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  • University of LjubljanaUniverza v LjubljaniKongresni trg 12, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia

    phone | telefon: +386 1 241 85 00fax | telefaks: +386 1 241 86 60e-mail | e-pošta: [email protected] | internet: http://www.uni-lj.si

    Publisher | Izdajatelj: University of Ljubljana | Univerza v Ljubljani Editor in Chief | Odgovorni urednik : prof. dr. Ivan SvetlikAD+D | Oblikovna zasnova: BonsProduction | Produkcija: University of Ljubljana | Univerza v Ljubljani Text | Besedila: Katja CerjakProofreading and Translation | Lektura in prevod: Alkemist, prevajalske storitve d.o.o. Editor | Urednik: Katja CerjakPhotography | Fotografije: Foto agencija IFP, d.o.o Print | Tisk: Kubelj, d.o.o.Edition | Naklada: 1500 copies | izvodov Ponatis: Ljubljana, 2015

    www.uni-lj.si

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    1. Welcome to the university of Ljubljana 9

    2. The city of Ljubljana and how to get there 11

    3. University of Ljubljana 15 Selection of Courses and Language of Instruction 17 Grading System 17

    Academic Calendar 18

    National Holidays 18

    Slovene Language Courses 19

    Libraries 20

    Student Organization 22

    4. Pre-departure arrangements 25 First Residence Permit (EU citizens) 25 First Residence Permit (non EU citizens) 26

    Embassies and Consulates 29

    Housing 29

    Application Procedures 32

    5. Useful information 35 Climate 34 Drinking Water 34

    Electricity 34

    Currency 34

    Credit Card Services 34

    Student & Youth Card Services 35

    Internet Access 35

    Categories

    Telephone and Postal Services 36

    Local Transportation 36

    Bicikel(LJ) system 37

    Cost of Living 37

    Shops 37

    Bookstores 38

    Eating Out 38 Work Permit 39

    Tax Number 40

    Bank Account 41

    Leisure Activities 41

    Entertainment and Culture 42

    6. Useful addresses and telephone numbers 45

    7. Faculties and academies - index 49

    Ljubljana

  • Ljubljana

  • Office of International Relations

    Postal Address:

    Visiting address:

    Telephone:Switchboard:

    Office:Fax:

    E-mail addresses:

    Opening hours:

    Office of International RelationsUniversity of LjubljanaKongresni trg 12SLO - 1000 LJUBLJANA

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    +386 1 241 85 00+386 1 241 85 92/94+386 1 241 85 [email protected]

    Mon – Thur: 9am –11am, 2pm – 3pmFri: 9am – 11am

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    1. Welcome to the University of Ljubljana

    Hello, and thank you for considering the University of Ljubljana as the host for your student exchange. This guide has been especially designed for foreign students who intend to temporarily study at the University of Ljubljana in an exchange programme.

    The faculties and academies of art, which together make up the University of Ljubljana, today cover all basic fields of study. In undergraduate courses, the University of Ljubljana offers a wide variety of possibilities, as it does at the postgraduate level.

    We hope that this guide will help to make your stay at the university both fruitful and enjoyable. Should any questions still remain unanswered after reading this guide, please do not hesitate to turn to one of the contact persons mentioned.

    We wish you a pleasant stay in Ljubljana at the University of Ljubljana.

    Katja, Helena, Bibi and Urška The Office of International Relations staff

  • Slovenia in Brief

    Area 20,273 Km2

    Population 2 million

    Capital Ljubljana

    Language Slovene

    Religion Roman Catholic (82 %)

    Climate Alpine, Continental, Mediterranean

    Time Zone Central European Time GMT + 1

    Political System Multi-party parliamentary democracy

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    The city

    THE CITY

    Ljubljana lies in an basin between the Karst and the Alps, some 298 m above sea level. We like to say that it is big enough to encompass everything one would expect from a capital city, while being small enough to allow people to retain their indi-viduality.

    Ljubljana is a pleasant city to live in. The city is home to 280,000 people. Although it is not among Europe’s largest cities, it has everything one finds in other capitals: museums and galleries, one of the oldest philharmonic orchestras in the world, other orchestras, many theatres, a university, institutes and libraries.

    The city’s increasingly vibrant commercial and trading life and the rapid increase in foreign diplomatic representatives are giv-ing it an ever greater cosmopolitan touch. It offers a wide vari-ety of cafes, pubs, bars and restaurants. Relief from the hustle and bustle of life in the capital can be found in the numerous parks and woodland areas, which in some places reach nearly into the city centre.

