RIT Croatia Zagreb Campus


RIT Croatia campus in Zagreb is located in the center Bundek, at the address Damira Tomljanovića Gavrana 15. Students and professors have more than 1,200 square meters of premises at their disposal, equipped with cutting-edge technology, including a modern conference center, multimedia meeting rooms, a large auditorium, Apple Regional Training Center equipped with innovative Apple iMac computers and iPad devices, a student library, a reading room, and the lounge room for socializing.

Zagreb is the capital of Croatia and a bustling Central European-style city with modern architecture, winding cobblestone streets, and old city neighborhoods. The city boasts more than 20 museums, along with a variety of art galleries, cafes, and stylish boutiques.

For program cost and other questions contact RIT Croatia at iocro@rit.edu.


Make an appointment with a study abroad advisor at your home campus to go over the required application steps.

Fill out an online Application form if you are a student from Dubai or Kosovo campus.

Students from the Rochester campus should start an application in the Compass and contact Maureen Shannon, Study Abroad Advisor at RIT Global at masisr@rit.edu to set up an appointment.

Application deadlines:

  • Fall semester - deadline April 1
  • Spring semester - deadline October 15

Students can apply for the Fall semester, Spring semester, or a full academic year.

Housing and Dining

Students will live in furnished apartments conveniently located close to campus and other surrounding sites. Local bus and tram service is reliable, easy to use and affordable, which allows unlimited travel within the region. The apartments have kitchens so students will be preparing their own meals and shopping at a nearby grocery store.    

Most apartments sleep 2-6 students with a shared bathroom, kitchen, and living area. You should anticipate having to share a room; but while an apartment may be co-ed, any individual roommate will be of the same gender. Apartments are fully furnished. Each room contains a bed with a mattress, linens, towels, dressers, or wardrobe. The living room is furnished with couches and TV. There is a seating area in the kitchens consisting of chairs and a dining table. Apartments are equipped with a clothes washer, but none of the apartments have clothes dryers (most people dry their clothes on a clothes rack). Wireless Internet access is also provided. Apartments may be a 20-30 minute walk or public transportation ride to campus.


Dining options for study abroad students and places to buy food include: smaller mini-markets, supermarkets, fresh green markets, restaurants, fast foods, deliveries, and many more places. Each student will receive a handbook at the Orientation, containing dining suggestions.


Course Work

Programs and curriculum at RIT Croatia are fully aligned with the high standards of education from RIT. All classes are held in English and faculty members are American and European professors with rich academic and professional experience. The quality of Rochester Institute of Technology has been recognized by respected world- known organizations and media.

RIT Croatia Zagreb campus offers two undergraduate majors: Web and Mobile Computing program and International Business program.

Students typically take a minimum of 12 credits (4 courses) during their academic semester abroad.  Your department advisor can review and pre-approve the RIT courses offered to ensure that you stay on track with your individual degree program. The academic calendar closely follows the RIT calendar and consists of 2 semesters and a summer semester.

Courses for the academic year are available in the following areas of study:

  • International Business
  • Information Technology
  • Mathematics
  • Ecology
  • Statistics
  • Foreign Language
  • Psychology
  • Philosophy
  • Macroeconomics
  • Environmental Science

The course descriptions for classes offered at RIT Croatia can be found on SIS. Change the location at the bottom of the search page to the appropriate campus to display the course offerings.

Rochester Institute of Technology's business programs are also accredited by AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). As the longest serving global association dedicated to advancing management education worldwide, AACSB accredits 786 of the world’s best business schools across 53 countries and territories.

Students can access the study abroad pathways below to see available courses at RIT Croatia Zagreb Campus.

International Business study abroad pathways https://www.croatia.rit.edu/datoteke/study-abroad-pathways---ib-rit-croatia2019102374240.pdf

Web and Mobile Computing study abroad pathways https://www.croatia.rit.edu/datoteke/study-abroad-pathways---wmc-it-zagreb-rit-croatia2019102374310.pdf


Croatian Visa

Your student visa is an official government document that temporarily authorizes you to be in the country you are traveling to. Prior to applying for study abroad; please make sure to check the expiration date on your passport. Visa approval requires that your passport be valid for a minimum of six months past the end date of your program. All incoming students will get assistance and support during this process from RIT Croatia International Student Office staff members.

