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Erasmus Student 탑 Guide 2011/2012 Osijek, 2011


Publisher Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek Trg Sv. Trojstva 3, HR-31000 Osijek Edited by Prof. Dr. Gordana KRALIK, Rector Prof. Dr. Ivan SAMARDŽIĆ, Vice-Rector Lidija GETTO, Head of the International Relations Office Editorial Board and Translation Martina ŠUTO, Erasmus Coordinator (outgoing students), IR Officer Višnja SAK BOSNAR, Erasmus Coordinator (incoming students), IR Officer Design Grafika d.o.o. Osijek Print Grafika d.o.o. Osijek

With the support of the LLP Erasmus Program of the European Union This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

The information in this booklet is provided according to the author’s best knowledge at the time of publishing. However, some details or instructions are liable to change and the authors cannot be held responsible for incorrect information or any of the changes that may occur. CIP zapis dostupan u računalnom katalogu Gradske i sveučilišne knjižnice Osijek pod brojem 130103057

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Dear Erasmus student, We are very pleased that you are considering your options to spend your Erasmus exchange period at Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek. This Student Guide has been prepared specifically for students from our international partner institutions who wish to realize their mobility at our University within the Erasmus program, however, it contains also valuable information for all other international students wishing to visit us through other exchange programs or as free-movers. In this booklet, you will be presented with basic information about Croatia, our city of Osijek and its surroundings and our University, and you will be given an overview of courses that are offered to exchange students in the academic year 2011/2012. Furthermore, you will find practical information that will surely help you in organizing your stay and studying in our city and at our University more easily.

We are looking forward to welcoming you in our city and at our University, and we will do our best to make your Erasmus study period a great experience! Rector Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Gordana Kralik

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Our University International Relations Office staff will assist you with answering all questions that you may have, they will help you to settle in and to adjust to living and studying in Osijek more quickly.

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Our University is of medium size if compared to other European universities. Since adoption of Bologna principles, it has been developing into a modern European institution of higher education, and becoming a regional centre of knowledge, research and excellence. All our efforts are directed towards the constant increase of teaching and studying quality. We also offer you a high student standard concerning accommodation, subsistence, learning facilities and other student services. Being known as the city of students, Osijek is offering you a fleur of youth and action.


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Osijek’s surroundings

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Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek

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University Units and Erasmus courses

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Faculty Economics

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Faculty of Education

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Faculty of Law

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Faculty of Agriculture

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Faculty of Food Technology

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Faculty of Civil Engineering

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Faculty of Electrical Engineering

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Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Slavonski Brod

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Faculty of Philosophy

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Catholic Faculty of Theology in akovo

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Faculty of Medicine

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Academy of Arts

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Department of Biology

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Department of Chemistry

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Department of Mathematics

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Department of Physics

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Department of Cultural Studies

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Postgraduate professional and doctoral studies

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Erasmus at Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek

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Academic information

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Application procedure

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Before leaving home

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Planning your travel

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Upon arrival in Osijek

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Other useful information

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UNIOS Erasmus contacts

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About Croatia The City of Osijek


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About Croatia


About Croatia The Republic of Croatia is an independent country in South Eastern Europe with its capital in Zagreb. Having a population of over 4.5 million, Croatia lies at the Eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea with its hinterland stretching to the slopes of the Alps and deep into the Pannonian lowlands, to the banks of the Danube and Drava Rivers. It consists of three geographic regions: the Mediterranean, the Mountainous and the Pannonian region. In the west of the country Croatia borders on the Italian Adriatic, in the northwest and north on Slovenia, in the north and northeast on Hungary. In the east it borders on the Province of Vojvodina (within Serbia), in the south on Bosnia and Herzegovina, and in the far south on Montenegro.

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About Croatia

Though a small country, Croatia is defined by diverse cultural influences that resulted in distinctive architecture and a rich stew of traditions. It is well known by its beautiful Adriatic coast, however, traditional atmosphere as well as the beauty of the landscape can be observed in the continental Eastern region of our country, named Slavonia and Baranja. Osijek is the capital of Slavonia and Baranja. A convenient geographical location on the rivers of Drava and Danube makes Osijek a political, cultural, educational and industrial centre.

Zagreb Rijeka Osijek Slavonski Brod

Zadar

Split

Dubrovnik


Customs Custom duties are not paid on personal objects. Radios, telephones, sporting and professional equipment may be brought into the country after having been registered at the border crossing.

Passports and licences

Climate Continental Croatia has a continental climate, while the Adriatic coast has a Mediterranean climate. In the continental area, where Osijek is situated, spring and autumn are mild, summer is usually hot, while winter can be cold and snowy.

Electricity Electrical current is 220 volts AC, 50 Hz. Most plugs have two round pins. So, if you wish to operate personal electric or electronic items that are not compatible with our electrical system, you should bring a plug adapter and a transformer.

More about Croatia: www.croatia.hr; www.croatiaemb.net

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Croatia is one hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), 6 hours ahead of New York and Montreal, 9 hours ahead of Los Angeles, 4 hours ahead of Sao Paulo, 2 hours behind Moscow, and 8 hours behind Tokyo. Daylight saving time is observed from late March to late October, during which time the clocks are advanced one hour.

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Time zone

Passports or other identification documents recognized by international agreement are required to enter the country. A driving license, traffic license and the relevant insurance documents (except for countries that have other regulations) are necessary for entry into Croatia with a vehicle.


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The City oF Osijek


The City Historical Overview The history of Osijek goes back to Neolithic times and begins with the first known inhabitants who belonged to the Illyrian tribes. Later on, in 331, the Roman emperor Hadrian raised the old settlement of Mursa to a colony with special privileges. After that, Mursa had a turbulent history, with a lot of decisive

battles that took place here, deciding the destiny of the whole region. After migrating, the Croats made a settlement near the ruins of Mursa, giving it its present name, Osijek. The first precise mention of this name can be found in the Papal list from 1332, with a precise mention of Osijek parish. Life was thriving here in the Middle Ages, but only traces

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The City of Osijek

of that life can be found today, because the Turks destroyed everything they found and built a town to suit their style. The Turks built several important buildings and mosques here, including Suleiman the Magnificent’s famous 8 km.-long wooden bridge, considered to be one of the wonders of the world. After liberation from the Turks in 1687, Osijek was once again completely devastated. Between 1712 and 1721, the new Austrian authorities built a new fortress, today known as Tvrđa. It is a unique urban and military complex that lies in the heart of the town. Its central Holy Trinity Square is bound on the north by the Building of the Military Command, today the seat of the Rector and the Agricultural Faculty. On the west there is the Main Guard Building, and on the east the Magistrate Building, presently the Museum of Slavonia. In the middle, there is a Plague Monument, erected in 1729.


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Osijek was heavily damaged during the Homeland War, 1991-1995. The peaceful reintegration of Eastern Slavonia and Baranja was successfully completed, opening the way to the revival of our city and the whole region.

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The three parts of the town, the Lower Town, Tvrđa, and the Upper Town were united in 1786, and Osijek became the administrative centre of the Slavonia region. In 1779, a new wooden bridge was built across the Drava River, connecting Osijek with Hungary and the rest of Central Europe. Upper Town became the new business centre of the town.


Osijek Today Osijek is the administrative and economic centre of Eastern Croatia, situated on the right bank of the Drava River, 25 km upstream from its mouth into the Danube. Osijek has also convenient geographical location at the crossroads to Hungary, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, thus being

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a city of multicultural and multiethnic community. We’ll take you on a little walk through the city streets, squares and parks... Let’s start from the centre, Ante Starčević Square, located in the Upper Town, which is the administrative and business centre of Osijek. Most buildings date from the late 19th and early 20th century. The Concathedral consecrated to St. Peter and Paul is drawing your attention with its impressive size. It was built at the end of the 19th century in the Neo-Gothic style. Bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer, after whom our University is named, supported its construction.


Some Facts about Osijek

- Kapucinska and Županijska streets, as the busiest ones in Osijek, fully reveal the urban spirit of the city

Latitude Longitude 90 m above sea level Population Number of streets in the city Number of squares Number of city parks

- Several city parks, ensuring Osijek’s reputation as “the green city” - The Croatian National Theatre, founded in 1907 - The City and University Library building, built in 1905 and - The Fine Arts Gallery, built in 1996, both located on Europe Avenue.

More about Osijek: www.osijek.hr; www.tzosijek.hr

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Other interesting sites are:

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- The old part of Osijek, Tvrđa, a unique complex where the Rector’s Office and some faculties are situated.


Osijek’s Baranja Baranja, an area bordered by the Drava and the Danube rivers and divided by Croatian-Hungarian state border, is well known by its ethnographic scenery, great wines, hot peppers, fishing, traditional masks - buše, guarding ripening grapes - pudarine, embroidered motifs of small peacocks on traditional folk costumes - paunići, traditional straw beds, and homemade healthy food. Some dishes one needs to try while visiting Baranja is nettle sauce, clay pot stew, shepherds’ stew or carp between forked branches.

Kopački Rit Wetlands Kopački rit is a protected nature park, a swamp area that is home of different wild animals and very rare birds. Kopački rit offers to visitors possibilities to observe rare birds, wild boars or deers, to walk along old forest paths, to ride a boat along the wetland canals and to experience unique beauty of untouched nature.

More about Baranja and Kopački rit: www.tzbaranje.hr/en

akovo akovo is a town of bishops, but it is also a town of traditional ethno festivals akovački vezovi and akovački bušari, both of which are worth seeing. Besides its rich gastronomic offer and great akovo wines, in the town of akovo there are many cultural and monumental sights, the most important of which is the St. Peter’s Cathedral. It is also known as the Strossmayer Cathedral, by the name of the akovo bishop and Croatian benefactor Josip Juraj Strossmayer, after whom the University of Osijek has been also named. Horse lovers will visit the State Lippizaner Horse Farm, established in 1506.

