Only the athletes who comply with the following conditions may take part in a FISU Word University Championship:
- Studying or having graduated the year prior to the competition
- Have the nationality of the country they represent
- Be at least 18 and no older than 25 years of age on 31 December of the year of the event; for 2024, athletes must be born between the 01/01/1999 and the 31/12/2006.
2024 FISU World University Championship Sport Climbing Registration
|8th March 2024
|General Entry deadline
|8th June 2024
|Quantitative Entry deadline
|8th August 2024
|Individual Entry deadline
The countries shall be responsible for their own cost of travel to the nearest official point of entry (approved by FISU) of the Championship and return. The pick-up and drop-off can be organized upon a payment from these airports:
- Ljubljana airport (6FH3+CM Brnik – Aerodrom)
- Venice airport (G83W+VM Venice, Italia)
- Treviso airport (J5XV+XQ Treviso, Italia)
- Pula airport (VWXF+M9 Pula, Croatia)
The competing countries, upon arrival, shall pay their dues for participation fees 80 EUR per night and per person to the Organising Committee (in accordance with Art. 4.3 & 5.4).
- Countries entering in team sports must pay to FISU five months before a deposit per team defined in the technical regulations of the concerned sport;
- Countries entering in individual sports must pay to the Organising Committee three months before a prepayment of 50% of the participation fees for each athlete and official registered; − Upon their arrival each country must pay the remaining balance to the Organising Committee; − The Organising Committee, if it so wishes may receive this payment in its own currency at the official rate of exchange.
Any partial or complete withdrawal unannounced by a NUSF to the Organising Committee and the Championships Department or announced less than two weeks prior to the start of the competition and causing extra costs to the Organising Committee can be charged at the price of 80 EUR/night/person.
It is mandatory for delegations to pay the participation fee to the Organising Committee. If delegations refuse, they are excluded from the competition and will not receive accreditation.
FISU REGISTRATION FEES
FISU shall receive from each competing country the following FISU registration fees:
- Effective member associations of FISU: a single fee of 20 EUR per athlete and official with all membership fees payment in order;
- Other associations: a single fee of 40 EUR per athlete and official;
FISU registration fees will be charged to the NUSF at the end of the Championships season. An invoice per event will be created. Each Head of delegation must sign the invoice related to the participation at the event. By signing this invoice, the Head of Delegation confirm the number of participants of the concerned delegation and acknowledge the receipt of this invoice.
Citizens of the European Union Member States (and of the Member States of the European Economic Area – EEA) may enter the Republic of Slovenia with a valid identity card or a valid passport and do not require a visa or a residence permit. A more favourable treatment for entry and residence is also accorded to their family members.
Third-country nationals must acquire a visa or a residence permit from Slovenia’s diplomatic mission abroad before their arrival in the Republic of Slovenia.
Entry and residence
The methods and conditions of entry into the Republic of Slovenia differ depending on whether the person entering the country is a citizen of a Member State of the European Union, or a third-country national.
EU citizens and their family members
Citizens of the European Union do not need a visa or residence permit to enter the Republic of Slovenia. Entry is permitted on the basis of a valid identity card or a valid passport, irrespective of the reason for entering or the reason for residing in the country – employment, study, self-employment, relocation, etc.
An EU citizen is refused entry if:
- he or she does not hold valid identification documents,
- he or she is prohibited from entering the Republic of Slovenia,
- his or her residence in the Republic of Slovenia would pose a serious and actual threat to public order, security or public health.
Third-country nationals who wish to enter and reside in the Republic of Slovenia for the purposes of tourism, business, personal visit, employment, study, family reunification or other forms or purposes of residence must obtain a visa (if required for entry into Slovenia) or a residence permit at a diplomatic mission or consular post of the Republic of Slovenia abroad prior to their entry into the Republic of Slovenia.
Holders of a short-stay visa (C type) issued by a Schengen country may, during the visa validity period, enter the Republic of Slovenia and stay in its territory, provided that the total length of their stay in Schengen countries does not exceed 90 days in any 180-day period, or until the expiry of the visa, whichever is sooner. The permitted number of days of your stay can be calculated by using this online calculator.
Holders of a long-stay visa (D type) issued by a Schengen country may enter the Republic of Slovenia with this visa and a valid travel document and stay in its territory, provided that the total length of their stay in Schengen countries, except in the territory of the Schengen country that issued the long-stay visa, does not exceed 90 days in any 180-day period, or until the expiry of the long-stay visa, whichever is sooner.
Holders of a residence permit issued by a Schengen country may enter the Republic of Slovenia with this residence permit and a valid travel document and stay in its territory, provided that the total length of their stay in Schengen countries, except in the territory of the Schengen country that issued the residence permit, does not exceed 90 days in any 180-day period, or until the expiry of the residence permit, whichever is sooner.