Unfortunately the bad weather which is causing havoc for many people in Croatia and the rest of Europe is also negatively impacting our Career Education Day. Two companies that were to participate in CED recently cancelled their attendance due to the travel conditions. It is unlikely that the plane from Zagreb will land in Dubrovnik this evening so we anticipate even more cancellations. In order to ensure a successful event we are postponing CED until the spring quarter, either during the week of March 26th, or the week of April 16th. We will advise you soon regarding the exact date.
As far as classes are concerned for tomorrow, we are back in session. Unless you are advised otherwise by your professors, please show up for classes as regularly scheduled.
We are sorry for any inconveniences that this causes.
If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact us at: +385 20 433 000
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