More about akovo: www.tz-djakovo.hr

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Ilok Ilok is the easternmost town in Croatia and a place where the East meets the West. It rises above the Danube, surrounded by the slopes of Fruška Gora. It is a town of long history with one of the largest urban and fortification complexes of Northern Croatia. However, Ilok is stll widely recognized by its vineyards and especailly by its wine Traminac.

More about Ilok: www.turizamilok.hr

More about Vukovar: www.turizamvukovar.hr

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Vukovar is situated about 30 kilometers to the east of Osijek, where the Vuka River enters the Danube. The city is on the borders of Slavonia and Sirmium regions. Unfortunately, it is widely known by its war sufferings and destructions. Today after years of war Vukovar is revived and rebuilt, and it is offering to visitors a great blend of Danube scenery and historical sites. Worth mentioning is the archaeological site of Vučedol, located along the banks of the Danube, some 5 kilometres downstream from Vukovar. This is one of the most significant sites of the Eneolithic period. This Eneolithic culture was named after its place of origin – the Vučedol culture.

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Vukovar


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Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek


Josip Juraj Strossmayer A Short History of Higher Education in Osijek The history of higher education in this area began almost three centuries ago, i.e. in 1707, when the first institution of higher education was founded in Osijek. It was the Higher Theological School, which was opened in the 1707/1708 academic year as Studium Philosophicum Essekini, and included a three-year course of studies in philosophy. The significance of the first colleges in Osijek lies in their huge contribution to Croatian language and literature, the spreading of liberal-arts education, and the study of languages and classical literature. The recent history of higher education in the area began in 1959

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when the Zagreb Faculty of Economics, in accordance with the University of Zagreb, founded the Centre for part-time studies in Osijek as a branch of the Zagreb Faculty of Economics. The initiative for the founding of the University of Osijek dates back to 1975. On 26 March 1975, the Croatian Parliament (Sabor) passed the Decision

Trg Sv. Trojstva 3, HR-31000 Osijek, www.unios.hr


and in the same year, the University Senate passed the Decision to include the name of Josip Juraj Strossmayer in the name of the university. Joseph George Strossmayer, (Croatian: Josip Juraj) was bishop and theologian, politician and statesman. He was one of the most famous Croats in the world, known as a promoter of Croatian culture and the people’s tribune, whose entire life was devoted to advancing the welfare and progress of Croatian people. He was born on February 4, 1815 in Osijek, died April 8, 1905 in akovo. Strossmayer was a true predecessor of modern ecumenical quests for unification and open dialogue, and he strove for unity and cooperation despite differences, casting away centuries of misunderstanding and conflict. His personality, ideas, broad viewpoints, global reasoning and his overall legacy have been recognized and followed even today in the mission of the University of Osijek. We need to point out that the academic year 1991/1992 began in wartime Croatia. We must emphasize that the University of Osijek was the only university in Croatia that suffered severe damage in the war for independence.

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granting consent for the establishing the University of Osijek. Two months later, on 31 May 1975, the Agreement concerning the founding of the University of Osijek was signed by the Faculty of Economics, the Faculty of Agriculture and Food Processing, the Institute of Agriculture, the Zagreb School of Engineering and Naval Architecture for Engineering Studies in Slavonski Brod, the Teacher Training College in Osijek, the Zagreb Music Academy for the Music Department in Osijek, the City Library and the Historical Archives in Osijek. Therefore, we celebrate 31 May as the day when the University of Osijek was founded. In this brief outline we need to point out several important years in the history of the founding of the various faculties of the University of Osijek: in 1975 the Faculty of Law, in 1976 the Faculty of Food Technology, in 1977 the Faculty of Education, in 1979 the School of Engineering in Slavonski Brod and Medical Studies in Osijek, which developed into the Faculty of Medicine in 1998, in 1982 the Faculty of Civil Engineering, in 1990 the Electrical Engineering Studies developed into the Faculty of Electrical Engineering,

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University


The University of Osijek today Today the University of Osijek (official abbreviation: UNIOS) is developing into a modern European higher education institution. It acts as a regional centre of knowledge, research and excellence.

UNIOS consists of 11 faculties, 5 University departments, 1 Academy of Arts

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UNIOS organizes studies at undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate level in the following fields: natural sciences, technical sciences, biomedicine and medicine, biotechnical sciences, social sciences, humanities and arts. There are also studies within interdisciplinary fields. All University studies are organized according to Bologna principles and ECTS is fully implemented at all levels. There are three more affiliated institutions of the University of Osijek that contribute to high quality of student life and studying: the City and University Library in Osijek, the Student Centre in Osijek and the Student Centre in the city of Slavonski Brod.


International Relations Office UNIOS International Relations Office staff is competent to provide all information about organization of your stay and studying in Osijek, or in other university cities akovo and Slavonski Brod. They will administer your

For all information please contact: Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek International Relations Office Phone: +385 31 224 125 Fax: +385 31 224 126 e-mail: erasmus@unios.hr web: www.unios.hr/incoming-mobility

Erasmus Coordinator (outgoing students): Martina Šuto (martina@unios.hr)

Postal and visiting address: Trg Svetog Trojstva 3 31000 Osijek Office hours: Monday – Friday 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.

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application and help you with answers to questions that you might have prior to your arrival. Once you arrive, they will help you to settle in and to adjust to living and studying in Osijek more quickly.

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Erasmus Coordinator (incoming students): Višnja Sak Bosnar (visnja@unios.hr)


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University Units and Erasmus courses


Faculty of The predecessor of the Osijek Faculty of Economics was the Centre for Economic Studies, which was founded in 1959 with the aim of assisting students studying at the Zagreb Faculty of Economics. In 1960, the Centre was transformed into the Junior College of Economics, and in 1961, the Faculty of Economics was founded. In the beginning, the Faculty

was a member of the University of Zagreb, but since 1975 it has been a part of the University of Osijek. The Faculty has established successful collaboration with Croatian and foreign faculties of economics and research institutions.

Undergraduate Studies 1. Entrepreneurship 2. Financial Management 3. Marketing

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4. Management 5. Business informatics - duration: 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of the study, student obtains 180 ECTS - upon completion of the study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Economics (with study programme specified)

Trg Lj. Gaja 7, HR-31000 Osijek, www.efos.hr


Graduate Studies 1. Entrepreneurship

- duration: 2 years (4 semesters)

2. Financial Management

- upon completion of the study, student obtains 120 ECTS

3. Marketing 4. Business Economics, programme: Management 5. Business Economics, programme: Business Informatics

- upon completion of the study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of Economics (with study programme specified)

Erasmus courses available to exchange students in the academic year 2011/2012 UNDERGRADUATE (BACHELOR) LEVEL Course title

Professor / Lecturer

PRESENTATION SKILLS

Ljerka Sedlan König

UNI-Code ECTS ECN01-001

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TELEPHONING SKILLS IN ENGLISH

Ljerka Sedlan König

ECN01-002

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BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

Maja Lamza – Maronić

ECN01-003

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INTERNATIONAL MARKETING

Mirna Leko Šimić

ECN01-004

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Professor / Lecturer

NEGOTIATION SKILLS

Ljerka Sedlan König

UNI-Code ECTS ECN02-001

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BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE IN ENGLISH

Ljerka Sedlan König

ECN02-002

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COLLEGE WRITING SKILLS

Ljerka Sedlan König

ECN02-003

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Economics

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GRADUATE (MASTER) LEVEL


Faculty of The Faculty of Education is a successor of the Pedagogy Faculty and of the Teacher Training College. It was officially established in 2005, however, as a higher education institution, it exists since 1893. As such, it has a long tradition in educating pre-school and school teachers.

1. Integrated Undergraduate and Graduate Study - study duration: 5 years (10 semesters) - upon completion of the study, student obtains 300 ECTS - upon completion of the study, student is awarded academic title: Master of Primary Education

- upon completion of the study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Preschool Pedagogy

Graduate Study 2. Preschool Pedagogy

- duration: 2 years (4 semesters)

Undergraduate Study

- upon completion of the study, student obtains 120 ECTS

- duration: 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of the study, student obtains 180 ECTS

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- upon completion of the study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of Preschool Pedagogy

3. Integrated Undergraduate and Graduate Study of Preschool Pedagogy Teacher Training - study duration: 5 years (10 semesters) - upon completion of the study, student obtains 300 ECTS - upon completion of the study, student is awarded academic title: Master of Preschool Pedagogy

Ulica cara Hadrijana bb, HR-31000 Osijek, www.ufos.hr


Erasmus courses available to exchange students in the academic year 2011/2012 INTEGRATED UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE LEVEL UNI-Code ECTS

Sanja Nikčević, Željka Flegar

EDU02-001

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CHILDREN’S MEDIA CULTURE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Sanja Nikčević, Željka Flegar

EDU02-002

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ELT PRACTICAL WORK

Mirna Radišić

EDU02-003

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE PRACTICE I

Ksenija Benčina

EDU02-004

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE PRACTICE II

Ksenija Benčina

EDU02-005

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE PRACTICE III

Ivana Moritz

EDU02-006

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE PRACTICE V

Ksenija Benčina

EDU02-007

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE (FOREIGN LANGUAGE) I

Ksenija Benčina

EDU02-008

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE (FOREIGN LANGUAGE) II

Ksenija Benčina

EDU02-009

2

ENGLISH LANGUAGE (FOREIGN LANGUAGE) III

Ivana Moritz

EDU02-010

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE GRAMMAR I

Marija Omazić

EDU02-011

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE GRAMMAR II

Marija Omazić

EDU02-012

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ENGLISH SPEAKING PRACTICE I

Ivana Marinić

EDU02-013

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ENGLISH SPEAKING PRACTICE II

Ivana Marinić

EDU02-014

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ENGLISH SPEAKING PRACTICE III

Ksenija Benčina

EDU02-015

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ENGLISH SPEAKING PRACTICE IV

Ksenija Benčina

EDU02-016

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ENGLISH SPEAKING PRACTICE V

Ivana Marinić

EDU02-017

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TEACHING ENGLISH TO YOUNG LEARNERS

Višnja Pavičić Takač

EDU02-018

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THEORIES OF LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AND LEARNING

Višnja Pavičić Takač

EDU02-019

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DRAMA WORKSHOP IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Sanja Nikčević, Željka Flegar

EDU02-020

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WEB PROGRAMMING

Ivana urđević

EDU02-021

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CHILDREN’S LITERATURE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE

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Faculty of The Faculty of Law in Osijek was established in 1975. Since then, it has produced a number of excellent judges, state prosecutors, attorneys, public notaries and lawyers employed in economics, in state administration, and in local governments. The scientific and teaching staff of the Faculty have always had and still have an important role in the production of Croatian legal literature, in legislation and in

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the judicial administration. Many of the professors and the students of the Faculty of Law have important positions in the political life of Croatia as representatives in the Parliament, ministers in the Government, rectors, district-prefects, leading figures in the judiciary, etc. The Faculty enjoys outstanding international cooperation and some of its professors are active members of wellknown international scientific institutions. The library of the Faculty of Law is now the main source of data and information in the field of law in Eastern Croatia.

