Taking part in an Erasmus+ exchange program can be one of the greatest experiences in a student’s academic career!
ERASMUS experience compliments the academic knowledge gained with opportunities for personal development and help students to acquire skills needed for today’s job market.
The Student Guidebook will help to ensure that you make the most of your Erasmus experience! It will explain to you the different opportunities to go abroad and your rights and obligations as an Erasmus+ student. It will also give you guidance on what and when you need to prepare to get full recognition of your studies abroad!
Brochure for Erasmus+ exchange students arriving to GEA College
We would like to welcome all students who would like to come to GEA College – Faculty of Entrepreneurship and GEA College – Centre of Higher Vocational Schools and share some important information with you.
Please read our Brochure for Erasmus+ exchange students and obtain important information about:
- GEA College
- Course of study
- Living expences
- Residential permit
- Health insurance
THE ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME AT GEA COLLEGE IS IN ENGLISH, BUT IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO LEARN SLOVENE ALSO, PLEASE CHECK HERE SPECIAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE Intensive Course of Slovene for Erasmus+ Students
Each student must send the following forms to the international office:
- Application form with requested documents
- Learning agreement , Guidelines
After we receive your application we organize a Skype interview with each incoming student.
ERASMUS+ program is organized for incoming students only once a year, in the winter semesters
For winter semester – at the latest by July, 31 (The winter semester for ERASMUS+ students will start on 2 October 2017 and will conclude until 9 February 2018 the latest (exam period). Introduction day will be held on Monday, 2.10.2017.)
Introduction day is organized for the new incoming students. Students are asked to arrive on time to participate at the introduction/orientation day, which is especially organized for them.
GEA College has no student dorms in Ljubljana. Students have to find an appropriate accommodation in one of the private apartments or youth hostels by themselves. The monthly rent costs around 150 – 300 EUR. International office sends to the accepted international students more information about this.
Courses offered to the students
What incoming ERASMUS+ students say about experience at GEA College?
Mrs Maja Peharc, ERASMUS+ institutional coordinator
Tel.: +386 1 5881 327
Mrs Neža Jurčevič, study affairs office for international students
Tel.: +386 1 5881 349
More information and useful links