Study notices

Coronavirus – guidelines

Publish date: 29.06.2020

University of Ljubljana had to adapt quickly to the new reality caused by COVID-19. We have taken measures to guarantee the safety of all of our students and staff. On 13. 3. 2020, all academic activities moved to online, including examinations. We will proceed with online activities until the end of the summer semester 2019/2020.

You can find all updates on regulations and taken measures concerning Covid-19 on our website.

We are planning to resume face-to-face teaching activities from the beginning of the winter semester 2020/2021.

We will start with the winter semester as planned on 1 October 2020. However, as the global situation changes fast and we are living in uncertain times, it is still possible that some changes might happen regarding teaching and learning during the winter semester.

We kindly ask students, selected to experience Erasmus+ mobility at University of Ljubljana, to inform themselves regularly on the updated measures and regulations at our website and to observe the entry and exit regulations of Slovenia and of their home country to be able to decide in due course whether their envisaged exchange will be feasible.

We hope to receive applications for the winter semester exchange until 31 May 2020, but we will be flexible also after this deadline. We will keep you informed about any possible changes.


Border crossing instructions for students and staff from other countries (29. 5. 2020):


Ordinance on imposing and implementing measures for the prevention of the spread of COVID-19 at border crossings at the external border and at checkpoints at the internal borders of the Republic of Slovenia regulates entry into the country for students and employees of educational and scientific research institutions for daily migrants and for persons from third countries. There are certain exceptions and the required evidence for crossing the state border.

Required evidence for students:

  • valid evidence of admission to study or evidence that the student is performing study obligations at the Academy / Faculty (issued by a member of the University of Ljubljana);
  • evidence of temporary or permanent residence in the Republic of Slovenia;
  • negative test result on SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19), not older than three days (only for persons from third countries);
  • residence permit (only for persons from third country).

Required evidence for employees:

  • employment contract with a member of the University of Ljubljana;
  • evidence of temporary or permanent residence in the Republic of Slovenia;
  • negative test result on SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19), not older than three days (only for persons from third countries);
  • residence permit (only for persons from third country).

Before moving into the student dormitory, students have to fill in the attached Statement and send it to

Students and employees must check the updated list of countries from which persons can enter to the Republic of Slovenia (published at the NIJZ and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs) and which border crossing are open. A student who is, despite the Ordinance, unjustifiably ordered to be quarantined, can contact (Ministry of Health) and explain he/she is a student who belongs under the Ordinance exception.

More information.


Update 18 May 2020:

The Rector’s Resolution dated 14 May 2020 allows, among other things, the conduct of exams with the physical presence of students at the faculty. When conducting a written examination at the faculty, it is necessary to take into account security measures in accordance with the The Rector’s Resolution dated 14 May 2020 and Security measures for ensuring continuous work of UL FE during coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2). The essence of safety measures is to ensure physical distance, washing or disinfecting hands, disinfecting surfaces and equipment, ventilation and use of protective equipment.


Update 7 May 2020:

From and including 11 May 2020, the regulation adopted by the Rector on 22 April 2020 shall enter into force, stipulating that work continues to be carried out at home or without personal contact to the greatest extent possible.

Rector's Regulation 7 May

Rector's Resolution 22 April


We would like to inform you that due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 threat, the Faculty of Electrical Engineering’s officials decided that classes and events at the Faculty are either postponed or carried out on a limited scale from 11 March onwards.

The university administration offices are closed to unannounced personal meetings. Please communicate via telephone 01/4768-209 or e-mail:  and in case of an emergency, make an appointment with the head of each department.

Please fill in all needed documentation leave it at the student's postbox (student office) which is on the ground floor of Building B.

Students must follow the virtual classroom (eFE), where they will receive all the necessary instruction and materials for work.

UL measures on COVID-19 research and related activities

The University of Ljubljana is keeping up with the changes and demands of events associated with the coronavirus. We have prepared an overview of the University of Ljubljana activities related to COVID-19. You can find list of activities HERE, programmes and projects being conducted by the students and staff at the University of Ljubljana that might directly or indirectly help in this situation. We wish you to stay safe and healthy.

University of Ljubljana - general webpage

Rector's message

Faculty of Electrical Engineering – activities regarding coronavirus

  • Electroporation in biology, biotechnology and medicine: Electroporation enables the introduction of pDNA into cells in vitro in vivo, meaning that it can be used in DNA vaccines. DNA vaccines for COVID-19 (and similar outbreaks of disease) could be successfully introduced into the organism and could protect the population from the spread of this virus. Head: Prof. Dr Damijan Miklavčič.
  • Semiconductor electronics: A study is currently being conducted on the feasibility and development of respiration aids for non-critical patients with breathing difficulties and their electronic and IoT support. Head: Prof. Dr Marko Topič.
  • 4PDIH team preapred on-line application »Help in the palm of your hand«. The purpose of the tool is to identify as many free assistance organizations as possible and to connect them with people who need help (e.g. elderly people who are unable to go to the grocery store alone, parents who do not have childcare etc.).


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Due to new cases of coronavirus infections, we issue updated instructions regarding the implementation of the study process at the University of Ljubljana. The directions will be kept up to date with developments. At the University of Ljubljana (UL), the situation is monitored by a special working group led by the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, UL prof. dr. Igor Švab and Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences, UL doc. dr. Andrej Starc. Each UL member has its own coordination teams. 

Health, safety and welfare of all our students and staff is our main priority. We are updating them on regular basis. Our university is monitoring closely the situation and is taking the necessary steps in line with the national regulations.

Regarding the exchange students of the academic year 2019–2020:

We have switched to the online education until further notice. We are still exploring the possibilities for the online evaluation for domestic and foreign students (those who are still in Slovenia and also those who returned to their home countries and will not be able to return when/if the situation changes). All students will be informed once the decision is taken on the university level. They will get credits for all successful courses regardless the evaluation system (online or on-campus).

Regarding the mobility for the academic year 2020–2021:

We are already accepting nominations for the academic year 2020–21 presuming that everything will run smoothly next year. Our nomination deadline is end of April and application deadline 15 May.  Of course we will be flexible and will be accepting nominations and applications also past the deadline, but no later than 31 May 2020 for the first semester. All nominated students will receive instructions for the application procedure as soon as they are nominated.

All regular updates on COVID-19 are posted on our web site.



Where can I get more information?

  • National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ): You can call the National Institute of Public Health information hotline every day between 9 am and 5 pm at 031 646 617. A doctor is available to answer any specific questions.
  • Ministry of Health.
  • Follow the websites and social networks of your Faculty/ Academy and the UL.