Integrated Undergraduate and Graduate Study 1. Law - duration: 5 years (10 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 300 ECTS - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of Laws (LLM)

S. Radića 13, HR-31000 Osijek, www.pravos.hr


Erasmus courses available to exchange students in the academic year 2011/2012 INTEGRATED UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE LEVEL Course title

Professor / Lecturer

EU AND CROATIAN COMPETITION LAW

Dubravka Akšamović

UNI-Code ECTS LAW02-001

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DEUTSCH ALS RECHTSSPRACHE

Ljubica Kordić

LAW02-002

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BUSINESS LAW COURSE

Srećko Jelinić, Dubravka Akšamović, Zvonimir Jelinić

LAW02-003

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EU COMPANY LAW

Srećko Jelinić, Zvonimir Jelinić

LAW02-004

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RÖMISCHES PRIVATRECHT

Marko Petrak, Nikol Žiha

LAW02-005

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DIPLOMACY LAW AND DIPLOMATIC PROFESSION

Višnja Lachner

LAW02-006

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Description of each course can be obtained at www.unios.hr/incoming-mobility/law


Faculty of both full-time and part-time students. In 1969 a four-year study introducing the Food Technology Programme was founded. The High Agricultural School changed its name to the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Technology and was divided into two institutions, i.e. the Faculty of Agriculture and the Faculty of Food Technology. After that, together with the Institute of Agriculture, they became a part of the Biotechnical

Eastern Slavonia is the most important agricultural area in the Republic of Croatia, so that the development of the Faculty of Agriculture in Osijek is of great importance for future progress of the land. The High Agricultural School in Osijek was founded in 1960 as a member of the University of Zagreb. Studies were organised in two groups – Field Crops Production and Live Stock Breeding, for

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Research and Teaching Centre, up to the year 1991 when the Faculty of Agriculture became an independent institution of higher education.

Undergraduate Studies Agriculture: - Agroeconomics - Plant Production - Mechanisation - Zootechnology - Horticulture

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Trg Sv. Trojstva 3, HR-31000 Osijek, www.pfos.hr


- duration: 3 years (6 semesters)

3. Mechanisation

- upon completion of studies, student obtains 180 ECTS

4. Zootechnology, Study Programmes:

- upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Agriculture

Graduate Studies

- The Nutrition of Domestic Animals - Hunting and Beekeeping - Special Zootechnology 5. Organic Agriculture

- duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 120 ECTS - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of Agriculture 1. Agroeconomics 2. Plant Production; Study Programmes:

- Plant Protection

7. Fruit Growing, Viticulture and Vine Production, Study Programmes: - Fruit Growing - Viticulture and Vine Production

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- Plant Breeding and Seed Production

6. Vegetable and Flower Growing

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- Plant Production - Plant Nutrition and Soil Science


Erasmus courses available to exchange students in the academic year 2011/2012 UNDERGRADUATE (BACHELOR) LEVEL Course title

Professor / Lecturer

BASICS OF PLANT PRODUCTION

Bojan Stipešević

AGR01-001

6

ESSENTIAL BIOCHEMISTRY AND MICROBIOLOGY

Drago Bešlo

AGR01-002

6

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS

Marcela Šperanda

AGR01-003

6

PIG PRODUCTION I

Gordana Kralik

AGR01-004

6

POULTRY PRODUCTION I

Gordana Kralik

AGR01-005

6

SHEEP AND GOAT BREEDING I

Zvonko Antunović

AGR01-006

6

ZOOHYGIENA AND ANIMALS’ HEALTH PROTECTION

Boris Antunović

AGR01-007

6

ANIMAL PRODUCTS I

Goran Kušec

AGR01-008

6

FISHERY I

Anđelko Opačak

AGR01-009

6

SPECIAL ZOOTECHNOLOGY

Mirjana Baban

AGR01-010

6

PHYTOPATHOLOGY I

Draženka Jurković

AGR01-011

6

PHYTOPATHOLOGY I

Jasenka Čosić

AGR01-012

6

STORAGE AND TECHNOLOGY OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS

Vlatka Rozman

AGR01-013

6

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GRADUATE (MASTER) LEVEL Course title

Professor / Lecturer

PRINCIPLES OF ORGANIC PLANT PRODUCTION

Bojan Stipešević

UNI-Code ECTS AGR02-001

6

TROPICAL CROPS

Bojan Stipešević

AGR02-002

6

BIOCHEMISTRY

Drago Bešlo

AGR02-003

6

PHYSIOLOGY OF FARM ANIMALS

Marcela Šperanda

AGR02-004

6

BIOLOGICAL AND ZOOTECHNICAL PRINCIPLES OF PIG PRODUCTION

Gordana Kralik

AGR02-005

6

BIOLOGICAL AND ZOOTECHNICAL PRINCIPLES OF POULTRY PRODUCTION

Gordana Kralik

AGR02-006

6

SHEEP AND GOAT BREEDING II

Zvonko Antunović

AGR02-007

6

ANIMAL PRODUCTS – QUALITY ASSURANCE

Goran Kušec

AGR02-008

6

ANIMALS’ HEALTH PROTECTION

Boris Antunović

AGR02-009

6

HUNTING CYNOLOGY

Marcela Šperanda

AGR02-010

6

HEALTH PROTECTION OF GAME

Boris Antunović

AGR02-011

6

DISEASES OF ARABLE CROPS

Jasenka Čosić

AGR02-012

6

SPECIAL PLANT PRODUCTION - PRECISION AGRICULTURE

Mladen Jurišić

AGR02-013

6

AGRITEHNICS AND PLANT PRODUCTION SYSTEMS

Danijel Jug

AGR02-014

6

WEED SCIENCE

Edita Štefanić

AGR02-015

6

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Faculty of The Faculty of Food Technology in Osijek was established in 1976 to enable students to acquire professional and technical knowledge based on scientific developments in the fields of natural, technical and biotechnical sciences, and social studies. An additional aim of the programme is to impart professional knowledge about the types and resources of raw materials that are processed into finished and semi-finished products, as well as the methods of long and short-term preservation in the food production industry. Graduates of this Faculty acquire sufficient knowledge to work in research centres, or educational institutions or other places of food production, packaging, distribution and food quality control. The Faculty has been successfully involved in many national and international projects.

Undergraduate Study 1. Food Technology - duration: 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 180 ECTS - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Food Technology

Graduate Studies 1. Food Engineering

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2. Food Science and Nutritionism 3. Process Engineering - duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 120 ECTS - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of Food Technology (with study programme specified)

F. KuhaÄ?a 18, HR-31000 Osijek, www.ptfos.hr


Erasmus courses available to exchange students in the academic year 2011/2012 UNDERGRADUATE (BACHELOR) LEVEL Course title

Professor / Lecturer

ENGLISH LANGUAGE I

Lidija Obad

UNI-Code ECTS PTF01-001

4

ENGLISH LANGUAGE II

Lidija Obad

PTF01-002

4

GERMAN LANGUAGE I

Spasenija Moro

PTF01-003

4

GERMAN LANGUAGE II

Spasenija Moro

PTF01-004

4

RAW PLANT MATERIALS

Vlasta Piližota

PTF01-005

5

FOOD TOXICOLOGY

Tomislav Klapec

PTF01-006

3

GRADUATE (MASTER) LEVEL Course title

Professor / Lecturer

UNI-Code ECTS

PROCESS EQUIPMENT DESIGN

Mate Bilić

PTF02-001

7

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Lidija Obad

PTF02-002

2

GERMAN LANGUAGE

Spasenija Moro

PTF02-003

2

CHEMISTRY AND TECHNOLOGY OF FRUIT AND VEGETABLES

Vlasta Piližota

PTF02-004

5

NEW FOOD PRODUCTS DEVELOPMENT

Vlasta Piližota

PTF02-005

4

FOOD PROCESS PREPARATION

Vlasta Piližota

PTF02-006

5

FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PROCESSING AND PRESERVATION

Vlasta Piližota

PTF02-007

7

TECHNOLOGY OF PLANT-BASED RAW MATERIALS II

Vlasta Piližota

PTF02-008

6

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Description of each course can be obtained at www.unios.hr/incoming-mobility/food


Faculty of The beginnings of organised higher education of civil engineers reach back into the year 1967, when the Department of Higher Technical Civil Engineering School was established in Osijek. The Faculty of Civil Engineering in Osijek started its activities in 1983. Since then it has become one of the leading institutions in the area of structural research, analysis and design. Specialised technologies and improvements are integrated for the purpose of initiating technical developments. The Faculty has constantly invested in the specialisation and education of its staff. They are its most valuated assets. The Faculty has established very good international relations with a number of European technical faculties and universities.

