Zagreb University of Applied Sciences offers professional studies in electrical engineering, civil engineering, IT & Computing and Mechatronics and we are very glad to accept students and staff nominations from our partner institutions from all over the World.

Students

Incoming mobility for the Zagreb University of Applied Sciences started in 2011/2012 and Zagreb University of Applied Sciences will gladly accept student applications from partner institutions.

 

How to apply:

 

In order to apply for studying at our institution you should contact our Erasmus administrator and fill out the Student Application Form and Learning Agreement. Application deadline for winter semester/full academic year: May 30th. Application deadline for summer semester: November 30th
Zagreb University of Applied Sciences offers professional studies in electrical engineering, civil engineering, IT & Computing and Mechatronics.

Faculty and course catalog
 Faculty Faculty ECTS Coordinator

Course catalog

Informational Technologiesdipl.ing. Bojan Nožica

bojan.nozica@tvz.hr

Bachelor level: link

Masters level: link

Computingdipl.ing. Dunja Knežević Bjelobrk

dunja.bjelobrk@tvz.hr

Bachelor level: link

Masters level: link

Electrical engineeringdipl.ing Sanja Kraljević

sanja.duk@tvz.hr

Bachelor level: link

Masters level: link

Mechanical engineering – Mechatronicsdipl.ing Goran Sirovatka

goran.sirovatka@tvz.hr

Bachelor level: link
Civil EngineeringDr.sc. Sonja Zlatović

sonja.zlatovic@tvz.hr

Bachelor level: link

Masters level: link

Digital forensicsMr.sc. Marinko Žagar

marinko.zagar@tvz.hr

Masters level: link
Digital economyDr.sc. Dalija Kuvačić

dalija.kuvacic@tvz.hr

Masters level: link
Academic calendar 2018/2019

 

 

Winter semester: 1.10.2018 – 23.2.2019.

Orientation days: 27.9.2018. – 28.9.2018.

Summer semester: 01.3.2019 – 13.7.2019.

Welcome days: 26.2.2019. – 05.3.2019.

Whole academic year: 1.10.2018 – 13.7.2019.

Accommodation

If available, student can send the booking request for the dormitory to the Erasmus administrator: due to the large number of incoming students at University of Zagreb, dorm rooms are not available.

 

Alternative accomodation options:

 

Hostels

https://www.hostelworld.com/findabed.php/ChosenCity.Zagreb/ChosenCountry.Croatia

 

Apartments

https://www.crozilla-nekretnine.com/grad-zagreb/stanovi/najam

https://www.homeinzagreb.com/

http://www.gohome.hr/

https://www.njuskalo.hr/

http://www.index.hr/oglasi/najam-stanova/gid/3279

Visa

VISA

 

EU/EEA citizens can enter Croatia with a valid ID/ passport. If staying for more than 3 months, visitors need to register at the Central police station to regulate the residence permit.

 

Citizens of the USA, Australia, Canada, etc. (for full list see Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs) can enter Croatia with a valid passport and then apply for the residence permit in Zagreb. Check with the Croatian embassy in your country of residence which documentation you will need for your application in Zagreb and make sure you take it along when coming to Zagreb.

 

NON-EU/EEA citizens coming from a country that has a visa-regime with the Republic Croatia need to apply for a visa via the Croatian embassy in their home country before departing for Croatia. One CANNOT apply for or extend the visa in Croatia! Please contact the Croatian embassy in your country of residence for more information. Also, visa application process might take up to several weeks or even months so do try to file your application as soon as possible.

 

You might need the originals of your “Invitation letter” for your visa application; if so, please let us know as early as possible so that we can send it to you via mail in time and do also provide a shipping address.

 

Residence permit

RESIDENCE PERMIT

 

EU/SWISS CITIZENS

 

MOBILITY PERIOD LONGER THAN 90 DAYS

 

EU citizens who plan to study in Croatia for more than 90 days are obliged to apply for the approval of the temporary stay for the purpose of studies (dozvola boravka).

 

To apply for the permit you will need to submit the following documents at the Foreigners’ Office, Central Police Station (Odsjek za strance, Policijska uprva Zagrebačka) in Petrinjska ulica 30, HR-10000 Zagreb, WORKING HOURS: 8am – 3:30 pm

 

  • Form1b  https://www.mup.hr/UserDocsImages/Dokumenti/stranci/2013/obrazac_1b.pdf
  • Acceptance letter (in Croatian) from Zagreb University of Applied Sciences
  • 1 photo in colour (35x45mm)
  • Proof of sufficient means of subsistence (statement of bank account, scholarship confirmation and similar
  • Proof of secured accommodation

    – if staying in the student dormitory you are automatically registered in the police system (no additional documents are required by you)

    – in case of private accommodation you will need a lease agreement from your landlord and a proof of ownership (vlasnički list) not older than 6 months

  • Proof of health insurance
  • Original and photocopy of the passport or the identity card

 

WORKING HOURS: 8am – 3:30 pm

 

MOBILITY PERIOD SHORTER THAN 90 DAYS

 

EU citizens are not obliged to apply for the approval for temporary stay or to register their address if they are staying in Croatia shorter than 90 days.

 

NON-EU CITIZENS

 

MOBILITY PERIOD LONGER THAN 90 DAYS

 

Non-EU citizens staying in Croatia for more than 90 days are obliged to apply for the approval of the temporary stay for the purpose of studies (dozvola boravka) within 48 hours of their arrival.

 

To apply for the permit you will need to submit the following documents at the Foreigners’ Office, Central Police Station (Odsjek za strance, Policijska uprva Zagrebačka) in Petrinjska ulica 30, HR-10000 Zagreb, WORKING HOURS: 8am – 3:30 pm

 

  • Form1a  https://www.mup.hr/UserDocsImages/obr1A.pdf
  • Acceptance letter (in Croatian) from Zagreb University of Applied Sciences
  • 1 photo in colour (35x45mm)
  • Proof of sufficient means of subsistence (statement of bank account, scholarship confirmation and similar)
  • Proof of secured accommodation

– if staying in the student dormitory you are automatically registered in the police system (no additional documents are required by you)

– in case of private accommodation you will need a lease agreement from your landlord and a proof of ownership (vlasnički list) not older than 6 months

  • Proof of health insurance
  • Original and photocopy of the passport or the identity card

 

MOBILITY PERIOD SHORTER THAN 90 DAYS

 

Upon your arrival to Croatia and if you are staying in private accommodation (rental apartment or similar), you need to register your address within 48 hours at the Foreigners’ Office, Central Police Station, Petrinjska ulica No. 30 (Odsjek za strance, Policijska uprava Zagrebačka). For the students who are staying at hotels or student halls of residence the address is automatically registered.

 

COST OF THE PERMIT (ADMINISTRATIVE FEE)

 

EU citizens do not have to pay the administration fee. NON-EU citizens need to pay, depending on the mobility programme, 500 HRK or 740 HRK.

Insurance and Healthcare

In case of illness and need of medical care you can visit the TVZ student doctor:

 

Dr. Dajana Malenica

Hirčeva 1

Telephone: +385 1 2304-372

Hours: Even days – morning

Odd days – afternoon

 

If you have EU citizenship, you should have a European Health Insurance Card.

 

You may also have an international health insurance policy, in which case you will need to pay for the examination when you visit a doctor and afterwards you can be refunded from your insurance company for the medical costs.

 

Detailed information about medical treatments and costs can be found on the Croatian Health Insurance Fund web site: http://www.hzzo.hr/en

About Zagreb

Zagreb has culture, arts, music, architecture, gastronomy and all the other things that make a quality capital city made for strolling the streets, drinking coffee in the permanently full cafes, popping into museums and galleries, and enjoying the theatres, concerts and cinema. It’s a year-round outdoor city: in spring and summer everyone goes to Jarun Lake to relax or to Cest is d Best to enjoy street perfomers from all over the word. Winter, during the time of Advent, is simply the best European Christmas market destination to be.

 

Cest is d Best Zagreb multimedia street festival
http://www.cestisdbest.com/engleski/index_engl.html

 

Best Christmas Markets in Europe
https://www.europeanbestdestinations.com/christmas-markets/

 

 

Vlasništvo: turistička zajednica grada Zagreba

url: http://media.infozagreb.hr

Fotograf: J. Duval

About Croatia

In general is one of Europe’s sunniest spots in Europe, easy to reach, affordable and exciting place to be. There are spectacular beaches, incredible national parks, excellent summer festivals, city of Dubrovnik and much more wonderful preserved cities to visit and enjoy. Everything in reach of couple of hours by land or even better, by sea. It has more than 1000 islands each more beautiful than other. Cuisine is something you will remember – Mediterranean, continental or oriental, with plenty of affordable restaurants and street food places.

 

10 reasons why you should visit Croatia

http://www.croatiaweek.com/10-reasons-to-visit-croatia-in-2017/

 

Izvor: Hrvatska turistička zajednica

Autor: Ivo Biočina