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    HOW TO GET THERE

    AIR: Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport, 20 km from the centre of Ljubljana, has good connections with other European airports. Airport shuttle buses take passengers to the centre of town.

    http://www.lju-airport.si/eng/default.asp

    RAIL: Ljubljana has good railway links with all large Europe- an cities. The railway station is in the centre of Ljubljana. Or- ganisations in your own country may be able to offer discounts to students and others under age 26.Train travel within Slovenia is convenient and inexpensive.

    http://www.slo-zeleznice.si/en/

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    The city

    BUS: The bus is one possible means of reaching Ljubljana, but not a very comfortable one over long distances. Organisations in your own country may be able to offer discounts to students and others under age 26.

    http://www.ap-ljubljana.si/eng/

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    University

    University of Ljubljana is an institution with a very rich tra- dition. With its 46.000 undergraduate and post-graduate stu- dents participating in over 400 undergraduate and post-grad- uate study programs, it ranks among the largest universities in the world. A total of 23 faculties and three art academies em- ploy approximately 6000 full-time higher education teachers, researchers, assistants and adminsitrative staff.

    The University of Ljubljana was established in 1919 on the foundations of a long-established pedagogical tradition. For almost half a century it remained the only Slovenian universi-ty until joined, about 20 years ago, by the University of Mari-bor. In 2003 the third Slovenian University was established in Koper.

    The University has its seat in Ljubljana, Slovenia’s capital. Nearly one-tenth of Ljubljana’s inhabitants are students, which gives the city a young and lively character.

    The University was founded in the centre of Ljubljana, where the central university building and the majority of its depart- ments are located. Later on, some new, modern buildings were constructed in the suburbs.

    The University is composed of three academies and 23 faculties (university departments):The Academy of Music;the Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television;

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    the Academy of Fine Arts and Design; Biotechnical Faculty; Faculty of Economics; Faculty of Architecture; Faculty of Social Sciences; Faculty of Electrical Engineering; Faculty of Pharmacy; Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering; Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology; Faculty of Mathematics and Physics; Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transport; Faculty of Computer and Information Science; Faculty of Mechanical Engineering; Faculty of Sport; Faculty of Arts; Faculty of Medicine; Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering; Faculty of Education; Faculty of Law; Theological Faculty; Veterinary Faculty; Faculty of Social Work;Faculty of Health Sciences; Faculty of Administration.

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    Local grade Percentage ECTS grade

    10 excellent 91 % - 100 % A

    9 very good 81 % - 90 % B

    8 very good 71 % - 80 % C

    7 good 61 % - 70 % D

    6 sufficient 51 % - 60 % E

    1-5 fail less than 51 % F

    SELECTION OF COURSES AND LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION

    Some of the faculties offer courses in English, other offer tuto-rials and some other arrangements. Please check the web site or contact the relevant faculty coordinator.

    English courses: http://www.uni-lj.si/international_cooperation_and_ex-change/programmes_and_courses_in_english/Faculty coordinators:http://www.uni-lj.si/international_cooperation_and_ex-change/erasmus-plus-programme/erasmus_plus_coordinators/

    UNIVERSITY OF LJUBLJANA GRADING SYSTEM

    Description of the institutional grading system in Slovenia:

    University

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    ACADEMIC CALENDAR

    Semester OneSemester Two

    Winter holidays

    Winter examination period

    Summer holidays

    Summer examination period

    Autumn examination period

    beginning of Oct. - middle of Jan.middle of Feb. - end of May

    middle of Jan. - middle of Feb.

    middle of Jan. - beginning of Feb.

    beginning of Jul. - end of Aug.

    beginning of Jun. - end of Jun.

    end of Aug. - middle of Sep.

    NATIONAL HOLIDAYS

    January 1, February 8, Easter Monday, April 27, May 1 and 2, June 25, August 15, October 31, November 1, December 25 and 26

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    SLOVENE LANGUAGE COURSES

    Students in the Erasmus+ exchange program are offered an intensive Slovene language course before starting the winter or summer semester. The Centre for Slovene, Faculty of Arts, or-ganizes a 60 hours (3 ECTS) intensive Slovene language course for Erasmus+ students. The course is free of charge but with limited places (the “first come first served” principle).

    The application deadlines are in June for the course starting in September and in December for the course starting in January.

    More information can be found on:http://www.centerslo.net

    More courses are offered to all exchange students during the semester by:

    - ŠOLT, Student Dormitories Rožna Dolina, Blok VII, Ulica 27. Aprila 31

    web site: www.zavod-solt.si

    - Center for Slovene as a foreign language, Faculty of Arts, Aškerčeva 2

    Web site: http://www.centerslo.net/index.asp?LANG=eng

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    LIBRARIES

    Registered students are entitled to use the libraries of the uni-versity.

    The National and University Library (NUK) is the main li-brary for students at the University of Ljubljana, located in the city centre. The library contains more than 2.5 million items.