Undergraduate Study Civil Engineering; general study programmes - duration: 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 180 ECTS - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Civil Engineering

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Civil Engineering; study programmes: 1. Hydraulic Engineering 2. Bearing Structures 3. Technology, Organisation and Construction Management - duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 120 ECTS - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of Civil Engineering

Drinska 16A, HR-31000 Osijek, www.gfos.hr


Erasmus courses available to exchange students in the academic year 2011/2012 UNDERGRADUATE (BACHELOR) LEVEL Course title

Professor / Lecturer

INTRODUCTION TO BUILDING

Sanja Lončar-Vicković

UNI-Code ECTS GRA01-001

2

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING

Mensur Mulabdić

GRA01-002

4,5

RESIDENTIAL AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS

Sanja Lončar-Vicković

GRA01-003

2

GEODESY

Brankica Malić

GRA01-004

4,5

SOIL MECHANICS

Mensur Mulabdić

GRA01-005

6

GRADUATE (MASTER) LEVEL Course title

Professor / Lecturer

MANAGEMENT

Ksenija Čulo

UNI-Code ECTS GRA02-001

5

PRESTRESSED STRUCTURES

Zvonimir Marić

GRA02-002

5

BUILDING MAINTENANCE

Saša Marenjak

GRA02-003

5

LAND RECLAMATION

Lidija Tadić

GRA02-004

5

ROCK MECHANICS

Mensur Mulabdić

GRA02-005

5

STRUCTURAL TESTING

Vladimir Sigmund

GRA02-006

5

TENDERS AND CONTRACTS

Vladimir Skendrović

GRA02-007

4,5

THEORY OF PLATES AND SHELLS

Vladimir Sigmund

GRA02-008

6

STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS

Ivica Guljaš

GRA02-009

4

TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT

Zlata Dolaček-Alduk

GRA02-010

4

GIS IN HYDROTECHNICS

Brankica Malić

GRA02-011

5

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Description of each course can be obtained at www.unios.hr/incoming-mobility/civl


Faculty of The Faculty of Electrical Engineering was established in 1978 as a five-semester Junior College of Electromechanical Engineering with the aim of providing qualified personnel in this part of Croatia, where specialists in electrical engineering were needed. In 1989, the Junior College of Electromechanical Engineering changed its name to the Junior College of Electrical Engineering and introduced

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a curriculum educating engineers of electrical engineering and engineers of electronics. The Faculty of Electrical Engineering has established very good international relations within international research projects, and with universities and institutions of higher education in Belgium, Slovakia, Hungary, Austria, Slovenia, Germany, Sweden, and many more.

Kneza Trpimira 2B, HR-31000 Osijek, www.etfos.hr


Graduate Studies 1. Electrical Engineering; study programmes: Communication and Informatics Power Engineering 2. Computer Science - duration: 2 years (4 semesters)

Undergraduate Studies 1. Electrical Engineering 2. Computer Science - duration: 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of the study, student obtains 180 ECTS

- upon completion of the study, student obtains 120 ECTS - upon completion of the study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of Electrical Engineering, Master of Computer Science

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- upon completion of the study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, Bachelor of Computer Science


Erasmus courses available to exchange students in the academic year 2011/2012 UNDERGRADUATE (BACHELOR) LEVEL Course title

Professor / Lecturer

DATA BASES

Ninoslav Slavek

ETF01-001

7

NETWORK ANALYSIS

Kruno Miličević

ETF01-002

5,5

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UNI-Code ECTS


GRADUATE (MASTER) LEVEL

Zdravko Valter

ETF02-001

5

RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES

Damir Šljivac

ETF02-002

4,5

ETF02-003

5

COMPUTER SYSTEM DESIGN

Željko Hocenski

UNI-Code ECTS

TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY

Srete Nikolovski

ETF02-004

7

POWER SYSTEM ECONOMICS – TEMPUS EMSA (EU TEMPUS PROJECT: ELECTRICITY MARKET SIMULATION AND ANALYSIS) COURSE

Damir Šljivac

ETF02-005

4,5

PROCESS MEASUREMENT

Zdravko Valter

ETF02-006

4,5

MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS

Snježana Rimac-Drlje

ETF02-007

7

REAL-TIME COMPUTER SYSTEMS

Goran Martinović

ETF02-008

7

SOFTWARE QUALITY ASSURANCE

Ninoslav Slavek

ETF02-009

4,5

POWER SYSTEM PROTECTION

Srete Nikolovski

ETF02-010

7

ELECTRICITY MARKET – TEMPUS EMSA (EU TEMPUS PROJECT: ELECTRICITY MARKET SIMULATION AND ANALYSIS) COURSE

Srete Nikolovski

ETF02-011

4,5

POWER SYSTEM STABILITY AND RELIABILITY

Srete Nikolovski

ETF02-012

4,5

COMPUTER SYSTEM RELIABILITY AND DIAGNOSTICS

Željko Hocenski

ETF02-013

5

DISTRIBUTED COMPUTER SYSTEMS

Goran Martinović

ETF02-014

7

MICROELECTRONICS

Tomislav Švedek

ETF02-015

4,5

CODES AND CODING

Drago Žagar

ETF02-016

4,5

TRANSITIONAL PROCESSES IN POWER SYSTEMS

Kruno Miličević

ETF02-017

4,5

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ELECTRICAL MACHINES

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Faculty of The Mechanical Engineering Faculty was founded in 1979 as the legal successor of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, which was a member of the University of Zagreb. The Faculty is highly respected in the country and abroad for its well organised research activities,

publishing, attestations analyses, prototype manufacturing and laboratory tests. The Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Slavonski Brod has developed successful collaborations with similar institutions and organisations in Croatia and abroad.

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Trg I. B. MaŞuranić 18, HR-35000 Slavonski Brod, www.sfsb.hr


Production Engineering Study Programmes:

Production Engineering Study Programmes:

1. Product Design and Development

1. Product Design and Development

2. Manufacturing Logistics

2. Manufacturing Logistics

3. Engineering of Materials

3. Engineering of Materials 4. Engineering Technologies

4. Engineering Technologies - duration: 3.5 years (7 semesters)

- duration: 1.5 years (3 semesters)

- upon completion of studies, student obtains 210 ECTS

- upon completion of studies, student obtains 90 ECTS

- upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (with study programme specified)

- upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of Mechanical Engineering (with study programme specified)

Mechanical Engineering in Slavonski Brod

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Undergraduate Studies


Erasmus courses available to exchange students in the academic year 2011/2012 UNDERGRADUATE (BACHELOR) LEVEL Course title

Professor / Lecturer

AUTOMATION

Štefanija Klarić

STR01-001

4

FINITE ELEMENT METHOD

Dražan Kozak

STR01-002

5

FLUID MECHANICS

Marija Živić

STR01-003

6

MATERIALS MANAGEMENT

Katica Šimunović

STR01-004

4

NEW PRODUCTION STRATEGIES AND PHILOSOPHIES

Roberto Lujić

STR01-005

4

POLYMER PROCESSING

Pero Raos

STR01-006

5

PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

Goran Šimunović, Roberto Lujić

STR01-007

7

QUANTITATIVE METHODS I

Katica Šimunović

STR01-008

5

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS

Dražan Kozak

STR01-009

6

THERMODYNAMICS

Marija Živić

STR01-010

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UNI-Code ECTS

7


GRADUATE (MASTER) LEVEL Course title

Professor / Lecturer

COMPUTER PROGRAMS IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

UNI-Code ECTS

Tomislav Galeta

STR02-001

4

DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF EXPERIMENTS

Katica Šimunović

STR02-002

4

FRACTURE MECHANICS

Dražan Kozak

STR02-003

5

NEW INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

Tomislav Galeta

STR02-004

3

PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT DESIGN

Milan Kljajin

STR02-005

4

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Tomislav Galeta

STR02-006

6

QUALITY MANAGEMENT

Leon Maglić

STR02-007

4

RAPID MANUFACTURING

Pero Raos, Milan Kljajin, Tomislav Galeta

STR02-008

4

WELDING

Ivan Samardžić

STR02-009

5

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Description of each course can be obtained at www.unios.hr/incoming-mobility/mech


Faculty of The Faculty of Philosophy is one of the oldest institutions of higher education in Osijek and the most comprehensive, for it consists of a variety of departments offering a wide range of programmes and courses. The systematic training of teachers in Osijek began in 1893, when the secondary Teacher Training School was founded. The Teacher Training College was founded in 1961. In 1977 the Teacher Training College developed into the Faculty of Education. In 2003 Faculty of Education changed its title into Faculty of Philosophy. Many of the staff members and students are active participants and initiators of various social and cultural events in the city of Osijek. A great number of the alumni are highly respected scientists or artists prominent in the cultural life of the country.

1. Philosophy (dual degree programme)

Undergraduate Study - duration: 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of the study, student obtains 180 ECTS - upon completion of the study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Philosophy

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Graduate Study - duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - upon completion of the study, student obtains 120 ECTS - upon completion of the study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of Education in Philosophy

L. J채gera 9, HR-31000 Osijek, www.ffos.hr


2. Pedagogy (dual degree programme)

Undergraduate Study - duration: 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of the study, student obtains 180 ECTS - upon completion of the study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Pedagogy

3. Psychology Undergraduate Study - duration: 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of the study, student obtains 180 ECTS

Graduate Study

- duration: 2 years (4 semesters)

- duration: 2 years (4 semesters)

- upon completion of the study, student obtains 120 ECTS

- upon completion of the study, student obtains 120 ECTS

- upon completion of the study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of Pedagogy

- upon completion of the study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of Psychology

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- upon completion of the study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Psychology


4. Croatian Language and Literature (single degree programme and dual degree programme)

Undergraduate Study - duration: 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of the study, student obtains 180 ECTS - upon completion of the study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Croatian Language and Literature

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Graduate Studies 1. Teacher Training Studies (single degree programme and dual degree programme) - duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - upon completion of the study, student obtains 120 ECTS - upon completion of the study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of Education in Croatian Language and Literature


- upon completion of the study, student obtains 120 ECTS - upon completion of the study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of Croatian Language and Literature 3. Research Studies (dual degree programme)

(dual degree programme)

Undergraduate Study - duration: 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of the study, student obtains 180 ECTS - upon completion of the study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of History

