The EducationUSA Advising Center in Ljubljana is a great resource for information on how to study in the United States. The trained advisers at EducationUSA can help you answer many questions, including:
- Who can apply?
- How to find the best colleges for you?
- Information about America’s best colleges and universities
- When and where to file applications?
- What kind of tests are the applicants required to take? What level of English language ability is required?
- Where can I get materials and support for preparing to take the tests?
- When should I apply to universities in the United States? …and many, many more questions!
- How to finance your U.S. education (“Can I afford to study in the USA?”). Financial Aid: Ad Futura, EducationUSA, State, Zois, and other scholarships available.
The EducationUSA Advising Center in Ljubljana offers the following services:
- Access to a brand new library filled with books regarding study in the U.S.
- Materials in the library include catalogs of university programs, study guides for standardized tests, information on financial aid, books on the application process, and many more resources you can’t find anywhere else in Slovenia!
- Workstations with access to internet resources regarding study in the U.S.
- Trained professionals who can advise or help you find the information you need to study in the U.S.
EducationUSA Advising Center in Ljubljana hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 9:00 to 12:00. On Wednesday from 9:00 to 16:00.
Admissions TestsMost colleges and universities in the United States require standardized testing for undergraduate admissions. Admissions requirements vary, so be sure to confirm which test(s) you need with the institutions that interest you.
ACT: a curriculum-based multiple-choice assessment that tests reading, English, mathematics, and science, with an optional essay section. The ACT is widely accepted at accredited two and four-year colleges and universities in the United States, and hundreds of institutions around the world.
SAT: a test that measures critical reading, writing, and mathematical abilities. The SAT Subject Tests measure knowledge in specific subject areas. The SAT is widely accepted at accredited two and four-year colleges and universities in the United States, and hundreds of institutions around the world.
Bulletins of information with application forms for these tests (except for the LSAT) are available at the advising center.
More information about the admissions tests can be found on the center’s website.
Colleges and Universities in the U.S.
For further information about visas, please visit our Student Visa page.