Practical training and professional practice are considered to be a study requirement and are a necessary component of undergraduate study programs. Due to the practical orientation of the study program, the practical training will take the form of case studies or other professional and research or research, project work carried out in economic and non-economic organizations, in the private and public sectors. In the practice and for the practice.

Practical training is carried out in the form of project work, which ends with a project assignment in the first and second year (together, both project assignments bring 20 ECTS).

AREMA has concluded agreements on the practical training of students with economic as well as non-economic legal entities in Slovenia and at the request of the student abroad.

In the cases of employed students, students will have the opportunity and the right practical training or to do project work / task in the institution where they are employed.


Tutoring is a form of student assistance that should facilitate their studies. The tutoring process accompanies students from their enrollment until the end of their studies. It allows students to get to know the student environment, their co-students, and ultimately strengthens contacts between students and professors and other AREMA employees.

The quality of tutoring thus facilitates the study of students and thus helps to increase the degree of study, and significantly increases the quality of study for the recipients of tutoring assistance.

The following forms of tutoring are available:

  • Student tutoring and
  • Teacher tutoring.

Student tutoring means helping senior students to students from lower grades. The purpose of student tutoring is, among other things, to provide students with adequate support in their studies. Student tutors assist in learning the subject matter and other problems that may occur to the student during the course of the study, thereby jeopardizing his or her academic performance. Student tutoring is an important activity that enriches both tutor students and their group of students. It equips the tutor with new experiences and knowledge, and there are usually bonds of trust between the tutor and the students, which contribute to a more positive approach to study, greater student interaction and better learning outcomes. This form of tutoring covers not only direct learning assistance but also assistance with enrollment, administration and other operational problems.

The most common forms of assistance cover the following areas:

  • To acquaint the student with all sources of information and to encourage him / her to seek them out,
  • Individual student counseling and assistance in accordance with the tutoring program,
  • Warnings to the student in different ways of learning: what is more and less important, what should he pay attention to in particular subjects, which literature is most appropriate for a particular subject, etc.,
  • Providing assistance in mastering the more complex content of each subject,
  • Advising and helping to solve any problems that may arise in the student-teacher relationship,
  • Encouraging the student to engage in additional activities at AREMI to help develop his / her talents.

Teacher tutoring means the individual assistance of a teacher to his or her group of students in various topics such as:

  • selection of study subjects,
  • continuation of the study path,
  • career options,
  • and other questions that students may encounter during their studies.