    Apart from information on its own holdings, NUK also pro-vides information and materials held by other libraries. The library provides interlibrary loans, as well as access to interna-tional online and CD-ROM databases.

    The library may be used by any student possessing a student card and an identity card or passport. The membership of the library allows only in-house use for foreign students. For more information see http://www.nuk.uni-lj.si/nukeng.asp

    The Central Technical Library is the main library in the field of natural sciences and engineering. The library contains more than 300,000 items.

    To register, a student must present a student card and pay the subscription fee. http://www.ctk.uni-lj.si/english/index.html

    There are 39 academic libraries at the faculties and academies of the University of Ljubljana. The UL library system also in-cludes the National and University Library (NUK) and the

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    University

    Central Technological Library at the University of Lju-bljana (CTK), which are associated members of the UL since 2003. The coordination of library management is carried out by the Vice-rector, the Library Council and the University Of-fice of Library Services.The basic mission of academic libraries is to provide all types of library services and information sources for study and research. While their main users are students, teachers, researchers and other UL employees, the libraries are also open for member-ship to other users. The UL students pay the membership fee at the home faculty or academy while enrolling and can after-wards use all the UL libraries with a student card.

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    STUDENT ORGANIZATION

    The student organization (ŠOU) arranges activities which are not part of study programs. It is an organiser and promoter and represents students’ interests. The ŠOU is active in a variety of areas of student life: - social: student services, legal assistance, accommoda-

    tion-finding services- cultural: choirs, dance groups, publishing, radio- sports- international co-operation- other extracurricular activities

    The ŠOU International office is a part of ŠOU which deals with international cooperation.

    The Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is a group of students at the University of Ljubljana forming a part of ESN Interna-tional. ESN’s main task is to participate in the receiving of ex-change students, including mentorship, sightseeing and social gatherings.

    ESN and international office of ŠOU organise hikes, trips, ex-cursions and parties. All exchange students are invited to take part in these arrangements. The ESN and ŠOU will contribute in every way possible to make your stay in Ljubljana a pleasant one http://www.sou-lj.si/sl/international-office.html

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    Pre-departureInform yourself about academic possibilities through:

    - our Website: http://www.uni-lj.si/en- the International Office at your home university- department coordinator

    For all other questions, please feel free to contact the Office of International Relations.

    FIRST RESIDENCE PERMIT (EU CITIZENS)

    Any citizen from a European Union state can enter the Republic of Slovenia with a valid identity card or a valid passport, without a special entrance permit (i.e. a visa or a residence permit). This holds true no matter what the purpose of entry and stay in the Republic of Slovenia. For the first three months of stay in the Republic of Slovenia a person does not need a residence permit, however he is obliged to report to the Police.

    In the event that the residence will exceed three months a resi- dence permit is still obligatory. This can be obtained from the administrative office within the residential district (for Ljublja-na: Tobačna ulica 5, 1000 Ljubljana). The residence permit will be issued in accordance to the conditions set by the European Union. In order to issue a residence permit to a citizen from a member state for the purpose of study the following conditions have to be met:- A valid identity card or passport- Evidence of enrolment at an educational institution,

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    - Health insurance covering all risks in the host member state,- Sufficient means for living (higher than the level under

    which the host country approves social aid to its citizens (290 € per month). According to the practice of the Eu-ropean Union’s court a statement handed in writing and signed by the student as to his means is sufficient).

    - Photo (3,5 x 4,5 cm)

    According to the stated directive the residence permit is grant-ed for the period of studies or at the most for one year and can be extended in the event that the studies last for over a year.

    FIRST RESIDENCE PERMIT (NON EU CITIZENS)

    If you are a third-country national from a country whose citi-zens are required to obtain a visa to enter the Republic of Slove-nia and you wish to enter the Republic of Slovenia or stay there for study purposes, you are required to obtain a visa C (tourist visa) or visa D (long term visa) at a diplomatic mission or con-sulate of the Republic of Slovenia abroad prior to entering the Republic of Slovenia. For the same purposes, you can enter the Republic of Slovenia and stay there for a certain period of time (for no more than three months in a six-month period, starting on the date of the first entry) on the basis of your passport alone if you are a citizen of a country whose citizens are not required to obtain a visa to enter the Republic of Slovenia. Within the 90 day period or after the expiration of Visa D, you are obliged to apply for a first residence permit at the relevant administrative unit in Slovenia (in Ljubljana: Tobačna ulica 5, 1000 Ljubljana).

