Mon-Fri 9am-6pm Sat 9am-3pm, Sun closed (Ljubljana time)
Rm 302, 3/F,
Zhihuigu Innovation Square,
No. 542 Min Zhi Avenue,
Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
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How to get a European education
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Education in Slovenia
Slovenia's education system has undergone some structural changes in recent years. The implementation of the new course and the price of loyalty course has significantly improved the teaching effect and the number of people who want to study in Slovenia. Each year more than 2,000 foreign students study at The University of Slovenia. For foreigners, an international education in Slovenia is a good chance to work in Europe and gain EU citizenship.
Slovenia aims to ensure equal opportunities for students. The adoption of the Bologna system not only promotes the recognition of academic and professional qualifications within the European Union, but also accelerates the overall development of modern education and of international importance.
Slovenia's educational advantages for foreigners
Apply to three different universities at the same time
Slovenian diploma is recognized worldwide
A wide selection of educational courses
Visa-free travel from EU countries
There is no entrance examination for college admission
Education is cheap - up to 3,000 euros a year
Scholarships are offered to students who excel academically
Taught in Slovene and English
Have the right to work and study
Opportunities to participate in international exchange programs
Educational grants for masters and postgraduates
Travel and room and board are discounted by up to 50 per cent
Graduate Employment Assistance
To obtain a residence permit in Slovenia
Gain Slovenian citizenship faster
Educational institutions in Slovenia
Pre-school education in Slovenia consists of pre-school classes in public and private schools for children over 11 months of age. You can take your child to school throughout the school year. For the children of foreign nationals, if their families are provided with material protection under the Social Security Ordinance, they may enjoy a discount or full exemption from the education fee.
The children of foreign citizens lawfully residing in Slovenia have the right to compulsory primary education after reaching the age of six. In Slovenia, several schools offer international courses for resident children. These institutions teach in foreign languages. The Slovenian curriculum is internationally recognised and accredited, allowing you to continue your education in any European country.
Primary and Secondary Courses
Danila Kumar International School, Ljubljana
(Global IB School) -
A public school offering international kindergartens, primary schools and secondary schools. Teaching English to children aged 3 to 14.
QSI Ljubljana International School
American International School -
A private nonprofit organization that offers elementary and secondary school courses. Teaching English to children aged 3 to 17.
Ecole Francaise - International School of French in Ljubljana
Private schools, similar to the French primary curriculum. French teaching
Ljubljana International School of English
Private schools offer pre-school, primary and secondary courses. Teaching English to children aged 3 to 15.
Gimnazija Be igrad - Ljubljana International High School
It offers a 5-year course for students aged 11-16 and a 2-year undergraduate degree for students aged 16-19. The English teaching
Maribor Gymnasium
Provides international kindergarten, primary and secondary schools. Teaching English to children aged 3 to 14.
(International IB School) -
A public school
Kranij Gymnasium
(Global IB School) -
Offers a 2 year international baccalaureate programme. The English teaching
The slovenian higher education system covers academic and professional undergraduate studies, master's and professional degrees, and doctoral studies.
Among the universities in Ljubljana, the Universities of Maribor and Primorska are the most popular in Slovenia. The University of Slovenia adopts an unusual teaching method, such as lectures, seminars, exercises, discussions and written assignments. Generally speaking, lectures are geared towards more students, while seminars and exercises are more suitable for smaller groups of students. Research reports require a lot of personal preparation.
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EU Citizenship
Slovenia (current program) Romania (long process) Bulgaria (long process) Slovakia (suspended) Croatia (suspended) Latvia (suspended) Hungary (suspended)
How to find us
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Mon-Fri 9am-6pm Sat 9am-3pm, Sun closed (Ljubljana time)
China (scheduled time required)
Rm 302, 3/F,
Zhihuigu Innovation Square,
No. 542 Min Zhi Avenue,
Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
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