July 8, 2021
of you have contacted us with questions about the vaccination requirements for
RIT. The vaccination requirement you may have heard about is only for the
Rochester campus, in the United States, and not for our campuses in Croatia.
we do is in line with all Croatian Government laws, regulations, measures and
guidelines, and this also applies to the COVID-19 pandemic. We have been
monitoring, and will continue to monitor, all relevant authorities in Croatia
and comply with their requirements.
Having said this, we do support the Croatian COVID-19 vaccination campaign, "Misli na druge – Cijepi se!”, and we do encourage you to speak with your physician to gather all relevant information in order to make an informed decision.
If you have any questions about RIT Croatia, we encourage you to contact us:
- Via email: email@example.com
- Via telephone: Dubrovnik campus: + 385 (0)20 433 000, Zagreb campus: + 385 (0)1 643 9100
Thank you and best regards,
RIT Croatia President and Dean
We are proud to announce that our alumna, Danijela Crljen (Class of 2004) has written a novel „Strah od kupine“ (Fear of a Blackberry) that has just been published by Naklada Fragment.
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.”