It is a small country (20,273 km2) with only 2 million of hospitable people. We have been a part of the European Union since 2004. Ljubljana is the capital of country and it is situated right in the centre of the country.
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If you arrive before July or after September, we will try to arrange a private room in an apartment with shared utilities (kitchen, bathroom, etc.)
If you arrive between July and September you will stay at a student dormitory with shared bedroom and utilities. It is a great place to meet a lot of new people!
If you would prefer to find accommodation by yourself, you can find some useful links below. Please let us know if you will find accommodation by yourself so we will not make any unnecessary reservations. Thank you!
Our coordinator will stay in touch with you by e-email till your arrival.
We know that internship is important but beside work there is a lot of fun things going on in Slovenia.
During the week we meet at least once for a drink somewhere in Ljubljana. Every week a different bar, why not.
We organize a lot of different activities, especially during the weekends. Slovenia is known for its amazing nature so we often go hiking to the mountains, walking through the forest, swimming in beautiful lakes and sea. We do typical trips to the most touristic places like Bled, Postojna cave, Piran and so on.
Beside nature we also explore Slovenia's culture, food and drinks.
During the summer you are never bored because you can find a lot of festivals not only in Ljubljana and Maribor but also in all bigger cities around Slovenia. If you like music, no problem, thousands of music festivals featuring all kinds of music happen around Slovenia. Do you like to taste local cuisine? Guess what, you will find wine, beer or food festivals everywhere.
The general procedure which an intern or a student has to abide for the tax return is described below.
A student or an intern closes their bank account one week before the end of their internship. The documents you need at the beginning: a) your passport, b) a copy of your passport, c) tax residence permit. The tax residence permit is usually issued by the Ministry of Internal Affairs.