Engineering

Faculty of Architecture

CONTACT AND ADDRESS

University of Zagreb Faculty of Mining, Geology, and Petroleum Engineering
Pierottijeva 6
HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: +385 1 55 35 702
Fax: +385 1 48 36 053
E-mail: dekanat@rgn.hr
Website: http://www.rgn.unizg.hr/

FACTS & FIGURES

DEPARTMENTS: 7
CHAIRS: 1
TEACHING STAFF: 93
NON-TEACHING STAFF: 62
STUDENTS: 855

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Ms Željka Kurelec
@: zeljka.kurelec@remove-this.rgn.hr

Asst. Professor Ema Jurkin, PhD, ECTS coordinator
@: ema.jurkin@rgn.hr

INSTITUTIONAL PROFILE

The Faculty of Mining, Geology, and Petroleum Engineering of the University of Zagreb is among the leading engineering faculties in Croatia, with approximately 800 undergraduates and 60 postgraduates. It developed from the Chair and the Department of Mineralogy and Geology, which was active from the very beginning as a part of the Royal Technical College, established in 1918.
The Faculty educates experts in the area of technical sciences as well as in the area of natural sciences. It develops both areas educationally, scientifically and professionally.  It also cooperates with the largest domestic companies as well as with similar institutions abroad, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Austria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Norway, Poland, Romania, the United States, Slovakia, and Slovenia.

RESEARCH ORIENTATION

The main research projects are in the field of technical sciences – mining engineering, geological engineering and petroleum engineering, and in the field of natural sciences within geosciences – geology of mineral resources and exploration geophysics.
The Faculty coordinates or participates in national projects and in a number of bilateral and multilateral international projects within different programmes.

PROGRAMME EMPHASIS

The programme stresses the need for a strong foundation in Mathematics and Physics, followed by a thorough coverage of basic engineering such as Mechanics, as well as Soil, Rock and Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics and Applied Geology, Mineralogy, Geophysics and Geodesy.
In the later years students are given specialised courses in various disciplines of geotechnology (mining and petroleum engineering) or applied geosciences (geology and geological engineering). In this way, graduate students have the opportunity to choose the specialisation in one of the areas defined by nine graduate study courses.
Field work is an important form of studying at the Faculty. The chosen sites are situated in Croatia as well as abroad, on land and at sea, on the surface and under it.
The postgraduate doctoral programme of mining, petroleum engineering, geology and geological engineering includes courses during the first year and research, laboratory work and tutorials during the second and third years. Part-time students are accepted in the programme but with the doubled duration of study.

CAREER PROSPECTS

Mining engineers generally work in companies dealing with mining or geotechnical operations, water works, blasting activities or land reclamation procedures. Geology graduates will find employment in exploration companies, consultancies or laboratories, also in the geophysical exploration and drilling activities and in the local administration, nature reserves and national parks. Geological engineers will perform engineering-geological exploration and hydrogeology-related research in the communal and public companies and in the private sector as well. Petroleum engineers will find employment in all types of activities connected to the exploration, production, transport and storage of oil and gas, deep drilling, energy production and distribution, as well as in the management of fossil fuels resources.

STUDY PROGRAMMES

UNDERGRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

BACHELOR’S STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Mining Engineering

6

180

Croatian

Geological Engineering

6

180

Croatian

Petroleum Engineering 

6

180

Croatian

GRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

MASTER’S STUDY PROGRAMMES

 DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Mining Engineering

4

120

Croatian

Geology

4

120

Croatian

Geological Engineering

4

120

Croatian

Petroleum Engineering 

4

120

Croatian

 

DOCTORAL STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION

(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION

Applied Geosciences, Mining and Petroleum Engineering

6

180

Croatian


STUDY COURSES IN ENGLISH

 

 

Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology

CONTACT AND ADDRESS

University of Zagreb Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology
Marulićev trg 19
HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: + 385 1 45 97 281
Fax: +385 1 45 97 260
E-mail: office@remove-this.pierre.fkit.hr
Website: http://www.fkit.hr

FACTS & FIGURES

DEPARTMENTS: 16
CHAIR: 1
TEACHING STAFF: 115
NON-TEACHING STAFF: 60
STUDENTS: 1186

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Associate Professor Zvjezdana Findrik Blažević, PhD, ECTS coordinator
@: zfindrik@remove-this.fkit.hr

Professor Marko Rogošić, PhD, Vice-Dean
@: mrogosic@remove-this.fkit.hr

INSTITUTIONAL PROFILE

The Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology was founded in 1919, as the first Department of Chemical Engineering in Croatia – a part of the Technical Institute Zagreb, with the aim of carrying out scientific research and educating young scientists and engineers in the field of chemistry and chemical engineering. Today it is organized in 16 departments that perform teaching, scientific work, professional and consulting activities in Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, and related fields. The Faculty has a large central library with about 22,000 titles of books, monographs, etc., and has a rich collection of foreign and national scientific journals. The Faculty has developed valuable international cooperation with various scientific institutions in the world, either directly or through inter-university cooperation.

PROGRAMME EMPHASIS

The Faculty of Chemical Engineering offers four study programmes at the undergraduate (BSc) and graduate (MSc) level. Three of them are in the field of technical sciences (Chemical Engineering, Environmental engineering and Material Science and Engineering) and one is in the field of natural sciences (Applied Chemistry). In addition, students can enroll in the doctoral study Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry as well as in the postgraduate specialist study programme Petroleum and Petrochemical Engineering.
Teaching and education are based on modern, problem-oriented methods and provide students with analytical methodology in solving problems, but always keeping in mind the synthetic approach. Students of the Faculty gather contemporary knowledge of research, development and design of new, sustainable chemical industrial processes as well as on the improvement of existing ones. This is done to ensure high quality, reliable and safe production that takes into account criteria of the economy, efficiency and environmental protection. In addition, students of the Faculty may specialize in drug design and development of new polymeric and inorganic materials, development of novel synthesis routes as a basis for new processes, as well as in the quality management.

