

Step 4

  • The academic year begins in the first days of October

  • Lectures and exercises run until the end of June

  • The semester is organized cyclically, with lectures and exercises of two or three subjects taking place simultaneously, followed by examinations

Study

Step 5

Recognition of education obtained abroad

1. Scan of completed education abroad

The authenticity of the copy of the educational document will be verified with the issuer of the original document or the competent authority of the country of origin by the higher education institution. If we cannot confirm the authenticity of the document, the candidate will be asked to provide the original documentation of education obtained abroad. Original documents on completed education abroad must be legalized in such cases, based on the Hague Convention of 1961 (at the court of local jurisdiction where the certificate was obtained), and the APOSTILLE stamp must be correctly filled.

Without legalization: Austria, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, France, Greece, Croatia, Hungary, Romania, North Macedonia, and Serbia.

Legalization in accordance with the Law on the Verification of Documents in International Traffic: all other countries. Under this law, the document is verified in accordance with the regulations of each foreign country, including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The stamp and signature of the authorized person of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the foreign country are then also verified by the diplomatic or consular representation of the Republic of Slovenia abroad, accredited for that country, or by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia.

2. Scan of a judicially certified translation of the educational document into Slovenian or English.

3. Scan of evidence of the content and duration of education (for example, grade transcripts for all years of high school) and translation of transcripts from the last two years of high school into Slovenian or English.

4. Brief chronological description of education.

5. Scan of an identity document:
   - Citizens of EU member states: personal ID card or passport
   - Citizens of non-EU member states: passport

Documents required for the process of recognition of education obtained abroad:

Overview by country

Argentina

01

1. Scan of the completed education abroad (e.g., Bachiller (en) educación secundaria orientada or Técnico (en) educación secundaria orientada). The authenticity of the copy of the education document will be verified by the issuer of the original document or the competent authority of the country of origin of the document by the higher education institution. If we cannot confirm the authenticity of the document, the candidate will be asked to provide us with the original documentation of education abroad. In such cases, the original documents of completed education abroad must be legalized based on the Hague Convention of 1961 (at the court of local jurisdiction where the certificate was obtained), and the APOSTILLE stamp must be correctly filled out. 2. Scan of a notarized translation of the education document into Slovenian or English. 3. Scan of evidence of the content and duration of education (e.g., class certificates for all years of high school) and translation of the certificates from the last two years of high school into Slovenian or English. 4. A brief chronological description of education. 5. Scan of a personal document: - Citizens of EU member states: ID card or passport - Citizens of non-EU states: passport

Australia

02

1. Scan of the completed education abroad (e.g., Graduation Certificate). The authenticity of the copy of the education document will be verified by the issuer of the original document or the competent authority of the country of origin of the document by the higher education institution. If we cannot confirm the authenticity of the document, the candidate will be asked to provide us with the original documentation of education abroad. In such cases, the original documents of completed education abroad must be legalized based on the Hague Convention of 1961 (at the court of local jurisdiction where the certificate was obtained), and the APOSTILLE stamp must be correctly filled out. 2. Scan of a notarized translation of the education document into Slovenian or English. 3. Scan of evidence of the content and duration of education (e.g., class certificates for all years of high school) and translation of the certificates from the last two years of high school into Slovenian or English. 4. A brief chronological description of education. 5. Scan of a personal document: - Citizens of EU member states: ID card or passport - Citizens of non-EU states: passport

United Kingdom

03

1. Scan of completed education abroad (e.g., General Certificate of Secondary Education together with 3 A-level (advanced level) exams in three different subjects or 2 A-level exams in two different subjects and 2 AS (advanced supplementary) exams in two different subjects - a total of 4 different subjects). The authenticity of the copy of the educational document will be verified with the issuer of the original document or the competent authority of the country of origin by the higher education institution. If the authenticity of the document cannot be confirmed, candidates will be asked to provide the original documentation of education abroad. Original documents of completed education abroad must be legalized in this case, based on the Hague Convention of 1961 (at the court of local jurisdiction where the certificate was obtained), and the APOSTILLE stamp must be correctly filled out. 2. Scan of a judicially certified translation of the educational document into Slovenian or English. 3. Scan of evidence of the content and duration of education (e.g., grade transcripts for all years of high school) and translation of the transcripts of the last two years of high school into Slovenian or English. 4. Brief chronological description of education. 5. Scan of a personal document: - Citizens of EU member states: ID card or passport - Citizens of non-EU countries: Passport

