Beneficiaries of international protection are entitled to the same rights regarding pre-school, primary, secondary, higher and adult education as nationals. They are also entitled to state scholarships and accommodation in student dormitories under the same conditions as nationals. Asylum-seeking children enjoy unimpeded access to the education system (see Reception Conditions: Access to Education) and are, therefore, normally already enrolled in the education system before they are granted international protection status.
Elementary and high schools are free for beneficiaries of international protection that are children (same as for nationals). Elementary school for adults is also free of charge. On the other hand, high school for adults requires tuition. Universities are mostly free in Slovenia.
Costs related to recognition and assessment of education attained abroad is covered by the UOIM. In case the attained education cannot be proven with documentation, a system for official testing is set up in a Decree.
Furthermore, beneficiaries of international protection are entitled to a free Slovenian language course of 300 hours, which can be extended for further 100 hours, subject to approval of the UOIM.
Special needs of asylum-seeking children are taken into consideration in the same way as for Slovenian students.
 Article 101(1) IPA.
 Article 101(2) IPA.
 Article 101(3)-(4) IPA.
 Articles 23-42 and 34 Decree on the methods and conditions for ensuring the rights of persons with international protection.
 Article 103 IPA and Article 49 Decree on the methods and conditions for ensuring the rights of persons with international protection.