CAREER PROSPECTS

The job prospectus and career options after finishing one of the selected study programmes at the Faculty are very different. The work area varies from petroleum and petrochemicals to food, materials, specialty chemicals, plastics, power production, environmental control, waste management, and biotechnology. Graduates can seek jobs in areas such as processing, operations or manufacturing, research and development, design and construction, finance and teaching. In process industries graduates work in positions such as a supervisor or manager, technical specialist, project manager or project engineer. Other work areas include food processing, explosives manufacturing, chemical process industries such as fertiliser industry, including pesticides and herbicides, glass and specialty chemicals, dyes and dyestuff, paint, lubricants, steel and aluminium production. Graduates are also employed in a variety of manufacturing industries other than chemical manufacturing, such as those producing electronics, pulp and paper, metal products etc.

RESEARCH ORIENTATION

The priority topics of research at the Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology are: environmental protection and management, development of advanced materials and sustainable technologies, alternative and renewable energy sources, development of new pharmaceuticals, industrial bio-transformations and other related subjects.

STUDY PROGRAMMES

UNDERGRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

BACHELOR’S STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Chemical Engineering
6
180
Croatian
Applied Chemistry 6 180 Croatian
Enviormental Engineering
6 180 Croatian
Material Science and Engineering 6 180 Croatian

 

GRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

MASTER’S STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Chemical Engineering
4
120
Croatian
Applied Chemistry 4 120 Croatian
Enviromental Engineering
4 120 Croatian
Material Science and Engineering 4 120 Croatian

 

DOCTORAL STUDY PROGRAMMES
DURATION
(semesters)
ECTS
LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION
Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry 6
180
Croatian

 

STUDY COURSES DELIVERED IN ENGLISH

Faculty of Civil Engineering

CONTACT AND ADDRESS

University of Zagreb Faculty of Civil Engineering
Fra Andrije Kačića Miošića 26
HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: +385 1 46 39 255
Fax: +385 1 46 39 206
E-mail: ured_dekana@remove-this.grad.hr
Website: http://info.grad.hr/ 

FACTS & FIGURES

DEPARTMENTS: 10
CHAIRS: 10
TEACHING STAFF: 113
NON-TEACHING STAFF: 55
STUDENTS: 1063

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Ms Marija Milić, International Relations Office
@: milic@remove-this.grad.hr

Professor Anita Cerić, PhD
@: anita@remove-this.grad.hr

Professor Ivana Banjadi Pečur, PhD, ECTS coordinator
@: banjadi@remove-this.grad.hr

INSTITUTIONAL PROFILE

The Faculty of Engineering is the oldest and the leading civil engineering faculty in Croatia, with more than 976 undergraduates and 87 graduates. The lectures started in the autumn of 1919. Since then the Technical College has continually been developing and adapting to the progress in technology and construction. In 1926 the Technical College became Technical Faculty of the University of Zagreb.

PROGRAMME EMPHASIS

The Bachelor's study programme is three-year university undergraduate study of civil engineering with 180 ECTS credits leading to the professional degree Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. The aim of the Bachelor's study programme is, firstly, to acquire a good knowledge and a strong foundation in Mathematics, Physics, and Geometry, and it aims at gaining the basic civil engineering knowledge such as Mechanics, Strength of Material, and Structural Analysis.
The Master's study programme is two-year university graduate study of civil engineering with 120 ECTS credits leading to the professional degree Master of Science in Civil Engineering.  Students enlarge on their civil engineering knowledge in one of the following career-oriented studies: geotechnics, construction materials, hydraulic engineering, structural engineering, construction management, transportation engineering, and theory and modelling of structures.

CAREER PROSPECTS

Civil engineers apply acquired skills and knowledge in designing, building, inspection, and maintenance of intricate structures, undertakings, and systems in their specialised field.  They must then take into account stability, safety, usage, environmental protection and costs. They recognise, formulate, and analyse the problems and find acceptable solutions in their specialised field.

RESEARCH ORIENTATION

The study involves development and scientific research in Geotechnics, Construction Materials, Hydraulic Engineering, Engineering Structures, Construction Management, Transportation Engineering, and Mechanics of Materials.

STUDY PROGRAMMES

UNDERGRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

BACHELOR’S STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Civil Engineering
 6
 180
 Croatian

 GRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

MASTER’S STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Civil Engineering 4 120
Croatian
Geotechnical Engineering 4 120
Croatian
Hydraulic Engineering 4 120
Croatian
Structural Engineering 4 120
Croatian
Construction Materials 4 120
Croatian
Construction Management 4 120
Croatian
Transportation Engineering 4 120
Croatian
Theory and Modelling of Structures
4
120
Croatian

 

DOCTORAL STUDY PROGRAMMES
DURATION
(semesters)
ECTS
LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION
Civil Engineering
6
180
Croatian

Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing

CONTACT AND ADDRESS

University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
Unska 3
HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone:  + 385 1 61 29 999
Fax:  + 385 1 61 70 007
E-mail: fer@remove-this.fer.hr
Website: http://www.fer.hr/

FACTS & FIGURES

DEPARTMENTS: 12
TEACHING STAFF: 345
NON-Teaching STAFF: 132
STUDENTS: 3266

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Professor Gordan Gledec, PhD, IRO Coordinator
@: gordan.gledec@remove-this.fer.hr

Assistant Professor Ljiljana Brkić, PhD, ECTS Coordinator
@: ljiljana.brkic@remove-this.fer.hr

ECTS coordinator for different fields of study:

