Rochester Institute of Technology is considered one of the nation’s best universities for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review.
Students from Rochester campus spent four weeks exploring the natural beauty of Croatia, its diverse ecosystems and wine making history, methods and techniques as a part of their studying abroad experience.
We are excited to announce that 2019 EAM-I Managing in a Global Economy XVII conference, in the organization of Eastern Academy of Management International (EAM-I) and RIT Croatia will take place from June 16-20, 2019 in Dubrovnik.
We are pleased to announce that RIT Croatia has awarded scholarships four students who had the best results at our entrance exams. The awarded scholarships in the amount of 12.600,00 EUR are going to the following candidates:
The moments when our Alumni look back and remember us with pride on their way to success are deeply cherished and appreciated here at RIT Croatia. They mean a great deal. They are a solid proof of the bond that is created for a lifetime.
Based on your feedback over the years and in-line with the RIT main campus in Rochester, effective immediately, we have assigned you to your own personal Academic Advisor. Advising is a relationship that is important to foster throughout your time with us at RIT Croatia.
Based on your feedback over the years and in-line with the RIT main campus in Rochester, effective immediately, we have assigned you to your own personal Academic Advisor. Advising is a relationship that is important to foster throughout your time with us at RIT Croatia.
Excellence in Student Life Award was founded to honor students who present principles of engagement, scholarship, and leadership. The initiation for the award was created to inspire students and to achieve their goals in all three categories.
It is one thing to learn about theories and business principles in a book, but it is another thing to see everything you have learned throughout your studies come to life! The Business Environment Exploration (BEE) club has one main goal, which is to provide students with the opportunity to travel to different cities and visit companies within those cities.
As the year draws to a close, we send off the graduating Class of 2019 into the next chapter in their lives. Throughout their four years with us, they have grown tremendously and are prepared as well as eager to see what the future awaits.
A NEW CONCENTRATION IN THE HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM PROGRAM
Završila je posljednja godina u srednjoj školi, matura kuca na vrata, a nemalen broj maturanata i dalje razmišlja o tome koji studij izabrati.
GRADUATING SENIORS PRESENT ORIGINAL RESEARCH IN HOSPITALITY, TOURISM AND BUSINESS
Helping a son or daughter choose a college is one of the most important, and most challenging tasks that any parent faces. Of course, all parents want the best for their children, but sometimes it’s hard to know in advance exactly what the best choice would be. We talked to parents of two RIT Croatia freshman students, who shared their thoughts on their children’s college choice
RIT reports that this year, more students will graduate from RIT’s international campuses than ever before. RIT’s campuses in China, Croatia, Dubai and Kosovo are expected to award degrees to more than 500 students, up from 369 degrees granted in 2017-18.
Each year, about 30 percent of our students come from outside Croatia. Our international students bring a variety of cultural experiences, styles, languages and customs that make our learning community more interesting and diverse.
Further to the visit of our colleagues from Rochester regarding the Manuscript project, Ms. Tania Kleynhans presented a paper on the topic “Technology to Preserve Dubrovnik’s Cultural Heritage” at the Techne Summit that was held in Dubrovnik on May 4 and 5.
Career Education Day is among the most important happenings in RIT Croatia academic calendar. It is a “class outside class” networking and learning opportunity for many of our stakeholders – from students, to companies and employers, our faculty and staff, and – our alumni!
This year, the RIT Venture Capital Fund in cooperation with RIT’s Simone Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, chose 16 students through a highly competitive process to attend a 3-day workshop on venture capital investing in Sunnyvale, California.
On April 25th, our freshman student, Angel Hristov, a long term employee of AIDA Cruises, organized a guided tour of the AIDAblu cruise ship on a regular visit to Dubrovnik for three other students of his generation, Kaitlin D'Costa, Tetiana Kulbaka and Ante Cvitković, who were joined by prof. Domagoj Nikolić.
From April 8 to April 11 prof. Branko Mihaljević and prof. Martin Žagar were visiting RIT Dubai campus and IEEE EDUCON conference 2019 where they presented a research paper in collaboration with prof. Steve Zilora from our main campus entitled “International student cooperation in Capstone research project”.
Faculty exchange between RIT campuses continues, and last week it was professor Milena kužnin’s turn to visit the Rochester campus and continue the fruitful cooperation between HTM departments in Rochester and Dubrovnik.
Recipients of the Outstanding Undergraduate Scholar Award are RIT students who have completed over 83 credit hours of study and have an established cumulative grade point average of 3.85 in the previous semester. Alongside that, this award given to students is a strong reminder that hard work is always praised and never unnoticed.
After the successful Round 1 that took place in March, Eta Sigma Delta honor society organized yet another Family Feud quiz, this time on the topic of “Leadership”.
It was a long weekend full of anticipation for participants of the 5th Hackathon Dubrovnik organized by DURA Agency in partnership with RIT Croatia and University of Dubrovnik.
This week, our HTM department had the honor of hosting Dr. Muhammet Kesgin, assistant professor from the HTM Rochester main campus. Dr Kesgin is the first in line of planned HTM faculty exchange between campuses and during his stay in Dubrovnik he visited several classes and delivered a couple of lectures to our Dubrovnik campus students in courses such as Food and Travel and Assessing and Improving Service Quality.
Stefano Filimonović, one of our IB students at the Zagreb campus, had a fantastic chance to be a part of a group of sixteen RIT students who traveled to Silicon Valley during spring break for the inaugural Venture Fund Capital Forum.
On April 9th Ms. Anja Marković, Executive Director of the Association for Civil Society Bonsai from Dubrovnik, honored us once again as the guest speaker in the Entrepreneurial Responsible Leadership course, taught by prof. Milena Kužnin.
Yet another year, yet another happening (or a competition if you will) our students are always interested in: Hackaton Dubrovnik! Over the past 5 years, our students have actively participated and achieving excellent results! And yes, they will be doing the same this year.
RIT Croatia juniors and seniors from the HTM program spent their Saturday, March 30th in Montenegro as they were hosted by two top class hospitality enterprises – Porto Montenegro and Luštica Bay. Due to the initiative of Dr. Besim Agušaj, professor and Area Head for the HTM program, both companies gladly opened their doors to RIT Croatia students and gave them the opportunity to take an in-depth (behind the scene) site tour in both places.
Dog Therapy at Žarkovica animal shelter – students gave a helping hand to human’s best friends
Self-evaluation 2019 / Samoanaliza 2019
WINNERS OF RIT CROATIA’S ENGLISH LANGUAGE CONTEST 2019
First day of Spring marked another interested (and yummy) event at our Zagreb campus – the traditional International dinner which our students organize to promote the multicultural experience at RIT Croatia.
RIT Croatia Dubrovnik campus, in cooperation with Dubrovnik libraries, had the honor of hosting and organizing a series of lectures, a workshop and a roundtable discussion on the topic “Imaging a future for the past – uncovering lost text from manuscripts” that took place from March 18-20, 2019.
On March 5th and 7th, RIT Croatia honored 66 students from the Dubrovnik campus and 100 students from the Zagreb campus for achieving academic excellence. This year, the RIT Croatia students from the Dubrovnik campus celebrated at Lalezar Restaurant in Hotel Libertas Rixos and Zagreb students enjoyed their night at Restaurant Lido!
Invitation to “Imaging a future for the past – uncovering lost text from manuscripts” event
Another year, another very successful Career Education Day. In case you did not know, RIT Croatia (at that time ACMT) was the first to introduce such an event in this region in 2000, which is not surprising given that RIT is focused on career-oriented education.
Last week ended on a high note at the Dubrovnik campus, with RIT Croatia Family Feud’s first round taking place on Friday, March 1. In case you are wondering what is Family Feud, continue reading
The 6th International Java Community Conference in Croatia, Javantura v6 (https://javantura.org/), was organized on Saturday, February 23rd, in Hotel Panorama in Zagreb.
On Thursday, February 21 professor Nikolina Božinović organized the first German conversational table (Kaffeetreff) in this semester, which took part in Gaffe Pub Dubrovnik.
Dođi na zabavne i edukativne radionice engleskog jezika
Can you imagine going to a foreign country to participate at a competition on something you are really very passionate about, but you do not know anyone there? Also, you should apply as a team – but you do not have one?
On Wednesday, January 30th, Admissions Office organized an info session for our 3rd and 4th-year students with Ms. Maja Balen from IRO – Institute for the Development of Education at our Zagreb campus.
