Applicants to first-cycle undergraduate study programmes must submit the application for enrolment via the eVŠ portal within the deadline specified in the call for enrolment. Call for enrolment in first-cycle undergraduate study programmes in the academic year 2020/2021 is published here (only available in Slovene).
Instructions on how to fill in the application can be found here.
The call for enrolment in first-cycle undergraduate study programmes is published annually, usually in February for the following academic year.
All students pay an enrolment fee for each additional academic year of study, which may vary depending on the academic year.
The tuition fee for academic year is 3,000 EUR. Students can pay the tuition fee in lump sum or in instalments.
The tuition fee is charged to:
- all part-time students;
- full time students;
who have previously obtained equivalent level of education (i.e. first-cycle),
who wish to change the study programme and have previously repeated the year or changed the study programme at the first-cycle studies,
who are nationals of non-EU countries, and of countries with which there is no bilateral agreement between the countries, on omitting the fees.
The fees are published in the price list of the faculty.
Slovene and EU citizens can apply for first-cycle undergraduate study programmes with a fixed number of places available for full-time and part-time studies separately. Non-EU citizens can also apply for these places if they or their parents or guardians, are tax residents of the Republic of Slovenia with permanent residence in Slovenia at the time of the application.
The number of available places for BA programmes of the Faculty of Arts for the above stated candidates is published in the call for enrolment or available here.
Non-EU citizens and Slovenes who do not have Slovenian citizenship can apply for places specified separately and are available here.
Candidates applying for first-cycle undergraduate study programmes should prove that they meet the enrolment conditions according to the Higher Education Act as well as other admission criteria, according to the chosen study programme.
In the case of limited access, applications will be assessed based on selection criteria specific to the study programme for which the candidates have applied to.
Enrolment conditions and selection criteria (in case of restricted access) are available in the presentation brochures as well as in the call for enrolment that is available here.
- In the first application period, Slovene citizens and EU nationals must submit their application for enrolment into undergraduate first-cycle undergraduate study programmes, and send a printed and signed application form with all relevant supplemental documents from February 12 until March 18, 2020;
- In the second application period, (candidates may apply only for those programmes where there are remaining free places, which were not occupied in the first application period) Slovene citizens and EU nationals must submit their application for enrolment into first-cycle undergraduate study programmes, and send a printed and signed application form with all relevant supplemental documents from August 20 to August 28, 2020;
- Non-EU nationals apply for enrolment places published in the tables with enrolment places for Slovenes not holding Slovene citizenship and foreign citizens – citizens of non- EU member states. The first application period for these candidates runs from February 12 to April 20, the deadline for the attachments to the application is until July 27, 2020. The second application period runs from September 9 to September 11, 2020, the deadline for the attachments to the application is until September 12, 2020.
For any support in filling in the application form, please contact:
Enotni kontaktni center državne uprave (EKC)
T: +386 1 478 85 90 (from 8.00 AM until 10.00 PM during weekdays).
Information day for first-cycle undergraduate study programmes of the Faculty of Arts is published in the annual call for enrolment and takes place on Friday and Saturday (expected around February 14). The schedule of presentations for individual study programmes is published on the faculty website. Students are also invited to attend the general presentation, which provides detailed information on the procedures related to the application for enrolment.
According to the Assessment and Recognition of Education Act, candidates, holders of foreign qualifications (certificates obtained outside the Republic of Slovenia), who wish to enrol in undergraduate (first-cycle) study programmes of the Faculty of Arts, must fulfil of the enrolment conditions by the decision on the recognition of foreign education.
Candidates with foreign qualifications are considered to have applied for the recognition of their entry qualifications with the application form with which they have applied on the eVŠ portal.
The following documents for recognition of foreign education are required:
1. Original of the final (upper secondary school) certificate(s) legalized according to the system of legalization in the country of issue, legalised based on:
- The 1961 Hague Convention (at the court with territorial jurisdiction where the certificate or diploma has been issued); with properly filled in apostille form affixed or
- The Authentication of Documents in International Traffic Act.
Countries for which no legalization is required:
- Bosnia and Herzegovina,
- Cyprus (for documents issued by public higher education institutions and universities),
- Czech Republic,
- Republic of Macedonia,
2. Photocopy of the original certificate(s) referred to in No. 1.
3. Certified Slovene or English translation of the certificate(s) referred to in No. 1 (not necessary for certificate(s) in Croatian, Bosnian, Montenegrin, and Serbian - if issued in Latin alphabet).
4. Annual report cards, transcripts, a diploma supplement or some other evidence on the contents and duration of education.
5. Certified Slovene or English translation of the certificate(s) referred to in No. 4 (not necessary for certificate(s) in Croatian, Bosnian, Montenegrin, and Serbian - if issued in Latin alphabet).
6. Short chronological description of the entire education (statement by the applicant).
Parallel study is study following separate programmes of the University.
First-cycle students may enrol in parallel study after having successfully completed the first year of the first -cycle study. The application to another parallel study programme is also possible after successful completion of higher years of studies, at the latest upon enrolment in the final year of the first study programme.
Student has to enclose the following supporting documents:
- certificate of enrolment in a higher year of the first study programme
- average grade certificate or official transcript of records showing the average grade
- copy of the Matura certificate.
Candidates for enrolment in parallel studies submit the application for parallel studies within the deadline specified in the annual call for enrolment (expected from September 1 to September 17) via an electronic application on the on the eVŠ portal.
If the number of candidates for parallel enrolment exceeds the number of available places for parallel study, candidates will be selected based on their study success in their first study programme (average grade).
Enrolment in combined study programmes is not considered parallel study.
During their first year at the University of Ljubljana, international students may attend the so-called Year Plus, in which they can learn Slovene. Year Plus is designed to help international students to adapt to the Slovenian system and culture in their first year of study in Slovenia.
More information regarding conditions and how and when to apply is available here.