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As soon as you receive student status you are justifiable to work as a student. You must enroll in student service. In Maribor, there are two student services E Študentski servis and Študentski servis Maribor. Below, you can find a table with locations of student services and their office hours:

Location Office hours Contact number
Žitna ulica 12 Mon. – Fri.: 10.00 – 14.00 02/320 55 38
Orožnova ulica 8 Mon. – Fri.: 8.00 – 16.00  02/251 94 91
Maribor Gregorčičeva ulica 23 Mon. – Fri.:  7.30 – 17.00  02/229 09 00
Slovenska ul. 15 Mon.-fri.: 8:00-15:00 tel:+38622302923

You can enroll online or by visiting any of services mentioned up. For online registration you should follow their website procedure. Before registration you will need next documents:

  • ID document
  • Bank account number
  • Uniform citizen identification number (EMŠO the number that starts with your birth dates).
  • Slovene TAX ID number (issued by tax administration office anywhere in Slovenia)
  • Confirmation of enrollment or confirmation of studies.

You can search for a work at websites of student services. There are mainly two websites for students in Maribor. You can find them below.

Študentski servis Maribor
E študentski servis

After you find a suitable job, you should ask one of student services for work referral. Work referral is a list of paper that allows you to work as a student. Salary varies from company to company and you should discuss about it with the staff of company. Note that your gross salary also depends on the country of your origins. Citizens of some foreign countries do not need to pay a special tax for student work due to bilateral agreement between countries.

There is a tax calculator available for all the countries. You can find it on: . All you have to do is to type the country of your origins and Bruto salary. System will automatically recognize if your country has bilateral agreement with Slovenia. After it will also calculate your net salary.

If your country has an bilateral agreement with Slovenia you will need Kido 12 form to obtain the 22,5% taxation back to your bank account.

EXAMPLE: After the work is finished you receive 100 euros gross salary. There are two taxation your gross salary will go through.

15,5% PIZ; your eraning after is 84,50 euros

22,5% payment of income tax; your earning after is 65,88 euros.

If your country has bilateral agreement signed you will receive 22,5% of taxation back to your bank account after Študentski servis fulfils form Kido 12. The form can be filled after you receive salary.

After you receive form Kido 12 you should carry it to the closest financial office. Within the form, you will also need study certificate and proof of residence from the country of origins.

Regular students who are planning their stay longer than a year should regularize residency status. If you spend more than 183 days in Slovenia in any year you can ask to regularize residency status.


University of Maribor follows strategic goals from 2021-2030

​In scientific research and art, the University of Maribor will pursue the following strategic goals, in accordance with the Development Strategy of the University of Maribor 2021-2030:

  • Sustainable, socially responsible, and high-quality development of sciences and arts, research fields and subfields that the University is developing, while considering the smart specialization principles, emphasising tackling societal challenges.
  • Achievement of scientific and artistic excellence in all activity fields of University’s research and artistic groups, complying with Leiden manifesto’s principles.
  • Establishment of the University’s Technology Innovation Centre to enable efficient central infrastructural support to scientific research and innovation processes and the technological transfer of knowledge to the environment.
  • The pursuit of stable systemic financing of the University’s research and artistic work and establishing comparable conditions for a high-quality research environment will allow a balanced development of all university members.
  • Strengthening creative interdisciplinary research teams in key research focus areas.
  • Implementation of open access to scientific documents, data, and research results and public research infrastructure. ​

The university’s principle is the commitment to excellence in research and international comparability in wider research space.