RIT Croatia

In 1997, when RIT established its presence in Croatia, not many others had the vision to see what the country would be today – a popular tourist destination, bustling economy and new member of the European Union. With campuses in both the small coastal city of Dubrovnik as well as the capital city of Zagreb, RIT Croatia enrolls over 600 students not only from within Croatia, but throughout Europe, Australia, South America and the United States.

The Campuses in Dubrovnik and Zagreb

RIT Croatia's campus in Dubrovnik is located at Don Frana Bulica 6, just a few steps from the main entrance to Old Town, a historic section of Dubrovnik. The RIT Croatia building contains classrooms, faculty and staff offices, student lounges, a copy center, library, computer labs and is fully equipped with the latest technology including wireless internet access.Dubrovnik, also known as "the pearl of the Adriatic" is no longer the world's best kept secret. This unique destination magnificently combines the natural beauty of the pristine Adriatic Sea and mountainous Croatian landscape with medieval architecture and old-world city planning. No wonder it is the place where the magical and popular series Game of Thrones is filmed.
The Zagreb campus is located at Damira Tomljanovica 15 in Bundek Center, a brand new facility that includes apartment housing, restaurants, a fitness center and coffee shops. Located across from beautiful Bundek Park, the new facility contains classrooms, faculty/staff offices, library, auditorium, student lounges and computer labs.  Classrooms are fully equipped with the latest technology, and wireless internet access is available. Zagreb is a bustling Central European-style city with classic and modern architecture, winding cobblestone streets, and old city neighborhoods.  The city boasts more than 20 museums, along with a variety of art galleries, cafés, and stylish boutiques.   Perfectly situated between central Europe and the Adriatic Sea, Croatia's capital is home to nearly 800,000 of the country's residents.