Aljaž Suhadolnik is a graduate student of Management on School of Economics and Business (Faculty of Economics), at the University of Ljubljana. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Business and Economics with specialization in Entrepereneurship. In order to gain additional knowledge, he did course work in Logistics, Finance, Strategy and Business Communication.
Aljaž possesses extensive international experiences from multiple academic systems around the world. During his undergraduate studies he spent three semesters abroad as an exchange student. He was enrolled in Hochschule Worms, Germany as a student of Management. At Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China, he was enrolled in the Faculty of Business, Logistics and Maritime Studies. At Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy, he attended Facoltà di Economia, department of Mangement. Furthermore, as a prominent student he received scholarship from Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) to attend Universität Bremen, Germany, where he improved his knowledge of German language.
He is currently an exchange student on Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea in Graduate School of Business, Global MBA program. Recently he was chosen to represent his University and Faculty for one semester at the University of Wollongong, Sydney Business School, Australia. In case he isn’t finished with his studies, he will attend his last confirmed international semester at Tongji University, School of Economics and Management, Shanghai, China.
Aljaž has multiple experiences working in related business operations. He has two years of work experience as CEO of a small family owned company.
As an authentic and proud Slovene, Aljaž loves to mountaineer and ski in the Slovenian Alps whenever he is at home. He adores Slovenian cuisine and truly believes that it is the best in the world. Aljaž is a green energy enthusiast with some practical experiences of the topic related to mechanical engineering. Whenever he finds additional free time, he tries to deepen his knowledge of European, Slovenian and his ancestor’s history, which is his second passion besides business and economics.
Aljaž will spend the ASEF summer, writing his master thesis with Prof. dr. Matevž Raškovič at the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.