Strategies and policy measures at National level to ensure Inclusive Mobility of students with disabilities
Targets for the participation of students with disabilities in credit mobility programmes such as Erasmus+
There is no national level target. Target are set only in the ERASMUS+ 2018 Work Programme of the "Centre of the Republic of Slovenia for Mobility and European Educational and Training Programmes (CMEPIUS)".
See the page of the Slovenian National Agency for more information.
Grants and support services available for local students with disabilities going abroad
Grants and support services available for international students with disabilities
Subsidised student meals and public transport. They can also apply for lodging in the student dorms, there are also extra capacities adapted for students with disabilities.
Students with fewer opportunities
Definition of fewer opportunities
The Higher Education Act (Official Gazette of RS, Nos. 32/12 - official consolidated text, 40/12 - ZUJF, 57/12 - ZPCP-2D, 109/12 , 85/14 , 75/16 , 61/17 - UPS and 65/17 )
(Students with disabilities and special status)
Students with special needs are blind and visually impaired students or students with impaired visual function, deaf and partially deaf students, students with speech-language disabilities, physically handicapped students, long-term ill students, students with autistic disorders and students with emotional and behavioral disorders.
Students with a special status under this Act are students top athletes, students renowned artists and other students who attend (regional) international competitions. Students with a special status are students who during their studies become parents.
Students with disabilities and students with special status are entitled to:
- preferential treatment in the selection process in the case of limited enrollment,
- adapting the implementation of study programs and additional professional assistance in their studies, which can help them advance and complete their studies over time, as envisaged by the study program, while retaining other rights and privileges of students from the first paragraph of Article 69 of this Act.
Procedures and detailed method of exercise of the rights referred to in the preceding paragraph determines the minister responsible for higher education.
National procedures and conditions to be recognised as a student with fewer opportunities and to apply for reasonable adjustments
Specific public support services and/or public grants for students with fewer opportunities?