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    If you are in possession of a visa issued by another state which is party to the Schengen Agreement, you may, during the va-lidity period of your visa, enter the Republic of Slovenia and stay there for no longer than three months in a six-month pe-riod, which includes the combined duration of your stay in all Schengen States except for the state which issued the visa, starting on the date of the first entry into one of the Schengen States or until the expiry of visa validity if this is shorter. With-in 90 days period, you are oblidged to apply for first residence permit at the relevant administative unit in Slovenia (in Lju-bljana: Tobačna ulica 5, 1000 Ljubljana).

    If you have a valid residence permit issued by another state that is party to the Schengen Agreement, you may enter the Republic of Slovenia on the basis of this permit and a valid trav-el document and stay there for no longer than three months in a six-month period, which includes the combined duration of your stay in all Schengen States except for the state which issued the visa, starting on the date of the first entry into one of Schengen States or until the expiry of visa validity if this is shorter. Within 90 days period, you are oblidged to apply for first residence permit at the relevant administative unit in Slo-venia (in Ljubljana: Tobačna ulica 5, 1000 Ljubljana).

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    For first residence permit application you are required to pos-sess the following:

    - a valid passport (the expiry date of which exceeds the intended period of stay in the Republic of Slovenia by at least three months);

    - health insurance covering urgent health care services in the Republic of Slovenia as a minimum requirement;

    - sufficient means of subsistence in a monthly amount at least equal to the basic minimal income in the Republic of Slovenia (app. 290€);

    - a police clearance certificate of not older than three months from your country (if the country in question is-sues it), translated into Slovenian, and verified;

    - an authentic photograph of yourself, and you are also re-quired to submit two of your fingerprints for their digital capture.

    - Confirmation of enrolment at the higher education insti-tution (Acceptance letter)

    More info: http://www.mzz.gov.si/en/travel_and_visa_information/

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    EMBASSIES AND CONSULATES

    For the list of embassies and consulates please look at the web-site: http://www.mzz.gov.si/en/representations_abroad/

    Or go to: Ministry of foreign affairs Prešernova cesta 25, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Sloveniaphone: +386 1 478 20 00fax: +386 1 478 23 40 e-mail: [email protected]

    HOUSING

    The University of Ljubljana does not provide or guarantee ac-commodation.However, there are some options you can use to find your own accommodation:- to rent a private room or flat; check: http://www.reales-

    tate-slovenia.info/nepremicnine.html?p=3&n=1&r=14; http://www.mkvadrat.si/

    - to rent a room that is part of the student residence halls (a very limited number of beds!), apply through an online application.

    The International Office can help you with providing rooms in the student residence halls, but due to the shortage of rooms, we cannot guarantee that you will really get a bed. All rooms in student residence halls are double rooms. They are furnished

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    and have a shared kitchen and bathroom.We strongly advise our students to book some temporary ac-commodation for the first few weeks of their stay in Ljubljana and then look for private accommodation.

    Temporary accommodation can be found at some hostels and low-rate hotels (for information and booking please contact di-rectly to addresses listed bellow):

    Hostel CELICAMetelkova 8, 1000 LjubljanaTel: +386 1 230 97 00, E-mail: [email protected] site: www.souhostel.com/en

    Alibi Hostel Cankarjevo nabrežje 27, 1000LjubljanaTelephone: +386 (0)1 251 12 44, E-mail: [email protected] site: http://www.alibi.si

    Other hostels in Ljubljana:Web site: http://www.visitljubljana.si/en/accommodation/

    Use Housing Anywhere platform to get a room in Ljubljana. Web site: https://www.housinganywhere.com/

    This website is free to use and it operates on a student-to-stu-dent basis. For any questions, please contact [email protected]

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    APPLICATION PROCEDURES

    If you wish to undertake a period of study at the University of Ljubljana, you should contact the Office of International Relations ([email protected]) to request the application information, which is also available on this website:http://www.uni-lj.si/international_cooperation_and_ex-change/erasmus-plus-programme/incoming_students/

    The Learning AgreementThis document is an agreement between incoming students and the host institution. Students select the subjects they wish to study in consultation with their academic advisor at their home institution. The draft proposal is then uploaded to the online application. The options the student has selected are then considered by the University of Ljubljana on the basis of availability and the candidate’s ability and academic back- ground. A decision is then forwarded to the candidate and, if both sides are in agreement, the document is considered as a contract. However, departments do have the right to withdraw their courses at any time before the study period begins.

    The Transcript of RecordsThis document has two functions. Firstly, it is used by depart- ments to make decisions about a candidate’s suitability based on the information supplied on the transcript of records. The transcript functions as a formalised curriculum vitae or re- sume.

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    The certificate presented to students upon the completion of their studies in Ljubljana is also known as a transcript. It out-lines the courses taken and the grades achieved.

    Language requirementsThe University of Ljubljana offers instruction in the following languages: Slovenian and English.The University of Ljubljana requires that the student has very good language skills (very good knowledge in reading, writing and speaking of the language) in at least one of the two lan- guages in order to be able to study here.