At RIT Croatia we are always excited about new learning experiences, working with people from diverse communities and learning from their experiences. And you know what happens when you get 4 industry experts sharing their knowledge on the importance of soft skills?
Through the Erasmus program of the EU, and RIT Croatia’s agreements with universities throughout Europe, students and professors have the opportunity to study and teach for a full semester in Turkey, Germany, France, Poland, and Italy.
As a a part of guest lecture series at RIT Croatia’s Dubrovnik campus, on February 8th we’ve had the pleasure of welcoming Mr. Daniel Marušić, President and CEO of DT Croatia. DT Croatia (DTC) is one of the leading destination management companies in south east Europe. Mr. Marušić presented on the topic “Introduction to DMC, the One-Stop-Shop in the Tourism”.
JOIN OUR PROFESSORS AND STUDENTS TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT PROGRAMS AND SCHOLARSHIP OPTIONS AT GLOBAL CAMPUSES OF THE U.S. UNIVERSITY IN CROATIA!
Top Digital Agency, a renowned startup in the B2B online communications arena recognized RIT Croatia for preparing students for their careers
For all who are interested in finding out more about us, we will host an Info Session in Tirana, February 14, 2019 at 16:00 hours at the following address: Tirana International Hotel & Conference Center, Scanderbeg Square, Tirana, Albania.
An interesting Q&A with Zoran Pejović and Marko Sučić, our alumni who were just awarded with a prestigious Hideaway Report 2019 Editors' Choice Award
Professor Domagoj Nikolić of the RIT Croatia’s HTM department joined Professors Rick Lagiewski and Muhammet Kesgin and students from the Rochester campus on their experiential learning study trip to Dubai and Abu Dhabi from January 5-13, 2019.
Although they attend colleges thousands of miles away, student leaders from Rochester Institute of Technology’s global campuses found common goals to improve student experiences, cultural understanding and lasting friendships at the sixth annual Student Government Global Consortium, held at the main RIT campus January 4-7, 2019.
It's December 18, 2018 and a lot of IB Freshman students are queuing up in the premises of HUB385 in Zagreb.
It’s 4:39. Charity auction starts in less than 2 and a half hours. I have to be honest about this thing. For those of you that do not know or haven’t heard of Charity auction: it’s an event that the RIT’s Student Government hosts once a year.
On December 5th the Dubrovnik campus hosted Dario Bijelić, our Alum currently working as an Online Revenue Consultant in Phobs, coming to our Technology in Service Systems class to give a talk on Online Revenue Management for Hospitality Clients with a particular focus on market trends and our local context.
On December 5, Career Services Office has arranged a site visit for WMC students in Dubrovnik to a company called Direct Booker.
On Monday, December 17, 2018, Dr. Jim Watters, Senior Vice-President of Finance & Administration, and Ms. Therese Hannigan, Director, RIT Online, represented RIT & RIT Croatia at the opening of the exhibition “Dubrovnik, A Scarred City – The Destruction and Restoration of Dubrovnik 1991-2000” at the United Nations Headquarters in NYC.
Another year, another Holiday Auction on both of our campuses. It has been over 15 years that RIT Croatia (ACMT at that time) started this tradition.
Usually, the Holiday Season starts with setting up decorations sometimes in December, but a group of our students from Scientific Inquiries in Environmental Science course, led by professor Marlena Ćukteraš, started thinking about what can be done differently long before December.
As a part of the course Scientific Inquiries in Environmental Science, taught by prof. Marlena Ćukteraš, students from Dubrovnik campus had two field trips this semester.
It was that time of the year when we organized yet another annual Induction Ceremony of the new Eta Sigma Delta members, as well as the new distinguished members from the hospitality industry.
On the warm evening of December 4, 2018, an interesting gathering took place at the RIT Croatia's Dubrovnik campus. For the first time, our HTM students presented the outcomes of their HotelSim work that they did in the past three months
On Friday, November 30, we had the pleasure of hosting Ms. Ivana Valentić, an RIT Croatia Alumna who is currently employed as the EU Funds Project Coordinator at Rimac Automobili d.o.o..
Mrs. Cindy Johnson, Vice President of Human Resources and Ms. Ossana Frey, Restaurant Manager from The Broadmoor Hotel visited our campuses both in Zagreb and in Dubrovnik last week.
This year’s EuroCHRIE conference took place in the Chartered Accountants House Dublin from the 7th-9th of November 2018. Under the CHRIE umbrella, both education and industry combine their efforts to shape the future of hospitality & tourism.
Living and studying in a new country is a whole education in itself, and the opportunity to absorb new languages and cultures, and meet new friends can be an unforgettable and even life-changing experience.
Last Saturday, November 10, was a good opportunity for all our Alums who are in Split and in surrounding area to join us for an Alumni Get Together.
RIT School of International Hospitality and Service Innovation celebrated and awarded Hospitality Alumni for their outstanding achievements and dedication to RIT.
On Saturday, November 10, a group of our students from the Dubrovnik campus, organized by Student Government, volunteered at the Animal Shelter Žarkovica on Mountain Srđ!
It is so amazing to watch the versitility of our alumni. Not only have they developed successful business...
RIT Croatia believes that providing its students with experiential learning opportunities will prepare them better for their future.
Ms. Anja Marković, Executive Director of the Volonterski centar Dubrovnik/Bonsai Association, was invited by professor Milena Kužnin to deliver a lecture on sustainable volunteering and the importance of volunteering, especially for undergraduate students.
You have quite possibly heard about a hackaton, maybe you have attended one or two yourself. And you know it means usually 24 hours of coding and programming with the aim to come up with a solution to a hackaton challenge.
his Friday, October 19, our IT / WMC students had a pleasure of listening to Mr. Nino Črljenec and Mr. Goran Nikšić from from Zeraxo d.o.o., a software development and online marketing agency.
Though this might sound like a cliche, at RIT Croatia we like sharing knowledge and learning from one another. In order to do so, we organize Science and Research seminars (thank you Dr. Tabak!) where our community has an opportunity to learn about different fields (from philosophy to mathematics and blockchain technology!), usually from our Faculty.
Student Government of Dubrovnik Campus and Study Abroad students from the Rochester campus that are currently spending a semester in Dubrovnik are jointly organizing a NO VOICE ZONE on Friday, October 26 in Room 11, from 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm.
Following the successful Club Fair at the Zagreb campus that occurred last Friday, this week we present you the Club Fair at the Dubrovnik campus!
Luka Boršić is one of our general education faculty members; he is a true enthusiast when it comes to his (scientific) field – philosophy!
Our students have various curricular and extracurricular activities and opportunities at their hand which help them grow and develop their knowledge and various skills. One of the popular activities are our student clubs.
Our Zagreb students had an opportunity to attend Hrvatski telekom's guest lecture starring Pepper, the humanoid robot. E
We are happy to announce and to invite you on our next Science and Research Seminar that will be held by our Alumnus (for the first time we have a student seminar talk). Mateo Sokač will hold a seminar on the topic of “Bioinformatics Big Data/MachineLearning”.
As always, a big part of education at RIT Croatia is connected to being aware and knowledgeable of new and upcoming technologies. Our professor, Dr. Peter Schmidt, came up with the idea of a Blockchain Academy and has organized it in a lecture series for students who are showing a really big interest in this topic.
On October 11th, HTM freshman students, guided by prof. Besim Agušaj, have visited Sheraton Dubrovnik Riviera Hotel in Srebreno.
In the week of October 8-12 we had three faculties from the Saunders College of Business from Rochester visiting our Zagreb campus: Michael Palanski, Joy Olabisi and Molly McGowan.
On September 27, Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) announced the new brand strategy and identity with the goal of telling its story in a more compelling and cohesive fashion.
The European Day of Languages was marked in Dubrovnik on September 27, 2018 in the organization of Europski dom Dubrovnik and our students took part in the celebration.
Dr. Francis Brassard, who is teaching at our Dubrovnik campus, has presented a paper on the topic “The Mind-Body Problem in the Theory of Natural Philosophy of Ruđer Josip Bošković” at the conference “27. Dani Frane Petrića”.
On September 25 we had the honor of hosting Mr. Ken Medanic, the CEO of NeuroTrader, who gave a guest lecture on the topic “Paradigm-shifting the financial markets using biodata and machine learning”.
