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Living in the Republic of Slovenia
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It is our pleasure to warmly welcome you to the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia's oldest and finest university, with an international reputation for excellence in teaching and research.

Slovenia supports the integration of international students, researchers and employees. We have prepared a short guide to help you before your arrival to Slovenia and later to integrate into the Slovenian environment, study and work.

The processes you need to go through depending on your personal circumstances and expectations. Generally, your country of origin will determine the procedures to a great extent, but you will have to make some decisions. If you have a double citizenship of EU and non-EU country, we recommend  you choose the procedure for EU citizens. Information on how to become EU citizen, can be found here

The information here is for informative purposes. It has been gathered by the people working at universities and other research institutions to the best of their knowledge. Procedures and specific issues change quickly. We are doing our best to update them regularly, however, please be aware that there is a slight chance that some possible changes have not yet been included to this website

To make the best of your time with us, we prepared this guides that will help you make your stay at the University of Ljubljana a valuable study and/or work experience as well as an unforgettable time in your life.





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