Summer schools are special programmes organized by the University of Split for the purpose of education, recreation and vacation in Split. The aim of the summer school is to provide students and young professionals from different countries to gain experience of a multicultural and interdisciplinary learning through one of seven programs and the possibility of establishing cooperation with other participants and lecturers.
Learning is based on practical examples, visits to companies, and all that with interesting lectures of domestic and foreign lecturers. Interesting courses, workshops, panel discussions on various topics are going to be a part of the summer school. By getting to know students from all over the world, you can always make new friends. Brush up your skills in the fields of your interest, build up your knowledge and provide yourself the experience of studying\learning in one of the best universities in Europe, with accommodation, food and best programmes guaranteed.
The Split Summer School will take place in the summer period, and for each programme/course specific dates will be defined as well as the cost.
Courses will be held in English, exception is possible only if all the enrolled participants in the specific programme are Croatian language speakers.
Estimated time spent on learning outcomes of the Summer School programme is 60 hours or 2 ECTS points.
Detailed list of programmes offered within the Split Summer School is listed according to the specific scientific areas of the Faculties and University Departments where the course is held.
Clicking on a particular course name will open a pdf document or a web site with detailed information about a programme that includes: Contact person, Main topics, Program structure, Important dates, Price of the course, Program plan and Program lecturers.
If you are interested in signing in for a specific course, please contact the person listed, which will give you all the information you need, or sign up by filling out the application form on the link: https://www.unist.hr/medjunarodna-ljetna-skola-split-summer-school/15662?prijava=1
The student’s residence hall and hostel "Dr. Franjo Tuđman" has over 300 rooms. 6 rooms are equipped for disabled persons.
Rooms are double bedrooms (278) and single bedrooms (55), each with its own bathroom. There are 3 kitchens and 10 classrooms intended for learning and socializing. 2 outdoor sport courts and 1 indoor court as well as 1 excellently equipped fitness gym oﬀer every guest a possibility of quality recreation.
In the same building you can find a charming café "Tinel", perfect for moments of break, and a self-service restaurant with two self- service lines and a pastry shop. In front of the building there is a large parking space.
For the practical necessities, a bank and a mini market are located in the vicinity of the building.
The hostel is a perfect place for organizing conferences, seminars and various banquets.
Due to the proximity of the town centre and quality of its services, the hostel "Dr. Franjo Tuđman" ﬁts right into the tourist map of the region.
|Accommodation / Rooms specification
|1/2 delux room (double twin)
|1/2 room single use
|1/2 delux room (double twin) "single use"
|1/2 apartment "single use"
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University of Split was founded on 15 June 1974. There are around 18,500 students at University's eleven faculties, one arts academy and four University departments. Although fairly young, the University of Split can be proud today of over 180 study programmes delivered in social sciences, humanities, natural, technical, biotechnical, medical, biomedical sciences and arts. The offer is continuously enriched with new, interesting and attractive study programmes.
University Campus, the biggest project ran by the University, is gradually being shaped to its final form. The buildings of the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, Faculty of Economics, University Library and Student dormitory are already in place. Three more faculties moved to their new building: Faculty of Chemistry and Technology, Faculty of Science and Faculty of Maritime Studies, as well as three university departments: University Department for Forensics Sciences, University Department of Marine Studies and University Department of Health Studies. Buildings of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Kinesiology and Arts Academy, as well as Science and Innovation Centre are in the initial phase of construction or planning.
In the framework of European projects, contacts have been made with the leading European universities, but also with universities from other continents. University successfully participates in the Erasmus programme - the biggest student, academic and administrative staff exchange programme.
FACTS & FIGURES
- Established in 1974
- 11 Faculties
- 1 Academy
- 4 University Departments
- Around 18,500 students
- 79 undergraduate study programmes (university and professional orientation)
- 9 integrated undergraduate and graduate study programmes
- 69 graduate study programmes (university and specialist)
- 18 postgraduate study programmes
Virtual Tour of the University of Split (in Croatian): http://www.unist.hr/smotra/split.html
Split is the second largest city in Croatia and the largest Croatian city on the coast of the Adriatic Sea. City centre is the Diocletian's Palace– the biggest and the best preserved late-antique palace in the world. Its uniqueness inscribed Split on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979.
Split is also the second university centre in Croatia and an important Croatian and Mediterranean cultural centre. Split is an important transportation hub – easily reached by sea, road, rail and air. In the recent years, Split has become an important tourist centre, winning the title of the Champion of Croatian Tourism in 2012 and Tourist Flower – Quality for Croatia Award as the best tourist place at the Croatian Adriatic. Along numerous galleries, cinemas, multimedia centre and three theatres, Split offers rich variety of cultural events, among which the most famous are Split Summer Festival, Marulić Days, the Book of the Mediterranean, three film festivals for film-lovers: Split Film Festival, Mediterranean Film Festival and Archaeology Film Festival.
Citizens of Split like to claim the title of the sportiest city in the world. Numerous Olympics, World and European medals won in swimming, water polo, rowing, sailing, football, basketball, handball, athletics and martial arts support the theory...
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