Financial Information and Housing
Tuition and Enrolment Fees
Foreign citizens from non-EU countries must pay tuition fees for full-time undergraduate courses. As a rule, the tuition fee must be paid in full for the current year of study upon enrolment at the faculty. The amount of the tuition fee is set by the higher education institution and is the same as the tuition fee for part-time courses for citizens of the Republic of Slovenia.
The tuition fee does not include the mandatory health insurance. This must be settled before the start of study.
The following students do not have to pay any tuition fees for full-time undergraduate/graduate courses:
- Citizens of EU Member States;
- Foreign citizens residing in the Republic of Slovenia who (or their parents/guardians) are taxable persons in the Republic of Slovenia;
- Slovenians without Slovenian citizenship;
- Citizens of countries with which the Republic of Slovenia has concluded bilateral or multilateral agreements on cooperation in the field of education or reciprocity (Croatia, Montenegro, macedonia);
- Students of exchange programmes at higher education institutions who are enroled in the Lifelong Learning programme;
- Scholarship holders of the ministry competent for higher education or of an authorised provider of such scholarships (CMEPIUS);
Tuition Fees for Part-Time Undergraduate/Graduate Courses
All foreign citizens must pay a tuition fee. The tuition fees for part-time courses can be paid in several instalments.
The Faculty of Economics does not offer any scholarships. You can learn more about other scholarship opportunities at the Slovene Human Resources Development and Scholarship Fund’s website: www.sklad-kadri.si/en/scholarships.
We recommend you also check the following two websites of the University of Ljubljana: www.uni-lj.si/en/mobility_programmes/study_abroad_and_scholarships.aspx and www.uni-lj.si/mednarodne_izmenjave/program_erasmus_mundus.aspx.
Foreign students that are receiving scholarship from the Slovene Human Resources Development and Scholarship Fund can apply for a room in a student dormitory.
Other foreign students may choose from several secondary school dormitories. There is no special procedure for this, the best option is just to contact one of them. The full list of high school dormitories is located at srednjesolskivpisnik.si/dijaski-domovi/seznam-dijaskih-domov/ (the website is available only in Slovene).
The third option is private accommodation. Free assistance is offered by ŠOU Ljubljana. You can get more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.