Bachelor’s degree holders who obtained 180 ECTS credit points are offered the possibility to continue professional study with mentor guidance at the Specialist Graduate Studies of Information Technology or Computing.


Curriculum is entirely suited to part-time students who are employed and aimed at acquiring specialist competencies for a wide spectrum of the most in-demand jobs. Modules in the area of digital entrepreneurship and marketing prepare students for self-employment and entrepreneurship in the domain of today’s increasingly digital economy. Defined specialist modules of the courses and their quotas are as follows:


  • Design and multimedia 30
  • E-business 40
  • E-government 15
  • E-health 15
  • Computer Systems, Computer Networks and Systems 35
  • Software Engineering 35


Total 170


ModulesCoursesQuotaFull-time students
Design and Multimedia3015
IT Systemse-business40
e-government 15
e-health 15
Computer Systems
Computer Networks and Systems3515
Computer Engineering35



Specialist Graduate Professional Study takes four (IV) semesters. After obtaining 120 ECTS credit points and finishing the study, a student receives a degree of Master of Information Technology.


Curriculum for the academic year 2017/18 Full-time study programme


Curriculum for the year 2017/18 Part-time study programme


Admission requirement: completed undergraduate study (180 ECTS).


Enrolment quota is 140 part-time and 30 full-time students; the classes are conducted in accord with defined particular specialist modules tailored to meet the requirements of specialist knowledge that students should acquire upon finishing the study.


The unemployed students have the right to study full-time (2 academic years), while part-time students can choose between full-time and part-time study mode (4 academic years).


Admission process is based on the academic records obtained at undergraduate studies, the admission exam score gained at testing the knowledge of IT and Computing, and the grades in selected subjects required for specialist study.


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


Legal entity400 kunas/point
Self-funded students (natural persons)300 kunas/point
Students who are neither citizens of Croatia nor any other EU member state400 kunas/point





Vrbik 8 (ground floor), 10,000 Zagreb


Working hours (contact with students):

Monday – Thursday from 16:00 to 18:00

Friday from 10:00 to 12:00


Blaženka Lozančić (

Monday – Thursday from 16:00 to 18:00

Friday from 10:00 to 12:00

phone: + 385 (0)1 5603 946


Student Administration Office Head: Danijela Ležaić, social worker, MSc. (

Tuesday – Wednesday – Friday from 10:00 to 12:00

Monday – Thursday from 16:00 to 18:00

phone: + 385 (0)1 5603 945


Students who find the working hours to contact us inconvenient or cannot reach us over the phone (+ 385 (0)1 5603 946) can send us e-mail.