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Residence in the Republic of Slovenia and Ljubljana
Accommodation

Information regarding room or apartment rental: 

Student Counsel Institute, Free Room Rental Agency m2 (Zavod Študentska svetovalnica, Brezplačna posredovalnica sob m2) 

www.mkvadrat.si

Exchange students
There is an International cooperation service (Resor za mednarodno sodelovanje) operating within the scope of the University of Ljubljana Student Organisation, with a registered office at Pivovarniška ulica 6, 1000 Ljubljana, office hours: Tuesday 2pm-5pm, Wednesday 2pm - 5pm, Thursday 2pm - 5pm). International exchange students can receive general information about student life in Ljubljana and help with private accommodation search by email .

Residence in Dormitory for postgraduate students
Residence in Dormitory for postgraduate students is possible for young researchers (employed doctoral students with the status of a young researcher, funded by the Public Research Agency of the Republic of Slovenia – ARRS) and scholarship holders (doctoral students, who do not have the citizenship of the Republic of Slovenia and do not have the status of a young researcher, but receive a scholarship awarded in the Republic of Slovenia).

Student resident halls (Študentski domovi) for scholarship holders
Slovenians with no Slovenian citizenship receiving a scholarship by the Republic of Slovenia (Public Scholarship, Development, Disability and Maintenance Fund of the Republic of Slovenia) may apply for a room at the Student resident halls. The Regulations on fees and accommodation in students’ dormitories for Slovene nationals without Slovene citizenship and foreigners in the Republic of Slovenia provide that up to 250 places are to be offered in Student resident halls for the recipients of ministry scholarship. Available places for the residence of scholarship recipients are assigned by the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport in cooperation with scholarship providers. Recipients of ministry scholarships are charged a subsidised rent. The Ministry or scholarship provider pays the rent directly to the student dorm, i.e. from the scholarship amount granted. All rooms are double-bedded with a common bathroom and kitchen.

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