RIT Croatia Alumni Office organized the RIT Global Day of Service 2018 that was held on Saturday, September 8th, 2018 at RIT Croatia campus in Dubrovnik.
“Our experiences are what distinguishes us from the rest,” is the quote I live by. Growing up in the United States, then moving to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates to study abroad, really allowed me to learn about a variety of different cultures, languages, and traditions, all while growing as a person.
Dear Class of 2022,
You've probably heard from your parents, older friends and family members that college is going to be the best time of your life; that you should cherish every moment and make the best out of every opportunity and experience that you are given.
Rochester Institute of Technology is among the top third “National Universities,” and among the top 50 choices of high school guidance counselors, according to U.S. News & World Report rankings.
As a part of guest lecture series at RIT Croatia, this past week we had the pleasure of welcoming Mr. Hrvoje Grgić, an RIT Alumni currently working as a software developer at Altima.
RIT Croatia Alumni Office organizes RIT Global Day of Service 2018, that will be held on Saturday, September 8th, 2018 at RIT Croatia campus in Dubrovnik from 9 am to 12pm.
We are happy to take a look back and see how many good memories we've created within the RIT Croatia community during the academic year 2017/2018.
Eastern Academy of Management International and RIT Croatia are co-sponsoring Managing in a Global Economy Conference XVIII that will take place in Dubrovnik from June 16-20, 2019.
It felt like yesterday when Matea Grbešić enrolled at RIT Croatia.
For the ninth time, the annual manifestation Tesla & Friends was held in Zagreb July 9-11. Traditionally, RIT Croatia was one of the partners of the event.
As an International Business senior student I chose Management for my major since I have had a passion towards project management, organization, creating strategies etc., for a long time.
One of the perks of studying at RIT Croatia is a possibility to engage in the works of various students clubs – from sports, to robotics, there is also a club for those interested in the world of finance. „Investment Club at RIT Croatia is not a typical student club.
It is end of March. Most of RIT Croatia students attend classes in Croatian campuses, and Matej, from Zagreb campus, is starting his day in Rochester, almost 7,000 kilometers away from home. He is one of our students who took the opportunity to experience studying on an American campus.
Volunteering activities and giving back to the community is nothing new at our campuses. Our students give back through our Community Service Day(s), The Charity Auctions, and as part of class.
As I was waiting to finally be awarded my hard-earned diploma from RIT Croatia, I felt a rush of emotions. I could not believe that I was completing such a large milestone in my life,...
We are pleased to announce that RIT Croatia has awarded four students who had the best results at our entrance exams.
Professors Nikolina Božinović and Barbara Perić participated in the International Linguistic Conference CLARC 2018 “Perspectives on Linguistic Diversity” on June 8 - 10, 2018 in Rijeka.
Dr. Branko Mihaljević and Aleksander Radovan, as representatives of RIT Croatia, together with four of our IT/WMC students – Leo Bach, Hrvoje Grgić, Daniela Kunej, and Matko Piškor, participated in a roundtable discussion, organized by Oracle Academy on June 6th in Zagreb.
This May, RIT Croatia Dubrovnik welcomed a group of RIT students and parents who came to explore Croatia and learn more about our country.
Animation Career Review has again named Rochester Institute of Technology the top game design school on the East Coast. RIT also ranked second on the list of Top 50 Game Design Schools in the U.S., moving up from third in 2017.
Another academic year comes to an end and we say good-bye (not farewell!!) to another class of graduating students. One would think that one would get used to it by now, but our faculty and staff members beg to differ.
RIT Croatia Alumni Association selected its new leadership: Mirela Subotić, BS Graduate, Class of 2004 as its President and Ivan Slade Šilović, MS Graduate, Class of 2015 as its Vice-President.
Top Digital Agency has a lot of reasons to happy – they just won the Spark.me Startup competition, the most carefully curated tech / business conference in SEE region that just took place in Montenegro.
The conference is organized bi-annually by the Economics Faculty in Zagreb. Topics of the conference include a wide range of economics and business related issues and this year’s theme was “Managing change”.
As the valedictorian of the class 2018 and as RIT Croatia delegate, I had the privilege to visit Rochester campus and represent RIT Croatia on this year’s Rochester commencement ceremony which took place on May 11th.
A lecture organized especially for RIT Croatia hospitality industry partners was held by Mr. Karthik Namasivayam on Monday, May 21st, at RIT Croatia Dubrovnik campus.
Promjene u svijetu nisu nikakva novost; praktički su svakodnevica uz uznapredovalu tehnologiju. Change management je stoga jedna od gorućih tema u svijetu menadžmenta, a jedna od osoba koje itekako dobro poznaje proces upravljanja promjenama je Ivana Šoljan.
On May 9, the Dubrovnik campus hosted a group of students from Häme University of Applied Sciences (HAMK) in Finland, led by Ms. Dawn Aarnio, a senior lecturer in the School of Entrepreneurship and Business.
On April 19th, 2018, Eta Sigma Delta Honorary Society organized the society’s first Round Table on the topic of “International Skills Development: The Triad of Students-Higher Education-Hospitality Companies” which took place at the Bellevue hotel in Dubrovnik.
On Tuesday, May 8th, the Dubrovnik campus hosted twenty three students and two professors associated with the College of Business from the University of Tennessee Chattanooga, who are traveling throughout the Balkans on a multi-week study abroad program.
You are cordially invited on our next Science and Research Seminar given by Dr. Kristijan Tabak on the topic: “Group Theory and Applications”. Seminar will be held on Friday, April 20th at 17:00.
Dean's List is a superior academic achievement for all RIT Croatia students who obtain GPA 3.4 or higher and every semester, a special dinner is organized in order to celebrate this success. Having the Dean's List status is an indicator of hard work as a result of a long-term dedication and continuous learning, but also a motivation to continue pursuing that hard work.
It took 3 months of intensive preparation; blood, sweat and tears went into organizing this event, and the grand finale justified all of our expectations – “Dinburger ChaRITy Evening” that took place in Hilton Imperial turned out to be excellent in all aspects.
On Thursday, April 19, RIT Croatia hosted 30 students of second and fourth year from Ekonomska i trgovačka srednja škola Dubrovnik, along with two of their professors.
RIT offers its students much more than just excellent education and a well-respected diploma; this week, Dr. James Watters, Senior Vice President of the University of Finance and Administration, visited RIT Croatia campuses in Dubrovnik and Zagreb to introduce the RIT Venture Fund to students and graduates.
Two of our Dubrovnik senior students, Jelena Ćenan and Margareta Anđelković are participating in a project conducted on Henrietta campus. Mentored by our professor, Dr. Vanda Bazdan, they are conducting a research for a project run by Prof. Jules J. Chiavaroli, AIA from Golisano Institute of Sustainability and his students.
Rochester Institute of Technology believes that it is absolutely essential to award their students for their exemplary academic achievements. Every year RIT commemorates these students by honoring them through the Outstanding Scholar Award. This award recognizes the 1% of undergraduate students that were able to achieve a grade point average of 3.85 during their 4 year undergraduate program.
The 4th Dubrovnik Hackathon took place at Hotel Royal Princess in Dubrovnik from April 14-15, organized by DURA Agency, with the support of RIT Croatia and University of Dubrovnik.
In April 2018, BEE Club took students to Bratislava to meet International Business Machine (IBM), accompanied by professor Jesus Cazares. We were very well welcomed to their company where they offered coffee and sandwiches for all of our tired students after the 7 hour trip.
Our annual Community Service Day at the Dubrovnik campus was held this Friday, April 13. Freshmen students, mentored by prof. Rebecca Charry, decided to dedicate their time and efforts for the benefit of residents of the "Centar za rehabilitaciju" Josipovac nearby Dubrovnik.
In order to recognize its student helpers and thus mark the student employment week, RIT Croatia organized a pizza get-together for 61 student helpers in both campuses. Aside from their studies, these students are very active in undertaking activities in various areas – from tutoring and working in the library, to conducting diverse communication activities by writing stories or even making videos about RIT Croatia!
Dubrovnik hosted an international conference “Sharing the Future of Cultural Heritage – Synergies between Heritage, Tourism and Digital Culture” on cultural heritage issues, in line with the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018.
We are happy to announce and to invite you on our next Science and Research Seminar held by Dr.Luka Boršić on the topic of “What is Science?”
Seminar will be held on Friday, April 6th at 16.00 at VC rooms in Zagreb and Dubrovnik.
