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Fees

 

Who does not pay fee (bachelor and master study)?

  • Slovenians and students from EU countries, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway
  • Students from countries with which the RS has concluded bilateral agreement (Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo and Serbia)
  • Students with permanent residence in the RS who themselves or their parents/guardians are taxpayers of the RS and persons granted international protection, applicants for international protection
  • Scholarship holders of the RS (CMEPIUS, Public Scholarship, Development, Disabilty and Maintenance Fund RS)
  • Exchange students (included also PhD students)

 

Fee is paid by:

  • Citizens of non-EU countries, excluding persons with international protection, applicants for international protection and persons from countries with which the RS has concluded bilateral agreement
  • All students with already acquired equivalent degree of education
  • All part-time students
  • All PhD students (co-financing scheme)

Co-funding for doctoral studies: If you are a PhD student, you can apply for subsidisation of your tuition fee. The subsidy amount depends on the number of enrolled students meeting the requirements for co-funding. You can contact the individual University of Ljubljana member (academy or faculty) at which you will be enrolled for more information.


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Administrative costs and compulsory health insurance are not included in the fee. These needs to be taken care of before the start of the studies.

 

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