Study in Slovenia

Study in Slovenia
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Why Slovenia?

Slovenia struggles to implement measures supporting equal opportunities, academic success, student mobility, higher education and vocational education and training, language learning and distance education in different ways The embracing of the Bologna system also supports the academic and professional recognition of qualifications, and the overall development of modern education methods and internationally relevant undergraduate and postgraduate studies. If you plan on studying in Slovenia, you will experience its perfect surroundings, with part of its territory by the Alps and part by the sea. Slovenia, member of the European Union since 2004, is also a member of the Schengen Area and the Eurozone. This situation provides Slovenia an ideal destination for international students who would like to attain a higher education degree while discovering the rest of Europe. In addition, students are exempted from paying tuition fees at full-time study programs at public institutions, and enjoy affordable tuition fees at part-time studies and at private institutions.
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Facts About Slovenia

Capital: Ljubljana
Language: Slovenian
Population: 2.08 million
Area Size: 20,271 km2
Academic year: October to September
Calling code: +386
Time zone: (GMT+2)
Currency: Euro
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Study in Slovenia?

If you are a citizen of any country in the European Union (EU) or the European Economic Area (EEA), you can school at Slovenian public universities for free. This also entails to students from the following countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo, North Macedonia (formerly known as Macedonia), and Serbia.
If you're not a citizen of any of these countries, you will be made to pay between 2,000 and 15,000 EUR per academic year, depending on what you want to study and at what level (Bachelor's, Master's, or PhD).
In most situations, you should be good with the English. Most people the age of under 40 speak it at least at conversational level, especially in student cities like Ljubljana, Maribor, and Koper. However, it's a good idea to learn at least a few words in Slovenian.
If you're a nature enthusiast, you'll feel perfectly at home in Slovenia. You can visit the numerous parks and forests, visit Lake Bled, seeing the Postojna Cave, having a stroll along the historic Soteska Vintgar gorge, climp up the Triglav mountain, or visit the oldest vine in the entire world, in Maribor
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International citizens and Slovenians without Slovenian citizenship who completed secondary school abroad may enrol in Bachelor studies if they meet the following conditions: