The main goal of the Undergraduate Study of Computing is to educate prospective engineers to independently do the jobs of maintaining, administering and designing computer systems, small networks, IT systems and applications and using them as tools. The study programs comprise the latest trends in the field of computing which are grounded on the best practice of respectable international professional organisations and renown studies – all these upgraded by practical knowledge acquired directly form the employers.


Apart from the area of the computer systems and networks engineering, the course of Software Engineering is particularly outstanding which, as computing itself, is permanently being developed and we continually introduce new modules and invest into teaching materials development in accordance with new trends. The interest of the candidates is exceptionally great so in the recent years the enrolment quota of students has been reached during the summer term enrolment; a large number of students start working in the field while still studying.


The main goal of the Study is to educate prospective engineers to do the jobs of maintaining, administering and designing computer systems, small networks, IT systems and applications as well as using them as tools.


The teaching contents are structured so that the first academic year includes common modules for all the courses, and only at the second academic year the students choose and specialise in one of the following two courses:


Computer Systems and Networks Engineering

  • educates and trains students to design and maintain computer systems and networks


Software Engineering

  • educates and trains students to develop software and maintain complex applications and software tools


Over the years the study programme has been adjusted to new trends of the profession in consultation with the teachers, prominent experts, employers, but also to meet the needs of the students.


Undergraduate Professional Study in Computing takes three (III) academic years divided in six (VI) semesters. Upon obtaining 180 ECTS credit points and finishing the Study, a student receives a degree of Bachelor (baccalaureus/baccalaurea) of Engineering in Computing.


Both full-time and part-time study programmes have entirely the same curriculum. The only difference is in the time-table, since part-time study is suited to the students who are employed.


As it is a professional study, it has few general subjects (10) – mathematics, physics, foreign language and physical education, and 25 specialised subjects – 13 compulsory and 12 optional in the third academic year. The classes are held in 16 computer labs, while percentage of practical classes is 20% higher than those of lectures.



Enrolment quota is 80 students including the following evaluation criteria*:


Secondary school grades40%
Compulsory part of the State Matura
   – Croatian language B level0%
   – Mathematics A level40%
   – English language A level10%
Optional part of the State Matura
    – Informatics or Physics10%


*Direct enrolment is assured by excellent results achieved in competitions.


Enrolment quota for part-time students is 80. The classes are held in the afternoon and only exceptionally on Saturdays. Admission process includes the evaluation of the success obtained in the secondary school/the State Matura and relevant work experience.


Tuition fee per ECTS credit point for part-time students:


Legal entity200 kunas/point
Self-funded students (natural persons)200 kunas/point
Self-funded students (natural persons) who meet the conditions for privileged status related to the Croatian War of Independence150 kunas/point
Students who are neither citizens of Croatia nor any other EU member state250 kunas/point

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