taught in Croatian language
In accordance with the Bologna Declaration, at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Agriculture the university studies are divided into three educational cycles (model 3+2+3):
The first educational cycle is called the Undergraduate study and lasts for 6 semesters (180 ECTS credits). At the Faculty, there is an option of enrolling in one of nine undergraduate studies (Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Engineering, Agroecology, Animal Sciences, Horticulture, Landscape Architecture, Organic Agriculture, Plant Protection and Plant Sciences). Additional study programme is Mediterranean Agriculture which is carried out in the City of Split, through collaboration of the University of Zagreb Faculty of Agriculture, University of Split and Institute for Adriatic Crops and Karst Reclamation). By completing this study, students receive the title of University Bachelor of Engineering, with specification of study.
Graduate study lasts for four semesters (120 ECTS credits). There is a choice of 13 graduate studies at the Faculty (Agribusiness and Rural Development, Plant Sciences, Organic Agriculture with Agrotourism, Phytomedicine, Animal Genetics and Breeding, Animal Nutrition and Feed Science, Landscape Architecture, Production and Procesing of Meat, Production and Processing of Milk, Fisheries and Game Management, Agricultural Engineering with two specialties: Mechanization and Amelioration, Agroecology with two specialties: Agroecology and Microbial Biotechnology in Agriculture and Horticulture with four specialties: Viticulture and enology, Fruit growing, Vegetable growing and Ornamental plants). By completing graduate study, the academic title of Master of Engineering is received, with specification of the study.
The third cycle comprises one Postgraduate study: Agricultural Sciences (6 semesters, 180 ECTS), leading to the academic title doctor of science, with the name of the scientific area (biotechnology) and field (agriculture).