The Dubrovnik Campus had the pleasure of hosting around 50 students, accompanied by 3 professors from the RIT Kosovo Economist Club on April 9th.
This most active student club at RIT Kosovo, with a great portfolio of activities including conferences, guest lectures, knowledge quizzes, newsletter publishing and networking with similar universities in the region.
First week of spring marked another interested (and yummy) event at our Dubrovnik campus – the traditional International Dinner, organized by our students with the purpose of promoting the multicultural experience at RIT Croatia.
Spending a day in the Aman Resort in Sveti Stefan in Montenegro is usually a couple of thousand Euros worth experience, unless your college takes you there as part of your curriculum. And this is exactly what happened to RIT Croatia sophomore and junior year students of the Hospitality and Tourism Management program, who spent their Saturday, April 7th, in Sveti Stefan, Montenegro.
Are you thinking of studying abroad at one of the American universities in the United States but it might be too far away? Do you know that Rochester Institute of Technology, one of the 10 largest private universities in the USA, has global campuses in Croatia?
Razmišljaš li o fakultetu i mogućnostima studiranja u inozemstvu? Znaš li da postoji američki koledž u Hrvatskoj koji već 20 godina obrazuje studente iz regije i cijelog svijeta? Želiš li saznati više o mogućnostima ostvarivanja stipendija i studiranja na RIT-jevim kampusima na tri kontinenta?
18 years ago RIT Croatia (ACMT at that time) pioneered with the Career Education day concept in the immediate region. Focused on preparing students for future careers, ACMT came up with a platform to help them connect and network with their (future) employers. 2018. was a record year – we've had over 1,000 participants and 73 companies on both of our CED events!
On March 29, Dubrovnik campus students who are taking the Intercultural Communication class, taught by prof. Francis Brassard, had the opportunity to listen to a guest lecture on the topic of “Soft Power”, delivered by Mr. Barry Tomalin, an international business consultant, specializing in international communication and cultural awareness.
Head of Economic Research Department of Erste&Steiermärkische Bank Alen Kovač visited our Zagreb campus and talked to our students about the economic development of Croatia, its position in the region and in the EU; he focused on the causes and effect of economic growth, as well as impact of fiscal and monetary policy.
On March 23rd, we had the pleasure of hosting around 35 students from Privatna Gimnazija Dubrovnik (1st and 3rd year), who came to attend workshops accompanied by two of their professors.
English Language Contest is a competition in English language and presentation skills our college organizes on yearly basis, with the aim to award the best participants with valuable scholarships. Scholarships are nonrefundable and can only be used to enroll in undergraduate programs at RIT Croatia
On, Tuesday, March 27th RIT Croatia Dubrovnik campus was honored to host Ms. Ashely Colburn from Ashley Colburn Productions. Ms. Colburn was invited by our Career Services Office to give lecture about "Finding the Wonder in the World." The lecture was done as a part of the freshman year Intercultural Communication class, co-taught by professors Zrinka Friganović Sain and Francis Brassard.
We are happy to announce and to invite you on our next Science and Research Seminar delivered by Dr. Peter Schmidt on the topic of “BlockChain Technology”.
Seminar will be held on Friday, March 23, 17.00-18.30 at VC rooms in Zagreb and Dubrovnik.
First day of Spring marked another interested (and yummy) event at our Zagreb campus – the traditional International dinner which our students organize to promote the multicultural experience at RIT Croatia. This year's event gathered more than 100 students presenting and tasting various dishes from countries such as Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria and Russia.
Each year, our Freshmen students research the local causes in their respective communities that need help and support. Then they choose a cause and organize a Community Service Day to support it.
As part of HTM Guest lecture series, professor Besim Agušaj and his group of students from the Business Continuity and Crisis Management course had the opportunity to listen to a lecture on the topic of “Crisis Management”, delivered by Mr. Goran Pulig, Deputy Security, Safety and Quality Manager from Dubrovnik Airport. The lecture was held on March 22 at the premises of Dubrovnik Airport.
Vjerojatno dobro govoriš engleski jezik. To nije toliko čudno pored toliko glazbe, filmova (da ne spominjemo društvene mreže J) kojima smo izloženi. Ali, jesi li se ikada zapitao / zapitala koliko dobro zaista poznaješ jezik? Recimo, staviš zarez na pogrešno mjesto u rečenici i potpuno joj promijeniš smisao!!
Dr. Evelina Miščin spent the week of our Spring Break at the Osmaniye Korkut Ata University in Osmaniye, Turkey, where she taught English classes as a part of the Erasmus+ exchange program.
On Friday, March 9th, our Dubrovnik campus hosted students and their teachers from Ekonomska škola in Dubrovnik. Around 35 students had the opportunity to take part in the workshop “Entrepreneurship and You”, held by our professors Milena Kužnin and Kevin Walker.
Razmišljaš li o fakultetu i mogućnostima studiranja u inozemstvu? Znaš li da postoji američki koledž u Hrvatskoj koji već 20 godina obrazuje studente iz cijelog svijeta i BiH? Želiš li saznati više o mogućnostima ostvarivanja vrijednih stipendija i studiranja na RIT-jevim kampusima na tri kontinenta?
Dolazimo u Mostar kako bismo predstavili koledž, studije koje nudimo i mogućnosti studiranja na našim kampusima:
HUB385, u suradnji sa RIT Croatia, poziva sve srednjoškolce na predavanje na temu “Uvod u kriptovalute i blockchain”, koju će održati Nikola Škorić, suosnivač startapa Electrocoin!
On February 17th, Zagreb hosted the 5th International Java community conference in Croatia. Organized by Croatian Java User Association (HUJAK), this evet has grown into one of the biggest Java community conferences in this part of Europe. HUJAK’s intention with the conference is to “present a variety of topics interesting to a wide range of attendees and to encourage an exchange of experiences as well as establish firmer connections inside the community sharing similar interests”. So, this year Javantura gathered 300 participants and hosted 25 sessions.
On Thursday, March 1, 2018, Mr. Mato Franković, Mayor of Dubrovnik, will be visiting the Rochester campus of RIT, as a part of his official US visit. He will be holding a presentation at the Rochester campus at 2:00 PM (8:00 PM Croatian time), on the topic of „Challenges Facing Dubrovnik Tourism“
On February 22, the Dubrovnik campus of RIT Croatia had the pleasure of hosting Mr. Robert Kohorst, the new US Ambassador in Croatia. Ambassador Kohorst took up this position on January 10, 2018 and this is his first visit to Dubrovnik since his official arrival to Croatia.
On Friday, February 16, professor Domagoj Nikolić, who is teaching courses at the HTM program in Dubrovnik, held a presentation of the research he conducted with the Super Brain Research Group, an international scientific organization using advanced technologies for the exploration of ancient sites.
Yesterday, February 12, Dubrovnik campus had the pleasure of hosting Ms. Jadranka Boban Pejić, the founder and director of Biovega, the leading organic food producer in Croatia. Ms. Boban Pejić is an award-winning entrepreneur and the most successful manager in Croatia in the "Green Economy" field.
Our Enrollment team, in collaboration with representatives of student government, organized the College Day at both campuses on Friday, January 26th.
For the first time, Rochester Institute of Technology has been recognized by the Institute of International Education in its annual IIE Andrew Heiskell Awards for Innovation in International Education. RIT received honorable mention in the Internationalizing the Campus category and will be featured by the IIENetwork as a “best practice” in international education.
Elevator pitch, noun: a short, catchy and compelling story that would best explain the benefits of an idea and get the audience to understand why such idea would be successful
Ms. Ana Brant, RIT Croatia’s Alumna, was invited to be a part of the Standards Advisory Committee for Forbes Travel Guide.
In honor of her unforgettable study abroad experience in Dubrovnik, Michaela decided to organize a “Night in Dubrovnik” event at “Caledonia Village Inn” in Rochester, NY, a family restaurant owned by Lisa and Jeff Bleier, Michaela's parents.
JOIN OUR PROFESSORS AND STUDENTS TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT PROGRAMS AND SCHOLARSHIP OPTIONS AT GLOBAL CAMPUSES OF THE U.S. UNIVERSITY IN CROATIA!
RIT Croatia's students Eni Hoyka, Tina Kolić and Martin Kajtazi joined forces with students from other schools in Zagreb to warn about the food waste problem. And they picked a very popular Advent time in Zagreb during Christmas holiday to talk about it.
