Incoming students

Incomings are students who wish to spend part of their degree study programme at FAZ within following mobility exchange programmes:

Within Erasmus+ programme it is possible to be an exchange student at FAZ as part of an organised study exchange with one of the Faculty’s partner institutions, or to undertake training through an arranged traineeship.

  • Erasmus+ programme for studies: upon nomination by your home university, please visit the University of Zagreb webpage for more information on application procedure.
  • Erasmus+ programme for traineeships: Erasmus+ traineeships are organised through the department you wish to work for. In order to find relevant department please visit departments’ webpage. For more information contact IRO or professors directly.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

The University of Zagreb is responsible for application procedure of Erasmus+ incoming students. For further details about the application procedure, including application requirements and deadlines, please visit University of Zagreb website. In order to make sure you select suitable courses, please refer to Courses taught in English section. The ABc guide in Useful information section will answer questions you might have on enrolment procedure and practical information during your stay in Zagreb as an Erasmus+ exchange student at FAZ.

Erasmus+ incoming students enrol at FAZ upon their arrival, not before!

CEEPUS (Central European Exchange Program for University Studies) is an academic programme of student and teacher exchange among Central-Eastern European countries based on multilateral agreement for establishing cooperation in the field of education and specialization in the framework of Middle European exchange programme for university studies. The original agreement was signed in Budapest on Dec 8, 1993.

The following countries participate in the CEEPUS programme:

Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech, Kosovo, Hungary, Macedonia, Moldavia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia and Slovakia.

The Faculty of Agriculture participates in the following CEEPUS networks:

  • Agriculture and Environment in the 21st Century - @groen CIII-HU-0003-17-2122
  • Biology, Biotechnology and Food Sciences CIII-SK-1018-07-2122
  • Applied Economics and Management CIII-SK-0044-16-2122
  • Landscape management - Sustainable land use perspectives in the Central European Region CIII-CZ-0311-14-2122
  • EcoManAqua - Ecology and Management of aquatic ecosystems in Central, East and Southeast Europe CIII-AT-1101-06-2122
  • Managerial Processes in International Environment CIII-CZ-0911-07-2122
  • Improving Food Quality with Novel Food Processing Technologies CIII-RS-1512-02-2122

All incoming students are requested to make their application process at CEEPUS website. In order to make sure you find suitable courses please refer to Courses taught in English section. Additional information is available at the Croatian Agency for Mobility an EU Programmes and you can always contact us directly for any questions, comments or inquiries.

Application deadlines:

  • 15 June – submission of winter semester applications
  • 31 October - submission of summer semester applications
  • 30 November – submission of FREEMOVER application

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

CEEPUS incoming students are obliged to fill in Application Form for Exchange Students (pdf) and Learning Agreement (pdf). Learning Agreement needs to be signed by your home university. In order to make sure you select suitable courses, please refer to Courses taught in English section. Note that you can change your Learning Agreement after arrival, if necessary.

Enclosed documents:

  • academic transcript of records (an official list of courses you have attended so far - in English)
  • copy of English or Croatian  language certificate (B2 level)
  • copy of your ID-card (e.g. passport, page with your picture)  
  • copy of your diploma degree (if you are a MSc or PhD student)

In our ABc Guide for incoming students you will find practical information and advice to help you during your first weeks at FAZ.

CEEPUS incoming students enrol at FAZ upon their arrival, not before! 

In order to undertake a bilateral study exchange at FAZ, there must be a current Institutional Agreement between partner institutions. 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Bilateral incoming students are obliged to fill in Application Form for Exchange Students (pdf) and Learning Agreement (pdf). Learning Agreement needs to be signed by your home university. In order to make sure you select suitable courses, please refer to Courses taught in English section. Note that you can change your Learning Agreement after arrival, if necessary.

Enclosed documents:

  • Academic transcript of records (an official list of courses you have -attended so far - in English)
  • Copy of English or Croatian language certificate (B2 level)
  • Copy of your ID-card (e.g. passport, page with your picture)  
  • Copy of your diploma degree (if you are a MSc or PhD student)

Although you are a bilateral incoming student, have a look at our ABc Guide for Erasmus+ students where you will find practical information and advice to help you during your first weeks at FAZ, so please refer to Useful information section.

Bilateral incoming students enrol at FAZ upon their arrival, not before!

Courses taught in English

FAZ is offering courses taught in English in two educational cycles: Undergraduate studies (BS) and Graduate studies (MS). Moreover, it offers English-taught graduate programme – Environment, Agriculture and Resource Management (Inter-EnAgro). Incoming students can combine courses from BS, MS level and Inter-EnAgro study programme. Additionally, FAZ offers specialist English-taught study Executive MBA in Agribusiness and Commerce.

Useful Information for incoming students:

Academic calendar 2020/2021 


Living and studying in Zagreb 

Please note that IRO is not responsible for providing any information regarding visa requirements. For more information contact the Croatian embassy in your country of residence or Croatian Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs.


ABc Guide for incoming students (.pdf)


PIN (OIB) information:

During your stay you will need an OIB (Personal Identification Number - PIN) necessary for enrolment procedure and Internet access. You can get an OIB at the Tax Administration Office upon you arrival. All you need is your passport and a completed PIN request. There is no fee included. Once you submit your application you can get your OIB relatively quickly depending on how busy the Tax Administration Office is.

Tax Administration Office address: Avenija Dubrovnik 32, 5th floor, room no. 529

How to get there: trams no. 6, 7, 14 – stop “SREDIŠĆE”

Working hours: 8am-3pm

Please sign in to your account

This site uses cookies and other tracking technologies to assist with navigation and your ability to provide feedback, analyse your use of our products and services, assist with our promotional and marketing efforts, and provide content from third parties. Cookie Policy.