Zagreb was recently struck by a devastating earthquake that seriously damaged many residential and public buildings, the buildings of the Faculty of Law included.
The information below may be subject to change and we advise students to review this page regularly.
Enrolment is to be conducted online. Students will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to enrol. The enrolment task consists of filling in a Google form in which students tick the courses they are planning to take, upload their photo and signature in jpg, and give their OIB - personal identification number while staying in Croatia.
In order to enrol into a Croatian university, apart from other documents, students also need a Personal Identification Number (OIB).
Please note that you will not be able to enrol before you have obtained the OIB number from the Tax Administration Office (address: 32 Avenija Dubrovnik, Zagreb). Please download the OIB application form and fill it out before going to the Tax Administration Office. Students are also advised to have their ID cards/passports on them when going to the Tax Administration Office.
IMPORTANT: Students who are planning to study with us online while staying in their home country need to contact email@example.com two weeks before the end of January because they will follow a slightly different online enrolment procedure from those who are staying in Zagreb.
Lecturers will register students for exams.
TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS
In order to obtain the transcript of records (grade transcript), please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org once you have received all the grades.
If you have got any certificates from your home universities that need signing, please send them as well.
Faculty of Law is situated on five locations in the city centre, all of them part of our cultural heritage.
The main building of the faculty is located on Trg Republike Hrvatske 14.
Social Work Study centre is located in Nazorova 51.
Study Centre for Public Administration and Public Finance can be found in Gundulićeva 10.