While most people can't wait for January because of the „New Year – New Me“opportunities, we believe there are some (students) out there who can't wait for January because of an annual Student Government Global Consortium event that takes place in one of RIT's Global campuses.
Rochester Institute of Technology has been recognized for offering some of the nation’s best online programs.
If you ask anyone about their favorite RIT Croatia thing, most of them will say: RIT community. One of the reasons for it is the overall student support system available on our college. In order to help them navigate their student lives (and future careers!) we have enabled our students support from our faculty, academic advisors, career advisors and – students!
On December 8th our students had the opportunity to present their work to Franck's professionals: Ana-Marija Brodarić; Senior Brand Manager for Espresso & R&G Coffee Brands, Teo Račić; Business Intelligence Assistant and Ivan Jurković; Business Intelligence Manager.
Dr. Staša Puškarić has been teaching Environmental Science courses at RIT Croatia and sharing his vast knowledge and cool sciency ideas with RIT's students for 17 years! When he's not teaching, you can find him in his garage, fixing or building something – from a guitar to a drone that measures the quality of air!
Austin McChord, who graduated in 2009 from RIT, makes the unprecedented gift in university’s history by donating $50 million to Rochester Institute of Technology, the largest donation ever made to the university and one of the largest ever in the region.
As a cherry on the top at the end of the fall semester, all students from the Dubrovnik campus, as well as high school students from Dubrovnik, were invited to become adventurous explorers and ''Chase Dubrovnik's Peace'' as participants of the Scavenger Hunt Dubrovnik.
There was quite a queue into our Zagreb campus on December 2nd as more than 100 people wanted to participate in JCI- Junior Chamber International Zagreb’s business conference on the art and importance of Storytelling.
Our Zagreb campus students were in for a treat on Friday November 10th when we welcomed Mrs. Ana Marija Petričević, Mrs. Mila Perović and Mr. Igor Kranjčec from VIPnet. The trio came to talk about their experiences in Corporate innovations & VIPnet’s Intrapreneurship program; as a member of the Telekom Austria Group, Vipnet has participated in its ‘Empowering ideas – intrapreneurship program’ and our presenters finished that competition as a winning team that continued to work on the program ideas.
Eta Sigma Delta Honorary Society at RIT Croatia celebrated its second year of existence by inducting 12 new members! On December 7, 2017, the induction ceremony took place at the Rixos Libertas Hotel in Dubrovnik.
On Saturday, December 2, even the heavy rain did not stop some of our Alumni from Montenegro to come at the Alumni Get Together that took place in “The One” restaurant in Porto Montenegro, Tivat.
Holiday Season, the favorite time of the year for many people, started off at RIT Croatia with traditional Charity Auctions that took place November 17 in Zagreb at the Johann Franck, and November 24 in Dubrovnik at the Culture Club Revelin.
On Thursday, November 23rd, professors Milena Kužnin and Besim Agušaj from our HTM program attended the 20th Congress of the Croatian Hotelier Association that took place in Hotel Sheraton in Zagreb.
Our 7th IT guest lecture at the Dubrovnik campus was held on Monday, November 13th. We were honored to host Mr. Thomas Cashman, Senior Software Engineer from Ireland based company called Cellusys that has offices in UAE, Germany, Spain, USA, Thailand and recently Croatia.
On November 10th, the IT students at the Dubrovnik campus had the opportunity to attend the guest lecture held by Mr. Aleksandar Radovan, who is the Java team leader at KING ICT, Software Architect, a member of HUJAK organization and one of IT professors at RIT Croatia. Mr. Radovan gave a lecture on the topic "Java DevOps practices".
For the purpose of enriching our students’ experience, Dr. Francis Brassard, the Associate Dean at the Dubrovnik campus, has introduced an event called Kaffeetreff at both campuses.
On November 9th, students enrolled in Assessing and Improving Service Quality course, taught by prof. Milena Kužnin at the Dubrovnik campus, participated in a Speed Dating Exercise that aimed for achieving one of the 8 behaviors of quality professionals – how to be a quality motivator!
During the weekend of November 4th, the weather was in favor of our students from Dubrovnik campus, who are taking the Environmental Science class with professor Marlena Ćukteraš. Professor Ćukteraš took two groups of students to a field trip in Konavle region.
Professor Kevin Walker from the Hospitality and Tourism Management program at the Dubrovnik campus, traveled to Nairobi, Kenya to attend the 35th EuroCHRIE 2017 conference, taking place from October 23-25.
The annual One SpiRIT event that is meant to celebrate togetherness of the RIT community, took place on Saturday, October 28.
As a part of the Eurodesk campaign called “TimetoMove2017“, our professor Zrinka Friganović Sain and her foreign language students were invited to visit the Tourism and Hospitality High School in Dubrovnik in order to perform their sketch called "One Day in a Tourist Office”
Andrea Kecić, a junior year student of the HSM program at the Dubrovnik campus, took the opportunity of the Global Scholar program and she is currently spending the fall semester o
On October 26, IHSM students at the Dubrovnik campus had a guest speaker lecture on “Specialty Travel”, delivered by Mr. Rudi Winsberg who is an RIT Alum and the Director of Elite Sports Travel.
Tigers of RIT Croatia, the Student Government invites you all to join them at the One Spirit vent taking place at RIT Croatia Zagreb and Dubrovnik campuses on Saturday, October 28, from 6pm-8pm.
We are happy to announce and to invite you on our next Science and Research Seminar called “A Tangled Tale of Training and Talent: PhDs in Institutional Asset Management” and delivered by professor Zoran Ivkovich, who teaches at the Department of Finance, Eli Broad College of Business, Michigan State University.
This Monday, October 23rd, RIT Croatia students had an opportunity to meet Milly Doolan who has devoted her career to - Government Relations.
This time last year, had you asked me where I will be in 3 months, I would have told you: “At home, in Zagreb, where do you think I will be“. Little did I know that I will be applying for a rotational position internship six time zones away from home - Just like everybody else at RIT Croatia, I received an email from our Career Office Manager, that briefly stated that an exclusive club/resort in South Florida,
The 4th IT guest lecture at the Dubrovnik campus was held on Monday, October 23rd . Our guest speaker was prof. Elizabeth Lawley, professor in the Interactive Games & Media department at RIT
We are happy to announce and to invite you on our next Science and Research Seminar on the topic of “Archaeoastronomy and Archaeoacoustics at Kanda Geoglyph in Macedonia”. T
The annual RIT School of International Hospitality and Service Innovation Alumni Awards Reception took place on October 12 at the Rochester campus
Our IHSM guest lecture series at the Dubrovnik campus continued with Mrs. Ary Guzman Enzastiga from The Broadmoor Hotel, in Colorado, USA.
The IT guest lecture series at our Zagreb campus is continuing with the guest lecture by Mr. Josip Spajić from Megatrend Poslovna Rješenja.
As announced earlier, RIT Croatia’s Alumna, Ms. Ana Brant held a guest lecture in front of the full classroom of interested students at our Dubrovnik campus yesterday, October 18.
Led by prof. Marlena Ćukteraš, Environmental Science students from Dubrovnik campus took a field trip to peninsula of Pelješac on October 14&15
In the series of hospitality related guest speakers at our Dubrovnik campus, we will have the pleasure to host our RIT Croatia Alum, Ms. Ana Brant, Director, Global Guest Experience & Innovation at Dorchester Collection, USA!
This Friday, October 13, 2017, Professors Kužnin and Walker presented their paper, Contemporary Leadership Challenges in Hospitality Organizations in Times of Uncertainty and Change, at the 3rd Dubrovnik International Economic Meeting (DIEM 2017)
On Friday, October 13, 2017 RIT Croatia hosted an Informal Meeting for over 50 Erasmus coordinators from Croatian higher educational institutions and colleagues from the Agency or Mobility and EU Programs. T
We had the privilege of hosting Dr. Ivan Đikić, one of the most prominent Croatian scientists at our Dubrovnik campus on Friday, October 13. Dr. Đikić held a very inspiring lecture about scientific creativity and innovation to students, faculty and staff of both campuses
Dean's List Reception for students who attained Dean's List status during spring term of the 2016/2017 academic year was held October 10th in Hotel Libertas Rixos in Dubrovnik
On Monday Oct 9, Dr. James Winebrake, Professor of Public Policy and Dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Rochester Institute of Technology, held an interesting presentation to students, faculty and staff of the Dubrovnik campus on the topic “Death by Ships: The Health Impacts of Global Shipping and the International Policy Response”.
