University campus offers accommodation, food service, employment mediation for student jobs as well as leisure time organization through Student Centre.
More information can be found here.
University Counseling Center
Office for Students with Disabilities
firstname.lastname@example.org | +385 51 265 844
Psyhological counseling office
email@example.com | +385 51 265 841
firstname.lastname@example.org | +385 51 584 757
Academic Recognition Qualifications Office
Living and Studying in Rijeka
Rijeka, with its 200,000 inhabitants, is the third largest city and the largest Croatian port. Rijeka is situated on the Kvarner Bay, in the northernmost part of the Adriatic Sea. The town is very close to Slovenia and Italy, and is surrounded by mountains and numerous picturesque coastal towns.
Rijeka has a pleasant Mediterranean climate with exceptionally warm summers and relatively mild winters.
The river Rječina, a karst river, supplies the town with drinking water.
Along with its role as an economic and transport focal point, Rijeka retains its importance as a cultural, educational and sports centre in the region. Numerous cultural events take place in Rijeka, such as theatre performances, concerts, exhibitions, the traditional international Rijeka carnival, fairs, and sporting events.
Rijeka is reflected in its main street Korzo – at Korzo you can read Rijeka. Korzo is the place where you can hear the typical rhythm of Rijeka’s steps which, regardless of the time of day. Korzo is not just the main Rijeka’s promenade, its lifeblood, but also its mirror.
Want to find out more about student life in Rijeka?
- Send an email to our student ambassadors and ask any questions you have – email@example.com.
- Follow Biotechnology Student Association on our LinkedIn page.
Interesting facts about Rijeka:
- The first torpedo in the world was made in Rijeka
- Fiorello la Guardia, New York’s most famous mayor, worked in the American consulate in Rijeka
- Rijeka is the town with the highest number of baroque marble altars on the eastern part of the Adriatic coast
- The first steam engine in south-eastern Europe was produced in Rijeka
- The first museum in Croatia was founded in Trsat in 1843
- The first photo of a gunshot was taken here
- The only preserved lifebelt in the world, from the Titanic, can be found here
Get to Know Us
Call for Applications - Biotechnology for the Life Sciences International graduate/masters research program, academic year 2023/2024
Interested students should download and complete the application form and submit it to us, along with the other documents requested in it, to us by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 31st March 2023. This call is open to students from any country, and of any nationality. More information can be found in the Call for Applications. Please feel free to email us ( email@example.com) if you have any questions. The tuition fees for the course are €4500 per year, and apply to applicants of all nationalities.
Depending on applicant numbers, a second call may be issued with a deadline of July 2023, however this second call will only be applicable for students that do not need a visa to travel to the Republic of Croatia (such as EU citizens).