Students from different countries talk about their life and studies in Slovenia. They tell about the reasons, for which they chose this country and what has changed in their life after moving to Slovenia. You can find out about these facts and many others in our articles. Last week we published an interview with Elizaveta Popova, a student of the University in Nova Gorica. Today Anja Janko explains her choice of the Criminal Justice and Data Security study programme.
Photo: © Anja Janko
Name: Anja Janko
Hometown, country: Novo Mesto, Slovenia
University: University of Maribor
Study programme: Criminal Justice and Data Security (Diploma in Information Technology)
– Hello, Anja. Why have you chosen this study programme?
– I have always been interested in professions related to data protection. Here I have found what I like.
– What did you like about the study process?
– I actually liked several issues:
– Why did you stay to study in Slovenia?
– This is my native country and it is easier for me to study in Slovenian language. I like the fact that I feel comfortable and safe here. I love my family and I wanted to stay closer to it.
– In your opinion, what attracts foreign students in studying in Slovenia?
– I want to highlight a few points here as well:
– What advice would you give to future students?
– If you chose Slovenia to enter a university, I would say that you made a good decision. It is quiet here, and universities in our country teach at an excellent level.
Do not forget to use the student discount system and training materials.
– What do you do after graduation?
– Recently, I have received my diploma. Now I need to find a job. However, to begin with, I am planning to take a small “pause”. I want to rest for a few months and devote this time to traveling.
I love my profession and I plan to work in this field. In addition, I love languages, especially English and Russian. So, in the future, I would like to become a Slovene-Russian translator.
The next interview in the “Slovenia Unites” section will be published on 2 February.