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Quick facts

  • Population - 2,066,880
  • Capital - Ljubljana
  • Language - Slovenian
  • GDP - $27,535 [per capita]
  • Currency - Euro

Why Slovenia?

If Slovenia is your study abroad destination, you will enjoy its perfect location, with part of its territory by the Alps and part by the sea. Slovenia, is a member of the Schengen Area, Eurozone and the European Union since 2004. This situation makes Slovenia an ideal destination for international students who would like to attain a higher education degree while discovering the rest of Europe. The highlight of Slovenia is that students are exempted from paying tuition fees at full-time study programs at public institutions, and enjoy affordable tuition fees at part-time studies and at private institutions.

If you’re going there, you’ll have no problem travelling by plane as long as you’re going to the main airport in Ljubljana (the capital), or coming in from close-by airports in the following cities: Graz, Vienna, Klagenfurt, Venice, Trieste, or Zagreb. More adventurous students, of course, are inclined to come in by train, so that they can jump from city-to-city, fitting as many locations as possible into a short, cheap trip.

Higher Education

In Slovenia, there are several types of higher education institutions, namely universities, faculties, art academies and independent higher education institutions. Today, there are four universities (University of Ljubljana, University of Maribor, University of Primorska and University of Nova Gorica), a public independent institution of higher education (Faculty of information studies Novo mesto), one International Association of universities (EMUNI-EURO Mediterranean University) and 44 private higher education institutions in Slovenia.

The traditional higher education study programs are offered by public or private universities and single higher education institutions. Higher education is governed by special regulations, taking into account the constitutionally guaranteed autonomy of public higher education institutions.


The economic, cultural and social environment of Slovenia make many students head off to study there. International business students experience emerging markets first-hand by witnessing its transformation from socialism to a player in Europe’s common market economy. Part of the European Union, Slovenia is wooing multinational companies and foreign investors. Students also are drawn to Slovenia to learn the language and experience the culture and flavor of the country. And the country offers a series of scholarships to support and encourage international students from across the globe!
Click here for scholarship details. http://www.collegescholarships.org/scholarships/country/slovenia.htm


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  • Completed procedure for the recognition of foreign secondary education certificates
  • Successful result on required tests, if applicable
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