University of Ljubljana alumni

Posted May 4, 2011
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  1. Melania Trump

    Melania Trump


    Melania Trump (née Knauss, born Melanija Knavs, April 26, 1970; Germanized to Melania Knauss) is a Slovene-American jewelry and watch designer and former model. She is married to American billionaire real estate developer and 2016 U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump. Born in Yugoslavia (now Slovenia), she became a permanent resident of the United States in 2001 and acquired citizenship in 2006.

  2. Katarina Kresal

    Katarina Kresal


    Katarina Kresal (born 28 January 1973) is a Slovenian politician. She was the Minister of the Interior in the government of Borut Pahor from 24 November 2008 till 19 August 2011.

  3. Nives Orešnik

    Nives Orešnik


    Nives Orešnik (born 1992) is a Slovenian model who was crowned Miss Slovenia in 2012. At the beginning of her tenure as Miss Slovenia, Orešnik received negative media attention for having appeared in glamour photos in men's magazines. She said that, after she was crowned, she began receiving many requests that she engage in humanitarian work. In June 2013, Orešnik met with the Miss Slovenia and Miss Earth Slovenia finalists in Lower Carniola. Also that month, Orešnik appeared at a Zumba fundraiser for an organization that opposes cruelty to animals.

  4. Slavoj Žižek

    Slavoj Žižek


    Slavoj Žižek (born 21 March 1949) is a Slovenian philosopher, cultural critic, and Marxist intellectual. He is a senior researcher at the Institute for Sociology and Philosophy at the University of Ljubljana, Global Distinguished Professor of German at New York University, and international director of the Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities. His work is located at the intersection of a range of disciplines, including continental philosophy, political theory, cultural studies, psychoanalysis, film criticism, and theology.

  5. Borut Pahor

    Borut Pahor


    Borut Pahor (born 2 November 1963) is a Slovenian politician who has been President of Slovenia since December 2012. He was Prime Minister of Slovenia from November 2008 to February 2012.

  6. Danilo Türk

    Danilo Türk


    Danilo Türk (born 19 February 1952) served as the President of Slovenia between December 2007 and December 2012. He was also the first Slovene ambassador to the United Nations from 1991 until 2000. He is an international lawyer and diplomat. As of 2014, he is a visiting professor of international law at Columbia University in New York City. He is a professor emeritus.

  7. Miha Baloh

    Miha Baloh


    Miha Baloh (born 21 May 1928 in Jesenice) is a Slovene actor. He started participating in local theatre productions after the Second World War and eventually enrolled in the AGRFT in Ljubljana, from where he graduated in 1952. In 1953 he began collaboration with the Permanent Slovene Theatre in Trieste. There he worked with the director Jože Babič who also offered him his first major film role. From 1967 he also worked on international productions on projects such as the Austrian TV comedy series Leni, German films on Winnetou and a French-German series on Omer Pasha. He continued to work in the theatre throughout his career.

  8. Mate Ujević

    Mate Ujević


    Mate Ujević (July 13, 1901 – January 6, 1967) was a Croatian poet and encyclopedist.

  9. Tina Zajc

    Tina Zajc


    Tina Zajc (born 1983 in Ljubljana) won the Slovenia national beauty contest, Miss Slovenia 2003, in 2003 and attended the Miss World 2003 competition. At the time, she was a 19-year-old geology student, studying earthquakes and volcanos. She also had a modelling and acting career, and had recorded a song. As the winner of Miss Slovenia 2003, she won a Peugeot 206 car, a ring, a set of Samsonite suitcases, and an all-expense trip to the Miss World competition held in China in December 2003. She liked crime novels, horror films and comedy, and spoke English and German, and Croat.

  10. Milan Komar

    Milan Komar


    Milan Komar, also known as Emilio Komar (4 June 1921 – 20 January 2006) was a Slovene Argentine Catholic philosopher and essayist.

  11. Gregor Virant

    Gregor Virant


    Gregor Virant (born 4 December 1969) is a Slovenian politician and public servant. Between 2004 and 2008, he served as Minister of Public Administration in Janez Janša's first government, between 2011–2013 he was Speaker of the National Assembly of Slovenia. He also served as Minister of the Interior and Public Administration in the government of Alenka Bratušek between 2013 and 2014.