Professor Domagoj Tolić attended Breaking The Surface 2017 from October 3 until October 5, 2017 in Biograd na Moru.
The Module #1 of the “Start-me-up Academy“, organized by DURA and RIT Croatia took place on Friday, October 6, 2017.
It was a Thursday evening, Sept 28th, around 8PM. You would think the day was slowly coming to an end, but if you checked room 1 at our Zagreb campus, you would witness a lot of curious students anxiously waiting for a debate between the two professors
European Day of Languages 2017 was marked in Dubrovnik on September 28, 2017, and RIT Croatia students were invited to take part once again.
Presentation will be held on both campuses as follows: Friday Oct 6, 10:30-11:30, room 7 (Zagreb) and Monday Oct 9, 14:30-15:30, room 21 (Dubrovnik)
The beginning of the new academic year was marked with appointment of two Associate Deans at RIT Croatia: Dr. Irena Guszak Cerovečki and Dr. Francis Brassard.
Mrs. Daniela Lepeš, RIT Croatia Alum and Head of Marketing & PR at Adriatic Luxury Hotels , will be holding a guest lecture about Building Luxury Tourism
We will be honored to welcome Mr. Ljubo Nikolić, Executive Assistant from LAUS CC company to talk about Support and Application of IT systems in business..
We are using this opportunity to announce that RIT lanuched professional certificate program in 'Soft Skills' with edX.
Rochester Institute of Technology placed 130th out of 1,054 U.S. colleges and universities in The Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Ranking.
Career Service office invites you to attend the lecture that will be held on Wednesday September 27th at 9:30 and at 10:30 at the Azur Bar in Kunićeva 5 street in the Old Town.
We are continuing with our IT guest lecture series at the Dubrovnik campus by welcoming Mr. Nikša Vlahušić, Professional Associate at City of Dubrovnik Development Agency - DURA and Smart City Strategist...
Dr. Jasminka Samardžija, presented a research paper on the topic of “Propulsive Leadership Characteristics for Upgrading New Generation of Leaders in Transition Societies”...
As a part of his Lodging Operations Management course, prof. Mario Matković took another generation of the IHSM junior year students..
We have the pleasure of welcoming Mr. Ivan Ivanković , Operations and Logistics Manager at Uber ...
On September 16, parallel with the Tiger Olympics, RIT Croatia took part in the RIT Global Day of Service, which is a joint effort...
RIT Croatia is pleased to invite you to attend a free introductory lecture on SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING on Thursday, September 21st at 4-4:30 PM.
On Monday, September 18, RIT Croatia Dubrovnik Campus had the pleasure
It is our pleasure to announce that RIT Croatia representatives will be visiting various locations
Student Government Zagreb is organizing the TIGER OLYMPICS which will be held on Saturday, September 16th at ŠRC Trnje,
RIT, which just last year moved into the top "National Universities" category due to its rapid increase in research and Ph.D.
Mrs. Ana Brant, Director, Global Guest Experience &Innovation at Dorchester Collection
The Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) has re-accredited RIT for a full eight-year cycle after determining that the university complies with all
We are happy to take a look back and see how many good memories we've created within the RIT Croatia ...
Zagreb campus students Marija Lovrić and Adriana Markota won the third place i
Newest research program introduces students to gravitational wave astrophysics
On Monday, June 26, Franko Baković and Dr. Luka Boršić, who is a professor at RIT Croatia’s ...
In this celebratory year, when RIT Croatia is marking its 20th anniversary, it is beneficial to look back and to honor one ...
After successful cooperation with RIT Croatia in 2016, Porto Montenegro has offered another full scholarship...
Mato Franković, who obtained the Associate in Applied Science Degree in 2003
We are pleased to announce that RIT Croatia has awarded 4 students...
Marijo Mladinić, RIT Croatia Alumnus, who graduated from the International Hospitality
The 19th Commencement Ceremony was held in Dubrovnik on May 26, 2017...
We are happy to announce and to invite you on our next Science and Research Seminar on the topic of “Connecting and Consuming: Three Takes on Connection in Consumption Contexts”
Zadovoljstvo nam je najaviti znanstveni i istraživački seminar na temu: “Povezivanje i konzumiranje: Tri aspekta povezivanja u kontekstu konzumerizma”
Innovative technologies have a profound impact on businesses. Established companies faced with ...
Each year RIT Croatia rewards our top first-year students by sending them to visit the Rochester campus
Following the RITz Gala event organized in cooperation with HotelHilton Imperial to celebrate 20th
Ako te zanimaju računala i još razmišljaš o tome koji fakultet odabrat
Do you want to continue your education but you are not sure RIT’s Service Leadership and Innovation MS program is right for you?
Join us on Friday, May 12th @ 4pm for an info session!
Angela Madjer, a junior year student from the IB program in Zagreb, is currently participating in the Global Scholars...
International Dinner is a traditional event organized by foreign language students during which they demonstrate their ...
Princeton Review publication cites return on investment, strong teaching and career success
RIT Croatia AGAIN has a WINNING TEAM at the L'Oreal's Brandstorm competition!
This year's Career Education Day took place on April 5th in the Westin hotel in Zagreb...
RIT Croatia’s Dubrovnik campus had the honor to host the 2nd Annual Global Governance Forum in the period from April 8 – April 11, 2017.
Na ovoj radionici će nam Mia Marić opisati proces Cloxa dok je još bio samo ideja cipele sa satom
On Saturday, April 8, 2017, the weekend of 20th Anniversary celebration continued with a series of activities for our Alumni....
On Friday, April 7, 2017, more than 200 attendees, dignitaries from RIT, local community, former and ...
RIT Croatia Eta Sigma Delta Honor Society (ESD) members organized their first event in cooperation
Six teams of creative innovators, IT experts and programmers have spent 36 sleepless hours..
English Language Contest is a competition in English language and presentation skills our colleg
Next week our Enrollment specialists will visit the immediate region and talk...
We are happy to announce that DURA, in partnership with RIT Croatia and University of Dubrovnik, is hosting another Hackathon this upcoming weekend!
Another successful Community Service Day is behind us in Dubrovnik as it was held on Saturday, March 25th. For this year's community volunteering project...
RIT Croatia is hosting a lecture „Keeping Pace with the Future“ on one of key topics in today's business - organizational learning and knowledge management.
On Monday, March 27th, 2017 at 12:30 Eta Sigma Delta honor society....
RIT Croatia in cooperation with DURA and CITYOS is announcing the tech workshop ..
For the first time in 31 years, Dubrovnik and hotel Hilton Imperial host RITz - Annual ...
Dean's List receptions at both Zagreb and Dubrovnik were held for those students who obtained a GPA
We are proud to announce that for the first time, RIT Croatia is co-organizing an event with TEDxZagreb
Our Alumni Zdenko Lucić, who graduated from the IHSM program in Dubrovnik in 2005,
On March 9, 2017, RIT Croatia hosted over 30 students from Private Gymnasium Dubrovnik
17th Career Education Day was held on Wednesday, March 2, 2017 in Hotel Rixos Libertas in Dubrovnik.
Dr.sc. Besim Agušaj, professor and Area Head of the International Hospitality and Service
Poštovani profesori, zadovoljstvo nam je najavit naš sljedeći seminar u području znanosti I straživanja, kojeg će održati dr. Marko Grünhagen, na temu "Kako objaviti rad”.
Dear RIT Croatia Faculty, we are happy to announce...
RIT Croatia, in cooperation with DURA City of Dubrovnik Development Agency and CITYOS foundation....
Isabella Sturm, a student of the Web and Mobile Computing program at the RIT’s Golisano College of Computing...
Are you thinking of studying abroad at one of the American universities in the United States?
Razmišljaš li o fakultetu i mogućnostima studiranja u inozemstvu?
On January 19th, 2017, dr. Irena Guszak Cerovečki was a guest at the Research Seminar at the University of Rijeka Faculty of Economics...
19. siječnja 2017., dr. Irena Guszak Cerovečki bila je gost na istraživačkom seminaru koji se održavao na Ekonomskom...
Razmišljaš li o fakultetu i mogućnostima studiranja u inostranstvu?
