Beneficiaries of subsidized student meals are all persons with the student status who are studying at higher vocational colleges and higher education institutions in the Republic of Slovenia and are not in full-time employment or registered job seekers, do not perform economic, professional or agricultural activities or managerial functions as the sole or main occupation in accordance with relevant regulations for health care and health insurance and are not recipients of a pension, excluding recipients of a survivor's pension. Beneficiaries of subsidized student meals are also all students of foreign universities in the Republic of Slovenia which are studying within international exchange programs. They are subject to the same conditions as students studying at higher vocational colleges and higher education institutions in the Republic of Slovenia.«
More information: https://www.studentska-prehrana.si/en
Some accomodation possibilities:
Dom podiplomcev Ljubljana: http://www.stud-dom-lj.si/domovi/lokacije/dom-podiplomcev-ljubljana
Študentki dom Ljubljana: http://www.stud-dom-lj.si/
Zasebni študentski dom v Ljubljani: http://www.studentskidom-lj.si/
Private advertisements: https://www.nepremicnine.net/
Students can use subsidised public transport.
More information: http://www.lpp.si/uporabne-informacije-za-potnike/solska-mesecna-vozovnica
To purchase a subsidised student public transport card you need:
Foreign students can apply for grants at Slovene Human Resources and Scholarship Fund (http://www.sklad-kadri.si/en/) or European Union, e.g. within Marie Curie Actions (http://www.cordis.lu/fp6/mobility.htm).
Information for foreigners on entry, residence, citizenship and integration into Slovenian society
Foreign students can get health insurance at one of the following companies (all prices are from January 2020):
Students from Europe (geographically):
€296.21 per year - Covers up to €20,000
€444.31 per year - Covers up to €40,000
€503.55 per year - Covers up to €60,000
Students from outside Europe:
€444.32 per year - Covers up to €20,000
€666.47 per year - Covers up to €40,000
€755.33 per year - Covers up to €60,000
The health insurance covers all newly occurred diseases and injuries, however it does not cover any regular checkups or vaccinations for already existing conditions. Some restrictions also apply in relation to acute deterioration of chronic diseases.
In order to obtain health insurance, you will need to provide a certificate of enrolment, a valid passport, the desired initial date of insurance, and information if you are already in Slovenia (in case you are, a 3-day waiting period applies).
|Medical care and treatment||included||included||included|
|Acute deterioration of chronic diseases||€ 1,000||€ 2,000||€ 3,000|
|Medication and medical devices||included||included||included|
|Urgent dental care services||€ 100||€ 200||€ 300|
|Transport to hospital and native country||included||included||included|
|Transport and accommodation for a person staying to escort the insurance holder||included||included||included|
|Escorting and transport of a minor||included||included||included|
|Transport of a family member||ticket||ticket||ticket|
|Repatriation of remains into native country||included||included||included|
|Return in case of death or a serious health condition of the insurance holder's family member||ticket||ticket||ticket|
€273 per year
The health insurance covers all newly occurred diseases and injuries, however it does not cover any regular checkups or vaccinations for already existing conditions.
For urgent health conditions only:
Package S: €145,46 per year
Package L: €215,67 per year
For urgent health conditions and other necessary or preventive checkups:
€634,76 per year
According to the 14th line of Article 15 of the Rules of Health Insurance foreign students living in Slovenia that do not have any other form of health insurance can apply for the mandatory health insurance in Slovenia.
€142 per month