Please see our brochure for some basic information regarding incoming student mobilities. Below you will find the application and the most recent Course catalogue.
Erasmus+ students, staff and teachers recieve financial support for the mobility. B2 Ljubljana School of business does not guarantee accommodation for participants of mobilities. However, we can provide suggestions and we strongly advise you start looking for accommodation (especially students, looking for a longer stay) well in advance - at least 2 months prior to mobility, if you are looking for a good deal.
Below, there are some more information for the incoming Erasmus students.
Here are some ideas, where to look for an accommodation. Keep in mind that Ljubljana is a small city, quite well organized regarding public transport (bus and city bikes). Our school is situated in the Vič neighbourhood, close to the city centre. You can either find an appartment / room over a dedicated page or in a hostel.
Hostel Tresor - right in the city centre
Hostel Simbol - very basic, close to school
Private Student Homes and Dormitories
You can also apply for a bed in student houses. They are given to students on "first come first serve" basis. The rooms in the houses are usually double, with shared facilities.
Vič student house really close to school, must book well in advance
http://dd-vic.si/, write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Around EUR 200 per month per person in single room
around EUR 150 per month per person in double room
Poljane student house in the city center- page in Slovene language, consult Google translate
write to email@example.com
Around EUR 300 per month per person in single room
around EUR 250 per month per person in double room
around EUR 200 per month per person in triple room
FINANCIAL SUPPORT (non EU STUDENTS)
Erasmus+ students receive financial support as follows:
EUR 800 per month
Exchange students receive a monthly scholarship on their account and can spend the funds as per their choice.
This is settled in the Grant agreement. Students are entitled to this scholarship on the basis of the agreement and do not need to provide any invoices in order to receive the grant.
TRAVEL COSTS REFUND
Travel costs are limited to the following amounts (depending on the country):
180€ BiH - Slovenia - BiH
275€ Montenegro - Slovenia - Montenegro
275€ Ukraine - Slovenia – Ukraine (320€ for green travel)
275€ Albania - Slovenia – Albania (320€ for green travel)
360€ Georgia – Slovenia – Georgia
820€ United Arab Emirates – Slovenia – United Arab Emirates
Travel costs include transport from home county (city) to the LSB (Ljubljana, Slovenia) and back.
For transport to mobility and return home, invoices for the purchase of tickets (plane, train, taxi, bus, …) need to be provided. In the case of transport by car, the kilometers travelled are charged at a price of 0.43€/km, attach an invoice for any vignettes and toll payments.
Common costs, NOT COVERED by the Erasmus+ program:
Accommodation during the exchange
The participant receives the first part (usually 80%) of scholarship before leaving for mobility. The rest is transferred to the student’s account after the mobility is completed. Travel expenses are paid according to the invoice and attached documents (invoices, tickets, etc.) Please make sure you save the receipts for transport, highway tolls, insurance etc.
All funds are transferred to the participant's account and cannot be withdrawn in cash. In Slovenia, it is common to use payment cards and withdraw cash at ATMs.
APPROXIMATE MONTHLY COSTS
The cost of living in Slovenia should only be used as a guide (prices are per month).
|150 € - 250 € (private accomodation, student house)
|mostly photocopies (0,05 €/copy)
|200 € (subsidized meals: average 3 €/meal)
|20 €/month (Urbana bus card); up to 30 € for a used bicycle
|App. 550-600 €/month
All students with student card are entitled to subsidised meals in most restaurants around Ljubljana and a subsidized bus ticket. In order to be able to use these benefits, you need to have a student card or your enrolment certificate, your ID/passport and your mobile phone (with Slovenian sim card).
Students in Slovenia get a lot of discounts for their activities. Sports are really popular and you can get really cheap sport courses, cheap visits to fitness, volleyball, football or other activities. Also, non-sport activities are discounted, like language courses, photography courses etc.