School of Wellness

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School of Wellness

Wellness means a comprehensive and healthy lifestyle that is reflected in people’s general well-being. Today, wellness is one of the fastest growing industries, as concern for one’s health and quality of life is becoming increasingly more prominent.

Unique advantages of the programme

Fields of study

The Wellness programme offers know-how for the planning, organisation, management, and promotion of wellness services.

Practical learning

The programme is practice-oriented and you will be able to immediately apply the gained knowledge to practice. The practical part of the study programme takes place in renowned beauty salons, wellness centres, and spas across Slovenia.

Different opportunities after graduation

Graduates of the Wellness programme can find employment in all sectors of tourism and health services. You can be active in spas, wellness, cosmetics and sports centres, in event planning and promotion of a healthy lifestyle.

Two years to get your diploma

The study programme lasts two years and encompasses 19 courses. You are not alone in your studies. You can always count on programme managers, personal tutors, lecturers, instructors, and mentors.
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Ana Marija Paulič,

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I decided to study Wellness due to the interesting curriculum and my own interest in a healthy lifestyle. I especially liked the practice-oriented lectures at DOBA.

Ana Marija Paulič,

Graduate
I decided to study Wellness due to the interesting curriculum and my own interest in a healthy lifestyle. I especially liked the practice-oriented lectures at DOBA.

Courses

1st year
2nd year
Compulsory Courses
5
Business foreign language 1 (German or Italian)
5
Business communication
5
Information and communication support for wellness services
5
Business foreign language 2 (German or Italian)
5
Business economics
5
Organisation and management techniques
5
Marketing
6
Wellness
6
Counselling and sales in wellness services
13
Practical training I
Compulsory Courses
5
Nutrition and health
5
Physical activity and health
5
Wellness in personality potential
5
Personal growth and relaxation
5
Legal regulations
4
Sports wellness programmes
4
Wellness nutrition
4
Medical wellness
13
Practical training II
5
Optional elective subject
5
Diploma thesis

Minimum number of students for program implementation: 15 enrolled students.

Enrolment requirements
Tuition Fee and Payment Options
How and when to Apply

Enrolment requirements

Completed Secondary / High-School Education and Certificate confirming the knowledge of English

Mandatory attachments

Immediately after submitting, the candidates shall send the following to the school’s address at DOBA Business School, Prešernova ulica 1, Maribor, Slovenia:

  • Copy of legalised (apostille stamp) of standard (XII) higher secondary school leaving certificate
  • Copy of the official* academic transcripts/mark-sheets (e.g. Class X and Class XII examinations)  

* An official transcript is a complete academic record of all individual courses and grades achieved at an educational institution. It must be signed by a presiding official and bear the seal or certified stamp of the issuing institution. The signature, seal and/or stamp should appear on all pages of the document.

  • Receipt certifying the payment of the admission fee
  • Certificate confirming the knowledge of English (e.g. TOEFL: min score of 79 (IBT), IELTS: min score of 6 for English, Cambridge/Oxford: min B2 level)
  • Copy of candidate’s passport (pages containing personal data and permanent address)
  • Colour passport photo

If your original documents are not in English, you must provide officially certified translations.

*Legalisation of the documents:

For countries which are Hague Convention signatories - According to the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961 Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents (Hague Apostille Convention) the documents must be verified with APOSTILLE stamp.

For countries which are not Hague Convention signatories - Foreign certificates have to be verified in accordance with internal regulations of a specific foreign country, including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The stamp and signature of the authorised person from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of your country have to be verified by the diplomatic consular mission or consular post of the Republic of Slovenia, which is accredited for this country, or by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia.

You do not need to legalise (documents must be verified by notary) your diploma if you have finished your previous education in the following countries (due to bilateral agreements between countries): Bulgaria, Iraq, Algeria, Russia, Poland, Austria, France, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Italy, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Croatia

**English Language Requirements

Candidates must present a language certificate of their English language skills. The minimum required scores are: TOEFL score of 79 (IBT), IELTS score of 6 for English, Cambridge/Oxford: B2.

If DOBA Business School concludes based on reasonable grounds that the applicant has falsified any document/information presented to the School as part of his or her application, without limiting any other rights of DOBA Business School available by law, DOBA Business School reserves the right to revoke the application and, subject to the applicable law and DOBA Business School Policy, to terminate a student’s registration and no fees paid are refunded. 

Tuition for the programme for the 2018/19 academic year:

  • EUR 3,200 per academic year
  • EUR 4,600 per academic year for non EU students
  • Reduced tuition for non EU students EUR 3,200 in 2018

The fee is inclusive of VAT. In the case of drop-out, the tuition fee is not refundable.

Your payment includes:

  • costs of education
  • all information support
  • access to the Blackboard online learning environment
  • online material that has been prepared by DOBA Business School for the courses
  • registration for the final exam (up to three times)
  • counselling before, during and after the course
  • tutor support 7 days a week

Your payment does not include:

  • Application fee EUR 300
  • diploma EUR 449

*All transaction charges have to be covered by the student.

Payment Options

Payments in cash should be transferred to:

Supplier Name

DOBA Business School

Address

PRESERNOVA ULICA 1
2000 MARIBOR
SLOVENIA, EU

Bank Name and Address

ABANKA VIPA D.D.
SLOVENSKA CESTA 58
1517 LJUBLJANA
SLOVENIA, EU

Account Name

DOBA FAKULTETA

Account Number

SI56 0510 0801 1838 648

Payment Currency

EUR

Bank SWIFT Code

ABANSI2X

All transaction charges have to be covered by the student.

If DOBA Business School concludes based on reasonable grounds that the applicant has falsified any document/information presented to the School as part of his or her application, without limiting any other rights of DOBA Business School available by law, DOBA Business School reserves the right to revoke the application and, subject to the applicable law and DOBA Business School Policy, to terminate a student’s registration and no fees paid are refunded.

 

Application deadlines

EU students: January 17 and August 15
Non-EU students: November 1 and May 31

Application for can be made online.

 

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