Courses and schedule - Zagreb School of Economics and Management

Courses and schedule

Undergraduate program

September – January 

First Semester                                

Third Semester

Fifth Semester 

Seventh Semester 

Electives 


February – June

Second Semester

 

Fourth Semester 

 

Sixth Semester 

 

Eight Semester

 

Electives 

 

*Elective courses are going to be available only if there is a certain number of students interested. Please mind that courses which belong to the same study year will not overlap.

Undergraduate students can only take undergraduate courses.

Courses will be available until the quota is filled.

Graduate programs

Graduate students can choose both undergraduate and graduate courses, but only if their university allows it.

Graduate courses have a special schedule. They are held in modules. Throughout the semester each course lasts 2 to 3 intensive weeks.

If you are a graduate student who also took some undergraduate courses you must attend those classes throughout the entire semester starting when those undergraduate courses start.

All of our MBA programs are fully taught in English. Clicking on each of the following MBA programs, you can see their program’s curriculums followed by course descriptions.

*Please note that the First Semester is the Fall Semester (from September to February) and the Second Semester is the Spring Semester (from March to July).

MBA program

For more information, you can visit our Graduate MBA web page.

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