COMPUTING
Assistant Professor Damir Pintar, PhD
@: damir.pintar@remove-this.fer.hr

 

Assistant Professor Klemo Vladimir, PhD
@:klemo.vladimir@remove-this.fer.hr

Assistant Professor Jan Šnajder, PhD

@:jan.snajder@remove-this.fer.hr

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Assoc. Professor Igor Lacković, Ph.D.
@: igor.lackovic@remove-this.fer.hr

AUTOMATION
Assist. Tamara Petrović, Ph.D.
@: tamara.petrovic@remove-this.fer.hr 

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
Assistant Tomislav Grgić, PhD
@: tomislav.grgic@remove-this.fer.hr

Assist. Professor Vedran Podobnik, Ph.D.
@: vedran.podobnik@remove-this.fer.hr

INSTITUTIONAL PROFILE

Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (Croatian acronym: FER) of the University of Zagreb is a leading research and higher education institution in the Republic of Croatia in the area of electrical engineering, computing, and information and communication  technology. Throughout the years, FER has valuably contributed to the development of the Croatian industry, mainly through education of high-quality and versatile graduated engineers and by completing research & development and professional projects for the Croatian economy.
Determined to remain a respectable research institution, the Faculty undertakes scientific research at the highest level(s) of international standing. The Faculty has developed valuable international cooperation with many research institutions around the world, either directly or through inter-university cooperation.
As an endorsement of the teaching and research excellence, The Faculty's bachelor and master study programmes were re-accredited by the ASIIN – Accreditation Agency for Degree Programmes in Engineering. The Faculty was re-accredited by the Croatian Agency for Science and Higher Education and Faculty's quality management system was certified by the same agency.

PROGRAMME EMPHASIS

The Faculty has two first cycle study programmes: Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, and Computing. All study programmes are taught according to the prerequisite system.
The first year of study is common to both study programmes. In the second year students broaden their knowledge in mathematics and electrical engineering or computing, but also are introduced to quality management and principles of economy. In the third year, slight specializations are introduced by corresponding mandatory and elective courses, which give practical knowledge for students.
The second cycle study programmes are as follows: Electrical engineering and information technology, Information and communication technology, and Computing.
The common objectives of the three second cycle study programmes are to educate students for a broad range of professional careers and provide the basis for life-long learning. Recognizing the changing professional environment that students will encounter, the programmes aim to develop engineers who are able to link science and engineering principles to identify, formulate and solve complex engineering problems in professional practice and research and development contexts.

CAREER PROSPECTS

Upon finishing bachelor’s study, students are qualified for design, implementation, and commissioning of the less complex systems in the fields of control engineering and automatization, electrical power engineering, electronics, wireless technologies, computer engineering, software engineering, telecommunications and informatics, computer science, information processing, and multimedia systems.
Second cycle study programmes enable students to acquire the competencies to solve difficult engineering problems in aforementioned fields, to design complex systems, to act as leaders of a team and to conduct research and development.

RESEARCH ORIENTATION

The Faculty is organized in 12 departments which are the cores of educational, research, and scientific work in particular fields and branches. This work is carried out through projects in the fields of applied physics and mathematics and in the fields of electrical engineering and computing. The projects are promoted and funded by the Croatian government and nongovernment organizations, but the Faculty has also developed valuable international co-operation with world-leading scientific institutions and universities.

It is the Faculty’s strategic goal to increase research and development capacity and quality of research and innovation in order to generate new scientific ideas and discoveries to be transferred to the Croatian economy through development of high technology products and establishment of related businesses. We are oriented towards encouraging high quality and international recognition of research, development and innovation in all the branches and corresponding scientific fields traditionally fostered at FER.

STUDY PROGRAMMES 

UNDERGRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES 

BACHELOR’S STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Electrical Engineering and Information Technology 6 180
Croatian/English
Computing 
6
180
Croatian/English

 GRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES 

MASTER’S STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Electrical Engineering and Information Technology 4 120
Croatian/English
Information and Communication Technology
4 120
Croatian/English
Computing
4
120
Croatian/English

 

DOCTORAL STUDY PROGRAMMES
DURATION
(semesters)
ECTS
LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION
Postgraduate Study at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
6
180
Croatian/English

 

COURSES IN ENGLISH

For the courses in English visit the FER's website: BSc courses and MSc courses.

Faculty of Geodesy

CONTACT AND ADDRESS

University of Zagreb Faculty of Geodesy
Kačićeva 26
HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone:  + 385 1 46 39 222
Fax:  + 385 1 48 28 081
E-mail: referada@remove-this.geof.hr
Website: www.geof.hr

FACTS & FIGURES

DEPARTMENTS: 3
CHAIRS: 14
TEACHING STAFF: 64
NON-TEACHING STAFF: 40
STUDENTS: 600

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Professor Željko Bačić, PhD,
Vice-Dean for science and international relations 
@: zbacic@remove-this.geof.hr

Assistant Professor Vesna Poslončec-Petrić, PhD, ECTS coordinator
@: vesna.posloncec@remove-this.geof.hr

INSTITUTIONAL PROFILE

The Faculty of Geodesy is the only institution in Croatia providing highest quality education, research, and expertise in fields of geodesy and geoinformation. Although education in geodesy officially started in 1919, it was 1962 when the Faculty of Geodesy emerged as an independent unit. Located in the same building with Faculty of Architecture and the Faculty of Civil Engineering, the Faculty of Geodesy has grown to more than 100 employees and about 8,00 undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students.
During last 10 years, all teaching rooms and labs have been modernized and equipped with the latest measurement technology, including terrestrial laser scanners, automated total stations, the most recent GPS-receivers, precise echo-sounders, as well as appropriate software that has been deployed in both education and research. Cooperation with the public and private sector in Croatia is excellent. Students and teachers are exchanged with leading institutions in the region through CEEPUS and TEMPUS programmes.

PROGRAMME EMPHASIS

Teaching is organized according to the Bologna standard scheme: Bachelor of Geodesy and Geoinformatics encompasses 6 semesters – 3 years of study (180 ECTS), Master of Geodesy and Geoinformatics follows with 4 semesters – 2 years of study (120 ECTS). During the Bachelor stage, overall engineering education is provided: mathematics, physics, informatics, as well as the solid foundation in surveying and geoinformatics. Along with obligatory modules, there is a choice of elective subjects as well. At the Master’s level, students can choose between Geodesy, leaned to more complex modules related to advanced geodetic measurements and processing, marine, physical and satellite geodesy, and Geoinformatics, which emphasizes geoinformation science and technology, interoperability, photogrammetry and remote sensing, laser scanning and mobile GIS. The Master’s programme in Geoinformatics has recently been refurnished through a two-year TEMPUS grant which resulted in a major upgrade of equipment, software and books, but also improved the quality assurance, learning-outcome oriented teaching, problem-solving approach and other advanced topics.

CAREER PROSPECTS

Bachelors and Masters in Geodesy and Geoinformatics are competent to work both in the public sector (cadastre offices, local government) and in private enterprises (as chartered engineers or GIS experts). The job usually involves fieldwork and data processing in the office. Good communication and spatial skills as well as profound knowledge of surveying instruments and techniques as well as details about CAD, GIS software is necessary for a successful career. Currently, there are no graduates awaiting employment.

RESEARCH ORIENTATION

The Faculty of Geodesy performs research in the following fields: geodesy (photogrammetry and remote sensing, cartography, applied geodesy, marine, physical and satellite geodesy, and geomatics) and physics (physical astronomy). The research in physics is performed at Hvar Observatory. The researchers from the Faculty have a wide network of international contacts.

STUDY PROGRAMMES

UNDERGRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMME

BACHELOR’S STUDY PROGRAMME

DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Geodesy and Geoinformatics
 
 6
 180
 Croatian

GRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMME 

MASTER’S STUDY PROGRAMME

DURATION

(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Geodesy and Geoinformatics
 
4
120
Croatian

 

DOCTORAL STUDY PROGRAMMES
DURATION
(semesters)
ECTS
LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION
Geodesy and Geoinformatics
6
180
Croatian

Faculty of Geotechnical Engineering (Varaždin)

CONTACT AND ADDRESS

University of Zagreb Faculty of Geotechnical Engineering  
Hallerova aleja 7
HR-42000 Varaždin, Croatia
Phone: + 385 42 40 89 00
Fax: + 385 42 31 35 87
E-mail: studentska.referada@remove-this.gfv.hr, ured.tajnika@remove-this.gfv.hr
Website: www.gfv.hr

FACTS & FIGURES

DEPARTMENTS: 4
CHAIRS: 4
TEACHING STAFF: 32
NON-TEACHING STAFF: 27
STUDENTS: 350

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Associate Professor Aleksandra Anić Vučinić, PhD, IRO coordinator
Phone: + 385 42 40 89 52
e-mail: aav@remove-this.gfv.hr

Assistant Professor Anita Ptiček Siročić, PhD, ECTS coordinator

@: anita.pticek.sirocic@gfv.hr

INSTITUTIONAL PROFILE

The Faculty of Geotechnical Engineering is one of two faculties of the University of Zagreb situated in the town of Varaždin. The Faculty offers a three-year (six-semester) bachelor's degree programme in Environmental engineering, and a two-year Master's programme in Enviornmental Engineering. Environmental engineering is an interdisciplinary field of study that involves the applications of natural sciences, geology, hydrology, and civil engineering principles to the problems connected with engineering behaviour of earth materials, water management, and environmental protection. Accordingly, in the second cycle students can choose between the Geoenvironmental Engineering module, Environmental Management module, and Water Management module.

PROGRAMME EMPHASIS

The Bachelor programme of Environmental engineering has 180 ECTS credits. The curriculum comprises environmental aspects of geotechnical and hydrotechnical engineering, and environmental protection measures and procedures for the remediation of soil, water and air pollution, appropriate to the engineering study at the bachelor level. A special emphasis is given to the laboratory and on site teaching in order to acquire knowledge and skills in the sampling and analysis of air, soil, water and waste. The programme will teach students to recognize and describe various problems in environmental engineering and to develop competencies to apply their knowledge in practice.

The Master programme of Enviornmental Engineering has 120 ECTS credits and it coprises the courses in Geoenvironmental Engineering, Environmental Management and Water Management. The students who have completed the 1st cycle programme of Environmental engineering or any other comparable programme can apply for the admission. During the studies students gain advanced level of knowledge and skills in specific areas of environmental engineering. The graduates will develop competencies to identify, analize and solve various problems in environmental engineering and to apply their knowledge in practice.

CAREER PROSPECTS

The Bachelor programme ensures the adequate preparation for the continuation of the education at the master level as well as practical competencies nedeed to start a career as a bachelor of engineering. The Master programme of Enviornmental Engineering ensures the adequate competencies for graduates to start successfully their professional career and to continue their professional development. Environmental engineering and geoengineering offer job opportunities in public sector and in private companies specializing in geotechnical engineering, hydrotechnical engineering and environmental protection.  

RESEARCH ORIENTATION

Faculty research areas include water resources, groundwater protection, geotechnical aspects of landfills, extraction and mining, and other environmental topics connected with soil, air and water. Practical and scientific research is conducted in the Geotechnical laboratory, the Laboratory of Environmental Geochemistry and the GIS lab where students gain practical experience necessary for their future profession. The Faculty of Geotechnical Engineering was involved in the preparation of the joint doctoral study programme „Geoengineering and Water Management“ which started in the academic year 2012-13.

STUDY PROGRAMMES

UNDERGRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

BACHELOR’S STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Environmental engineering
6
180
Croatian

 

GRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

MASTER’S STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Enviornmental Engineering

4


120

 

Croatian
 



Modules:

Geoenvironmental Engineering
Environmental Management
Water Management

 

STUDY COURSES DELIVERED IN ENGLISH

Faculty of Graphic Arts

CONTACT AND ADDRESS

University of Zagreb Faculty of Graphic Arts
Getaldićeva 2, HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: +385 1 23 71 080
Fax: +385 1 23 71 077
E-mail: info@remove-this.grf.hr
Web: www.grf.hr

FACTS & FIGURES

DEPARTMENTS: 0
CHAIRS: 6
TEACHING STAFF: 61
NON-TEACHING STAFF: 20
STUDENTS: 670

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Ms Ivana Žganjar
@: ivana.zganjer@remove-this.grf.hr

Assistant Katarina Itrić, PhD, ECTS coordinator
@: katarina.itric@remove-this.grf.hr 

Professor Vesna Džimbeg Malčić, PhD

Vice dean for Science and International Cooperation and ECTS coordinator
@ vesna.dzimbeg.malcic@remove-this.grf.hr 

 

INSTITUTIONAL PROFILE

The Faculty of Graphic Arts (established 1990) belongs to the group of technical faculties. The main orientation of activities is as follows; digital printing, computing graphics, media science, design and communication technologies. The study programme stresses the need for a strong foundation in mathematics, physics, and chemistry, followed by a thorough coverage of the basics in printing technology, materials, and processes etc.
The Faculty of Graphic Arts has traditionally worked in the field of graphic engineering, but its field of work continues to expand to creative industries and communications including media, marketing, publishing, and design of a graphic product.

PROGRAMME EMPHASIS

The Bachelor’s study programme (6 semeters, 180 ECTS) offers a choice between Technical Technological or Design of Graphic Products orientation. The study consists of courses like mathematics, physics, chemistry, information science, engineering graphics, photographic processes, and technical image processing systems as well as the arts and the theory of forms. Further, students expand their knowledge of printing materials, graphic technology and typography, packaging and product finishing, as well as multimedia communications.
The Master’s study programme (4 semeters, 120 ECTS) in printing technology is orientated to the printing industry such as leading and designing multimedia systems, managing of projects bound to packaging, publishing and graphic communications, graphic designs and general solutions of the visual identity.
The Doctoral study in Graphic Engineering and Graphic Design (6 semeters, 180 ECTS) offers scientific research in the areas of creation and transfer of data in printed media, as well as in other types of visual communication.

CAREER PROSPECTS

A graduate from the Faculty of Graphic Arts is entitled to use the legally protected academic title: Bachelor of Engineering, Graphic Technology or Engineer of Graphic Technology – Designer. He/she is qualified for the jobs necessary to lead graphic production independently, to manage the quality of this production, to perform the technological preparation of the printing and packaging production process, paper industry, graphic design, etc.

RESEARCH ORIENTATION

Some of the topics covered by the wide spread research area are: securities and documents graphics, innovative graphic materials and new formulations, different kind of improvements in graphic processes in relation to the environment, design and technological factors, developments of new measuring methods, cultural heritage protection, and media communication.

STUDY PROGRAMMES

UNDERGRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

BACHELOR’S STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Printing Technology - Technical Technological 6 180
Croatian
Printing Technology - Design of Graphic Products 
6
180
Croatian

GRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

MASTER’S STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Printing Technology - Technical Technological 4 120
Croatian
module:Multimedia 4 120
Croatian
module:Publishing 4 120
Croatian
module: Packaging 4 120
Croatian
module: Printing Technology - Design of Graphic Products 
4
120
Croatian

 

DOCTORAL STUDY PROGRAMMES
DURATION
(semesters)
ECTS
LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION
Graphic engineering and Design of Graphic Products
6
180
Croatian

 

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture

CONTACT AND ADDRESS

University of Zagreb Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture
Ivana Lučića 5
HR-10002 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: + 385 1 61 68 222
Fax:  + 385 1 61 56 940
E-mail: dekanat@remove-this.fsb.hr
Website: http://www.fsb.unizg.hr/

FACTS & FIGURES

DEPARTMENTS: 17
CHAIRS: 40
TEACHING STAFF: 209
NON-TEACHING STAFF: 151
ASSOCIATED STAFF: 41
STUDENTS: 2000

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Ms Ivana Bezmalinović, Contact person for mobilty and Horizon 2020
@: ivana.bezmalinovic@remove-this.fsb.hr

Assistant Professor Dragan Žeželj, PhD, ECTS coordinator
Phone: +385 1 61 68 359
@: dragan.zezelj@remove-this.fsb.hr

INSTITUTIONAL PROFILE

The Faculty is the oldest and biggest faculty of mechanical engineering, naval architecture and aeronautical engineering in Croatia. Since1919, when the first courses were organized at the Royal Technical College, the studies in mechanical engineering and naval architecture at the University of Zagreb have always been modern due to a successful synthesis of general and expert knowledge in the four fields: design, materials, production, and organization. The study programmes and contents of courses make the curriculum of the Faculty comparable with the curricula of similar faculties of leading European universities, thus enabling the Faculty to be ranked highly among the leading technical faculties of the University of Zagreb and in Croatia. 

PROGRAMME EMPHASIS

The programme stresses a strong foundation in mathematics, technical physics and materials, followed by a thorough coverage of basic engineering such as fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, mass and heat transfer, structural mechanics. Specialized courses offer many specializations in all three fields.

CAREER PROSPECTS

Mechanical engineers generally work in the production industry as product designers, production leaders and organizers, quality managers, researchers, etc. Naval Architects are oriented towards shipyard work in a design office, construction, ship production and outfitting, in ship owner offices, classification societies and survey, research, regulatory bodies, etc. Aeronautical engineers find work in air companies for maintenance and refit of aircraft, air force, state regulatory bodies.

RESEARCH ORIENTATION

The main research fields are engineering design, materials, new technologies, new manufacturing processes and engineering, maintenance and tribology, transport systems (land, sea and air), and offshore engineering.

STUDY PROGRAMMES

UNDERGRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

BACHELOR’S STUDY PROGRAMS

DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION

Mechanical Engineering 7
210
Croatian
Naval Architecture 7
210
Croatian
Aeronautical Engineering 
7
210
Croatian

 

GRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

MASTER’S STUDY PROGRAMS

DURATION

(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION

Mechanical Engineering 
3 90
Croatian
Naval Architecture 3 90
Croatian
Aeronautical Engineering
3
90
Croatian

 

DOCTORAL STUDY PROGRAMMES
DURATION
(semesters)
ECTS
LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION

Mechanical Engineering, Naval Architecture, Aeronautical Engineering and Metallurgical Engineering

6
180
Croatian and English


STUDY COURSES IN ENGLISH

The Faculty offers a number of courses in English. For a detailed information please open the link.

Courses delivered in English

Faculty of Metallurgy (Sisak)

CONTACT AND ADDRESS

University of Zagreb Faculty of Metallurgy
Aleja narodnih heroja 3
HR-44000 Sisak, Croatia
Phone: ++ 385 44 53 33 79
Fax: ++ 385 44 53 33 78
E-mail: dekanat@remove-this.simet.hr
Website: http://www.simet.unizg.hr/

FACTS & FIGURES

DEPARTMENTS: 3
CHAIRS: 1
TEACHING STAFF: 26
NON-TEACHING STAFF: 12
STUDENTS: 142

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Associate Professor Zdenka Zovko Brodarac, PhD, International Relations
@: zovko@remove-this.simet.hr

Assitant Professor Martina Lovrenić-Jugović, PhD, ECTS coordinator 
@: begic@remove-this.simet.hr

INSTITUTIONAL PROFILE

The Faculty of Metallurgy, situated in the town of Sisak, is the only institution of its kind for education of metallurgical professionals in the Republic of Croatia. As an academic institution for education and training of students of metallurgy, the Faculty has been active for 55 years and during that time the academic degree of graduate engineer in metallurgy has been granted to 467 students, the title of engineer in metallurgy to 66 students, 57 bachelors, 27 masters, 27 Master’s of Science degree and 33 a doctoral degree.
The activities of the Faculty of Metallurgy encompass the organization of scientific and professional symposia and conferences, and publication of books, manuals, and mimeographed course materials, as well as of papers and professional articles in journals and congress proceedings.

 

PROGRAMME EMPHASIS

The study programmes of the Faculty of Metallurgy have been defined to comply with those of other higher education institutions in Europe, in accordance with the Bologna process. There are two courses of undergraduate study – Metallurgical Engineering and Industrial Ecology. The number of applicants for the undergraduate course of study in Metallurgy is limited to fifty. The course lasts for three years, and upon completion the student acquires the academic title of Baccalaureus or Baccalaurea in Metallurgy. Since two years, the Faculty performs professional study Fouding. The graduate course of study which takes another two years (optional modules: Process Metallurgy, Metal Processing and Metal Casting) entitles the student to the degree of Master of Metallurgy. New postgraduate mutual study of Faculty of Metallurgy and Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture has been established. Upon completion of the postgraduate course of study the student is awarded the academic degree of Doctor of Science in the field of Metallurgy.

CAREER PROSPECTS

Graduates in Metallurgy are given a choice of job opportunities at the domestic and European markets: in the metallurgical (ironworks, rolling plants, casting shops) and metalworking industries, in shipbuilding, in departments and laboratories for quality assessment and quality control of metal materials, in metal welding and heat treatment services, in scientific, professional and educational institutions, governmental agencies and local administrative bodies (county and municipal offices), etc.

RESEARCH ORIENTATION

The work of the Faculty of Metallurgy is organized in three departments that comprise seven laboratories and a chair in mathematics and informatics. The activities of the Faculty of Metallurgy focus on education of professionals in the field of metallurgy, and on scientific and professional research in metallurgy and related fields:
• Metallurgy of steel, ferrous and non-ferrous metals (casting, hydrometallurgy, chemistry,   electrometallurgy)
• Shaping of materials by deformation (deformation processing, mechanical engineering)
• Production, design and characterization of metallic materials (materials development and       applications)
• Energy efficiency of metallurgical processes (energetic evaluation, thermal processing)
• Physical metallurgy (physics and structure analysis)
• Industrial ecology

STUDY PROGRAMMES

UNDERGRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMME

BACHELOR’S STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Metallurgical Engineering
6
180
Croatian/English
Industrial Ecology
6
180
Croatian/English

GRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMME

MASTER’S STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Metallurgy
4
120
Croatian/English

 

DOCTORAL STUDY PROGRAMMES
Faculty of Metallurgy + Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture
DURATION
(semesters)
ECTS
LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION
Metallurgical Engineering
6
180
Croatian/English

Faculty of Mining, Geology, and Petroleum Engineering

CONTACT AND ADDRESS

University of Zagreb Faculty of Mining, Geology, and Petroleum Engineering
Pierottijeva 6
HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: +385 1 55 35 702
Fax: +385 1 48 36 053
E-mail: dekanat@remove-this.rgn.hr
Website: http://www.rgn.unizg.hr/

