University of Zagreb

The University of Zagreb (1669) is the oldest and biggest university in South-Eastern Europe.

As a comprehensive public Central European university, University of Zagreb offers education and research and in all scientific fields (arts, biomedicine, biotechnology, engineering, humanities, natural sciences and social sciences) and a broad spectrum of courses at all study levels, from undergraduate to postgraduate.

With 29 Faculties, 3 Art Academies and the University Centre for Croatian Studies it is the flagship educational institution in the country, a place where more than 7900 teachers and 72480 students develop knowledge and acquire skills.

The University excels not only in teaching, but also in research, contributing with over 50 percent to the annual research output in Croatia and 80 percent of scientific productivity of all Croatian universities. 

The central strategic issue of the future development of the University of Zagreb is for it to be a research oriented institution with teaching of high quality. Accordingly, the focus will be on master and doctoral programs, encompassing all fields of science and art, boosting transdiciplinarity and interdisciplinarity as well as translational research, nurturing the culture of innovation and transfer of knowledge. This should result in better intersectorial harmonization on local and regional levels.

University of Zagreb is in the process of building a new Campus “Borongaj” which is the biggest investment in Croatian education in the last 150 years, and when it is built (finished) it will be used by more than 20 000 students.

The Campus was officially opened on October 12th 2007 and for now it hosts 4 university units: Centre for Croatian Studies, Faculty of Education and Rehabilitation, Faculty of Traffic Engineering and Faculty of Economics and Business (only vocational study programmes in economics and business). Five other faculties are also planning to relocate to the Campus in the next few years.

Besides the (re)construction of university buildings, Campus will be a home to a sports centre, student residence hall and a number of institutes.

 

Exchange students

Exchange students are students participating in a formal exchange programme between their home university and the University of Zagreb (i.e. Erasmus+, Bilateral agreements, CEEPUS etc.). Exchange students participating in a formal exchange programme are exempted from paying tuition fees.

 

International Students

Year after year, the University of Zagreb welcomes an increasing number of international students into its academic community.

Having in mind the importance of a tolerant and democratic international environment for students' successful learning, scientific and artistic research as well as their personal development, we strongly support and promote international mobility at our University.

With its connections with more than 100 institutions of higher education throughout Europe and other continents, our University offers a warm welcome to all its guests from abroad!

 

Study Programmes / Courses in English

Some faculties of the University of Zagreb offer full degree study programmes in English language, open both to local and international students.

  • Arts
  • Biomedicine
  • Biotechnology
  • Engineering
  • Humanities
  • Natural Sciences
  • Social Sciences

Almost all the faculties / art academies of the University of Zagreb offer a number of courses in English (and other foreign languages) aimed especially at international exchange students.

Please check which courses are available at different university units according to your study field (see below). If you have any questions regarding the courses or you need a more detailed information, please contact the ECTS-coordinators at our University.       

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