Graduate Studies

- duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - upon completion of the study, student obtains 120 ECTS - upon completion of the study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of Croatian Language and Literature

Teacher Training Studies (single degree programme and dual degree programme) - duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - upon completion of the study, student obtains 120 ECTS - upon completion of the study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of History

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2. Research in Literature Studies (single degree programme)


6. German Language and Literature (single degree programme and dual degree programme)

Graduate Studies Programmes of Study: 1. Teacher Training Studies - duration: 2 years (4 semesters)

Undergraduate Study - duration: 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 180 ECTS - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of German Language and Literature

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- upon completion of studies, student obtains 120 ECTS - upon completion of study programme student is awarded academic title: Master of Education in German Language and Literature 2. Translation Studies - duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 120 ECTS - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of German Language and Literature (Translation Studies)


7. English Language and Literature (dual degree programme)

Undergraduate Study - duration 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 180 ECTS - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of English Language and Literature

3. Translation Studies (dual degree programme) - duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 120 ECTS - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of English Language and Literature (Translation Studies)

8. Information Sciences Undergraduate Study

1. Teacher Training Studies (dual degree programme) - duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 120 ECTS - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of Education in English Language and Literature 2. Philology (dual degree programme) - duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 120 ECTS - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of English Language and Literature

- duration: 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 180 ECTS - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Information Sciences

Graduate Study - duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 120 ECTS - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of Information Sciences

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Erasmus courses available to exchange students in the academic year 2011/2012 UNDERGRADUATE (BACHELOR) LEVEL Course title

Professor / Lecturer

CULTURAL AND REGIONAL STUDIES- AUSTRIA AND SWITZERLAND

Angelika Welebil

FIL01-001

3

GERMAN AND AUSTRIAN HISTORY FROM 1848 TO 1945

Angelika Welebil

FIL01-002

3

GERMAN PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY

Vladimir Karabalić, Angelika Welebil

FIL01-003

3

PHONETIC EXERCISES

Angelika Welebil

FIL01-004

1

INTRODUCTION TO THE LINGUISTICS FOR GERMANS

Leonard Pon

FIL01-005

4/2*

GERMAN ORTHOGRAPHY

DAAD-lecturer

FIL01-006

3

GERMAN LANGUAGE PRACTICE V

Angelika Welebil

FIL01-007

4

LANGUAGE EXCERCISES VI

Angelika Welebil

FIL01-008

4

INTRODUCTION TO THE SYNTAX OF CONTEMPORARY GERMAN LANGUAGE

Vladimir Karabalić

FIL01-009

4

SYNTAX OF THE COMPLEX SENTENCE IN CONTEMPORARY GERMAN LANGUAGE

Vladimir Karabalić

FIL01-010

4

CONTRASTIVE ANALYSIS OF SYNTACTIC STRUCTURES IN GERMAN AND CROATIAN LANGUAGE

Vladimir Karabalić

FIL01-011

3

INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF GERMAN LITERATURE

Željko Uvanović

FIL01-012

1/3*

GERMAN LOVE LYRICS

Željko Uvanović

FIL01-013

3

GERMAN LITERATURE FROM SLAVONIA

Vlado Obad

FIL01-014

3

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UNI-Code ECTS

Željko Uvanović

FIL01-015

3/5*

GERMAN LYRICS OF THE 20TH CENTURY

Željko Uvanović

FIL01-016

3/4*

LITERATURE OF BIEDERMEIER AND YOUNG GERMANY

Željko Uvanović

FIL01-017

3

VIENNA MODERNISM

Željko Uvanović

FIL01-018

3

20TH CENTURY GERMAN DRAMA

Vlado Obad

FIL01-019

4

CONJUGATED AND NON-CONJUGATED VERB FORMS IN MODERN GERMAN

Ivana Jozić, Leonard Pon

FIL01-020

3

RHETORICAL TEXT ANALYSIS

Ivana Jozić

FIL01-021

3

DATA PROTECTION AND PRESERVATION OF MATERIALS

Damir Hasenay

FIL01-022

5

DATABASE DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT I Boris Badurina

FIL01-023

5

ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING AND BOOKSELLING

Zoran Velagić

FIL01-024

5

INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH/AMERICAN LITERATURE

Boris Berić

FIL01-025

3

SURVEY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE I

Boris Berić

FIL01-026

5

SURVEY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE II

Boris Berić

FIL01-027

5

SYNTAX OF THE ENGLISH SIMPLE CLAUSE

Gabrijela Buljan

FIL01-028

4

OVERVIEW OF THE MORPHOSYNTAX OF ENGLISH PARTS OF SPEECH

Gabrijela Buljan

FIL01-029

3

SYNTAX OF THE ENGLISH PHRASE

Gabrijela Buljan

FIL01-030

4

INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLINGUISTICS

Gabrijela Buljan

FIL01-031

2

ENGLISH LANGUAGE PRACTICE I

Vlatka Ivić

FIL01-032

5

ENGLISH LANGUAGE PRACTICE II

Vlatka Ivić

FIL01-033

5

ENGLISH LANGUAGE PRACTICE VI

Romana Čačija

FIL01-034

3

ENGLISH AS WORLD LANGUAGE

Mario Brdar

FIL01-035

2

LEXICOGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION OF ENGLISH

Mario Brdar

FIL01-036

2

INTRODUCTION TO LEXICAL SEMANTICS

Mario Brdar

FIL01-037

2

WORD FORMATION IN THE PRESENT-DAY ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Mario Brdar

FIL01-038

4

THE FANTASTIC IN ENGLISH/AMERICAN LITERATURE

Sanja Runtić

FIL01-039

2

ESSAY WRITING

Sanja Runtić, Jasna Poljak Rehlicki

FIL01-040

2

PHONETIC EXERCISES OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Alma Vančura

FIL01-041

1

ENGLISH LANGUAGE PRACTICE 3

Blaženka Šoštarić

FIL01-042

5

ENGLISH LANGUAGE PRACTICE 4

Blaženka Šoštarić

FIL01-043

5

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Course title


Course title

Professor / Lecturer

SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE I

Sanja Runtić

UNI-Code ECTS FIL01-044

5

LATE TWENTIETH CENTURY FICTION IN ENGLISH

Sanja Runtić

FIL01-045

2

SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE II

Sanja Runtić

FIL01-046

5

ESSAY WRITING

Sanja Runtić, Jasna Poljak Rehlicki

FIL01-047

2

THE FUNDAMENTALS OF CRITICAL THINKING

Marijan Krivak

FIL01-048

4

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GRADUATE (MASTER) LEVEL Course title

Professor / Lecturer

GERMAN LANGUAGE PRACTICE 7

DAAD-lecturer

FIL02-001

3

GERMAN LANGUAGE PRACTICE 8

DAAD-lecturer

FIL02-002

3

THEORY OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING

Vesna Bagarić

FIL02-003

6

GERMAN LANGUAGE TEACHING METHODOLOGY

Melita Aleksa Varga

FIL02-004

3

RESEARCH IN TEACHING GERMAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Vesna Bagarić

FIL02-005

5

SECOND AND FOREIGN LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

Vesna Bagarić

FIL02-006

3

TESTING AND EVALUATING COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE

Vesna Bagarić

FIL02-007

4

TEACHING GERMAN TO YOUNG LEARNERS

Melita Aleksa Varga

FIL02-008

5

FILM ADAPTATIONS OF LITERATURE

Željko Uvanović

FIL02-009

3

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Professor / Lecturer

GERMAN POSTMODERN CULTURE

Željko Uvanović

UNI-Code ECTS FIL02-010

3

INTRODUCTION INTO SEMIOTICS

Ivana Jozić

FIL02-011

3

INTRODUCTION INTO TEXT LINGUISTICS

Ivana Jozić

FIL02-012

3

PSYCHOLINGUISTICS FOR TRANSLATORS

Sanja Cimer

FIL02-013

3

EVALUATION OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICES

Kornelija Petr Balog

FIL02-014

6

LITERATURE AND TEACHING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Višnja Pavičić Takač, Draženka Molnar

FIL02-015

3

THEORY OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING

Višnja Pavičić Takač

FIL02-016

6

ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING METHODOLOGY

Višnja Pavičić Takač, Draženka Molnar

FIL02-017

3

RESEARCH IN TEACHING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Višnja Pavičić Takač

FIL02-018

5

SECOND AND FOREIGN LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

Višnja Pavičić Takač

FIL02-019

3

TEACHING ENGLISH TO YOUNG LEARNERS

Višnja Pavičić Takač, Draženka Molnar

FIL02-020

5

CONTEMPORARY BRITISH LITERATURE

Boris Berić

FIL02-021

4

LOVE, SEX AND MARRIAGE IN MILTON’S PARADISE LOST

Boris Berić

FIL02-022

3

CONTRASTIVE ANALYSIS

Gabrijela Buljan

FIL02-023

3

PUBLIC SPEAKING

Alma Vančura

FIL02-024

3

INTRODUCTION TO COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS

Mario Brdar

FIL02-025

3

INTRODUCTION TO SIMULTANEOUS INTERPRETING

Marija Omazić

FIL02-026

5

INTRODUCTION TO CONSECUTIVE INTERPRETING

Marija Omazić

FIL02-027

4

ENGLISH LANGUAGE PRACTICE 8

Romana Čačija

FIL02-028

3

A SURVEY OF 20TH-CENTURY TRANSLATION STUDIES

Vladimir Karabalić

FIL02-029

3

CONTEMPORARY TRANSLATION STUDIES

Vladimir Karabalić

FIL02-030

3

ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING METHODOLOGY

Vlatka Ivić

FIL02-031

3

AMERICAN INDIAN LITERATURE

Sanja Runtić

FIL02-032

3

CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN WOMEN WRITERS

Sanja Runtić

FIL02-033

3

TRANSLATION AND EUROPEAN INTEGRATION

Blaženka Šoštarić

FIL02-034

3

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Catholic Faculty Catholic Faculty of Theology continues almost two century tradition of educating students in philosophy and theology in the Episcopal city of akovo. In 2005, Congregation for Catholic Education in Rome promoted the former Theology of akovo to the Faculty within the University of Osijek.

