Slovenia 2013/14 - student fees and grants

Country: Slovenia
Date of publication: 2014
Fees - first cycle (euro): min 1210 - most common 2800 - max 9375
Fees - second cycle (euro): min 1210 - most common 2800 - max 12462
Fees - note: Over 80 % of students are on state-funded places and do not pay fees
Grants - note: Approximately 29 % of students receive some kind of public grant
Need-based grant (euro): min 840 - max 4736
Merit-based grant (euro): min 1221 - max 3677

National student fee

Full-time students of public higher education institutions on state-funded places do not pay tuition fees. They pay only registration charges and costs of examinations that are repeated.

Full-time students at public higher education institutions without a state-funded study place, part-time students and international students from outside EU pay the same fees. Amounts range from EUR 1 210 to 9 375 for the first cycle and from EUR 1 260 to 12 462 for the second cycle. Amounts apply to University of Ljubljana.

Student grants

'National' scholarships are available for economically and socially disadvantaged students. They are awarded according to a range of criteria which include both need- and merit-based elements. Merit-based scholarships also exist. The grants are available for 12 months a year.

Students must be under 26 years old when enrolling for their first degree to be eligible for public support.

No loans.

Tax benefit for student's parents

The tax benefit for parents depends on the number of supported children (EUR 2 436.92 to 7 957.14 per year in 2013). Eligible are all parents of higher education students under 26 years old when enrolling.

Family allowances

No family allowances.

Source: Eurydice, National Student Fee and Support Systems 2013/2014, 2015/2016, 2016/2017
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