    Please note that fluent language skills in Slovenian (or English) are vital for successful studies at the University of Ljubljana. If the language requirements are not met, the University of Lju- bljana will not accept you.

    Required Language Skills Students must present a language certificate of their Slovene or English language skills. Very good language skills refer to level B2 on the CEFR scale of the European Language Port-folio Levels.

    How to prove the language skills in Slovene or English - Language skills are listed on the Transcript of Records of

    the home university; or- Submit the Language Certificate with CEFR scale; or- Submit TOEFL score of 79 (IBT) or IELTS score of 6 for

    English

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    ClimateThe climate in Ljubljana is Central European, but is also subject to the influences of warm air from the Adriatic and cold air from the Alps. The average temperature is around 4°C in the winter and around 22°C in the summer. The daytime temperature in the summer is usually 30°C.

    Drinking waterThe water is safe and drinkable throughout the country.

    ElectricityCurrent is 220 V, 50 Hz.

    Currency From January 1 2007 the official currency in Slovenia is Euro. Exchange rates can be found on the web page of the Bank of Slovenia: http://www.bsi.si/podatki/tec-bs-en.asp

    Credit card servicesEurocard, VISA, Mastercard, Diners Club and American Express as well as other cards are widely accepted in shops, hotels and restaurants.

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    STUDENT & YOUTH CARD SERVICES

    Most useful of these are: the Student ID card of the University, International Student Identity Card (ISIC) and EURO

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    TELEPHONE & POSTAL SERVICES

    Useful telephone numbers: Slovene country code 386 Ljubljana city code 1 Slovene exit code 00 Police 113 Fire brigade 112 Emergency first aid 112

    Ljubljana has around 30 post offices. They are open Mon-day through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and on Saturdays until 1 p.m. The Ljubljana postcode is: 1000

    LOCAL TRANSPORTATION

    The most effective means of public transport in Ljubljana is the city bus. The fare, which is uniform irrespective of the distance travelled, costs 1,20 EUR and is paid by URBANA card. For those planning to stay longer, a student monthly bus card is available at Ljubljanski potniški promet (Ljubljana Transport System). http://english.jhl.si/en/lpp

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    BICIKE(LJ) SYSTEM

    Open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, Bicikelj system enables you to travel freely by day or night. Whether you use the system regularly or just occasionally, you can make an unlimited num-ber of trips over the period of your subscription.Bicikelj system stations consist of a main terminal and indi-vidual stands to which the bikes are attached. Located in busy residential and shopping areas and near public transport, the stations are a simple and quick way to get around for a quick errand, the daily commute to faculty or getting to your favou-rite leisure activities. You can register at: http://en.bicikelj.si/

    COST OF LIVING

    We suggest that you bring approximately 500 EUR per month to cover all your basic living costs. Exactly how much you spend will depend on your lifestyle, but this figure would take into ac-count all costs including accommodation, food, public trans- port and books.

    SHOPS

    Working hours: Weekdays: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturdays: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Shopping centers: every working day 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.Sundays and holidays: most shopping centers are open until 3 p.m.

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    BOOKSTORES

    There are many bookstores in Ljubljana, but periodicals and books in foreign languages are best found in:

    - Mladinska knjiga – Knjigarna Centre Oxford, Kopitarjeva ulica 2, Ljubljana

    - Mladinska knjiga - Knjigarna Konzorcij, Slovenska cesta 29, Ljubljana

    EATING OUT

    The influences of the East and West, North and South have mingled in Slovenia, a phenomenon noticeable in Slovenia’s traditional dishes. The city of Ljubljana offers a great variety of cuisine and prices. Most restaurants serve food until 11 p.m., but some do so until early in the morning. There are also numerous specialised national restaurants: Chinese, Italian, Mexican, Thai , Spanish and many more.The tip is not included in the price of the meal. (10% for any- thing more than a coffee) In general, eating out in restaurants is not cheap.

    Being an exchange student, you can use a system of subsidized student meals. The system is used in the majority of restaurants in Ljubljana and also in other cities in Slovenia. The subvention for a meal is 2,63 EUR. To be able to register you need your

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    mobile phone for identification and the student card issued by the university. More information you can find on:www.studentska-prehrana.si

    WORK PERMIT

    A work permit is obligatory for foreign students wishing to seek a long-term employment in Slovenia. Exchange students, however, do not need a work permit. The easiest way for for- eign students to obtain part-time jobs is at so-called Študentski servis – a service providing information about part-time jobs for students.

    This service is a mediator between companies and students and with the help of Študentski servis, you usually get less demand- ing, non-professional jobs (e.g. teachers/instructors for for-eign languages or music, computer programmers, translators, waiters..). It is definetely a good way to earn some extra money. There are many such services throughout Ljubljana.

