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: Students: 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 1st Application formLearning Agreement for studiesLearning agreement for traineeship
Staff: If you wish to do your STT/STA mobility at our institution please contact our Erasmus coordinator. Academic info:
Zagreb University of Applied Sciences offers professional studies in electrical engineering, civil engineering, IT & Computing and Mechatronics. Avalilable courses:Undergraduate professional study in electrical engineeringUndergraduate professional study in civil engineeringUndergraduate Professional Study in InformaticsUndergraduate professional study in mechatronicsUndergraduate professional study in computingPolytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Civil EngineeringPolytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Informatics EngineeringPolytechnic graduate professional study programme specialization in Electrical Engineering
Accommodation: Student accommodation is provided for all incoming Erasmus students at the Zagreb University of Applied Sciences, thus incoming students should e-mail their accommodation requests to our Erasmus administrator (see Contact). Student accommodation is provided by The Student Centre in Zagreb (“Studentski Centar“) – accommodation consists of two two-bedroom suites that share one bathroom - male and female accommodation is strictly separate - incoming Erasmus students are usually allocated to the designated international students’ pavilion - upon request, incoming Erasmus students can also be allocated to regular accommodation with Croatian students - upon request, groups of incoming Erasmus students (2 or more) arriving to Croatia together can be accommodated in the same or next-door room(s) - accommodation price is 730 Croatian kuna (ca 100 euro) - student accommodation is available between 1. September and 15. July
Before arrival to Zagreb, students who will be staying in dorms need to do their regular medical check up and bring the doctors document with them. Upon the arrival, all incoming students need to go to the police station where they will get their residence permits. In order to get a residents permit, students need to have: invitation letter, copy of ID card or passport, European health insurance card; confirmation of Erasmus scholarship from their institution or a bank statement showing enough funds for living expenses, confirmation of accommodation (students staying in dorms will get the card when checked in, others should ask their landlords for the confirmation of accommodation). Once students have their residence permit, they need to go to the tax office in order to obtain ID number (OIB).
About Zagreb: Zagreb is capital of Croatia. It is an old city with a long cultural, educational and scientific history. Zagreb as we know it today rose out of two medieval settlements, Gradec and Kaptol located on neighbouring hills. The first written mention Zagreb dates from 1094, when a diocese was founded on Kaptol. About 150 years later, in 1242, Gradec was proclaimed a free and royal city. In the mid 16th century Zagreb was first mentioned as the capital of Croatia, while in 1776 the government seat relocated from Varaždin to Zagreb. In 1850 Zagreb became a single administrative unit, its’ first major was Josip Kamauf, former magistrate of Gradec. Just 30 years later a great earthquake demolished a large portion of the city, however as destructive as it was, the earthquake sparked off the reconstruction and modernization of many buildings. Today, Zagreb is a place of business, education, culture, art and fun. It offers something for everyone – parks, museums, stores, farmers markets, restaurants, bars… Its Croatia’s largest city, yet, with population of one million it’s a fairly small city and one can easily find his way around.