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. As part of these activities, the club also arranges regular visits to universities, central banks or other relevant national institutions in the region.
So far they have visited Blagoevgrad in Bulgaria; Zagreb in Croatia, Tirana in Albania, Budapest in Hungary, and Prague in Czech Republic. This year they are visiting RIT Croatia Dubrovnik campus. During their 3 days visit in Dubrovnik they visited our campus and attended a guest lecture delivered by prof. Milena Kužnin.
With the start of the new academic year higher education institutions are facing unique challenges that stand to swiftly, thoroughly, and permanently reshape them. When academic year starts with key messages focused around safety of students and faculty, it is clear even to a common observer that students and faculty alike are embarking on a journey like none before.
Quality and excellence have always been embedded in RIT Croatia's DNA. As a global campus of RIT, we are committed to deliver exceptional studying and learning experiences for our students, we well as working experience for our employees.
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In addition to RIT Croatia Freshmen Orientation that took place last week, School of Information from RIT's Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences held an online Global Orientation for its Web and Mobile Computing students in Dubrovnik and Zagreb, Croatia, and Dubai, UAE on Monday, August 31.