FACTS & FIGURES

DEPARTMENTS: 7
CHAIRS: 1
TEACHING STAFF: 96
NON-TEACHING STAFF: 55
STUDENTS: 933

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Ms Željka Kurelec
@: zeljka.kurelec@remove-this.rgn.hr

Asst. Professor Ema Jurkin, PhD, ECTS coordinator
@: ema.jurkin@remove-this.rgn.hr

INSTITUTIONAL PROFILE

The Faculty of Mining, Geology, and Petroleum Engineering of the University of Zagreb is among the leading engineering faculties in Croatia, with approximately 800 undergraduates and 100 postgraduates. It developed from the Chair and the Department of Mineralogy and Geology, which was active from the very beginning as a part of the Royal Technical College, established in 1918.
The Faculty educates experts in the area of technical sciences as well as in the area of natural sciences. It develops both areas educationally, scientifically and professionally.  It also cooperates with the largest domestic companies as well as with similar institutions abroad, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Austria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Norway, Poland, Romania, the United States, Slovakia, and Slovenia.

RESEARCH ORIENTATION

The main research projects are in the field of technical sciences – mining engineering, geological engineering and petroleum engineering, and in the field of natural sciences within geosciences – geology of mineral resources and exploration geophysics.
The Faculty coordinates or participates in national projects and in a number of bilateral and multilateral international projects within different programmes.

PROGRAMME EMPHASIS

The programme stresses the need for a strong foundation in Mathematics and Physics, followed by a thorough coverage of basic engineering such as Mechanics, as well as Soil, Rock and Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics and Applied Geology, Mineralogy, Geophysics and Geodesy.
In the later years students are given specialised courses in various disciplines of geotechnology (mining and petroleum engineering) or applied geosciences (geology and geological engineering). In this way, graduate students have the opportunity to choose the specialisation in one of the areas defined by nine graduate study courses.
Field work is an important form of studying at the Faculty. The chosen sites are situated in Croatia as well as abroad, on land and at sea, on the surface and under it.
The postgraduate doctoral programme of mining, petroleum engineering, geology and geological engineering includes courses during the first year and research, laboratory work and tutorials during the second and third years. Part-time students are accepted in the programme but with the doubled duration of study.

CAREER PROSPECTS

Mining engineers generally work in companies dealing with mining or geotechnical operations, water works, blasting activities or land reclamation procedures. Geology graduates will find employment in exploration companies, consultancies or laboratories, also in the geophysical exploration and drilling activities and in the local administration, nature reserves and national parks. Geological engineers will perform engineering-geological exploration and hydrogeology-related research in the communal and public companies and in the private sector as well. Petroleum engineers will find employment in all types of activities connected to the exploration, production, transport and storage of oil and gas, deep drilling, energy production and distribution, as well as in the management of fossil fuels resources.

STUDY PROGRAMMES

UNDERGRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

BACHELOR’S STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Mining Engineering 6 180
Croatian
Geological Engineering 6 180
Croatian
Petroleum Engineering 
6
180
Croatian

GRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

MASTER’S STUDY PROGRAMMES

 DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Mining Engineering 4 120
Croatian
Geology 4 120
Croatian
Geological Engineering 4 120
Croatian
Petroleum Engineering 
4
120
Croatian

 

DOCTORAL STUDY PROGRAMMES
DURATION
(semesters)
ECTS
LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION
Applied Geosciences, Mining and Petroleum Engineering
6
180
Croatian

Faculty of Textile Technology

CONTACT AND ADDRESS

University of Zagreb Faculty of Textile Technology
Prilaz baruna Filipovića 28a
HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: +385 1 37 12 512
Fax: +385 1 37 12 599
E-mail: fakultet@remove-this.ttf.hr
Website: http://www.ttf.hr/

FACTS & FIGURES

DEPARTMENTS: 7
TEACHING STAFF: 93
NON-TEACHING STAFF: 44
STUDENTS: 951

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

@: irottf@remove-this.ttf.hr

Assistant Professor Anita Tarbuk, PhD, Head of IRO Office & ECTS coordinator
@: anita.tarbuk@remove-this.ttf.hr

Associate Professor Andrea Pavetić, Vice-dean for international relations
@: andrea.pavetic@remove-this.ttf.hr

INSTITUTIONAL PROFILE

The Faculty of Textile Technology was founded in 1991 as an independent university unit. It became the only higher education institution in the field of textile technology in Croatia.
Today, the Faculty is not only the strongest higher education institution of its kind in Croatia, but also one of the leading faculties of this type in Europe, and its diplomas are internationally acknowledged by AUTEX (Association of Universities for Textiles) and Textile Institute Manchester (GB) for the region of Commonwealth and the USA.

PROGRAMME EMPHASIS

The study programmes are based on contemporary scientific know-how in textile and footwear technologies, as well as the newest developments and trends in global fashion design. The importance of confirming and preserving the authentic Croatian fashion is also integrated into the programmes. The programmes have been made having in mind that the textile industry has been increasingly automated, new fibres and materials have been introduced in the manufacture, and nano-technological innovations have also been implemented.

CAREER PROSPECTS

The University of Zagreb, Faculty of Textile Technology has 1000 students per year, with the aim to reproduce research and highly educated experts in the field in the Republic of Croatia. Textile Technology and Engineering enable students to fit into any manufacturing phase in a company. They are able to organize and directly manage particular manufacturing processes in the part of textiles included into their specialisation. In manufacturing plants, they can work at a wide range of jobs, from technologists to managers of particular manufacturing phases. They can also start their own smaller businesses, be employed by agencies, merchant houses, as well as in secondary schools, as teachers of practical instruction. The branch of Textile and Clothing Design for Industry unites basic engineering knowledge and skills in textile technologies with the education in fine arts. The students should be able to include the artistic/creative component of their knowledge into the processes of manufacturing fabrics and then be able to express creativity developed throughout the course, while applied design-based education makes them able to notice and follow global fashion trends and transform them into original and recognisable designs. The labour market has successfully absorbed almost all of the fashion designers educated at the Faculty of Textile Technology.

