"I would rather own a little and see the world, than own the world and see a little."

Alexander Sattler

Housing and cost of living

B2 Higher Vocational College does not guarantee accommodation. However, there are some options that you can use to find your own accommodation:

1. Private accommodation

All available accommodation is located within the public transportation zone. You may check in advance the following web pages:


2. Private Student Houses

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 bathroom and shared kitchen. The access to internet is available in all the houses.



3. How much does it cost to live and study as a student in Slovenia?

The cost of living in Slovenia should only be used as a guide (prices are per month).

ACCOMODATION 150 € - 250 € (private accomodation, student house)
STUDY MATERIAL mostly photocopies (0,05 €/copy)
FOOD 200 € (subsidized meals: average 3 €/meal)
CITY TRANSPORTATION 20 €/month (Urbana bus card); up to 30 € for a used bicycle
TOTAL App. 550-600 €/month

All students with student card are entitled to subsidised meals in most restaurants around Ljubljana. In order to be able to use these subsidies, 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.