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Petra Preradovića 17, HR-31400 akovo www.djkbf.hr


University Integrated Undergraduate and Graduate Study Theology - duration: 5 years (10 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 300 ECTS

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of Theology

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- upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of Theology (mag. theol.)


Faculty of Based on a long medical tradition in Osijek, in 1979 a satellite campus of the Medical School in Zagreb was established in Osijek for the study of medicine.

The Faculty of Medicine became a member of the University of Osijek in 1998. Today it is located within the Clinical Hospital of Osijek, which offers all necessary facilities for clinical teaching. To be licenced as general practitioners, graduated students are obliged to serve a one-year internship and to pass the national verification board.

Integrated Undergraduate and Graduate Study

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1. Medicine - duration: 6 years (12 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 360 ECTS - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Doctor of Medicine (MD)

J. Huttlera 4, HR-31000 Osijek, www.mefos.hr


Erasmus courses available to exchange students in the academic year 2011/2012 INTEGRATED STUDY PROGRAM Course title

Professor / Lecturer

UNI-Code ECTS

PHYSIOLOGY

Ines Drenjančević

MED02-001

BIOLOGY

Marija Heffer

MED02-001

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PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

Jerko Barbić

MED02-003

11

INTERNAL MEDICINE

Aleksandar Včev, Tatjana Baćun

MED02-004

20

ANESTHESIOLOGY AND REANIMATOLOGY

Slavica Kvolik

MED02-005

2

FORENSIC MEDICINE

Mladen Marcikić

MED02-006

3

Medicine

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Academy of Department of Music Undergraduate Studies 1. Music Pedagogy - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Music Pedagogy (Academic Musician) - duration: 4 years (8 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 240 ECTS The Academy of Arts Osijek is a newly founded institution within Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek. It started its activities in the academic year 2004/2005. For almost two decades the academy functioned as the Department Section of Music within the Faculty of Philosophy and as a satellite study of the Music Academy of Zagreb. Nowadays, the Academy of Arts consists of the Department of Music, the Department of Fine Arts, and the Department of Dramatic Arts.

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2. Singing - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Singer (Academic Musician – Singer) - duration: 4 years (8 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 240 ECTS 3. Piano - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Piano (Academic Musician - Pianist) - duration: 4 years (8 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 240 ECTS

Graduate Studies 1. Music Pedagogy - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title:

Kralja Petra Svačića bb, HR-31000 Osijek, www.uaos.hr


Graduate Study 2. Fine Arts - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of Fine Arts

- upon completion of studies, student obtains 60 ECTS 2. Singing - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master Singer – study programme: soloist / solo-performer - duration: 1 year (2 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 60 ECTS 3. Piano - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master Pianist – study programme: soloist / solo-performer

- duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 120 ECTS - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of Fine Arts

Department of Dramatic Arts Undergraduate Study 1. Acting and Puppetry - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Acting and Puppetry - duration: 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtaines 180 ECTS

- duration: 1 year (2 semesters)

Graduate Study

- upon completion of studies, student obtains 60 ECTS

Fields of study:

Department of Fine Arts Undergraduate Study 1. Fine Arts - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Fine Arts

1. Acting 2. Puppetry 3. Theatre Studies 4. Playwriting 5. Theatre Pedagogy Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) 120 ECTS

- duration: 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 180 ECTS

Arts

The graduate study is a two-subject study, but students may choose to combine these fields of study or to combine each of them with other fields of study offered by the University of Osijek (e.g. literature, linguistics, art).

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Master of Music Pedagogy


Name of qualification and title conferred:

- Master of the Art of Theatre – trained theatre pedagogue

- Master of the Art of Theatre – trained actor

Since this is a two-subject study, both fields of study are indicated in the diploma. For example, in case there is the combination of Acting and Puppetry, the title conferred is Master of the Art of Theatre – trained actor and trained puppeteer.

- Master of the Art of Theatre – trained puppeteer - Master of the Art of Theatre – trained theatre critic - Master of the Art of Theatre – trained playwright

Erasmus courses available to exchange students in the academic year 2011/2012 UNDERGRADUATE (BACHELOR) LEVEL Course title

Professor / Lecturer

THEATRE FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES

Dubravka Zrnčić Kulenović, Katarina Žeravica

ART01-001

2

STAGE MOVEMENT WORKSHOP

Numerous teachers and choreographers

ART01-002

1

AESTHETICS OF PUPPETRY 1

Livija Kroflin

ART01-003

2

AESTHETICS OF PUPPETRY 2: ASIAN PUPPETRY

Livija Kroflin

ART01-004

2

AESTHETICS OF PUPPETRY 3: EUROPEAN PUPPETRY UNTIL THE19TH CENTURY I

Livija Kroflin

ART01-005

2

AESTHETICS OF PUPPETRY 4: 20TH CENTURY EUROPEAN PUPPETRY

Livija Kroflin

ART01-006

2

AESTHETICS OF PUPPETRY 5: 20TH CENTURY EUROPEAN PUPPETRY II

Livija Kroflin

ART01-007

2

AESTHETICS OF PUPPETRY 6: CROATIAN PUPPETRY

Antonija Bogner - Šaban

ART01-008

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Professor / Lecturer

UNI-Code ECTS

HISTORY 1: CLASSICAL ANTIQUITY

Sanja Nikčević, Alen Biskupović

ART01-009

3

HISTORY 2: THE MIDDLE AGES AND THE RENAISSANCE

Sanja Nikčević, Alen Biskupović

ART01-010

3

HISTORY 3: ELIZABETHAN THEATRE

Sanja Nikčević, Alen Biskupović

ART01-011

3

HISTORY 4: FROM CLASSICISM TO ROMANTICISM

Sanja Nikčević, Alen Biskupović

ART01-012

3

HISTORY 5: FROM REALISM TO THE THEATRE OF THE ABSURD

Sanja Nikčević, Alen Biskupović

ART01-013

3

HISTORY 6: MODERNISM AND POSTMODERNISM

Sanja Nikčević, Andrej Mirčev

ART01-014

3

MOVEMENT 1: BODY WORK

Maja urinović, Ilijana Lončar

ART01-015

3

MOVEMENT 2: WORKING WITH A PARTNER AND A PROP

Maja urinović, Ilijana Lončar

ART01-016

3

MOVEMENT 3: BALLET BASICS AND HISTORICAL Andreja Jeličić, Vuk Ognjenović DANCES

ART01-017

3

MOVEMENT 4: MODERNISM IN DANCE

Maja urinović, Barbara Matijević

ART01-018

3

MOVEMENT 5: ETHNO-URBAN POETICS

Rajko Pavlić

ART01-019

3

MOVEMENT 6: FORM, STYLE, GENRE

Alen Čelić

ART01-020

3

ANIMATION 1: OF BODY PARTS AND OBJECTS

Zheni Pashova, Maja Lučić

ART01-021

6

ANIMATION 2: STRING PUPPETS

Karel Makonj, Hrvoje Seršić

ART01-022

6

ANIMATION 3: HAND AND MIMIC PUPPETS

Teodora Popova, Hrvoje Seršić

ART01-023

6

ANIMATION 4: ROD PUPPETS

Lyudmila Fedorova, Maja Lučić

ART01-024

6

ANIMATION 5: WORKING IN PAIRS

Tamara Stavisskaya, Maja Lučić

ART01-025

6

ANIMATION 6: COMBINED TECHNIQUES

Karel Makonj, Hrvoje Seršić, Maja Lučić

ART01-026

6

PIANO PLAYING

Konstantin Krasnitsky

ART01-027

10

SINGING

Berislav Jerković

ART01-028

10

ART OF THE LATE MIDDLE AGES

Rosana Ratkovčić

ART01-029

2

SCULPURE V, VI

Denis Juraj Krašković

ART01-030

4

SPATIAL THEORY

Karmela Puljiz, Andrej Mirčev Vučenović

ART01-031

2

THEATRE DESIGN I, II

Saša Došen

ART01-032

3

GRADUATE (MASTER) LEVEL Course title

Professor / Lecturer

CONCEPT AND ART PRACTICE I, II

Janos Sugar

UNI-Code ECTS ART02-001

3

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Department of Department of Biology has been established in 2005, however, its activities date back to 1977, when the Department functioned within the former Faculty of Education. Today, Department of Biology exists as an independent member of Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek.

Undergraduate study Biology

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Department of Biology

- study duration: 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of the study student obtains 180 ECTS - upon completion of the study student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Biology

Trg Lj. Gaja 6, HR-31000 Osijek, www.biologija.unios.hr


Graduate study 1. Biology and Chemistry within Teacher Training Program - study duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - upon completion of the study student obtains 120 ECTS

- study duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - upon completion of the study student obtains 120 ECTS - upon completion of the study student is awarded academic title: Master of Biology

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2. Biology within Scientific Program

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- upon completion of the study student is awarded academic title: Master of Biology and Chemistry in teaching profession


Erasmus courses available to exchange students in the academic year 2011/2012 UNDERGRADUATE (BACHELOR) LEVEL Course title

Professor / Lecturer

ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY I

Tarzan Legović, Branimir K. Hackenberger

BIO01-001

4

ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY II

Branimir K. Hackenberger

BIO01-002

2

BIOCHEMISTRY 1

Elizabeta Has-Schön

BIO01-003

4

BIOCHEMISTRY 2

Elizabeta Has-Schön

BIO01-004

4

CELL BIOLOGY

Vera Cesar

BIO01-005

6

CELL ORGANELLES ULTRASTRUCTURE

Vera Cesar

BIO01-006

2

GENERAL ZOOLOGY

Enrih Merdić

BIO01-007

6

GENETICS

Vera Cesar

BIO01-008

4

INSECT ANATOMY AND MORPHOLOGY

Stjepan Krčmar

BIO01-009

2

MICROBIOLOGY

Ljiljana Krstin, Goran Palijan

BIO01-010

4

PLANT MICROTEHNIQUE AND MICROSCOPY

Vera Cesar

BIO01-011

2

QUANTITATIVE BIOLOGY

Tarzan Legović, Branimir K. Hackenberger

BIO01-012

4

TOXICOLOGY

Branimir K. Hackenberger

BIO01-013

2

ZOOGEOGRAPHY

Enrih Merdić

BIO01-014

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GRADUATE (MASTER) LEVEL Course title

