With our openness and contacts with international institutions, we create conditions for participation in bilateral and multilateral research programs, exchange programs for students, young scientists and university professors, and scholarships for professional development.
Student mobility at FER is carried out through several programs. Further information on how to apply at FER is provided in the Study Programs section.
Erasmus+ is the largest EU program for education, training, youth and sport, and it covers the period between 2014 and 2020. The program focuses on improving knowledge, skills and employability of European citizens, as well as improving the education, training and work in the field of youth and sports.
Information and communication technologies and electronic communication market based on these technologies are one of the fastest growing economic sectors. This specialist study is carried out by the Faculty of Economics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing and Faculty of Law in Zagreb within the Universitiy of Zagreb.
Central European Exchange Program for University Studies (CEEPUS) is a regional academic mobility program. Besides Croatia, traditional participants in the program are Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Hungary, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Serbia.
Under the agreement between FER and the Italian University Politecnico di Milano, FER students can apply for participation in the Double Degree Program. The program includes enrollment of graduate study in Italy at the Politecnico di Milano, under the program that is compatible with FER program.
Bilateral cooperation is carried out within the framework of coordinated and signed bilateral agreements which cover the following forms of cooperation: work on mutually agreed topics, exchange of faculty staff, exchange of students, joint publication, the exchange of information of mutual interest, as well as other activities aimed at promoting academic cooperation.