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Getting to know Slovenia

is the only country in Europe that combines the Alps, the Mediterranean, the Pannonian Plain and the Karst. Thechanging landscape is constantly surprising, time and again. You can have one eye on the sea, then look in the other direction and be surrounded by high mountains.Headingup into the forests, you can see the green plains below you. From upland meadows your view stretches into river gorges. This  proximity of opposites and  contrasts is a hallmark of the country.

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lies in the heart of Europe. This small green country measures 20,273  km2  in area, and is home to sincere,hospitable people of great diligence.

It has an exceptional number of top athletes, and a wealth of cultural creativity. In Slovenia  it  is not difficult to compare the value of goods and services, as they are priced in one of the world’s major currencies, the euro.

is a safe country. Wherever you are, even late at night in the cities, you can have no cause for concern.

Art and culture have a special place in Slovenia’s history, as in many respects they helped to compensate Slovenes for their lack of national, political and governmental institutions. It is thus understandable that even today Slovenes have a very intense relationship with their national culture. To a great extent, pride in the national culture still represents a compensation for the old lack of national sovereignty. Slovenia is probably the only country in the world which has a national holiday devoted to culture

globusi    Population: 2,055,000

   Position: Slovenia is in central Europe.

   Capital city: Ljubljana, population: 280,000

   Government: Slovenia is a democratic republic     founded on the principle of the separation of powers of the legislative, executive and judicial branches of authority.

Membership of international organisations:  Slovenia has been a member of   the European Union since 1 May 2004 and a member of NATO since 7 April 2004. It is also a member of many other international organisations.

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 The weather in Slovenia varies from season to season. The    average temperature is above 20°C in July and around 0°C in  January. It is worth checking the current weather, so that you  can  dress and equip yourself appropriately.


Studying in Slovenia

is a unique opportunity to get to  know the country, its culture and the way of life of its  people, and last but not least the Slovene language. Undergraduate and postgraduate courses at Slovenia's  universities, which are in line with the requirements of  the Bologna Process, are also open to citizens of other countries.

Slovenia strongly supports the idea of construction of a genuine European area of knowledge and strives  to implement measures supporting equal opportunities, school success, mobility in general, higher education and vocational education and training, language learning, safety at school, non-discrimination, educational technologies and distance education, academic and professional recognition of qualifications, educational statistics, overall development of general education and vocational training, development of undergraduate and the modernization ofstudies. postgraduate studies.

Studies are provided by public and private universities, faculties, art academies and professional colleges. Universities, faculties and art academies may provide all types of study programmes, while professional colleges may provide, as a rule, the first cycle professional study programmes, but also the second cycle programmes when meeting certain special requirement. 


Growing numbers of foreign students

newSlovenia has undergone several legislative and structural changes, rapid institutional development and a significant increase in student numbers and became also interesting and desired country for many foreign students and high school pupils.

istock 000007033282xsmallForeign students number studying in Slovenia has doubled in the  last decade. Foreign students account for almost 10% of doctoral  students, which confirms the quality of postgraduate studies in Slovenia.

 Students enjoy heavily subsidized food in a wide range of restaurants, discounts on public transport, reduced      admission to many events and discounts on participation in various courses and activities.

Slovenia can also offer a very lively social life and night life for students.Go on, dig a little bit deeper through the website and you just might realize that Slovenia is your ultimate study destination.


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