Tuition and Funding



Tuition fees vary from one higher education institution to another and per year typically range between:

  • 2.000 EUR to 11.000 EUR for Bachelor study (depending on the programme)
  • 2.000 EUR to 15.000 EUR for Master study (varies between the study programmes)
  • 2.000 EUR to 6.000 EUR for Doctoral study (depending on the programme)

Who doesn’t pay tuition?

Full-time students:

  • citizens of the Republic of Slovenia or European Union Member States and
  • the citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo, the Republics of Macedonia and Serbia.

enrolled in the first and second cycle study programmes at higher education institutions or at study programmes at private higher education institutions that are financed from the public budget do not pay tuition fee. The exception are second cycle study programmes students who have already obtained an education that applies at very least to second level.

Who pays tuition?

You will have to pay tuition if you:

  • are from non-EU member countries,
  • enroll as a part-time student in first and second level study programmes,
  • enroll in a third level programme, to be a doctoral student and
  • enroll in a private higher education institutions without concession, without public budget funding.

The price list is published on the website of the higher education institutions. As a rule, the tuition fee is paid in a lump sum for each academic year.

Available scholarships

Scholarships for doctoral study of Karstology are available for international students, wishing to study in Slovenia this very specific and unique discipline. Eligible are students  – nationals of official development assistance (ODA) receiving countries.

Scholarships for citizens of Jordan are available for postgraduate students – 2 for master studies or 1 for doctoral studies. Deadline is open.

Scholarships available for master or doctoral students, for citizens of Palestine, with open deadline.

For funding of a study exchange (short term mobility, like Erasmus+ or CEEPUS programme) please see here