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Application for enrolment and recognition of foreign education
Documents for recognition of foreign secondary education

 

No.

Document

 

 

Is this document compulsory to enclose

(yes/no)

Is it possible to enclose the document in electronic form

(yes/no)

Application which requires enclosure

(All, First enrolment to the year 1, Parallel enrolment, Enrolment in year of study other than 1, Enrolment to places for HE graduates)

Is the enclosure evidence for the application for recognition of foreign education? (yes/no/both)

1

Original of the final certificate(s), representing general requirement for access to higher education in the country of issue, legalised on the basis of:

  • the 1961 Hague Convention (at the court with territorial jurisdiction where the certificate or diploma has been issued); with properly filled in apostille form affixed or
  • the Authentication of Documents in International Traffic Act.
  • States Parties to the 1961 Hague Convention can be found on webpage

 

Countries for which no legalization is required:
Austria, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus (for doduments issued by public higher education institutions and universities), Czech Republic, France, Greece, Croatia, Hungary, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia

 

Yes

No

All

Both

2

Photocopy of the original certificate(s) referred to in No 1
 

 

Yes

No

All

Both

3

Certified Slovene translation of the certificate(s) referred to in No 1, (please check at the relevant university or higher education institution if this document is required)

List of authorised translators

 

No

No

All

Both

4

Annual report cards, transcripts, a diploma supplement or some other evidence on the contents and duration of education - copies of the transcripts of the last two years must be certified

 

Yes

No

All

Yes

5

Certified Slovene translation of the certificate(s) referred to in No 4, (please check at the relevant university or higher education institution if this document is required)

List of authorised translators

 

No

No

All

Both

6

Short chronological description of the entire education (statement  by the applicant)

 

Yes

No

All

Both