FIRST ARRIVAL

1. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OFFICE (ENROLLMENT PROCEDURE)

Contact persons for international exchange students:

Ms Nikolina Milić

Ms Lidija Priščan

E-mail: incoming-mobility@net.efzg.hr

Location: Room 27, ground floor - East

Phone: +385 1 238 3232


2. DOCUMENTS NEEDED FOR ENROLLMENT AT FEB ZAGREB

  • OIB number - the number is a prerequisite for enrolment and opening a FEB Zagreb electronic academic identity (AAI)

  • SMART CARD application form

3. PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

PROVIDER: ZET – Zagreb Electric Tram

LOCATION: main (central) ZET building

Ozaljska 105, Tram lines 3, 9, 12 – end station "LJUBLJANICA"

4. STUDENT IDENTITY CARD – THE SO-CALLED SMART CARD

The student card, the so-called SMART CARD, is used both as e-Indeks (electronic student transcript book) and for eating in student restaurants and getting student discounts in shops, museums, theathers, etc.

Erasmus+ students are entitled to a state food subsidy at student restaurants (menzas).

HOW DOES THE CARD WORK

  • 50% - 75% of the full price for the meal is subsidized by the state, students pay only 25% - 50%

  • the card is temporary and valid only during your stay in Zagreb


IMPORTANT

  • if you lose the card, the fine is 100 HRK


5. INTERNET IN THE STUDENT RESIDENCE HALL

  • bring your own laptop

  • get the UTP patch cable

  • use the username and password you will get after you are enrolled at FEB Zagreb


6 . RESIDENCE PERMIT


EU/SWISS CITIZENS

MOBILITY PERIOD LONGER THAN 90 DAYS

EU citizens who plan to study in Croatia for more than 90 days are obliged to apply for the approval of the temporary stay for the purpose of studies (dozvola boravka). You should submit your application for the issuance of the residence card within 90 days of your arrival in Croatia at the Foreigners’ Office, Central Police Station (Odsjek za strance, Policijska uprava Zagrebačka) via email: zg.drzavljanstvo.stranci@mup.hr

WORKING HOURS: 8 am – 3 pm

MOBILITY PERIOD SHORTER THAN 90 DAYS

EU citizens are not obliged to apply for the approval for temporary stay or to register their address if they are staying in Croatia shorter than 90 days.


NON-EU CITIZENS

MOBILITY PERIOD LONGER THAN 90 DAYS

Non-EU citizens staying in Croatia for more than 90 days are obliged to apply for the approval of the temporary stay for the purpose of studies (dozvola boravka) within 48 hours of their arrival.

WORKING HOURS: 8 am – 3 pm

MOBILITY PERIOD SHORTER THAN 90 DAYS

Upon your arrival in Croatia and if you are staying in private accommodation (rented apartment or similar), you need to register your address within 48 hours at the Foreigners’ Office, Central Police Station, Petrinjska ulica No. 30 (Odsjek za strance, Policijska uprava Zagrebačka). For the students who are staying at hotels or student halls of residence the address is automatically registered.


PROCEDURE:

To apply for the permit you will need to submit the following documents at the Foreigners’ Office, Central Police Station (Odsjek za strance, Policijska uprava Zagrebačka) via email address: zg.drzavljanstvo.stranci@mup.hr.

WORKING HOURS: 8 am – 3 pm

1. Form1b (EU citizens)

Form1a (NON-EU citizens)

2. Acceptance letter stating the study purpose of your stay

3. 1 photo in colour (35x45mm)

4. Proof of sufficient means of subsistence (statement of bank account, scholarship confirmation and similar) – 800 HRK for EU citizens (approx. 110 EUR min./month), 1000 HRK for NON-EU citizens (approx. 150 EUR min./month)

5. Proof of secured accommodation

  • if staying in the student hall of residence you are automatically registered in the police system (no additional documents are required by you)

  • in case of private accommodation a rental contract and a proof of ownership (vlasnički list) not older than 6 months

6. Proof of health insurance

7. Certificate of non-criminal record with apostille (non-EU citizens only coming from non-EU country)

8. Original and photocopy of the passport or the identity card


COST OF THE PERMIT (ADMINISTRATIVE FEE)

EU citizens do not have to pay the administration fee. NON-EU citizens need to pay, depending on the mobility programme, 500 HRK or 740 HRK.


IMPORTANT: All documents need to be translated into Croatian and certified by a public notary (for example: Lingua-soft, Frankopanska 5A, Phone: + 385 1 4830 401, email: lingua-soft@lingua-soft.hr).


For the additional information please contact MUP: +385 1 4563 639; +385 1 4863 674; zgsidup@mup.hr; zagrebacka@policija.hr

https://mup.gov.hr/vijesti/information-concerning-the-future-relations-between-the-united-kingdom-and-the-european-union/283273