Professor / Lecturer

ANIMAL BEHAVIOR

Enrih Merdić

UNI-Code ECTS BIO02-001

6

ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY II

Branimir K. Hackenberger

BIO02-002

4

BIOCHEMICAL MECHANISM OF TOXICITY

Branimir K. Hackenberger

BIO02-003

2

BIOCHEMISTRY 3

Elizabeta Has-Schön

BIO02-004

5

DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY OF PLANTS

Vera Cesar

BIO02-005

3

ECOLOGY OF FRESHWATER HABITATS

Jasna Vidaković, Melita Mihaljević

BIO02-006

8

MOLECULAR ECOTOXICOLOGY

Branimir K. Hackenberger

BIO02-007

4

PLANT CELL AND TISSUE CULTURE

Vera Cesar

BIO02-008

2

PLANT MICROTEHNIQUE AND MICROSCOPY

Vera Cesar

BIO02-009

2

SUPRAMOLECULAR STRUCTURES

Elizabeta Has-Schön

BIO02-010

2

UNDERWATER BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH

Branimir K. Hackenberger

BIO02-011

2

VIROLOGY

Ljiljana Krstin

BIO02-012

3

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Department of Department of Chemistry was established in 2005. The Department provides professional services in study programmes realization within the scientific field of chemistry. Its activities refer to higher education, scientific research into chemistry, and research and development within the area of technical and technological sciences.

Undergraduate study Chemistry - study duration: 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of the study student obtains 180 ECTS - upon completion of the study student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Chemistry

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Department of Chemistry

F. KuhaÄ?a 20, HR-31000 Osijek, www.kemija.unios.hr


Graduate study Chemistry - study duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - upon completion of the study student obtains 120 ECTS - upon completion of the study student is awarded academic title: Master of Education in Chemistry (Chemiae Professor)

Erasmus course available to exchange students in the academic year 2011/2012 UNDERGRADUATE (BACHELOR) LEVEL Course title

Professor / Lecturer

SELECTED TOPICS IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

Milan Sak-Bosnar

UNI-Code ECTS KEM01-001

3

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Chemistry

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Department of The Department of Mathematics was established in 1999 after it separated from the Faculty of Education in Osijek.

Undergraduate Study Mathematics

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Department of Mathematics

- study duration: 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of the study student obtains 180 ECTS - upon completion of the study student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Mathematics

Trg Lj. Gaja 6, HR-31000 Osijek, www.mathos.hr


1. Financial and Business Mathematics

Mathematics and Computer Science - study duration: 5 years (10 semesters)

2. Mathematics and Computer Science

- upon completion of the study student obtains 300 ECTS

3. Mathematical Economics and Statistics

- upon completion of the study student is awarded academic title: Master of Education in Mathematics and Computer Science

4. Industrial and Applied Mathematics - study duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - upon completion of the study student obtains 120 ECTS - upon completion of the study student is awarded academic title: Master of Mathematics (with study programme specified)

Mathematics

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Integrated Undergraduate and Graduate Study

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Graduate Study


Erasmus courses available to exchange students in the academic year 2011/2012 UNDERGRADUATE (BACHELOR) LEVEL Course title

Professor / Lecturer

DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS

Kristian Sabo

MAT01-001

7

INTEGRAL CALCULUS

Kristian Sabo

MAT01-002

7

GEOMETRY OF PLANE AND SPACE

Rudolf Scitovski

MAT01-003

7

LINEAR ALGEBRA I

Darija Marković

MAT01-004

7

ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS I

Mihaela Ribičić Penava

MAT01-005

6

ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS II

Mihaela Ribičić Penava

MAT01-006

6

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE

Domagoj Matijević

MAT01-007

6

INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING

Domagoj Matijević

MAT01-008

3

FUNCTIONS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES

Krešimir Burazin

MAT01-009

6

COMPLEX ANALYSIS

Krešimir Burazin

MAT01-010

6

LINEAR ALGEBRA II

Darija Marković

MAT01-011

6

ELEMENTARY GEOMETRY

Zdenka Kolar-Begović

MAT01-012

5

DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS

Alfonzo Baumgartner

MAT01-013

5

COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE

Goran Martinović

MAT01-014

5

COMBINATORIAL AND DISCRETE MATHEMATICS

Antoaneta Klobučar

MAT01-015

5

REAL ANALYSIS

Dragan Jukić

MAT01-016

8

ALGEBRA

Ivan Matić

MAT01-017

6

VECTOR SPACES

Ivan Matić

MAT01-018

6

INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

Mirta Benšić

MAT01-019

5

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Course title

Professor / Lecturer

NUMERICAL LINEAR ALGEBRA

Ninoslav Truhar

UNI-Code ECTS MAT01-020

5

NUMERICAL MATHEMATICS

Rudolf Scitovski

MAT01-021

6

MATHEMATICAL LOGIC

Antoaneta Klobučar

MAT01-022

6

DATABASES

Branimir Dukić

MAT01-023

5

COMPUTER NETWORKS AND SERVICES

Domagoj Matijević

MAT01-024

5

OFFICE OPERATIONS

Mihaela Ribičić Penava

MAT01-025

3

GRADUATE (MASTER) LEVEL UNI-Code ECTS

INTRODUCTION TO MEASURE THEORY

Dragan Jukić

MAT02-001

6

PROBABILITY

Mirta Benšić

MAT02-002

6

STATISTICS

Mirta Benšić

MAT02-003

6

STOCHASTIC PROCESSES

Mirta Benšić

MAT02-004

6

MATHEMATICS OF FINANCE AND ACTUARIAL MATHEMATICS

Tomislav Marošević

MAT02-005

4

MACROECONOMICS

ula Borozan

MAT02-006

8

COMPLEXITY OF ALGORITHMS

Domagoj Matijević

MAT02-007

4

WEB PROGRAMMING AND APPLICATIONS

Nenad Šuvak

MAT02-008

6

TIME SERIES ANALYSIS

Mirta Benšić

MAT02-009

6

MATHEMATICAL FINANCE

Nenad Šuvak

MAT02-010

8

MATHEMATICAL PRACTICUM

Kristian Sabo

MAT02-011

6

FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT

Sanja Pfeifer

MAT02-012

3

FINANCIAL MARKETS

Branko Novak

MAT02-013

3

MANAGING CREDIT RISK

Nataša Šarlija

MAT02-014

4

BASICS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Marijana Zekić Sušac

MAT02-015

6

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Department of Department of Physics is a member of Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek. It was established in 2005 after separation from the Faculty of Philosophy. Its present activities refer to higher education, research in various fields of physics as well as to experimental development of other natural, technical and technological sciences.

Undergraduate study Physics - study duration: 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of the study student obtains 180 ECTS - upon completion of the study student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Physics

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Trg Lj. Gaja 6, HR-31000 Osijek, www.fizika.unios.hr


Graduate study Physics and Information Technology within Teacher Training programme - study duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - upon completion of the study student obtains 120 ECTS - upon completion of the study student is awarded academic title: Master of Physics and Information Technology in teaching profession

Erasmus course available to exchange students in the academic year 2011/2012 GRADUATE (MASTER) LEVEL Course title

Professor / Lecturer

ATOMIC PHYSICS AND SPECTROSCOPY

Igor Lukačević

UNI-Code ECTS FIZ02-001

5

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Physics

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Department of The newly established Department of Cultural Studies is of great importance for the University of Osijek. Through the following three programmes entitled Cultural Management, Media Culture and Librarianship, Department of Cultural Studies enables further development of higher education in the field of culture.

Undergraduate study programme 1. Cultural Management - duration: 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 180 ECTS - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Culturology and Cultural Management

2. Media Culture - duration: 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 180 ECTS - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Culturology and Media Culture 3. Librarianship - duration: 3 years (6 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 180 ECTS - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Bachelor of Culturology and Librarianship

Graduate study programme 1. Cultural Management - duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 120 ECTS

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- upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of of Culturology and Cultural Management

Trg Sv. Trojstva 3, HR-31 000 Osijek http://kulturologija.unios.hr


3. Librarianship - duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 120 ECTS - upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of Culturology and Librarianship

2. Media Culture - duration: 2 years (4 semesters) - upon completion of studies, student obtains 120 ECTS

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Cultural Studies

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- upon completion of study programme, student is awarded academic title: Master of Culturology and Media Culture


Postgraduate Postgraduate professional and doctoral studies refer to the third education cycle as of the Bologna Process. Postgraduate professional studies offered by the University of Osijek last one to two years and assure professional training at a higher level. The studies are organized with respect to specific market demands and present life-long learning programmes. Upon completion of Postgraduate Professional Studies student is awarded academic title Advanced Master.

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Postgraduate Professional and Doctoral Studies

Postgraduate doctoral studies last for three years. Students are involved in scientific and research activities. Upon completion of Doctoral Study student is awarded title Doctor of Sciences.