    To get a job with the help of Študentski servis you are required to obtain a Slovene tax number and a bank account in one of the Slovene banks.

  • TAX NUMBER

    Anyone who wants to open a bank account in Slovenia, has to obtain a Slovene tax number. The beforementioned tax num-ber is obligatory for all students who will work and be paid through Studentski servis and obtain a scholarship from a Slo-vene institution. You can get a Slovene tax number at:Tax office Ljubljana (Davčni urad Ljubljana)Sector for Foreigners (Odsek za tujce)p.p. 107, 1001 LjubljanaDavčna ulica 1, Ljubljana Phone: +386 1 369 30 00e-mail: [email protected]

    Office hoursMonday from 8.00 – 12.00 and from 13.00 – 15.00 Tuesday from 8.00 – 12.00 and from 13.00 – 15.00 Wednesday from 8.00 – 12.00 and from 13.00 – 18.00Friday from 8.00 – 13.00

    If you already have a residence permit, you will be issued a resi-dential tax number, otherwise a non-residential one.

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    BANK ACCOUNT

    As a foreigner, you can open a bank account practically in any bank. You will be able to open a residential or a non-residential bank account, depending on your residence permit status.

    LEISURE ACTIVITIES

    A rich and varied selection of sports and cultural activities is available to University of Ljubljana students, ranging from ath-letic teams, choirs, photo and film clubs, to dance and theatre groups. In addition, various departments of the University un-dertake their own cultural and sports activities. There are six cultural or information centres in Ljubljana: French, Italian, British, German, Spanish and American.

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    ENTERTAINMENT AND CULTURE

    You will find that Ljubljana offers a great variety of entertain-ment. Various classical concerts are held in Cankarjev dom, the Philharmonic and in churches. Besides classical music there are many pop, rock and alternative music concerts in halls, clubs, pubs and discotheques.

    The city has cinema theatres, well stocked with most current films. Foreign films are shown with Slovene subtitles.

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    Throughout Ljubljana there are about 15 museums and 25 gal-leries and collections, and seven major theatres.

    A detailed program of daily events is listed in the daily newspaper.

    For more information and a free copy of a monthly event schedule in Ljubljana, contact Tourist Information Centre (Mačkova ul. 1), located in the city centre.

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    Useful addresses and telephone num

    bers

    Univerza v LjubljaniKongresni trg 12

    SLO-1000 Ljubljana

    International Relations Office

    Centre for the Slovene LanguageKongresni trg 12

    SLO-1000 Ljubljana

    Student Organization (ŠOU)International Office

    Vojkova 63SLO-1000 Ljubljana

    e-Študentski Servis, ŠS d.o.o.Slovenska cesta 40

    1000 Ljubljana

    National University LibraryTurjaška 1

    SLO-1000 Ljubljana

    Central Technical Library Trg republike 3

    SLO-1000 Ljubljana

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    01/241 85 0001/241 86 60

    01/241 85 9201/241 85 [email protected]

    01/241 86 7501/241 86 48 01/241 86 [email protected]@ff.uni-lj.si (exams)

    01/438 02 4501/433 33 48e-mail: [email protected]

    (01) 72 98 [email protected]

    01/200 11 1001/425 72 9301/200 11 88http://www.nuk.uni-lj.si

    01/200 34 0001/425 66 67e-mail: [email protected]://www.ctk.uni-lj.si

    6. Useful addresses and telephone numbers

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    Visas

    Ministrstvo za zunanje zadeve, Konzularni sektor

    Prešernova cesta 25, SI-1001 Ljubljana, P.P. 481

    Slovenija

    Residence permits

    Urad za potne listine in tujceTobačna 5

    SLO-1000 Ljubljana

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    +386 1 478 23 05+386 1 478 23 16konzularne-zadeve.mzz(at)gov.si

    01/306 30 [email protected]