Making the world a better place in a beautiful city!
Former dean of the University of Michigan College of Engineering praised for academic record, research credentials, student engagement, leadership, vision.
What is peer mentoring? It’s a way for first year and transfer students to hear tips,
Rochester Institute of Technology’s Golisano Institute for Sustainability (GIS)
Kako izabrati fakultet i oblikovati karijeru po svojoj mjeri?
Another year is coming to its end, and at RIT Croatia, we have marked the approaching year end with yet
Dorja Horvat, MICE Sales Manager the leading Croatian tourist company Valamar Riviera
As a part of 20th year anniversary celebration, RIT Croatia decided ...
Linden Pohland is an amazing young student that came for a semester in Dubrovnik.
Eleven outstanding students from the International Hospitality and Service Management program at the Dubrovnik
Perseverance, creativity and commitment are virtues that should not be neglected
Our Alumnus Renato Libric, who graduated from our IHSM program
RIT Croatia was invited to participate in XIII Forum Hotelijera organized by Serbian
RIT Croatia Dubrovnik campus had a pleasure to host Ms. Marlena Blicharz
RIT Croatia Dubrovnik’s students, faculty and staff celebrated the World Quality Day...
Andrija Prostran, one of RIT Croatia Alumni from ..
One of the most interesting moments ...
At the Days of Croatian Tourism 2016, organized by Croatian Tourist Board...
Izet Ždralović, one of RIT Croatia’s Alumni, who is a co-founder of MicroBlink...
Andrea Čordaš (Brekalo), RIT Croatia Alumna, who graduated from the IHSM ...
RIT Croatia foreign language students from Dubrovnik campus participated in the "Time to Move"
RIT Croatia Dubrovnik campus hosted Ms. Viktorija Knežević on Friday....
Dear students, here is the notification we have received from the Agency for Science...
Foreign language students at Dubrovnik campus ....
RIT Croatia Dubrovnik campus had a pleasure to host the Delta Lloyd group from Belgium...
58th International Symposium ELMAR-2016 took place in Zadar ...
The 1st SINCERE conference that took place from September...
We are proud to announce that one of our professors, Dr. Nikola Drašković ....
“Alumni Global Day of Service” took place in Split on September 17th, 2016.
Junior year students, who are taking the Hotel Management ...
Rochester Institute of Technology is being recognized as a top tier national university...
"Tesla & Friends” – a three-day manifestation organized by the Nikola Tesla Association took place from...
It is our pleasure to inform RIT Croatia Community that dr.sc. Nikola Drašković
We are happy to take a look back and see how many good memories
Filip Macukić and Maksimilijan Žagar, graduates from International...
We are pleased to announce
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GENERATION 2016!
Tamara Novak, Daren Perinčić and Mislav Mesek,
By Victoria Farrell, student at Rochester campus
DAN OTVORENIH VRATA NA ZAGREBAČKOM KAMPUSU!
Community Service Day organized by Zagreb freshmen took place on Saturday,
Airplanes. You can't decide if you love them, or hate them more. To me, being on the airport means that I am going on a vacation
Great news for those preparing for the State Exam in Croatia!
On April 17, 2017 RIT Croatia Student Government Zagreb organized the first Pub Quiz together with Rotaract Club from Velika Gorica.
English Language Contest is a competition in English language and presentation skills
The second Hackathon competition took place in Dubrovnik from April 16-17, 2016.
Network Coding and Designs conference took place from April 4-8, 2016 in Dubrovnik.
On April 8th, senior students of the International Hospitality and Service Management program at RIT
As recently elected member of the Student Government at Dubrovnik campus, as well as being the firs
Most student clubs at RIT Croatia are created for relaxing, socializing or for engaging in some physical activates alongside being a full-time student.
It is a World full of Wonders, & guess what, it is a never ending story.
Junior year students of RIT Croatia Dubrovnik campus were participating at the
RIT Croatia Dubrovnik campus had the unique opportunity to host a prominent guest speaker
The wonderful tradition of annual Alumni get together gathering continued this year as well...
The 3rd Javantura conference took place on February 20, 2016 in Hotel International in Zagreb
Nina Mimica, Alumni Association President and Vladimir Dujić
An interesting IT workshop took place at Apple Regional Training Center at RIT Croatia’s Dubrovnik campus on Thursday, March 3.
Dean's List Reception took place on March 9, 2016 for students from RIT Croatia Dubrovnik Campus who attained Dean's List status during fall semester of the 2015/2016 academic year.
There are many great things happening within our RIT Croatia
Mr. Don Hudspeth, President and Dean of RIT Croatia...
RIT researchers on team confirming Einstein’s theories
RIT Croatia's IT student Andrej Šarić held and interesing workshop at Dubrovnik campus in December 2015
Guest speakers in Zagreb, October 2015
Andrej Saric, Divo Jelić and Ivan Brcic are three young and eager students ...
High marks for return on investment, academics, alumni salaries and job satisfaction
Written by Michelle Rodriguez Stražičić
Written by Iva Bačić, Ph.D., professor in the IT program, RIT Croatia
What a small world we live in! :) Professor Rick Lagiewski from RIT was in Dubai ...
The co-op office has worked diligently during the last two months to provide our students at
Andrej Šarić and Đivo Jelić, students enrolled at RIT Croatia’s
The Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education has changed RIT from ...
Our students have started this year’s holiday season with organizing two traditional humanitarian auctions in which RIT Croatia students, faculty and staff participated....
Dubrovnik Campus Career Services has organized a visit to the Entrepreneurship incubator in DURA Agency ...
The 4th Career Boot Camp took place from October 12-15 in Zagreb. This project is organized by posao.hr in order ...
IT students at Dubrovnik campus had an opportunity to interact with founders of the first boat trip distribution web page...
The Agency for Science and Higher Education is conducting a survey on the impact the external evaluation ..
Vint Cerf, an Internet pioneer who is recognized as one of the “fathers of the Internet,” held a speech at RIT on ...
Dean's List Reception was held on October 6, 2015 for students from RIT Croatia Dubrovnik Campus...
Dean's List Reception was held on September 30, 2015 for 61 students from RIT Croatia Zagreb Campus....
IHSM students had an amazing opportunity to visit the Norwegian Jade cruise ship in Dubrovnik
The European Day of Languages was marked in Dubrovnik on Friday, September 25...
The promotion of the book “HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT in Business Practice”
RIT Croatia’s Alumni, students, faculty and staff members joined forces in the RIT Cares initiative...
RIT Croatia organized Welcome Get-Together sessions for Freshmen at the Zagreb and Dubrovnik ...
Rochester Institute of Technology is among the “Most Innovative Schools”...
The 2015/2016 academic year at RIT Croatia had a fantastic start...
Rochester Institute of Technology continues its successful academic exchange
Rochester Institute of Technology’s sponsored research portfolio grew by 18 percent
Tech.Mic published an interesting article on school rankings...
“Tesla & Friends” – a three-day manifestation organized by the Nikola Tesla Association took place from...
It is our pleasure to inform you that dr.sc. Peter Schmidt has been elected to the croatian..
Yet another group of RIT students took part in our annual Footsteps Through the Adriatic program from May 30 to June 28, 2015.
By Adela Bijađija Čustović, IHSM student
Please find below a link to our 2014/2015 Memory Book which highlights the wonderful events that took place on both RIT Croatia...
Internet portal posao.hr is organizing 3rd Career Boot Camp from July 16-19, in Youth Hostel Zadar
We are pleased to announce that RIT Croatia has awarded 4 students with 11.800,00 EUR
RIT Croatia was excited to celebrate graduation ceremonies at both campuses for the first time!
The City of Dubrovnik and DURA development agency organized Hackathon ...
Leadership and HR Business Arena 2015 took place in Dubrovnik from ...
The second Leaders for Leaders conference will take place in Hotel Westin, in Zagreb...
Jelena Baričević, our first year student from the IHSM program, was selected to represent RIT Croatia ...
International Dinner is a traditional event organized by RIT Croatia...
RIT Croatia prowdly announces that dr.sc. Milivoj Markovic has been elected to...
Dubrovnik Campus had a visit from 20 students and 2 faculty members from ,,,
English Language Contest, also known as "RIT Croatia's Star Search", is a competition our college organizes on yearly basis, with the aim to award the best...
On Saturday, April 18, 2015 RIT Croatia and the University of Dubrovnik organized ...
