RIT Croatia students from Zagreb campus initiated the idea of Investment Club in December 2014, with the goal of students learning how to manage money in a real business environment. The idea was inspired by students from the Rochester campus where they do very similar activities, but the environment in terms of law, bureaucracy, economy, mindset, etc., is in many ways different. The main goal of this club is to enable students to work in the real world and experience it in practice instead of only learning about it in theory. For all RIT Croatia students that are interested in the world of finance and investments, this is a very good opportunity to learn about it. The ability to learn from the market itself rather than the book describing it is invaluable, and our students recognized it, and seized the opportunity.
From this academic year 2015, a sophomore student, Mislav Horvatić assumed the role of an Investment Club president, and got the wheel rolling by forming a team of people that are going to manage the first RIT Croatia portfolio of investments: Stella Kupres (Vice-president, and General Secretary), Ana Perica and Katarina Milutin (Portfolio Directors), Mihovil Čužić (Information Manager), and Domagoj Hruškar (Director of Marketing). As the club is approaching its official recognition as a legal entity, it is recognizing the need of more students that would like to be a part of it. Money management might be one of the toughest jobs in the world, and the club is inviting students interested in the field of finance to join the club and contribute to its activities.
Youth Business Camp Switzerland opens its licensed program Youth Business Camp Adria, which will take place in Zagreb from June 28 to July 9. The Youth Business Camp provides an educational adventure for youth from around the world by teaching various disciplines and business skills.
A university education isn’t only about getting a good job; at RIT Croatia it’s also about becoming a more interesting and cultured person – someone who thinks critically, communicates well, and understands themselves and others.
In addition to the deep knowledge that students learn in their chosen degree programs – International Business, Web and Mobile Computing, or Tourism and Hospitality Management – students at RIT Croatia can also broaden their knowledge by adding a second field of specialization called a “minor.”
The Association of the Exhibition and Event Industry was established at the Croatian Chamber of Commerce and our faculty, Dr Dina Tomšić was appointed as the Association President! More information is available HERE: https://www.zv.hr/press-3221/press-releases-3225/the-association-of-the-exhibition-and-event-industry-established-at-the-croatian-chamber-of-economy/8937