Access requirements

Secondary school graduates dancing a quadrille in the streets of Ljubljana. Photo: UKOM archive

Access requirement to academic and single masters’ study programmes is the general matura examination, or the vocational matura examination plus an additional exam from one general matura subject. Access requirement to higher professional study programmes is the matura examination, the vocational matura examination or the final examination under the four-year secondary school or equivalent programme.

The general access requirement for masters’ study programmes is a completed first cycle study programme. Specific access requirements are determined by individual study programmes – corresponding fields of study must be determined, while candidates who graduated from other fields of studies are required to acquire from 10 to 60 additional bridging ECTS, depending on the difference between the fields of studies. The general access requirement to doctoral study programmes is a completed second cycle study programme.

In case of certain study programmes specific requirements are demanded which may include a test of talent of artistic skills or psychophysical abilities (sports).