Bosnia and Herzegovina

04

1. Scan of completed education abroad (e.g., Svjedodžba o završenoj gimnaziji, Diploma o završenoj srednjoj školi (po modularnim nastavnim planovima i programima, za stručno obrazovanje i obuku), Diploma o položenom maturskom ispitu (u gimnaziji, u stručnoj tehničkoj školi, u umjetničkoj školi), Diploma o položenoj maturi, Diploma o oslobađanju polaganja mature, Svjedodžba o oslobađanju polaganja završnog ispita). The authenticity of the copy of the educational document will be verified with the issuer of the original document or the competent authority of the country of origin of the document by the higher education institution. If the higher education institution cannot confirm the authenticity of the document, candidates will be asked to send the original documents about completed education abroad. For Bosnia and Herzegovina, legalization is not required because it is fully exempted by a bilateral agreement. 2. Scan of a judicially certified translation of the educational document into Slovenian or English. 3. Scan of evidence regarding the content and duration of education (e.g., grade certificates for all years of high school) and translation of certificates from the last two years of high school into Slovenian or English. 4. Brief chronological description of education. 5. Scan of personal document: - Citizens of EU member states: personal ID card or passport - Citizens of non-EU member states: passport

Montenegro

05

1. Scan o zaključenem izobraževanju v tujini (npr. Bachiller (en) educación secundaria orientada ali Técnico (en) educación secundaria orientada). Verodostojnost kopije listine o izobraževanju bomo preverjali pri izdajatelju izvirne listine oz. pristojnemu organu države izvora listine s strani visokošolskega zavoda. V kolikor ne bomo mogli potrditi verodostojnosti listine, bomo kanidata pozvali naj nam posreduje originalno dokumentacijo o izobraževanju v tujini. Originalne listine o zaključenem izobraževanju v tujini morajo biti v takem primeru legalizirane, na podlagi Haške konvencije iz leta 1961, (na sodišču krajevne pristojnosti, kjer je bilo spričevalo pridobljeno), žig APOSTILLE mora biti pravilno izpolnjen. 2. Scan sodno overjenega prevoda listine o izobraževanju v slovenski ali angleški jezik. 3. Scan dokazil/a o vsebini in trajanju izobraževanja (na primer razredna spričevala za vsa leta srednje šole) in prevod spričeval zadnjih dveh letnikov srednje šole v slovenski ali angleški jezik. 4. Kratek kronološki opisa izobraževanja. 5. Scan osebnega dokumenta - državljani/-ke držav članic EU: osebna izkaznica ali potni list - državljani/-ke iz držav nečlanic EU: potni list

Croatia

06

1. Scan of completed education abroad (e.g., Svjedodžba o državnoj maturi ali Svjedodžba o završnome radu in Potvrda o položenim ispitima državne mature). The authenticity of the copy of the educational document will be verified by the issuer of the original document or the competent authority of the country of origin of the document, by the higher education institution. If we cannot confirm the authenticity of the document, the candidate will be asked to provide the original documentation of education abroad. In such a case, the original documents of completed education abroad must be legalized under the Hague Convention of 1961 (at the court of local jurisdiction where the certificate was obtained), and the APOSTILLE stamp must be correctly filled out. 2. Scan of a judicially certified translation of the educational document into Slovenian or English. 3. Scan of evidence of the content and duration of education (e.g., grade transcripts for all years of high school) and translation of the transcripts of the last two years of high school into Slovenian or English. 4. Brief chronological description of education. 5. Scan of a personal document: - Citizens of EU member states: ID card or passport - Citizens of non-EU countries: Passport

