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  1. Croatian Education system description at Eurypedia

    Croatian education system is centrally managed by the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports (MSES). Besides MSES, other national public bodies involved in the regulation, development and quality control of the educational sector in Croatia are Education and Teacher Training Agency, Agency for Vocational Education and Training, Agency for Science and Higher Education, Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes and National Center for External Evaluation of Education. ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Croatia
  2. Vaša Europa- Obrazovanje i mladi

    Vaša Europa- Obrazovanje i mladi URL:  http://europa.eu/youreurope/citizens/education/index_hr.htm Category: Moving to a country Location: Croatia ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Croatia
  3. Obrazovanje i mladi u EU-u

    Obrazovanje i mladi u EU-u URL:  http://europa.eu/eu-life/education-training/index_hr.htm Category: Moving to a country Location: Croatia ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Croatia
  4. Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes – Euroguidance Croatia

    The Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes acts as the national Euroguidance centre for Croatia. The main objective of the Euroguidance Croatia is to make guidance practitioners aware of the European opportunities in the field of education and training, supporting their competence development through dissemination and sharing of guidance and counselling practices in Europe. Furthermore, the main goal of its activities is to ensure that everyone interested in education and training abroad will have access to the information on the learning mobility opportunities in Europe. ...

    Category: Contacts Location: Croatia
  5. Eures Croatia

    EURES pomaže radnicima prijeći granice EURES – Europska služba za zapošljavanje suradnička je mreža osnovana kako bi se olakšalo slobodno kretanje radnika unutar Europskog gospodarskog prostora, a uključena je i Švicarska. Partneri u mreži javne su službe za zapošljavanje, sindikati i udruženja poslodavaca. Mrežom koordinira Europska komisija. ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Croatia
  6. Agencija za mobilnost i programe Europske unije- Nacionalni Europass centar Hrvatska

    Europass is a portfolio of five documents intended for European citizens to present the skills and qualifications they have acquired in a clear and comparable manner in entire Europe. ...

    Category: Contacts Location: Croatia
  7. Eurodesk in Croatia

    Agencija Za Mobilnost I Programe Europske UnijeU 2011. godini pokrenut je Eurodesk centar pri Agenciji za mobilnost i programe Europske unije. Eurodesk je besplatni info-servis Europske komisije kojemu je svrha pružiti mladima i svima koji rade s mladima kvalitetne informacije o europskim programima i politikama za mlade, s ciljem promicanja mobilnosti u svrhu učenja i usavršavanja. Hrvatski Eurodesk centar dio je mreže koju čine središnji ured u Bruxellesu, nacionalni koordinatori iz 33 europske države i preko 1300 lokalnih i regionalnih partnera. Od 2007. godine Eurodesk djeluje kao potporna struktura programu Mladi na djelu. ...

    Category: Contacts Location: Croatia
  8. Studying in Croatia- tuition fees

    Tuition fees for study programmes in Croatia are determined by each higher education institution. The level of tuition fees depends on the type of study programme and its duration. It is therefore important that prospective students directly contact the higher education institution they are interested in for precise information about tuition fees.The range of tuition fees for international undergraduate students varies depending on the higher education institution and field of study. Tuition fees for undergraduate degree programmes in the humanities and social sciences can range from 6,000 Kuna (approximately 800 EUR) to 16,500 Kuna (approximately 2,200 EUR) per year, tuition fees for technical sciences are approximately 22,000 Kuna (approximately 3,000 EUR) per year and tuition fees for sciences and medical study are around 27,000 Kuna per year (approximately 3,600 EUR).Tuition fees for graduate and postgraduate programmes should be obtained by request directly from higher education institutions since they vary significantly. ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Croatia
  9. Croatian Education system

    The education system in Croatia includes different levels: preschool education; primary education; secondary education; higher education and adult education. Preschool education for children aged six months until the beginning of primary school. Primary education begins with enrolment in the first grade of primary school; it is compulsory for all children and normally lasts from seven until fifteen years of age. A system of primary adult education is established for persons over the age of fifteen who have not completed primary education. Secondary education in Croatia takes place in gymnasiums, vocational, and art school programmes. Students enrol via an electronic enrolment system based on achievements in primary schools, as well as personal abilities and preferences. After completing five-year and four-year programmes, it is possible to take a state graduation exam and enrol in higher education institutions. Higher education in Croatia includes university and professional studies. University studies include three levels (undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate) and train students to develop and apply scientific and technical achievements. Professional studies train students for professional occupations and prepare them for immediate employment. They include short professional studies and professional bachelor studies on the first level and specialist professional graduate studies on the second level. Adult education in Croatia has a long tradition of institutional ac ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Croatia
  10. Visiting or moving to Croatia

    Foreign nationals intending to study in Croatia must regulate their temporary residence for the purpose of studying if their stay in Croatia is longer than 90 days. Visa requirements: Nationals of countries subject to the visa requirement also need to procure an entry visa for Croatia (Viza C). Information on countries subject to the visa requirement can be found on the web site of the Croatian Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs. The visa application (Viza C) must be submitted to the diplomatic mission or consulate of the Republic of Croatia in the foreign national’s home country. The visa application can be submitted either in person or via e-mail. Where to submit residence permit application: International students can submit residence permit application in one of two ways:To the diplomatic mission or consulate of the Republic of Croatia in the foreign national’s home countryTo the appropriate police department or police station immediately upon entering Croatia if they submit the proof of taking part in an exchange programme approved by the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports in Croatia (Erasmus, Erasmus Mundus, CEEPUS, bilateral exchange, etc.). For more information about this document, the student should contact International Relations Office of the host university.When to submit residence permit application: Students submitting an application to the diplomatic mission or consulate of the Republic of Croatia in their home country should do so prior ...

    Category: Moving to a country Location: Croatia

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