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Slovenia

National Information Centres

Ministrstvo za izobraževanje, znanost in šport, ENIC-NARIC center
Ministry of Education, Science and Sport, ENIC-NARIC centre

Masarykova cesta 16,
1000 Ljubljana,
SI Slovenia

Phone: +386 1 478 46 00, +386 1 478 47 45
Fax: +386 1 478 47 19
E-mail: enicnaric-slovenia.mvzt@gov.si
Website: https://www.gov.si/en/state-authorities/ministries/ministry-of-education-science-and-sport/about-us/higher-education-directorate/enic-naric-center/
Head of Centre: Ms. mag. Alenka Lisec, Head of Office

Ministrstvo za izobraževanje, znanost in šport
Ministry of Education, Science and Sport

Link(s): Slovene, English
NAKVIS (Nacionalna agencija Republike Slovenije za kakovost v visokem šolstvu)

Link(s): Slovene, English

Education in Slovenia

Link(s): Slovene, English, English

About higher education

Link(s): Slovene, English

Ministry of Education, Science and Sport, Higher Education Directorate

Link(s): Slovene
Slovenian Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education

Link(s): Slovene

Framework

Slovenian qualification framework

Link(s): Slovene, English

Self-Certification

Slovenian Referencing Report
Referencing the Slovenian Qualifications Framework to the European Qualifications Framework for Lifelong Learning and the Qualifications Framework for the European Higher Education Area

Link(s): Slovene, English

Slovenian Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education

Link(s): Slovene, English

Assessment of education

Link(s): Slovene, English
Recognition of education - for continuing education

Link(s): Slovene, English
Regulated professions

Link(s): Slovene
Recognition of qualification

Link(s): Slovene, English

Responsible organisation

Higher Education Directorate

Link(s): Slovene, English

Information on DS (legislation, template, chart, etc)

Diploma supplement

Link(s): Slovene, English

The access requirement for academic and single cycle master’s study programmes

The access requirement for academic and single cycle master’s study programmes is a matura examination, a final examination prior to 1 June 1995, or a vocational matura examination plus an additional examination in one general matura subject.

The access requirement for higher professional study programmes
The access requirement for higher professional study programmes is a matura examination, a vocational matura examination or a final examination from a four-year secondary school or equivalent programme.

Information on upper secondary examinations 2020; COVID -19 situation
Upper secondary graduates will receive a final diploma in Republic of Slovenija on 13.7.2020 (school leaving certificate of completed Matura). Students also received a final year certificate (completed final year of upper secondary education) on 25.5.2020. Every student, who will complete Matura this year, will be aligable for admission to higher education studies in the Republic of Slovenija.

Upper secondary education in Slovenia

Link(s): Slovene, English

Integration of immigrants into education system

Link(s): Slovene, English

Slovenia has no national information source or verification service that can be used by the public for verification of credentials. A citizen or other centre/organization can address directly to the issuing educational institution.

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