Italy

07

1. Scan of the completed education abroad (e.g., Diploma di superamento dell'esame di stato conclusivo del corso di studio di: liceo or Certificate for this year's generation). The authenticity of the copy of the education document will be verified by the issuer of the original document or the competent authority of the country of origin of the document by the higher education institution. If we cannot confirm the authenticity of the document, the candidate will be asked to provide us with the original documentation of education abroad. In such cases, the original documents of completed education abroad must be legalized based on the Hague Convention of 1961 (at the court of local jurisdiction where the certificate was obtained), and the APOSTILLE stamp must be correctly filled out. 2. Scan of a notarized translation of the education document into Slovenian or English. 3. Scan of evidence of the content and duration of education (e.g., class certificates for all years of high school) and translation of the certificates from the last two years of high school into Slovenian or English. 4. A brief chronological description of education. 5. Scan of a personal document: - Citizens of EU member states: ID card or passport - Citizens of non-EU states: passport

Canada

08

1. Scan of completed education abroad (e.g., Secondary School Diploma or Diplôme d’Études Secondaires). If the higher education institution cannot confirm the authenticity of the document, candidates will be asked to send the original documents of completed education abroad that they wish to be recognized for consideration in the application and admission process. The original documents must be legalized according to the regulations and requirements of the country of origin. Legalization should be done based on the Law on the Authentication of Documents in International Traffic. According to this law, the document is authenticated in accordance with the regulations of the respective foreign country, including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The stamp and signature of the authorized person from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the foreign country are then further authenticated by the diplomatic or consular representation of the Republic of Slovenia abroad, which is accredited for that country, or by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia. 2. Scan of a judicially certified translation of the educational document into Slovenian or English. 3. Scan of evidence of the content and duration of education (e.g., grade transcripts for all years of high school) and translation of the transcripts of the last two years of high school into Slovenian or English. 4. Brief chronological description of education. 5. Scan of a personal document: - Citizens of EU member states: ID card or passport - Citizens of non-EU countries: Passport

Kazakhstan

09

1. Scan of the completed education abroad (e.g., Жалпы Oрта білім туралы аттестат / Аттестат об общем среднем образовании). The authenticity of the copy of the education document will be verified by the issuer of the original document or the competent authority of the country of origin of the document by the higher education institution. If we cannot confirm the authenticity of the document, the candidate will be asked to provide us with the original documentation of education abroad. In such cases, the original documents of completed education abroad must be legalized based on the Hague Convention of 1961 (at the court of local jurisdiction where the certificate was obtained), and the APOSTILLE stamp must be correctly filled out. 2. Scan of the certificate of passed entrance exams (Edinoe Nacional'noe Testirovanie). 3. Scan of a notarized translation of the education document into Slovenian or English. 4. Scan of evidence of the content and duration of education (e.g., class certificates for all years of high school) and translation of the certificates from the last two years of high school into Slovenian or English. 5. A brief chronological description of education. 6. Scan of a personal document: - Citizens of EU member states: ID card or passport - Citizens of non-EU states: passport

China

10

1. Scan of completed education abroad (e.g., High School Graduation Certificate). The authenticity of the copy of the educational document will be verified with the issuer of the original document or the competent authority of the country of origin of the document by the higher education institution. If the higher education institution cannot confirm the authenticity of the document, candidates will be asked to send the original documents about completed education abroad, legalized according to regulations and depending on the country of origin. The original education documents from the provinces of Macao and Hong Kong must be legalized based on the Hague Convention of 1961 (at the court of local jurisdiction where the certificate was obtained), and the APOSTILLE stamp must be correctly filled out. For original education documents from other provinces, legalization is required according to the Law on the Authentication of Documents in International Legal Traffic. Under this law, the document is authenticated in accordance with the regulations of the respective foreign country, including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The stamp and signature of the authorized person of the foreign country's Ministry of Foreign Affairs are then further authenticated by the diplomatic or consular representation of the Republic of Slovenia abroad, accredited for that country, or by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia. 2. Scan of the certificate of passed central knowledge examination (高考 gaokao). 3. Scan of a judicially certified translation of the educational document into Slovenian or English. 4. Scan of evidence regarding the content and duration of education (e.g., grade certificates for all years of high school) and translation of certificates from the last two years of high school into Slovenian or English. 5. Brief chronological description of education. 6. Scan of personal document: - Citizens of EU member states: personal ID card or passport - Citizens of non-EU member states: passport

