A record number of exchange students will participate in the winter semester of this academic year at the University of Dubrovnik - a total of 67. On that occasion, in cooperation with the Erasmus Student Network Dubrovnik, the International Relations and Research Projects Organization organized an Orientation Week to help foreign students get all the information they need to study, and to make it easier for them to start their new chapter at the University of Dubrovnik and in the city of Dubrovnik.
Students come from 17 countries around the world, most of them from Poland, Spain and Portugal. Following are students from Germany and Italy, Belgium, Greece, Lithuania, Czech Republic, France, Slovakia, Latvia, Romania, Macedonia, Kosovo and Uzbekistan. This year, an Egyptian student from Azerbaijan also comes to the University of Dubrovnik. Most students will study at the Department of Economics and Business Economics, then at the Department of Communication, Department of Art and Restoration and Department of Electrical Engineering and Computing. The University of Dubrovnik offers foreign students 147 courses in English, as well as Croatian language courses at A1 and A2 levels.
The Orientation Week opened with a greeting speech the Vice-Rector for International Cooperation and Science, Prof. dr. sc. Martin Lazar. Students have prepared a lot of activities during the Orientation Week, from formal to city sightseeing, joint dinners and excursions.
The Orientation Week was opened with a greeting speech by the Vice-Rector for International Cooperation and Science Martin Lazar. A lot of activities for students are prepared during the Orientation Week, from formal to city sightseeing, joint dinners and excursions.