We are always trying to provide you with the most useful and proven information to make your path to free education in Slovenia easier and more enjoyable. We will certainly continue to do so in the future. Now, for a change, we are going to share with you something completely new – links. It is impossible to systematize all the information in one place, but we can therefore share with you some sources with an abundance of useful tips and guidelines that cover all aspects of student life in Slovenia.

Where to Look for Student Housing?

Not an easy task, at least it seems so at first glance. However, the reality is much simpler if you know where to look. There are many websites and social media groups with a solid offer of apartments and private dormitories. Besides, there are websites where students who have already resolved the housing issue are looking for roommates. We have selected the most useful ones:








What Benefits Are Available to Students in Slovenia?

If you follow our blog, you have most likely noticed that we often write about the benefits that students enjoy in Slovenia. One of them relates to various discounts for students: from transport and meals to tickets to cultural and entertainment events. It is quite probable that we have missed something. If you are interested in all possibilities that are available to you at a discounted price during your studies, take a look at the following links:






How to Receive Scholarships?

Here is one hot topic that probably interests all future students who want to study abroad. Scholarships in Slovenia can solve many problems, in particular the most existential ones. Besides, being a grant of some college scholarship fund is a very pleasant and useful experience for every student. Therefore, scholarships are not just a matter of finance, they are a matter of prestige. The links below contain an abundance of information on the conditions, ways, and measures for obtaining an academic scholarship in Slovenia:


Leisure and Entertainment

After enrolling in college and searching for accommodation, every student needs some options for leisure and entertainment. Slovenia is geographically a small country, but it has a lot to offer. There are so many options between the Adriatic and the Alps for day trips, extended weekends, and even longer holidays that we could dedicate a whole article to them, which we will certainly d in the future. As far as entertainment is concerned, Ljubljana is its centre followed by Maribor, Celje and coastal towns. The largest number of concerts, cultural events are held in Ljubljana. Moreover, the largest number of theatres and museums are also located in Ljubljana. The nightlife here is active, but much more modest if compared with Belgrade and Zagreb, for example. Ljubljana has numerous cafés and restaurants – both luxurious and budget ones. More information you can find following the links below:











How to Find Work and Additional Income?

Not all foreign students have the privilege of receiving a scholarship that will be enough to cover the student life costs. Besides, not all parents have the possibility to provide their children with a full financial support abroad. The good thing is that students can easily find a job in Slovenia because this type of work is completely legal, that is with legal employment and full working hours. Payments are regular, the range of student jobs is wide, and wages range from 350 to 500 euros per month. It is not that small, isn’t it? It is also great that such employment conditions leave quite enough time for learning and other student activities. The following links will provide you with additional useful information and details on this topic:



Student Organisations and Health Care Programmes

Each student needs additional support. Student organisations are the most suitable options for a foreign student. On their websites, you can find current information on all important aspects of student life, such as student accommodation, student discounts, student exchanges, etc.

Besides, students must also take care of their health, so it would not be a bad idea to get further information on the health care programmes for students in Slovenia in a timely manner.



We hope that with our today’s article we have made free study in Slovenia even more accessible to you. If you think we missed something, feel free to write us at [email protected]. We are always happy to help future students in Slovenia and provide them with the best possible information.

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