Russian Federation

11

1. Scan of completed education abroad (e.g., Attestat o Srednem Polnom Obshchem Obrazovanii). The authenticity of the copy of the educational document will be verified with the issuer of the original document or the competent authority of the country of origin by the higher education institution. If we are unable to confirm the authenticity of the document, the candidate will be asked to provide the original documentation of education obtained abroad. Original documents of completed education abroad must be legalized based on the Hague Convention of 1961 (at the court of local jurisdiction where the certificate was obtained), and the APOSTILLE stamp must be correctly filled. 2. Scan of judicially authenticated translation of the educational document into Slovenian or English. 3. Scan of evidence of the content and duration of education (e.g., grade reports for all years of high school) and translation of grade reports from the last two years of high school into Slovenian or English. 4. Brief chronological description of education. 5. Scan of personal document: - Citizens of EU member states: ID card or passport. - Citizens of non-EU member states: Passport.

North Macedonia

12

1. Scan of completed education abroad (e.g., Diploma za položena državna matura). The authenticity of the copy of the educational document will be verified with the issuer of the original document or the competent authority of the country of origin by the higher education institution. If the higher education institution cannot confirm the authenticity of the document, candidates will be asked to send the original documents of completed education abroad. For North Macedonia, legalization is not required due to a bilateral agreement. 2. Scan of a judicially authenticated translation of the educational document into Slovenian or English. 3. Scan of evidence of the content and duration of education (e.g., grade reports for all years of high school) and translation of grade reports from the last two years of high school into Slovenian or English. 4. Brief chronological description of education. 5. Scan of personal document: - Citizens of EU member states: ID card or passport. - Citizens of non-EU member states: Passport.

Serbia

13

1. Scan of completed education abroad (e.g., Diploma o stečenom srednjem obrazovanju or Diploma o položenom maturskom ispitu). The authenticity of the copy of the educational document will be verified by the issuer of the original document or the competent authority of the country of origin from the higher education institution. If the higher education institution cannot confirm the authenticity of the document, candidates will be asked to send the original documents of completed education abroad. For Serbia, legalization is not required, as it is waived in its entirety by a bilateral agreement. 2. Scan of a judicially certified translation of the educational document into Slovenian or English. 3. Scan of proof of the content and duration of education (e.g., grade certificates for all years of high school) and translation of certificates from the last two years of high school into Slovenian or English. 4. Brief chronological description of the education. 5. Scan of the personal document: - Citizens of EU member states: national identity card or passport - Citizens from non-EU member states: passport

Spain

14

1. Scan of completed education abroad (e.g., Titulo de Bachiller). The authenticity of the copy of the education document will be verified with the issuer of the original document or the competent authority of the country of origin by the higher education institution. If we are unable to confirm the authenticity of the document, the candidate will be asked to provide the original documentation of education obtained abroad. Original documents of completed education abroad must be legalized in accordance with the Hague Convention of 1961 (at the court of local jurisdiction where the certificate was obtained), and the APOSTILLE stamp must be correctly filled out. 2. Scan of the certificate of successfully completed entrance exams Evaluación de Bachillerato para el Acceso a la Universidad (EBAU) / Evaluación para el Acceso a la Universidad (EVAU). 3. Scan of the judicially certified translation of the education document into Slovenian or English. 4. Scan of evidence regarding the content and duration of education (e.g., grade reports for all years of high school) and translation of grade reports from the last two years of high school into Slovenian or English. 5. Brief chronological description of education. 6. Scan of the personal document: - Citizens of EU member states: ID card or passport - Citizens from non-EU countries: passport

United States of America

15

1. Scan of the completed education abroad (e.g., High School Diploma). The authenticity of the copy of the education document will be verified by the issuer of the original document or the competent authority of the country of origin of the document by the higher education institution. If we cannot confirm the authenticity of the document, the candidate will be asked to provide us with the original documentation of education abroad. In such cases, the original documents of completed education abroad must be legalized based on the Hague Convention of 1961 (at the court of local jurisdiction where the certificate was obtained), and the APOSTILLE stamp must be correctly filled out. 2. Scan of a notarized translation of the education document into Slovenian or English. 3. Scan of evidence of the content and duration of education (e.g., class certificates for all years of high school) and translation of the certificates from the last two years of high school into Slovenian or English. 4. A brief chronological description of education. 5. Scan of a personal document: - Citizens of EU member states: ID card or passport - Citizens of non-EU states: passport

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