GENERAL INFORMATION

In December 2013 European Commission awarded the University of Zagreb with the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education for the whole period of the Erasmus+ programme.

Name of the institution: Sveučilište u Zagrebu (University of Zagreb)
Erasmus code: HR ZAGREB01
ECHE: 255154-EPP-1-2014-1-HR-EPPKA3-1-ECHE
Erasmus Policy Statement

Erasmus+ inter-institutional agreements are agreed and signed with a particular Faculty/Academy of the University. University of Zagreb has 29 Faculties and 3 Academies and 1 University Department for Croatian Studies. Contact list for Erasmus+ inter-institutional agreements at the Faculties/Academies of the University of Zagreb.

Template for the inter-institutional agreements. (Subject area codes ISCED 2013)

EXTENDED DEADLINE for academic year 2015/16 - 31 December 2016!!!

Central IRO office contact for Erasmus+ inter-institutional agreements:

Ida Ogulinac (Ms), Institutional Coordinator
International Relations Office
University of Zagreb
Email: erasmus.coordinator@unizg.hr
Postal address: Trg marsala Tita 14
HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia
 

 


Published: 2014-03-12 at 13:18
Edited: 2014-03-12 at 13:19
Danijela Vnučec Grdović

EU/SWISS CITIZENS

Mobility period shorter than 90 days

Since Croatian accession to the European Union EU citizens are no longer obliged either to apply for the approval for temporary stay or to register their address if they are staying in the Republic of Croatia shorter than 90 days.

Mobility period longer than 90 days

EU citizens who plan to study in the Republic of Croatia for more than 90 days are obliged to apply for the registration of temporary stay for the purpose of studies (Prijava privremenog boravka za državljane članice EGP-a) residence card (boravišna iskaznica). You should submit your application for the issuance of the residence card within 90 days of your arrival in Croatia at the Foreigners’ Department of the local Police Administration Office (Odsjek za strance, Policijska uprava). Please find below the list of required documents, addresses of local police administration offices and the payable fees.

 

Administration fee

You are exempt from paying the regular administration fee of 500,00 HRK (approximately 70,00 EUR) for granting the approval of temporary stay. However, you should pay for the cost of the issuance of the residence card in the amount of 240,00 HRK (approximately 35,00 EUR) and the duty stamp fee of 20,00 HRK (approximately 3,00 EUR).

NON-EU CITIZENS

Mobility period shorter than 90 days

Upon your arrival in Croatia, within 48 hours you have to register your address at the Foreigners’ Office of the relevant Police Administration Office (Odsjek za strance, Policijska uprava. For scholarship holders who are staying at hotels or student dormitories address is automatically registered.

Mobility period longer than 90 days

Non-EU citizens staying in the Republic of Croatia for more than 90 days are obliged to apply for the issuance of the approval of temporary stay for the purpose of studies (dozvola boravka) within 90 days of the arrival at the Foreigners’ Office of the relevant Police Administration Office (Odsjek za strance, Policijska uprava).

Administration fee

You are exempt from paying the regular administration fee of 500,00 HRK (approximately 70,00 EUR) for granting the approval of temporary stay. However, you should pay for the cost of the issuance of the residence card in the amount of 240,00 HRK (approximately 35,00 EUR) and the duty stamp fee of 20,00 HRK (approximately 3,00 EUR).

Below is the list of required documents for the residence card (EU citizens) or the approval of temporary stay (non-EU citizens):

1)      a filled-out copy of the Application Form 1b http://www.mup.hr/UserDocsImages/Dokumenti/stranci/2013/obrazac_1b.pdf (EU citizens)

2)      a filled-out of the Application Form 1a

http://www.mup.hr/UserDocsImages/obr1A.pdf (non-EU citizens)

3)      Original and photocopy of the passport (non-EU citizens) or the identity card (EU citizens);

4)      Proof of secured board and sufficient funds for living expenses in the Republic of Croatia issued by the Agency (Uvjerenje – read below);

5)      One colour photograph (35 x 45 mm);

6)      Proof of health insurance (see Step 5).

The Agency will prepare a proof of secured board and sufficient funds for living expenses, a document which proves that you are a scholarship holder in Croatia who receives a scholarship from the Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes (so-called Uvjerenje). Upon your arrival, you can obtain it in:

·         Zagreb; at the Agency, Frankopanska 26, Zagreb on any workday day between 10.00 -12.00 and 15.00 - 16.00

·         Rijeka; at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, S. Krautzeka bb, 51000 Rijeka, from your mentor (dr. sc. Sanja Zubčić, Head of the Rijeka School of Croatian Studies Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, rks@ffri.hr +385 (0)51 265 680).

·         Other cities: at the International Relations Office of your Faculty.

The residence permit is valid during the time of studying with maximum validity of one year. For degree mobility students the residence permit  has to be renewed annually. 

 

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