October 20, 2021
RIT Croatia took part at the first EXPO Smotra in Dubrovnik from October 18-19, 2021, organized by Centar za karijere mladih Dubrovnik.
A strong team of 10 student
volunteers from Dubrovnik campus, accompanied by admission specialists from Dubrovnik and Zagreb, proudly represented our programs, scholarship and financial aid opportunities and all other advantages of studying at the American college to around 2000 high school students from
Dubrovnik region, Split region, as well as from B&H and Montenegro.
Besides communicating with potential students, RIT Croatia also took part in two panel discussions; Domagoj Nikolić was a panelist on the topic of "Artificial Intelligence vs. Natural Intelligence” and dr. Milivoj Marković took part at the panel discussion on the topic of "Do we all have Equal Access to Education?”.
Dr. Jakob Patekar has published a journal article titled “The Perpetuation of Stereotypes in Croatian Public Discourse: ‘Autistic’ as a Pejorative” in the Croatian A1 / international Scopus-indexed Q3 journal Collegium Antropologicum.
Remember that quote from the renowned Starbucks CEO, Howard Schultz that said the company is the people business serving coffee, and not the other way around? This point of view absolutely applies to RIT Croatia. Being a student-centric academic institution, we are fully committed to develop and deliver the best learning experiences for our students.
Please note that RIT Croatia campuses are closed from December 23rd, 2021 until January 2nd, 2022 due to holiday break. We are back at your service starting from Monday, January 3rd, 2022.
With the aim to raise awareness about financial literacy and stock trading, students of RIT Dubai's Finance club organized RIT’s First Inter-Campus Trading Competition with success! The competition took place for seven weeks, from October 20, 2021 to December 5, 2021, during which students of RIT campuses in Dubai, Rochester and Croatia invested virtual money in different classes of securities like stocks, bonds, options, futures cryptos, and Forex. Grouped in teams of 2-4 members, students competed using the Stock Trak real-time trading platform which allowed them to invest and manage a virtual portfolio.