3rd Career Education Day was held in Zagreb, on Tuesday, March 17, 2015 at Sheraton Hotel.
Nine programs earn top 2016 spots ...
RIT Zagreb students, faculty, staff and Student Government decided to...
The 3rd Career Education Day was held in Zagreb, on Tuesday, March 17, 2015 at the Sheraton Hotel.
RIT Croatia Alumni have demonstrated once again how much they appreciate ...
The Dean's List Reception was held in Zagreb on March 12, 201 and in Dubrovnik...
Mr. Peter Schmidt, PhD, the applicant in the process of Election...
Did you know that our students can go to RIT Croatia Fitness Center in Zagreb campus?
Vedran Mornar, Croatian Minister of Science, Education ....
Ms. Iva Bačić, PhD, the applicant in the process of Election....
RIT Croatia organized the 15th Career Education Day in Dubrovnik, on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at Importanne Resort...
RIT Croatia congratulates one of its Alumni...
Take a minute or two to read this very interesting article published by our professor Domagoj Nikolić at:
Mr. Milivoj Marković, Ph.D., the applicant in the process of Election to Title in the field of Social Sciences, Economics...
Una Pašić, Vice President of the Student Government Zagreb Campus...
This academic year our students have marked the holiday season with continuing...
IT students at Dubrovnik and Zagreb campuses had the opportunity...
RIT Croatia organized a panel discussion on the topic...
RIT Croatia organized a panel discussion on the topic ..
It is with great pleasure that we inform you that RIT Croatia has become a part of HOSCO web community.
The European Robotics Week offers one week of various robotics related ...
RIT Croatia is organizing the first in a series of panels in order to help formulate creative approaches to pleasing customers.
And off they went and did it again!
The first generation of RIT Croatia Tigers got together on November 15th in Dubrovnik ...
This fall, the RIT Croatia Career Service Office brought college alumni, industry executives, and expert professionals..
Under the slogan „Building the Quality World Together", IHSM students organized a World Quality Day celebration...
It is truly amazing when we see our students graduate. Students we've been closely ...
And the success stories of our Alumni continue. We are proudly...
As you already know, RIT’s campuses around the world are hosting One SpiRIT: Global Hockey Festival Saturday, October 11th, to celebrate the opening of the new Gene...
Today’s presentations continued the focus of new trends, personal touch and functional futures.
Once again I felt proud to be a part of the RIT Croatia family! Professor Walker, alongside...
IHSM student Božo Bratičević and professors Besim Agušaj and Kevin Walker are ...
RIT’s campuses around the world are hosting the One SpiRIT: Global Hockey Festival Saturday...
We would like to share an amazing opportunity for you to strengthen your interviewing skills and help you grow ...
The European Day of Languages was celebrated on Friday, September 26th, in organization...
Dean's List Reception held for Zagreb Campus
Dean's List Reception was held on September 17, 2014 ...
Our Zagreb campus didn’t have a typical Monday morning today as it welcomed Mr. Ivica Mudrinić ...
On Thursday, September 18, IHSM Junior and Senior students ...
The “Time vault” of ....
This year on July 10th we marked the birthday of one of the world’s greatest inventors ...
Students of RIT Croatia made ...
The Ambassador of Finland to Croatia and Macedonia, Timo Rajakangas visited our students that are enrolled in the MS Service Leadership and Innovation program
Croatian students have the chance to participate in an online survey ...
We have awarded 4 students with 11.600,00 EUR each for studying in ...
From June 3rd to June 30th 2014, Croatian students have the chance to participate in an online survey (survey is completely anonymous)...
Dear Senior and Junior students, we would like to share an amazing opportunity for you ..
Signed on May 28, 2014 by dr. Jeremy Haefner, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic
Croatia offers you the opportunity to get a reputable Master of Science degree in Zagreb...
Each year RIT selects and awards its best undergraduate students (senior level). Out of over 15,000 undergrad students ...
Our students won the third place at Startup Weekend Dubrovnik 2014. Startup Weekend is a global grassroots movement of active and ...
Friday, May 9th – Croatian-American day event-Daley Plaza Center, 50 W. Washington Street, Chicago, IL. 60602 ....
English Language Contest, also known as "RIT Croatia's Star Search", is a competition our college has been organizing with the aim to..
RIT Croatia introduces a minor on digital business
Ambassador Kenneth Merten recently visited Rochester Institute of Technology campuses in Croatia.
The Henkel Innovation Challenge is an international innovation competition for students who are invited to create ...
IT INNOVATION CHALLENGE is a competition in information technology, technological creativity and innovation, organized by RIT Croatia...
On March 14th, our Zagreb campus had the pleasure of inviting Norwegian Ambassador to Croatia
RIT Croatia organized the 14th Career Education Day in Dubrovnik on March 18 and it was very successful. The event gathered around 300 participants...
The Nikola Tesla Competition is a unique project that combines science...
Our Student Government representatives are travelling to Dubai on March 25 to attend the second RIT Student Government Global Consortium. There they will have the opportunity to meet and work with RIT Dubai's and Rochester's Student Government
RIT Croatia’s contest for Dubrovnik scholarships has ended.
Henkel Innovation Challenge is an international student competition with an objective to give students the opportunity to apply theory in practice. Students are invited to create an innovative product or technology for a Henkel brand in 2050
Dean Hudspeth Participated at the final panel discussion of this year’s Adria Hotel Forum. The goal behind the AHF 2014 was to foster communication on the investments and innovation possibilities regarding the hotel industry in Croatia.
Wonder what do Janica Kostelic, Emil Tedeschi, Boris Vujcic, Vlado Krauthaker and Dimitrije Popovic have in common? They’re all in a very interesting book "100 Croatian Leaders”...
Professor Peter Schmidt has become well known for his flipped classroom teaching of Financial Accounting. As opposed to classic ex cathedra teaching, where the professor lectures and the students do their homework afterwards,
In order to give an opportunity for students to particiapte in a noble activity during the holiday season without having to spend a lot of money, the Red Cross Dubrovnik has organized a Student Voluntary Blood Drive,
RIT Croatia's traditional Holiday Auction took place in both campuses, in Zagreb on Dec 06 and in Dubrovnik on Dec 13. In order to raise money for charity, students organized collecting items and the bake sale,
IT CROATIA HAS SET ASIDE EUR 50,000 INTENDED ONLY FOR DUBROVNIK REGION HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS! APPLY / WRITE AN ESSAY AND YOU MIGHT WIN A SCHOLARSHIP WORTH EUR 10,000. APPLICATION DEADLINE IS FEBRUARY 28, 2014.
RIT Croatias Junior students from the Dubrovnik campus, marked the WorldQuality Day as part of the Assessing Service Quality course.
This year’s EuroCHRIE conference in Freiburg, Germany was attended by three RIT Croatia representatives: prof. Besim Agušaj and prof. Kevin Walker,
Američka visoka škola za management i tehnologiju (ACMT) svoj dosadašnji naziv promijenila je u RIT Croatia.
RIT Croatia has secured over € 350,000.00 for scholarships and financial aid for enrollment in the 2014/2015 academic year. Apply now.
The American College of Management and Technology changes its name to RIT Croatia (Rochester Institute of Technology Croatia)
Otvorenje novog zagrebačkog kampusa američkog sveučilišta Rochester Institute of Technology u Centru Bundek
RIT/ACMT is organizing 4th themed Alumni meeting on Friday, May 31st, 2013 in Split.
This time it will be all about relationships that started at ACMT and how they grew into business partnerships.
This year's Commencement Ceremony will take place on Saturday, May 25, 2013, beginning at 3:00 PM in Hotel Rixos Libertas, Dubrovnik.
This year's RIT/ACMT's representatives at the EuroChrie conference will be professor Besim Agušaj, the International Hospitality and Service Managment program coordinator and professor Kevin Walker, as well as and our senior student Mia Sušić, who was selected as our student representative.
CED 2013 will take place in both Dubrovnik and Zagreb.
The Dubrovnik campus CED will take place on Monday, March 18, 2013 at Hotel Lacroma while Zagreb campus CED will take place on Monday April 15, 2013 in Hotel Double Tree by Hilton....
Otvorenje novog zagrebačkog kampusa važan je korak u širenju sveučilišta RIT
Prijave na RIT Croatia za upise na četverogodišnje preddiplomske stručne studije zaprimaju se tijekom cijele godine.