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Persons with international protection

Immigrants seeking or already having international protection in the Republic of Slovenia are welcome to join degree programmes at the University of Ljubljana. Please find more about degree programmes and other additional useful information:

  1. Bachelor and Single-cycle degree programme: information about bachelor and single-cycle master degree programmes, and other detail
  2. Master degree programmes: information about master degree programmes, fees and other details
  3. Doctoral degree programmes:  information about doctoral degree programmes, fees and other details
  4. Programmes and subjects in English
  5. Application for enrolment
  6. Legal Clinic for Refugees and Foreigners: Ljubljana Legal Clinic for Refugees and Foreigners was established in 2000 at the Faculty of Law of the University of Ljubljana with the main goal of offering the students an opportunity to experience (unpaid) practical work in the field of law and to offer legal assistance to refugees and foreigners in Slovenia. For more information please contact: .
  7. Fee: According to Slovene regulations, persons with international protection don't pay tuition fee, if enrolled into programmes, that are tuition free for Slovene and EU citizens. 
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