In addition to educational activity, research activity is one of the key areas of activity of NU, Euro PFAs a scientific research institution, the faculty is established both in Slovenia and in the wider international research and education area.
NU, Evro PF is registered in the Survey of Research Organizations at the Public Agency for Research Activities of the Republic of Slovenia (ARRS) in the register of research organizations under number: 2629.
The faculty is registered to conduct research in the following sciences and fields, taking into account the ARRS classification:
|New University, European Faculty of Law|
|5.04.00||Social sciences||Administrative and organisational sciences|
|2.01.00||Engineering sciences and technologies||Civil engineering|
|3.08.00||Medical sciences||Public health (occupational safety)|
|7.02.00||Interdisciplinary research||Interdisciplinary research|
At ARRS, the faculty has two research groups registered, which operate in the form of two institutes:
- Institute for Real Estate Management(number: 2629-001).
The Institute of Real Estate Management at the European Law Faculty of the New University is the first trans-disciplinary institute in Slovenia established for real estate research. Its aim is to contribute to the development of the science of the interdisciplinary field of real estate, which has legal, economic, technical, social and organisational characteristics.
The research and development activities of the Institute of Real Estate Management are carried out in the form of programmes and projects, which are mainly oriented towards fundamental and applied research. In the future, the Institute will also plan industrial research.
Fundamental research is carried out mainly in the areas of: property relations within individual countries or the European Union, the development and impact of the real estate market in Slovenia and Europe, real estate issues relating to the spatial and environmental development of the country and the European Union, as well as to the well-being, development of society and the identity of the nation.
The applied research covers the following areas: the international law part of European real estate law, institutional aspects of European spatial and environmental law, the law of real estate rights, European financial and real estate law, the social psychology of real estate issues and the development of real estate management.
- Institute for Research in Law (number: 2629-002).
The Institute brings together researchers working at the European Law Faculty of the New University who are engaged in scientific research in the field of law. The fields of law here are not limited and cover all branches of law, legal sciences and disciplines. The Institute has a research group registered with the ARRS.
Researchers working at the Institute apply for or participate in various domestic basic and applied research projects. In addition, they lead or participate in foreign, mainly European (EU) research projects. Researchers publish their research findings in national and international scientific journals.