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Erasmus - Procedures for Student Mobility

The University of Rijeka joined the Erasmus programme in 2009 and since then has signed over 400 Erasmus bilateral agreements with universities from the majority of EU countries. This cooperation includes students and staff exchange. Students from European universities that have signed the Erasmus Bilateral Agreement with the University of Rijeka may spend one or two semesters studying at our University.
The Faculty of Health Studies is at the moment holder of sixteen Erasmus Bilateral Agreements.  Since 2014 the Faculty has been organizing Erasmus exchange for studies in cooperation with the University of Rijeka and all the procedures of the University of Rijeka should be followed - link.


Incoming Erasmus students for studies should be officially nominated by their home Erasmus coordinator. After being nominated for Erasmus exchange, Erasmus students should upload the Application Form and all relevant documents to UNIRI Erasmus Application Form database and follow all the instructions which are on the web pages of the University Rijeka for Incoming Erasmus Students.

Application deadlines:
10th June for the winter semester/whole academic year
10th November for the summer semester

Academic calendar:
1st semester (winter): beginning of October – end of January
2nd semester (summer): beginning of March – end of June
Examination period: February, end of June, beginning of July

Erasmus code: HR RIJEKA01
The Faculty of Health Studies  does not offer courses in English language at the moment. All courses held at the Faculty are in Croatian language, but students can get the recommended study literature in English and can have their exams in English language. More about the courses and subject catalogue of the Faculty of Health Studies can be found on the web pages of the Faculty of Health Studies.  


Students who would like to come to the Faculty of Health Studies, University of Rijeka for traineeship should send request to the Erasmus coordinator of the Faculty of Health Studies, Professor Štefica Dvornik, (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), in which they should briefly explain where and when they would like to have their traineeship, as well as the occupation (nurse, physiotherapist, midwife, radiological technologist). Students should fill in the Application Form for Traineeship, which should also be signed by the Erasmus coordinator of their own faculty.


ERASMUS - Guidelines for Incoming Students
UNIRI Student Guide 
UNIRI Application Form
Learning Agreement for Studies
Learning Agreement for Traineership
ERASMUS student - Confirmation of Arrival/Departures
ERASMUS experience – STUDENT MOBILITY – share your experience at FZS


Accommodation for the ERASMUS+ grant holders and others is NOT  provided by the Faculty or University. Possible accommodation: DORMITORY TRSAT, Rijeka STUDENT DORMITORY - UNIRI – RIJEKA.The University Accommodation Agency operating within the University of Rijeka offers various apartments (usually longer longer stay). You may find all necessary information on their Facebook page and also on web pages of University and in University of Rijeka International Student Guide 2016/2017International student guide



HEALTH INSURANCE AND MEDICAL CARE: During your stay in Croatia, as an international student (and other staff members) you must have health insurance.
The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC): International students who have the European Health Insurance Card may use health care services upon presentation of the card and submission of the printout copy of the card, if other instructions are not given according to the Croatian legislation in force.

HEALTH FACILITIES IN RIJEKA (Hospitals, emergency dental services, pharmacies etc.)
HEALTHCARE students – UNIRI (How to choose a medical doctor in Croatia?) Health care of Students


VISA INFORMATION: For the most current information regarding entry and visa regulations between your country and Croatia, please enquire at the Croatian Embassy in your country or at the National ministry of foreign and European affairs. Any visa related costs are not covered by the scholarship grant.
REGULATING YOUR STAY IN CROATIA (Registration of temporary stay)

Mobility period shorter than 90 days: Since Croatian accession to the European Union, EU citizens are no longer obliged either to apply for the approval for temporary stay or to register their address if they are staying in the Republic of Croatia shorter than 90 days.
Mobility period longer than 90 days: EU citizens who plan to stay in the Republic of Croatia for more than 90 days are obliged to apply for the registration of temporary stay for the purpose of studies.
Mobility period shorter than 90 days: Upon your arrival in Croatia, within 48 hours you have to register your address in Croatia at the Foreigners' Office of the relevant Police Administration Office (Odsjek za strance, Policijska uprava). For scholarship holders who are staying at student dormitories (or hotels) the address is automatically registered with the City Police Department.
Mobility period longer than 90 days: Non-EU citizens staying in the Republic of Croatia for more than 90 days are obliged to apply for the issuance of the approval of temporary stay for the purpose of studies within 90 days of the arrival at the Foreigners' Office of the relevant Police Administration Office(Odsjek za strance, Policijska uprava).
Police Administration Office: Primorsko-goranska Police Administration Office, Foreigners' Office (Odsjek za strance, Policijska uprava), Žrtava fašizma 3, 51000 Rijeka 

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