Tuition and fees

Enrolment and tuition fees are approved by the Management Board and published in the official pricelist of the University of Primorska. The pricelist is published on the website of the University and websites of the respective faculties.

Full-time study

Students pay a registration/enrolment fee for each subsequent year of study. Enrolment fee for first enrolment  in the programme is 43,12 EUR, for enrolment in subsequent years the student pays 41,76 EUR.

Tuition fee is paid by:

  • students of non-EU countries, excluding persons granted international protection, applicants for international protection and persons from countries with which the Republic of Slovenia has concluded bilateral agreement (Slovenia has concluded bilateral agreements with Bosnia and Hercegovina, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo and Serbia) and foreign citizens with permanent residence in the Republic of Slovenia if themselves or at least one of their parents or guardians is a taxpayer in Slovenia;
  • all students with already acquired equivalent degree of education regardless of citizenship.

 Tuition fees for academic year 2020/2021 for 

  • Academic Bachelor's programme in Management (in English language) is 4.500,00 EUR
  • Master's programme in Management (in slovenian and English language) is 2.500,00 EUR
  • Master's programme in Economics and finance (in Slovenian language) is 4.000,00 EUR

 Tuition fees for academic year 2021/2022 for 

  • Academic Bachelor's programme in Management (in English language) is 3.500,00 EUR
  • Master's programme in Management (in slovenian and English language) is 4.000,00 EUR
  • Master's programme in Economics and finance (in Slovenian language) is 5.000,00 EUR

Students who advance to higher year regularly have the right to finish their study under conditions, prevailing at the entry, including tuition fees. 

 

Part time study

Students pay a registration/enrolment fee for each subsequent year of study. Enrolmen fee for first enrolment  in the programme is 43,12  EUR, for enrolment in subsequent years the student pays 41,76 EUR.

All students enrolled in part-time study pay tuition fee regardless if they are from EU countries or non-EU countries.

Tuition fees for academic year 2020/2021 for 

  • Master's programme in Economics and finance (in English language) is 7.000,00 EUR

Tuition fees for academic year 2021/2022 for 

  • Academic Bachelor's programme in Management (in English language) part-time is 3.000,00 EUR
  • Master's programme in Economics and finance (in English language) is 5.000,00 EUR
  • Master's programme in Political Science - international relations and economic diplomy (in English language) is  5.000,00 EUR

Students who advance to higher year regularly have the right to educate and finish their study under conditions, prevailing at the entry, including tuition fees.

 

Important!
The tuition fee does not include the mandatory health insurance for foreign students. This has to be settled before the start of study.

 

Unregistered students

Students who become unregistered students pay fees in accordance with the price list.

An unregistered student referred to in the second and fourth indents of Article 171 of the UP Statute may complete all academic obligations under the same conditions as a person with the status of a student for a period of one year from the day he first lost his student status.

After the expiration of one year from the termination of the student status, he pays for sitting an exam in the amount of EUR 40.56 for each exam (regardless of the previous number of examinations).

If the student does not meet the conditions required to take the exam (obligations set out in the curriculum: eg completed tutorials, seminair paper etc.), he is charged the cost of completing the obligation of the course by multiplying the number of credits for the course by the credit score according to the price list for unregistered students.

The value of 1 credit point for calculating the price for an individual course for unregistered students (in accordance with paragraph 2 of Article 16 of the Rules on contributions and evaluation of costs at UP) is 90,00 EUR for the academic bachelor's programme in Management (in English).

 

Graduation fee

A student who has completed all academic obligations except bachelor's thesis and has interrupted his / her studies for more than two years and wishes to complete his / her studies must, in accordance with the UP Statute, apply to the Student Affairs Commission to complete his / her studies.

In addition to the cost of issuing the decision of continuance, which amounts to EUR 48.00 (point 2.f of the Price List of other study contributions and contributions for other individual services), the student also pays the graduation fee for unregistered students.

An unregistered student referred to in the second and fourth indents of Article 171 of the UP Statute, may complete all academic obligations under the same conditions as a person with the status of a student for a period of one year from the day he first lost his student status.

After the expiration of one year from the termination of the student status, the student pays a contribution for the preparation and defense of the bachelor's thesis in the amount of 240.00 EUR for the academic bachelor's programme in Management. 

The graduation fee can be payed in two installments, but must be payed in full before the presentation of the thesis.

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