Documentation - Zagreb School of Economics and Management

Documentation

Documentation required for admission:

  1. Completed on-line application form from the web page www.zsem.hr with obligatory writing of student’s e-mail address
  2. Transcript of records for all four years of high school and the final certificate (diploma) of education (in original or copy certified by notary public, Croatian or English)
  3. Officially certified translations of your high school transcript of records/diploma in English language if they are not originally issued in English or Croatian
  4. Candidates who have completed high school education in general, gymnasium and art secondary education programs outside Croatia need to bring Decision on recognition of a foreign education qualification issued by the Education and Teacher Training Agency. Candidates who have completed vocational secondary education programs outside of Croatia need to submit Decision on recognition of a foreign education qualification issued by the Agency for Vocational Education and Training and Adult Education. ZSEM will enroll the student conditionally without the Decision of the above mentioned agencies in case the process is not completed, and after the completion of the procedure for recognition and receiving a positive Decision ZSEM will enroll the student regularly
  5. Passport copy with a clearly visible photograph of the candidate
  6. Birth certificate translated in English by a certified translator if not originally issued in English or Croatian (in original or a certified copy by notary public)
  7. Certificate of nationality, only for Croatian citizens (in original or a certified copy by notary public)
  8. Curriculum vitae in English in Europass format
  9. Two photos size 4 x 6 cm 
  10. Receipt of paid application fee in amount of 150.00 Euro.

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Vitor Duarte

Professors at ZSEM are great since they resort to several innovative teaching methods, and most of the times I was able to learn from their personal experiences on the market. All of these made me feel very interested in the courses I was taking at the time and made me want to go for further knowledge.
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Sid Eshuis

I like best that it's a small school and also the teaching style - during lectures and seminars we work on real case studies. There's not too much theory and everything is very practice oriented, which is very different from my university back home.
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