With campuses in both the small coastal city of Dubrovnik as well as the capital city of Zagreb, RIT Croatia enrolls over 600 students not only from within Croatia, but throughout Europe, Australia, South America and the United States. Zagreb is a bustling Central European-style city with modern architecture, winding cobblestone streets, and old city neighborhoods. The city boasts more than 20 museums, along with a variety of art galleries, cafes, and stylish boutiques. Perfectly situated between central Europe and the Adriatic Sea, Croatia’s capital is home to nearly 800,000 of the country’s residents.
Zagreb is a city that will surprise you. Visitors are invited to explore this cosmopolitan city on foot to discover its unique historic and cultural treasures. Meet friends for coffee at the famous Ban Jelacic Square. Stroll through nature parks and promenades. Relax on the beach at Lake Jarun. Experience the thrilling night life with concerts, clubs, sporting events, theatre and more. Academics: Students typically take a minimum of 12 credits (4 courses) during their academic term abroad. Your department advisor can review and pre-approve the RIT courses offered at RIT Croatia to ensure that you stay on track with your individual degree program.
Detailed information about studying abroad at RIT Croatia in Zagreb including dates, deadlines, housing, excursions and dining can be found here.
The academic calendar aligns closely with the RIT calendar and consists of two semesters, each 16 weeks long.
Courses are available in:
- International Business
- Information Technology
- Modern Languages
- Environmental Science
Program Cost: Student budget worksheet for the 2023-24 academic year. Students should take a copy of this worksheet to their financial aid advisor early in the application process to determine how their aid may apply to the program cost.
Fall semester - April 1
Spring semester - October 1
COVID-19 & Study Abroad
The RIT Education Abroad office is constantly monitoring how COVID-19 is affecting international travel, with student safety as our top priority. While RIT no longer requires students to be vaccinated, we highly encourage study abroad participants to stay up-to-date with immunizations, boosters, and social distancing policies. In fact, study abroad partners and vendors, travel providers, and foreign governments may have different requirements and it is the students' responsibility to understand and adhere to all requirements and guidelines.