Student Visa Instructions:
  • Students from the USA, EU, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand who are planning to study abroad in Croatia for a semester must apply for a Temporary Stay in Croatia.
  • India, China, and UAE are a few of the countries* whose citizens must ALSO apply for a travel visa before entry into Croatia in addition to the Temporary Stay. A comprehensive list is available here. You can also find more information on the Croatian Embassy website.

Documents needed for temp stay:

  • Form 1A completed https://mup.gov.hr/UserDocsImages/dokumenti/stranci/Obrazac%201a.pdf
  • Copy of passport
  • Confirmation of enrollment
  • No criminal record certificate with anapostille translated by an official court interpreter to Croatian language
  • Health insurance document (this can include private travel insurance that covers health insurance for the duration of stay in Croatia)
  • Proof of funds (bank statement in student's name proving that the student has a minimum of 1690,75 kunas=$264 for every month of study.) If the student does not have its own bank account then the statement can be from the parents and an additional statement of support document needs to be signed by parents and verified by a public notary). Documents need to be translated into Croatian language.
  • Apartment contract signed by landlord and student, and verified by public notary
  • Photo size 35X45mm
  • 70 kuna duty stamps

Once the temporary stay has been approved, payment will have to be made in the amount of 590 kunas (350 kunas and 240 kunas). Proof of payment needs to be taken to the police and once the temporary stay card is ready, the student can pick up the card.


You will submit your application to the authorities after you arrive in Croatia. A staff member from RIT Croatia will accompany you to the authorities to register your arrival and submit your temporary stay documents. The application review process can last anywhere from 4 - 6 weeks. Students who do not require a travel visa for entry into Croatia (USA, Canada, EU, Australia, New Zealand) will be able to enter the country with a valid passport. Your temporary stay card will be issued in Croatia once your application is approved. Once you receive your temporary stay card, you should keep that with you at all times, along with your passport.


Student Life

The Student Government is a self-governing organization of and for the students of RIT Croatia. The Student Government works to improve the quality of student life at RIT Croatia.  The RIT Croatia Student Government represents all RIT Croatia students. You can contact RIT Croatia Student Government at student.government@croatia.rit.edu.

Extracurricular activities, socializing and having fun are important part of studying at RIT Croatia. Take the opportunity and enrich your experience by participating in rich student life:

  • join a team solving a business problem through industry-sponsored, class-based projects
  • collaborate with a faculty member on a research project

Most RIT Croatia students are involved in extracurricular activities, ranging from playing individual and group sports to participating in the Student Government and volunteering in academic and charity projects.

How can you participate?

  • plan and organize social events
  • write for the college newspaper
  • support RIT Croatia sport clubs

RIT Croatia Student Clubs at Zagreb campus include:

  • International Student Club
  • Business Environment Exploration Club (BEE Club)
  • Investment Club
  • Volunteer Club
  • E-Sports Club
  • Robotics Club
  • Debate Club

Following activities are planned at the Zagreb campus this academic year. Please keep in mind that there may be additional activities or that some of these may be changed based on the student feedback:

  • Virtual Movie Night
  • Virtual Pub Quiz
  • Virtual Board Games
  • Various workshops
  • Introduce Memory Wall
  • Monthly Reporter
  • Debate Tournament
  • Ritchie Challenge
  • Clubs Challenge
  • St. Patrick's Day Raffle (Good luck on your midterms!)
  • Charity Event (TBD)


RIT Croatia’s campuses in Dubrovnik and Zagreb are equipped with state-of-the-art technology and offer facilities for multimedia conferences, a large auditorium (Zagreb), regional training centers equipped with Apple iMac computers and iPad devices, libraries and reading rooms, as well as lounge areas for socializing.

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