  12. Tone Pavček

    Tone Pavček


    Tone Pavček (29 September 1928 – 21 October 2011) was one of the most influential Slovene poets, translators, and essayists from the first post-war generation. He published numerous collections of poetry, well received by readers and critics alike. He also translated a number of Russian works into Slovene.

  13. Adriana Maraž

    Adriana Maraž


    Adriana Jadranka Maraž (26 December 1931 – 8 May 2015) was a Slovene graphic artist. She was born in Ilirska Bistrica. From 1949 until 1957, she studied painting and graphic art with the professor Maksim Sedej at the Academy of Fine Arts (Akademija za likovno umetnost) (ALU) in Ljubljana. She had many solo exhibitions and has participated in the Graphic Art Biennales in Ljubljana. She won the Grand Prix at the second Norwegian International Print Biennale in Fredrikstad.

  14. Andreja Gomboc

    Andreja Gomboc


    Andreja Gomboc (born 1969) is a Slovenian astrophysicist.

  15. Bojan Adamic

    Bojan Adamic


    Bojan Adamič a.k.a. Master (Slovene: Mojster; 9 August 1912 – 3 November 1995), Slovene Partisans nom de guerre Gregor, was a well-known Slovene composer of jazz, the Slovenian song festival music, and particularly film scores. He was also an avid photographer, interested particularly in carnival figures from Ptuj.

  16. Filip Robar-Dorin

    Filip Robar-Dorin


    Filip Robar Dorin (born 8 September 1940 in Bor) is a Slovenian film director, screenwriter, and film editor.

  17. Egon Zakrajšek

    Egon Zakrajšek


    Egon Zakrajšek (July 7, 1941 – September 2002) was a Slovene mathematician and computer scientist.

  18. Renata Salecl

    Renata Salecl


    Renata Salecl (born 1962) is a Slovene philosopher, sociologist and legal theorist. She is a senior researcher at the Institute of Criminology, Faculty of Law at the University of Ljubljana, and holds a professorship at Birkbeck College, University of London. She has been a visiting professor at London School of Economics, lecturing on the topic of emotions and law. Every year she lectures at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law (New York), on Psychoanalysis and Law, and she has also been teaching courses on neuroscience and law. From 2012, furthermore, she is visiting professor at the Department of Social Science, Heath and Medicine at King's College London. Her books have been translated into thirteen languages.

  19. Tanja Fajon

    Tanja Fajon


    Tanja Fajon (English: Tanya Fayon; born May 9, 1971) is a Slovenian politician and a journalist, currently serving as Member of the European Parliament. She is currently a head of the Slovenian delegation within the political group of Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats, and a vice-president of the Social Democrats. She is also the author of several documentaries, including Rise of the extreme right in Europe, Human tragedies at the doorstep of Europe, and Constitution of European Union.

  20. Zvest Apollonio

    Zvest Apollonio


    Zvest Apollonio (Capodistria, 15 May 1935 - Bertoki, 25 March 2009) was a Slovenian painter and scenographer.

  21. Mladen Dolar

    Mladen Dolar


    Mladen Dolar (born 29 January 1951) is a Slovene philosopher, cultural theorist, film critic and expert in psychoanalysis.

  22. Anton Nanut

    Anton Nanut


    Anton Nanut, born September 13, 1932, is the best known Slovenian conductor of classical music. From 1981 to 1999 he served as the chief conductor of the RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra. He was a professor of conducting at the Ljubljana Academy of Music and the artistic leader of the Slovene Octet in its most productive years.

  23. Samuel Žbogar

    Samuel Žbogar


    Samuel Žbogar (born 5 March 1962) is a Slovenian diplomat and politician who is the EU Special Representative in Kosovo. He served as Minister of Foreign Affairs of Slovenia from 2008 to 2012.

  24. Lana Trotovšek

    Lana Trotovšek


    Lana Trotovšek (born 1983) is a London-based Slovenian violinist. She is regularly performing both as a soloist and chamber musician in U.S.A., U.K., China, Germany, France, Finland, Sweden, Spain, Portugal, Slovenia, Croatia, and Serbia. She plays on a violin, made by Pietro Antonio dalla Costa from Treviso in 1764, on a loan from a private benefactor.

  25. Jurij Hudolin

    Jurij Hudolin


    Jurij Hudolin (born 29 May 1973) is a Slovene poet, writer, columnist and translator. He has published a number of poetry collections and novels and is known for the rich language he uses and a rebellious rejectionist stance towards the world.

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