City of Ljubljana With its 280.000 inhabitants, Ljubljana ranks among the smaller European capitals. It is the largest city in Slovenia as well as the political, administrative, economic, educational and cultural centre of Slovenia. There are currently over 50 000 students in Ljubljana. More information about the city is available at:
Slovenia and EU Details of Visa Requirements
Visa is generally required for stays longer than three months, except for the citizens of EU member states. In case of doubt please verify the latest visa requirements at the homepage of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Accommodation and Living Costs
IPS offers students assistance in finding the accommodation in Ljubljana. Interested candidates are welcome to apply for assistance at the IPS. Living costs in Ljubljana are comparable to the living costs in other Central European capitals.
Dormitory for postgraduate students: http://www.stud-dom-lj.si/en/residence-halls/locations/dom-podiplomcev-ljubljana
Student house Ljubljana - Bežigrad: http://www.studentskidom-lj.si/eng/studentski-dom-bezigrad
Health Care and Insurance Slovenia has a world class health care system, and health insurance at reasonable rates is available for foreign students.
Possibilities for grants Foreign students can apply for grants at Slovene Human Resources and Scholarship Fund (http://www.sklad-kadri.si/en/) or European Union, e.g. within Marie Curie Actions (http://www.cordis.lu/fp6/mobility.htm).
We also recommend that students apply for accomodation in Dom podiplomcev Ljubljana (http://www.dompodiplomcev.si/kje_se_nahajamo_eng.html), which usually closed the application in the first half of September.