Croatia is an ideal study destination for students wishing to study in a country with a long academic tradition and renowned for its beautiful coast, its mix of Mediterranean and Central European charm and for its rich history and culture.
In total, Croatia has 133 higher education institutions located in all parts of the country - including more than 40 on Croatia’s spectacular Adriatic coast! Croatia’s largest university is the University of Zagreb with over 75,000 enrolled students - making it the largest university in the region of South-Eastern Europe. Founded in 1669, the University of Zagreb is also the oldest university in the region.
For prospective students who speak Croatian (or are studying the language), a wide variety of degree programmes or exchange programmes are available for studying at higher education institutions throughout Croatia.
Study opportunities are also available to prospective students who do not speak Croatian. Many Croatian higher education institutions are offering degree-programmes or courses or summer schools for international students taught in English. Some higher education institutions also offer Croatian language courses.
Finally, despite being a country of relatively small size with a close-knit community, the Croatian people are not only welcoming but are also multi-lingual. According to a survey ordered by the European Commission in 2005, 49% of people in Croatia speak English, 34% German, 14% Italian, 4% French and Russian and 2% Spanish
Most students haven't had the opportunity to climb the Carpathian Mountains, explore the mysterious Transylvanian countryside, or hang out on the beaches of the Black Sea. When students learn about Romania, they can experience Romania's rich culture and history. Students can also compare life in Romania to life in their home country. Let's look at some activities and games to help students learn about Romania.
Student life here means libraries but also student pubs, clubs and many restaurants. While probably the most known thing about Romania is the legend of Dracula, Romania is much more than that. Think medieval towns, time-capsule villages, delicious cuisine, picturesque monasteries, virgin forests, majestic mountains, a blossoming art community and impressive landscape and of course, high quality education! Romania is a great place for you to study, their diplomas and degrees are recognised all over Europe and beyond.
When Applying for a visa
The student is expected to provide the following documents at the embassy
Filled in visa application form
2 biometric photos (35 x 45 mm)
Acceptance letter from the university in Romania
Valid international passport
Original of all your education certificates
Letter from sponsor to acknowledge payment of fees
Proof of ability to cover cost of living
Valid flight reservation
Police clearance to show a clean record
Health certificate to show clean bill of health
For Bachelor Degree
For Masters ( Graduate Education)
Have completed a Bachelor degree
Age below 42
Facult in English language
For Both the masters and Bachelors can not travel with their dependents.