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although we don’t have a campus with all the faculties in one place, it is not that hard to go from one to another faculty. Sadly, I would say that most of the faculties are a bit closed minded and quite restrictive (preparing students for a limited Croatian market so it’s hard to do specializations because they need to be ready for anything), but some faculties are really great – e.g. Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing.
It’s definitely a good place for people who want to learn something because for a cheap price you can learn a lot
The system is a bit old-fashioned and there are quite a lot of things that don´t make sense to a normal person. Some faculties are good, only one (FER) is recognized outside the borders of Croatia and others are pretty much irrelevant. A lot of theory and little practice. All sorts of affairs are often so i would think about private universities or free ones in nearby Slovenia.
Law studies at the University of Zagreb have turned out as extremely difficult and time-consuming. Very large amounts of text to study for the exams and very little practice work. A big minus is learning a lot of necessary things as well, for example about historic development of law principles. I would not suggest you to go there, unless you are very eager about it. It gives decent education for sure, but it is extremely hard when it comes to comparing it with some other, better-known law faculties in the world.
I was studying engineering geology for bachelor and I was satisfied so continued master. During my studies, I experienced a lot of good things. I really like that we had a lot of field works what improved our knowledge. Professors are kind are really want to help students.
Life in Zagreb is peaceful and cheap. People are nice and polite.
I met a lot of old friends and I will recommend the University of Zagreb as a great choice of study.