Student Mobility

Student exchange can be realised through the Erasmus+ programme or through bilateral cooperation. For more information about our partner institutions, please check
our website.

Mobility within the Erasmus+ program is realised on the basis of inter-institutional agreements between higher education
institutions, which must be holders of the Erasmus + university charter, and may include study residency or professional practice.

Erasmus+ allows students to spend time abroad in one of the program countries in Europe. The mobility period can last up
to 12 months for undergraduate and graduate students. Support is available for study and foreign practicum purposes.

European Commission awarded the Erasmus+ charter for higher education to Zagreb School of Business on 1 December 2014.

The benefits of Erasmus+ mobility

Students who are selected for mobility receive support from their school and are exempt from tuition fees at the host institution, and the courses taken are recognized through the Learning Agreement document.

Erasmus+ Scholarship

Furthermore, Erasmus+ offers mobility support to help students cover the cost of staying abroad. Erasmus+ mobility support amounts are based on different subsistence costs in the host countries.

Incoming Erasmus Students at ZSB

To take part in the Erasmus Exchange Programme at Zagreb School of Business, you have to first contact the International or Erasmus Office at your home institution. This is in order to express your interest and check if you are eligible for applying for Erasmus Study Mobility. Zagreb School of Business can only accept students in the areas of studies specified in the Bilateral Agreement between the two institutions. If no such agreement exists, it will not be possible to accept students. Once the home institution has approved your application and officially nominated you for study mobility at Zagreb School of Business, we can then start the application procedure.

In order to apply for an Erasmus Study Mobility at ZSB, you have to submit the following documents:

1. Learning Agreement from your institution
2. Completed and signed application form
3. Arrival form
4. A copy of a EU Health Card or private health insurance
5. An official certificate/proof of English proficiency
6. One photo for Student Administration services
7. Academic transcript issued and certified by your university
8. Copy of personal ID or passport
9. Letter of recommendation

The said documents must be sent by post to the following address before the application deadline:

Zagreb School of Business / Poslovno veleučilište Zagreb
N/R Erasmus coordinator – Neven Šipić
Ulica grada Vukovara 68
10000 Zagreb, Croatia

Find out all the details about the Erasmus exchange and our partner institutions at: www.pvzg.hr/en