The preventive systematic examination is mandatory for all first-year students of any undergraduate study program. In Slovenia, the preventive systematic examination is free for students, but only until they reach the age of 26, or until the end of the academic year in which they turn 26 years old.
Students are referred to the preventive systematic examination by their faculty.
The systematic examination performed by the Student Health Center (ZDŠ) serves as the mandatory medical examination which students must obtain before starting work through a student work agency (študentski servis). Students with full-time employment are not entitled to free systematic examinations.
At the Student Health Centre (ZDŠ), it is possible to get vaccinated against tick-borne encephalitis, hepatitis B and HPV infection.
The Student Health Centre does not offer vaccinations against rabies. Please contact the National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ) if you need to get vaccinated.