How to enrol or continue your studies @ FER

The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (FER) provides support to all Ukrainian students who are forced to leave their homeland due to war, by enabling them to enrol and continue with their studies (in accordance with the Decision of the Government of the Republic of Croatia on Introducing Temporary Protection in the Republic of Croatia for Displaced Ukrainian nationals).

Following the instructions of the Ministry of Science and Education, and the University of Zagreb, the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing guarantees Ukrainian students the following:
 

  • enrolment as a guest student within the mobility programme for courses taught in English in the academic year 2022/2023

For students who want to continue their study for one or two semesters at FER as guest students within the student exchange programme (Erasmus+, CEEPUS...). In this case, you are holding your current student status in your home university. You have to be enroled in the academic year 2022/2023 at your home university and provide us with the certificate of enrolment. 

For all information please contact University of Zagreb (http://www.unizg.hr/).

  • enrolment as a guest student (free mover) for courses taught in English in the academic year 2022/2023

For students who want to continue their studies for one or two semesters at FER as guest students (not within student exchange programme). In this case, you are holding your current student status in your home university. You have to be enroled in the academic year 2022/2023 at your home university and provide us with the certificate of enrolment. 

For all information please contact us via enrolment@fer.hr.

  • enrolment in programmes conducted in Croatian and in the English language (up to 40 students) in order to continue studies at FER

          For students who want to enrol in the whole study programme at FER after finishing high school or want to finish             their studies at FER. In this case, you are not holding your current student status in your home university.                 

Bachelor study programmes:

  • Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

Studies in the Croatian language

Studies in the English language

  • Computing

Studies in the Croatian language

Studies in the English language

More information about enrolment procedure and deadlines you can find here.

Master study programmes:

  • Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

Studies in the Croatian language

Studies in the English language

  • Information and CommunicationTechnology

Studies in the Croatian language

Studies in the English language

  • Computing

Studies in the Croatian language

Studies in the English language

More information about enrolment procedure and deadlines you can find here.

 

The details related to courses can be found at provided links.

Please note:

  • 1st, 3rd, and 5th semesters are being thought in the winter period (October to February) and 2nd, 4th and 6th semesters are being thought in the summer period (March to July)
  • for the study programmes conducted in the Croatian language, lectures are mostly held in Croatian; only courses having English level L3 have lectures in English

English level of the course (explanation):

  • L0 - The lecturer is not able to offer courses in English at this time. Courses assigned with English level L0 are not available for incoming students
  • L1 - All teaching activities will be held in Croatian. However, foreign students in mixed groups will have the opportunity to attend additional office hours with the lecturer and teaching assistants in English to help master the course materials. Additionally, the lecturer will refer foreign students to the corresponding literature in English, as well as give them the possibility of taking the associated exams in English.
  • L2 - In agreement with the students enrolled in the course, the lecturer will provide as many teaching elements in English as possible, or in both English and Croatian for mixed groups (i.e., bilingual teaching materials and bilingual exams). Level 2 also includes additional individual consultations with foreign students (as in Level 1) for the teaching elements which will be held in Croatian.
  • L3 - All teaching activities in the course will be held in English. This level includes courses with multiple groups (i.e., all teaching will be held strictly in Croatian for Croatian groups, and strictly in English for English groups).

Additional assistance

  • support in finding accommodation,
  • learning the Croatian language - Croaticum, contact e-mail: croaticum@ffzg.hr
  • exam literature,
  • access to the library collection, scientific journals, and databases of all publishers to which the Faculty is subscribed,
  • Croatia for Ukraine - official Croatian Government website
  • other useful information.

FER provides these forms of support to Ukrainian students

  • Croatian companies are offering special scholarships for Ukrainian students studying at FER. More information you can find at this link.
  • student mentor (buddy) for integration into the education system and student life,
  • support in cooperation with student organizations such as Erasmus student network Zagreb (ESN Zagreb), contact e-mail: supportukraine@esnzagreb.hr.

CONTACT

For any kind of additional questions and support please contact Anđela Špoljarić, mag. croat. via enrolment@fer.hr or via telephone number + 385 1 6129 906.