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Complete a full minor in Business Administration during the summer at RIT Croatia in Zagreb, Croatia. Ideal for engineering, engineering technology, computing, or art and design students interested in a business minor.


  • Study in the business and economic hub of Croatia.
  • Add a business context to your major by experiencing different cultural practices related to communication, management, negotiation, and problem-solving.
  • Zagreb is a gateway to other parts of Europe - you have weekends free to explore Croatia and a full week break during the program for independent travel.
  • Pay discounted tuition for 15 credits.
  • Scholarships are available!

Term: Summer
Location: Zagreb, Croatia
Program dates: May 17 - August 3, 2024

Earn a total of 15 credits. Classes take place in two 5-week terms, with a one week break between terms for independent sightseeing/travel. An online course spans both 5-week terms.

  • Session I: FINC 489 - Seminar in Finance, INTB 225 - Global Business Environment
  • One week break: June 22-June 30 - do your own independent travel around Europe
  • Session II: DECS 310 - Operations Management*, MGMT 340 - Business Ethics
  • Online course: MGMT 215 - Organizational Behavior

Credits will count towards a minor in Business Administration. Students should discuss with their academic advisor how credits will count towards their degree program.

*DECS 310 - Operations Management - students should have some knowledge of statistics ito be successful in this course; for example, STAT 205, STAT 145, MATH 251, or equivalent.

Application Deadline: February 15, 2024

To Apply

1) Make an appointment with study abroad advisor, Myles Chalue, to go over required application steps - choose date and time

2) Start an application in the Compass.

Program Cost & Financial Aid

Program Cost: Student budget worksheet (summer 2024) - outlines all program costs. You will pay discounted tuitition (for 15 credits), a program fee, and out-of-pocket expenses.

Financial Aid:
Financial aid may cover some program costs. As you review the budget worksheet, please remember that it does not include your RIT financial aid or scholarships which may cover some of the program costs. The purpose of the budget worksheet is to show all the costs associated with your study abroad program which will help your RIT Financial Aid Assistant Director determine how your aid and scholarships may be applied. 

To understand how your financial aid and scholarships may apply to your program costs:

  • Make an appointment with your financial aid assistant director (call Financial Aid at 585-475-2186) and mention that you are calling for a study abroad appointment
  • Upload a copy of your budget worksheet(s) via the Financial Aid upload portal at (at least 48 hours prior to your scheduled meeting, so they have time to prepare) 
    • Please rename the file name of your budget worksheet before uploading it to the Financial Aid portal based on the instructions provided in the portal (adding your name and student ID)

To find out the name of your financial aid assistant director for your degree program visit:

We recommend you meet with Financial Aid before the application deadline so you understand how your aid will apply.


  • RIT Education Abroad Travel Grants ($500-$1,000)
    All students with pending applications in the RIT Study Abroad Compass for this program will be automatically considered for an RIT Education Abroad Travel Grant. You will be informed of your scholarship status shortly after the application deadline. Scholarships awarded based on financial need.

  • Other scholarships: RIT Study Abroad ScholarshipsNational Study Abroad Scholarships

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 polices. 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. 

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