All open application deadlines for the study year 2020/2021 have been extended to 9 of June 2020.
The documentation should be sent to the e-mail address due to special conditions regarding the prevention of spreading of the COVID-19 disease. It should be sent in a form of scan/photography, no legalization or other authorisation is required. The authenticity of the documents shall be verified at the institution that issued the documents.
Foreign citizens are required to enclose also the scan/photography of a personal identification document and send it to the same e-mail address with other evidence:
- Citizens of the EU member states either a copy of their passport (the passport page with applicants personal data) or personal identity card;
- Citzens of NON EU states the copy of passport.
Info point – closed for personal visits
For health protection reasons and prevention of spreading the corona virus, the INFO POINT (Kongresni trg 12) is closed for personal visits from 10 March 2020 until further notice.
All applicants for enrolment are requested to send their application and documentation by post. The nearest post office is POŠTA SLOVENIJE, Čopova ulica 11, Ljubljana.
The information and counselling is still available by phone or e-mail contacts:
INFO POINT (week days 9.00 - 11.00. and 12.00 - 15.00)
Telephone Nos: +386 1 2418 585, +386 1 2418 586
Application and admission procedure for enrolment into the first year of studies for Slovenian citizens with high school education abroad and foreign citizens of the European Union member states 2020 - important dates
Application and admission procedure for enrolment into the first year of studies for foreign citizens of non European Union member states and Slovenians without Slovenian citizenship 2020 - important dates
Number of avilable slots for enrolment into bachelor and single-cycle master degree programmes for foreign citizens of non EU member states and Slovenians without Slovenian citizenship (academic year 2020/2021)
Dear prospective student,
Every new academic year offers new opportunities for academic and personal growth, and we are looking forward to encouraging you along this exciting journey of learning and discovery. We are happy to welcome you to this information package of our degree programmes and hope you find something of your interest.
Bachelor degree programmes at our university range accross all fields of art, humanities, natural sciences and technology. They are internationally renown, comparable and professionaly attractive, which provides for good and varied international mobility of students and staff. Programmes are interdisciplinary or offer combination between disciplines and professional fields, so many more options are open for individual choices of study.
Students are at the heart of our community and the motivation of our faculty and staff. With a student body of more than 40,000, we are encouraged to learn from each other and from the variety of possibilities, offered by study, social, cultural, recreational, sports and extracurricular activities in our diverse academic community. Our commitment to academic excellence and diversity of activities is confirmed by the international university rankings and many other national and international recognitions of study and research achievements of our academic and research community.
We are inviting you to start your academic path with us, boost you personal and professional career options and become a valuable member of our proud and creative academic community.
Enrika Črnivec, Head of the University Office for Higher Education Application and Information Service
Polonca Miklavc Valenčič, Head of the University Office for Bachelor and Master Degree Programmes
- Bachelor academic degree programmes - 180 or 240 ECTS credit points and of 3 or 4 years duration
- Bachelor professional degree programmes - 180 ECTS credit points and of 3 years duration
- Single-cycle master degree programmes - 300 or 360 ECTS credit points and of 5 or 6 years duration
University Members (faculties and academies) offer 155 bachelor and single-cycle master degree programmes in the academic year 2020/2021. Calls for enrolment are published every year in February. Programmes cover contents from all academic fields, i.e. humanities, social sciences, arts, engineering and natural sciences. Furthermore, members provide single-cycle master degree programmes for EU regulated professions, such as medicine, dental medicine, veterinary medicine, pharmacy and architecture. Bachelor degree programmes last 3 or 4 years, while the single–cycle master degree programmes last 5 or 6 years.
The listed fees for individual degree programmes are valid for the 2019/2020 academic year. Administrative costs and compulsory health insurance are not included in the fees. These needs to be taken care of before the start of the studies.
Fee is paid by:
- students of non-EU countries, excluding persons granted international protection, applicants for international protection and persons from countries with which the Republic of Slovenia has concluded bilateral agreement (Slovenia has concluded bilateral agreements with Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro and Kosovo);
- all students with already acquired equivalent degree of education;
- all part-time students.
SLO – degree programme is provided in Slovenian
ENG – degree programme is provided in English
cENG – degree programme will be provided in English if the required number of students enrol in the programme (as determined in the Call for enrolment)
SLO required - the candidates have to provide evidence of Slovenian language skills proficiency at level B2 of Common European Framework of References for Languages (CEFR)
Combined - degree programme which are provided in pairs of two (e.g. Geography and History)
Transfer - available places only for transfer
AP – academic degree programme
PP- professional degree programme
SCM – single-cycle master degree programme
The candidates have to provide evidence of Slovenian language skills proficiency at level B2 of Common European Framework of References for Languages (CEFR), if they wish to enrol at the University of Ljubljana:
- Academy for Theatre, Radio, Film and Television;
- Faculty of Public Administration - degree programme Administration;
- Faculty of Arts - degree programmes Comparative literature and literary theory, Psychology and Slovene studies;
- Faculty of Health Sciences;
- Faculty of Law;
- Faculty of Mathematics and Physics– degree programme Mathematics education;
- Faculty of Medicine;
- Faculty of Pharmacy;
- Faculty of Social Sciences – degree programme Journalism.
University of Ljubljana Academy of Fine Arts and Design2.
University of Ljubljana Academy of Music3.
University of Ljubljana Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television4.
University of Ljubljana Biotechnical Faculty5.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Public Administration 6.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Architecture7.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Arts8.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology9.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering10.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Computer and Information Science11.
University of Ljubljana School of Economics and Business12.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Education13.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Electrical Engineering14.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Health Sciences15.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Law16.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transport17.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Mathematics and Physics18.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Mechanical Engineering19.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Medicine20.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering21.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Pharmacy22.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Social Sciences23.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Social Work24.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Sport25.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Theology26.
University of Ljubljana Veterinary Faculty27.
Interdisciplinary bachelor degree programmes