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: Hospitality and Tourism Management (Dubrovnik), International Business(Zagreb), and Web and Mobile Computing/Information Technology (Dubrovnik and Zagreb).
This year’s ELC took place at both Dubrovnik and Zagreb campuses in two phases. The final phase took place on Saturday, March 24, and these are the winners:
1st place Dora Marenjak - 7.000,00 EUR
2nd place Jon Kojaković – 5.000,00 EUR
3rd place Antun Knez – 4.000,00 EUR
4th place Andrija Nogulović – 3.000,00 EUR
5th place Antonio Miljan – 2.000,00 EUR
1st place Matija Jendrašić – 7.000,00 EUR
2nd place Joško Car – 5.000,00 EUR
3rd place Laura Jurišić – 4.000,00 EUR
4th place Vid Zavalić – 3.000,00 EUR
5th place Teo Stojanović – 2.000,00 EUR
Congratulations to the winners!
We also thank all the candidates for participating at this year’s event and we hope to see you taking part in many other RIT Croatia activities.
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