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    Medical Insurance

    ZZZSMala ulica 3

    SLO-1000 Ljubljana

    Local Transportation

    Ljubljanski potniški promet, p.o. Slovenska 56

    SLO-1000 Ljubljana

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    01/307 77 55

    01/430 51 [email protected]://www.jhl.si/lpp

    Useful addresses and telephone num

    bers

  • Academy OF MUSIC

    Academy OF THEATRE, RADIO, FILM AND TELEVISION

    Academy OF FINE ARTS AND DESIGN

    BIOTECHNICAL Faculty

    Faculty OF ECONOMICS

    Faculty OF ARCHITECTURE

    Faculty OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

    Faculty OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

    Faculty OF PHARMACY

    Faculty OF CIVIL AND GEODETIC ENGINEERING

    Faculty OF CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY

    Faculty OF MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS

    Faculty OF MARITIME STUDIES AND TRANSPORT

    Faculty OF COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE

    Faculty OF SOCIAL WORK

    Faculty OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

    Faculty OF SPORT

    Faculty OF ADMINISTRATION

    Faculty OF ARTS

    Faculty OF MEDICINE

    Faculty OF NATURAL SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING

    Faculty OF EDUCATION

    Faculty OF LAW

    THEOLOGICAL Faculty

    VETERINARY Faculty

    Faculty OF HEALTH SCIENCES

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    Faculties and academies

    7. Faculties and academies

  • 50University of Ljubljana

    AKADEMIJA ZA GLASBOStari trg 34

    1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.ag.uni-lj.si+386 1 242 73 00

    Erasmus coordinator: Ga. Nataša Cetinski

    +386 1 242 73 [email protected]

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    ACADEMY OF MUSIC

    ACADEMY OF THEATRE, RADIO, FILM

    AND TELEVlSION

    University of LjubljanaAKADEMIJA ZA

    GLEDALIŠČE, RADIO, FILM IN TELEVIZIJO

    Trubarjeva 31000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.agrft.uni-lj.si+386 1 251 04 12, 251 05 03

    International coordinator: Mag. Darja Markoja

    +386 1 251 04 [email protected]

  • University of LjubljanaAKADEMIJA ZA

    LIKOVNO UMETNOST IN OBLIKOVANJE

    Erjavčeva cesta 231000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.aluo.uni-lj.si+386 1 421 25 02

    International coordinator: Ms. Jasmina Zajc+386 1 421 25 02

    [email protected]

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    ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS AND DESIGN

    BIOTECHNICAL FACULTY

    University of LjubljanaBIOTEHNIŠKA FAKULTETA

    Jamnikarjeva cesta 1011000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.bf.uni-lj.si+386 1 320 30 29

    International coordinator: dr. Marjeta Stevanović

    +386 1 320 30 [email protected]

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  • 52University of Ljubljana

    EKONOMSKA FAKULTETAKardeljeva ploščad 17

    1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.ef.uni-lj.si+386 1 589 24 00

    International/Erasmus coordinator:

    mag. Danijela Voljč +386 1 589 24 86

    [email protected]

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    FACULTY OF ECONOMICS

    FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE

    University of Ljubljana FAKULTETA ZA ARHITEKTURO

    Zoisova cesta 121000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.fa.uni-lj.si+386 1 200 07 62

    Erasmus coordinator: dr. Matevž Juvančič

    +386 1 200 07 15 [email protected]

  • University of Ljubljana FAKULTETA ZA

    DRUŽBENE VEDE Kardeljeva ploščad 5

    1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.fdv.uni-lj.si+386 1 580 51 00

    International Office:+386 1 580 53 05 (dir.)[email protected]

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    FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

    FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL

    ENGINEERING

    University of Ljubljana FAKULTETA ZA

    ELEKTROTEHNIKO Tržaška cesta 25

    1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.fe.uni-lj.si+386 1 476 84 11

    Erasmus coordinator: dr. Boštjan Murovec

    +386 1 476 82 [email protected]

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  • 54University of Ljubljana

    FAKULTETA ZA FARMACIJO

    Aškerčeva cesta 71000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.ffa.uni-lj.si+386 1 476 95 00

    Erasmus coordinator: dr. Saša Baumgartner

    +386 1 476 95 [email protected]

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    FACULTY OF PHARMACY

    FACULTY OF CIVIL AND GEODETIC

    ENGINEERING

    University of LjubljanaFAKULTETA ZA

    GRADBENŠTVO IN GEODEZIJO Jamova cesta 2

    1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.fgg.uni-lj.si+386 1 476 85 08

    Erasmus coordinator: dr. Alma Zavodnik

    +386 1 476 85 [email protected]

    Ms. Romana Hudin [email protected]

  • University of LjubljanaFAKULTETA ZA KEMIJO

    IN KEMIJSKO TEHNOLOGIJO

    Večna pot 1131000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.fkkt.uni-lj.si+386 1 479 84 00

    Erasmus coordinator: dr. Iztok Turel

    +386 1 479 85 [email protected]

    Ms. Stojka Oman Vuč[email protected]

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    FACULTY OF CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL

    TECHNOLOGY

    FACULTY OF MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS

    University of LjubljanaFAKULTETA ZA

    MATEMATIKO IN FIZIKO Jadranska cesta 19

    1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.fmf.uni-lj.si+386 1 476 65 00

    Erasmus coordinator: dr. Žiga Šmit (Physics)

    +386 1 476 65 [email protected]

    dr. Jaka Smrekar (Mathematics)+386 1 476 65 00 (centr.)