RESEARCH ORIENTATION

The research work is based on the subjects of textile-mechanical technology, material science, textile chemistry and technology, and clothing technology. The existing research potential, under the leadership of dean and vice-deans of the Faculty of Textile Technology contributes to the contemporary scientific development in the art and the field of textile engineering and technology, as well as fashion and footwear design; which is, together with strong ties with the industry, a promising situation in organizing a successful, high-tech and environmentally friendly textile manufacture in Croatia. Their work contributes to the continuous advancement of their profession in technical, natural, humanistic and artistic field, and society as a whole. Based on fruitful research work faculty academic staff are involved in numerous projects, 20 national research projects, 3 FP7 projects, 3 COST Action, 7 EUREKA, 7 LLP, 5 technological projects, 15 bilateral projects, and many others.

STUDY PROGRAMMES

UNDERGRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

BACHELOR’S STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Textile Technology and Engineering
- Engineering Design and 
   Management of Textiles
- Textile Chemistry, Materials
   and Ecology
- Clothing Engineering
- Textile and Clothing Design
  for industry
6
180
Croatian
Textile Design
6 180
Croatian
Fashion Design 6 180
Croatian


GRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

MASTER’S STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Textile Technology and Engineering
- Engineering Design and  
  Management of Textiles
- Textile Chemistry,
  Materials and Ecology
- Clothing Engineering
- Textile Design for Industry
- Clothing Design for
  Industry
4
120
Croatian
Textile Design 4 120
Croatian
Costume Design 4 120
Croatian
Theory and Culture of Fashion 4 120
Croatian
Textile Design 4 120
Croatian
Fashion Design
4 120
Croatian

 

DOCTORAL STUDY PROGRAMMES
DURATION
(semesters)
ECTS
LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION
Textile Science and Technology
6
180
Croatian
Fashion Theory and Design of the body 6
180
Croatian

Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences

CONTACT AND ADDRESS

University of Zagreb Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences
Vukelićeva 4
HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: + 385 1 23 80 222
Fax: + 385 1 23 14 415
E-mail: fpz@fpz.hr
Website: http://www.fpz.unizg.hr/oms/

FACTS & FIGURES

DEPARTMENTS: 13
CHAIRS: 28
TEACHING STAFF: 120
NON-TEACHING STAFF: 62
STUDENTS: 2155

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Mr Nikola Bakarić, prof., IRO coordinator
@: mobility@remove-this.fpz.hr

Assistant Professor Borna Abramović, PhD, Erasmus coordinator
@: borna.abramovic@remove-this.fpz.hr

INSTITUTIONAL PROFILE

Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences, established in 1984, is a faculty of the University of Zagreb, and the leading high education as well as scientific and research institution in the field of transport and traffic engineering in Croatia. Faculty staff participates in national, regional and international scientific, research and development projects funded by the national Ministry of Science, Education and Sports, the European Commission and international institutions. The faculty also participates in public and commercial projects solving transport and traffic problems of transportation sectors in Croatia. International co-operation through exchange of academic staff and students presents an important part of academic and research activities.

PROGRAMME EMPHASIS

Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences offers programmes in Traffic and Transport, Intelligent Transport Systems and Logistics and Aeronautics.  Programme of Traffic and Transport involves courses in Road, Railway, Urban, Air, Waterway, Postal, and Information and Communication Transport and Traffic. All the programmes are taught at the three-year undergraduate (180 ECTS) and two-year graduate levels (120 ECTS).
Postgraduate studies provide three-year Doctoral Studies in the field of Transport and Traffic Engineering, as well as one-year Specialist Studies in Urban Transport and Traffic, Inter-modal Transport and Traffic, and Transport Logistics and Management.

CAREER PROSPECTS

Transport and traffic engineers generally work in companies and other transport institutions dealing with various transport modes and/or traffic technology, logistics, and management. The job may involve planning, design, operation, supervision, and maintenance of transport and traffic facilities and processes.

RESEARCH ORIENTATION

The research carried out is of a high international standard and has the goal of providing modern transport and traffic technology, infrastructure, logistics and Intelligent Transport Systems solutions in road, waterway, postal, information and communication, urban, air and railway transport.

STUDY PROGRAMMES

UNDERGRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

BACHELOR’S STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Traffic and Transport
- Air
- Information and Communication
- Postal
- Railway
- Road
- Urban
- Waterway
6
180
Croatian
Intelligent Transport Systems and Logistics
- Intelligent Transport Systems
- Logistics
6 180
Croatian

Aeronautics

- Air Traffic Control
- Civil Pilots
- Military Pilots

6 180
Croatian

 
GRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMMES

MASTER’S STUDY PROGRAMMES

DURATION(semesters)

ECTS

LANGUAGUE OF INSTRUCTION

Traffic and Transport
- Air
- Information and Communication
- Postal
- Railway
- Road
- Urban
- Waterway
4
120
Croatian
Intelligent Transport Systems and Logistics
- Intelligent Transport Systems
- Logistics
4 120
Croatian

Aeronautics

- Air Traffic Control
- Civil Pilots
- Military Pilots

4 120
Croatian

 

DOCTORAL STUDY PROGRAMMES
DURATION
(semesters)
ECTS
LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION
Technological Systems in Traffic and Transport
6
180
Croatian

 

STUDY COURSES DELIVERED IN ENGLISH

The Faculty offers a number of courses in English for exchange students. For a detailed overview please visit the Faculty website.



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