The Faculty of Economics of the University of Split
The Faculty of Economics of the University of Zagreb set up a division in Split in 1971. Starting academic year 2005/2006, a new method of studying is being introduced which is in accordance with the Bologna Process.
In this way, the Faculty of Economics will be a part of a unique European system of higher education (3+2+3). The Faculty offers all levels of the Bologna structured studies at both university and professional levels. It provides students at all levels with exceptional premises for studying, well-organized teaching procedure, but also high levels of other forms of student standard.
Spacious and well-equipped amphitheaters, halls, classrooms and computer labs, the library, reading-room, restaurant and cafe make a whole-day stay at the Faculty possible.
The Faculty of Economics in Split is the second largest institution of its kind in Croatia. It enrolls around 4,500 students in various study programs and study statuses. At present, the Faculty has 126 employees, out of which there are 88 teachers and 50 outside collaborators from other faculties and from the economy who all teach different courses of study.
The Faculty highly qualified staff works on commercial projects, studies, expert testimony, consultations and other expert activities in the field of economics. All employees of the stuff are given the opportunity to do their postgraduate and doctoral studies at prestigious institutions abroad and collaborate with world-renowned scientists.
Teaching Services Education and research are carried out in the following departments and institution:
- Department of National Economy
- Department of Quantitative Methods
- Department of Finance
- Department of Management
- Department of Marketing
- Department of Economics
- Department of Accounting
- Department of Business Foreign Languages
- Institution of Scientific Research
The Faculty is managed by the Faculty Council and the Dean who is assisted by the Management Board and three Vice-Deans.
The Faculty is a partner of a number of institutions from Europe and throughout the world in order to foster teaching and scientific collaboration. Joint research projects are undertaken, doctoral studies are carried out in cooperation with them, and teachers and students are exchanged.