    [email protected]

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  • 56University of Ljubljana

    FAKULTETA ZA POMORSTVO IN PROMET

    Pot pomorščakov 46320 Portorož, Slovenija

    www.fpp.uni-lj.si+386 5 676 71 00

    Erasmus coordinator: Ms. Dušica Frank

    +386 5 676 71 [email protected]

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    FACULTY OF MARITIME STUDIES AND TRANSPORT

    FACULTY OF COMPUTER AND

    INFORMATION SCIENCE

    University of LjubljanaFAKULTETA ZA

    RAČUNALNIŠTVO IN INFORMATIKO

    Večna pot 1131000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.fri.uni-lj.si+386 1 479 80 00

    Erasmus coordinator: dr. Alenka Kavčič

    +386 1 479 82 59 [email protected]

    mag. Ksenija Rozman +386 1 479 82 82

    [email protected]

  • 57University of LjubljanaFAKULTETA ZA

    SOCIALNO DELOTopniška ulica 31

    1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.fsd.uni-lj.si+386 1 280 92 40

    Erasmus coordinator: Mr. Borut Petrovič Jesenovec

    +386 1 280 92 [email protected]

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    FACULTY OF SOCIAL WORK

    FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

    University of Ljubljana FAKULTETA ZA

    STROJNIŠTVO Aškerčeva cesta 6

    1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.fs.uni-lj.si+386 1 477 11 43

    Erasmus coordinator: dr. Mirko Sokovič

    +386 1 477 12 [email protected]

    Faculties and academies

  • 58 University of LjubljanaFAKULTETA ZA SPORT

    Gortanova cesta 221000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.fsp.uni-lj.si+386 1 520 77 00

    Erasmus coordinator: Mr. Jožef Križaj

    +386 1 520 78 [email protected]

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    FACULTY OF SPORT

    FACULTY OF ADMINISTRATION

    University of Ljubljana FAKULTETA ZA UPRAVO

    Gosarjeva 5 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.fu.uni-lj.si+386 1 580 55 00

    Erasmus coordinator: Ms. Marija Sušnik

    +386 1 580 55 [email protected]

  • University of LjubljanaFILOZOFSKA FAKULTETA

    Aškerčeva cesta 21000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.ff.uni-lj.si+386 1 241 10 00

    Erasmus coordinator: Ms. Anja Golec

    +386 1 241 13 [email protected]

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    FACULTY OF ARTS

    FACULTY OF MEDICINE

    University of Ljubljana MEDICINSKA FAKULTETA

    Vrazov trg 21000 Ljubtjana, Slovenija

    www.mf.uni-lj.si+386 1 543 77 00

    Erasmus coordinator: dr. Tomaž Marš

    +386 1 543 70 [email protected]

    Ms. Jerneja Č[email protected]

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  • 60University of Ljubljana

    NARAVOSLOVNOTEHNIŠKA FAKULTETA

    Aškerčeva cesta 121000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.ntf.uni-lj.si+386 1 470 45 00

    Erasmus coordinator:Dr. Klementina Možina

    +386 1 200 32 42 [email protected]

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    FACULTY OF NATURAL SCIENCES

    AND ENGINEERING

    FACULTY OF EDUCATION

    University of LjubljanaPEDAGOŠKA FAKULTETA

    Kardeljeva ploščad 161000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.pef.uni-lj.si+386 1 589 22 00

    Erasmus coordinator: Mr. Igor Repac

    + 386 1 589 23 [email protected]

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    University of LjubljanaPRAVNA FAKULTETA

    Poljanski nasip 21000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.pf.uni-lj.si+386 1 420 31 00

    Erasmus coordinator: dr. Luka Tičar

    +386 1 420 31 [email protected]

    Mag. Darja Rabzelj [email protected]

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    FACULTY OF LAW

    THEOLOGICAL FACULTY

    University of Ljubljana TEOLOŠKA FAKULTETA

    Poljanska cesta 41000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.teof.uni-lj.si+386 1 434 58 10

    Erasmus coordinator: dr. Branko Klun +386 1 434 58 18

    [email protected]

  • University of LjubljanaVETERINARSKA

    FAKULTETA Gerbičeva ul. 60

    1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.vf.uni-lj.si+386 1 477 91 00

    Erasmus coordinator: dr. Jože Starič

    +386 1 477 92 [email protected]

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    VETERINARY FACULTY

    FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES

    University of Ljubljana FAKULTETA ZA

    ZDRAVSTVO Zdravstvena pot 5

    1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija

    www.zf.uni-lj.si+386 1 300 11 11

    Erasmus coordinator: Ms. Barbara Babnik

    +386 1 300 11 [email protected]

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