To enter university, British students normally need three GCE A-level exams (General Certificate of Education Advanced level) or the equivalent. Universities and colleges of higher education also count A-level grades in terms of points. See UCAS tariffs to find out more.
Yes, you can. However, you should be aware that there is no official list of how UK grades or tariff points compare with other countries’ qualification; each university or college will decide whether or not your qualifications meet the entry requirements for its courses.
You can contact the National Academic Recognition Information Centre (NARIC) at the Slovene Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology for guidance.
Yes, you can.
Yes. Most British students apply when they are still at school, and the same rule applies for international students. When filling in the application form, you have to give details of your education so far.
Usually not, but in some cases they may ask you to do a special assignment, e.g. writing an essay. If you're applying for an art and design course, you'll normally be expected to produce a portfolio of your work. For music and drama courses you might have to attend an audition.
Yes, usually. A foundation course is often an entry requirement for degrees in art and design. The course lasts one year and prepares you in as many aspects of art and design as possible. It can also be the first year of a degree course, making it four years instead of three.