Postgraduate Professional Studies Faculty of Agriculture QUALITY AND SAFETY OF ANIMAL PRODUCTS PRODUCTION SYSTEMS IN ANIMAL BREEDING PIG BREEDING MANAGEMENT OF AGRICULTURAL FARMS PLANT PROTECTION


Faculty of Economics ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT ENTREPRENEURSHIP MARKETING OF DIFFERENT AREAS FINANCE AND BANKING MANAGEMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Faculty of Law MANAGEMENT OF LOCAL AND REGIONAL SELF-GOVERNMENT DEVELOPMENT CRIMINAL LAW Faculty of Civil Engineering CIVIL ENGINEERING - Earthquake Engineering

Faculty of Electrical Engineering ADVANCED COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES PROCESS COMPUTING POWER ENGINEERING NETWORKS IN MARKET ENVIRONMENT

- Project Management in Civil Engineering

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Professional and Doctoral Studies

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- Environment Protection in Civil Engineering


Faculty of Food Technology SAFETY AND QUALITY OF FOOD TECHNOLOGY OF TRADITIONAL MEAT PRODUCTS NUTRICIONISM Faculty of Medicine CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY University of Osijek Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Slavonski Brod DEVELOPMENT OF PRODUCTS AND TECHNOLOGIES

EUROPEAN STUDIES - REGIONAL COOPERATION AND EU INTEGRATION NATURE AND ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION

- Material Engineering

Postgraduate Doctoral Studies

- Modeling and Numerical Analysis of Constructions

Faculty of Agriculture

- Production Process Application - Production Management

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES - Agroeconomics - Agrochemistry - Plant Breeding and Seed Production

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- Plant Protection - Animal Husbandry - Animal Nutrition and Forage Technology - Hunting and Cynology - Technical Systems in Agriculture Faculty of Economics MANAGEMENT ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATIVENESS

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Faculty of Civil Engineering CIVIL ENGINEERING Faculty of Electrical Engineering ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - Power Engineering - Communications and Computer Engineering

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Slavonski Brod MECHANICAL ENGINEERING - Contemporary Production Processes - Contemporary Production Management - Construction and Numerical Modeling of Products

BIOMEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES Faculty of Philosophy LITERATURE AND CULTURAL IDENTITY LINGUISTICS University of Osijek NATURE AND ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION MOLECULAR BIOSCIENCES

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FOOD ENGINEERING

Faculty of Medicine

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Faculty of Food Technology


Erasmus courses available to exchange students in the academic year 2011/2012 Faculty of Electrical Engineering Course title

Professor / Lecturer

INTELLIGENT ROBOTIC SYSTEMS

Robert Cupec

UNI-Code ECTS ETF03-001

6

ADVANCED COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE

Željko Hocenski

ETF03-002

6

INTELLIGENT PRODUCTION PROCEDURES

Franjo Jović

ETF03-003

6

POWER SYSTEM OPTIMIZATION

Lajos Jozsa

ETF03-004

6

GRID COMPUTING

Goran Martinović

ETF03-005

6

COMPLETE MEASUREMENT RESULT AND DECISION-MAKING

Kruno Miličević

ETF03-006

6

DIGITAL VIDEOCOMMUNICATION

Snježana Rimac-Drlje

ETF03-007

6

MICROELECTRONICS

Tomislav Švedek

ETF03-008

4,5

QUALITY OF SERVICE IN THE INTERNET

Drago Žagar

ETF03-009

8

Faculty of Philosophy Course title

Professor / Lecturer

UNI-Code ECTS

HISTORY OF LINGUISTICS - AMERICAN STRUCTURALISM

Mario Brdar

FIL03-001

4

HISTORY OF LINGUISTICS - FUNCTIONALISM IN Mario Brdar LINGUISTICS

FIL03-002

4

FUNDAMENTAL LINGUISTIC DISCIPLINES SEMANTICS

Tanja Gradečak Erdeljić

FIL03-003

4

COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS AND LANGUAGE BETWEEN THE INDIVIDUAL AND COMMUNITY

Mario Brdar, Rita Brdar-Szabó

FIL03-004

4

CONTRASTIVE LINGUISTICS

Gabrijela Buljan

FIL03-005

4

LANGUAGE AND CULTURE

Zoltán Kövecses

FIL03-006

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SOCIOLINGUISTICS

Gabrijela Buljan

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CORPUS LINGUISTICS WORKSHOP (BNC)

Marija Omazić

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PHRASEOLOGY – PART OF FUNDAMENTAL LINGUISTIC DISCIPLINES

Marija Omazić

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LEXICOLOGY – PART OF FUNDAMENTAL LINGUISTIC DISCIPLINES

Ljiljana Kolenić

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Description of each course can be obtained at www.unios.hr/incoming-mobility/post

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Erasmus student Guide 2011/2012

Erasmus at Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek


Academic Information At the majoritiy of University units the academic year is divided into two semesters. First winter semester starts in the first week of October and ends in January. First examnation period takes place in February, and the second summer semester starts in the first week of March and lasts until the middle of June. The second examination period starts in the second part of June and lasts until the end of July. August is the time of summer vacation, and September refers to the third examination period. Although University Campus is being currently constructed, there are many University buildings spread around the whole city of Osijek. Catholic Faculty of Theology is situated in the nearby town of akovo, and the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering is located in the city of Slavonski Brod, about 80 km south of Osijek.

Courses that are offered in English and other foreign languages are listed in the section about University Units. In coordination with Erasmus coordinators at home, prospective Erasmus students are advised to prepare a preliminary learning agreement before arriving in Osijek. As changes may always occur, please check our web pages for updated information. If having sufficient knowledge of Croatian language, Erasmus incoming students are welcome to attend lectures held in Croatian. For more information about courses held in Croatian, please contact us via e-mail erasmus@unios.hr. We will be glad to provide particular information about available courses within specific study program upon your request.

Academic Calendar 2011/2012 Winter semester:

Courses to be studied at UNIOS Official language of instruction at UNIOS is Croatian. At the Faculty of Philosophy in Osijek there are study programs of English Language and Literature, German Language and Literature, and Hungarian language, which are taught in the respective foreign language.

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Christmas and New Year Holidays:

first week of October 2011 – end of January 2012 24th December 2011 – 6th January 2012

Exam period:

February 2012

Summer semester:

beginning of March 2012 – middle of June 2012

Exam period:

June –July 2012

Summer holidays:

August 2012

Exam period:

September 2012


Explanation of Croatian grading system National grading system consists of five (5) grades with numerical equivalents, 5 being the highest grade: izvrstan (5) – excellent (5); vrlo dobar (4) – very good (4); dobar (3) – good (3); dovoljan (2) – sufficient (2); nedovoljan (1) – insufficient (1)

The City and University library in Osijek is located in the Europe Avenue and is open on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 7.30 p.m., and on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. Prior to using library facilties, services and computer rooms, students need to register and obtain a member card. Within the Library, there is an American Corner and Austrian reading room, holding books and magazines in English and German language, respectively. Besides the main City and University library, there are libraries at each University unit, providing its students with print, audio and visual materials and other information services within particular scientific area.

Comparison to ECTS ECTS SCALE

Croatian grade

86-100%

A

Excellent

excellent (5)

71-85%

B

Above average

very good (4)

56-70%

C

Average

good (3)

50-55%

D

Below average

sufficient (2)

40-49%

E

Below average

sufficient (2)

25-39%

FX

Fail

insufficient (1)

0-24%

F

Fail

insufficient (1)

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Our Erasmus students can choose Croatian language course as a preparatory course which will provide basic knowledge of Croatian language and culture. The course is organized at the Faculty of Philosophy in Osijek free of charge for all Erasmus students. ECTS is awarded upon successful completion of the course.

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Croatian Language Course


Application Procedure Once your home University has nominated you to participate in Erasmus mobility at UNIOS, you should complete the UNIOS Erasmus application, which consists of the following: 1. Application Form 2. Accommodation Form 3. Preliminary Learning Agreement (approved by your departmental coordinator) 4. 2 personal photographs 5. Copy of the passport page with personal data 6. Transcript of Records from your home University 7. Certificate of the Erasmus student status (signed by your Erasmus coordinator and stamped by official institutional stamp) 8. CV in Europass format Required forms can be downloaded from www.unios.hr/incoming-mobility

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Erasmus student Application Procedure Guide

Completed application forms and accompanying documents are to be sent per post to the address: Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek ERASMUS - International Relations Office Trg Svetog Trojstva 3 HR-31000 Osijek Croatia Deadlines for application: 1st July 2011 (for exchange in the winter semester or whole academic year 2011/2012; starting in October 2011) 15th November 2011 (for exchange in the summer semester 2011/2012; starting in March 2012)


Before Leaving Home Visa requirements and residence permit

1. Form 1a (http://www.mup.hr/1266.aspx)

After processing you application, you will be issued an official Letter of Acceptance and a Confirmation of Accommodation. These documents will be needed for regulation of your visa or residence permit.

2. Acceptance letter issued by the University of Osijek

Residence permit can be also obtained in Croatia upon students’ arrival. For the regulation of the permit you will need the following documents:

5. Certificate of non-criminal record issued by authorised representative in your home country - not older than 6 months, translated into Croatian by a court interpreter 6. Proof of sufficient means of subsistence (scholarship confirmation, statement of bank account) 7. Proof of secured accommodation – Confirmation of accommodation issued by University of Osijek if you will be staying in the dormitory. In case of private accommodation, you will need a contract of rent and a proof of ownership. All documents need to be translated into Croatian and certified by a public notary. Please, have in mind that regulation of your residence permit in Croatia lasts sometimes quite long, for more than a month, and without regulated temporary stay you cannot be officially registered as exchange student at the University of Osijek.

Before Leaving Home

It is strongly advisable for all exchange students to contact Croatian Embassy or consular office in their home country and to apply for a student visa. Officers there will provide all necessary information about student visa regulations. List of Croatian embassies and consular offices abroad can be found at http://www.mfa.hr/MVP.asp?pcpid=1613

4. Copy of the passport – page with the photo

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All exchange students who intend to stay in Croatia longer than 90 days, i.e. three months are obliged to obtain a student visa before entering Croatia or to regulate the Residence Permit upon arrival.

3. 1 photo in colour (35x45mm)


Health insurance All exchange students must have health insurance during their stay in Croatia. There are several options for regulating your health insurance: • If you are coming from a country that has closed an international agreement on health security with the Republic of Croatia, you are entitled to use the emergency health care services during your temporary stay in Croatia. Before coming to Croatia, you should check with your health insurance provider at home under which conditions you can use your home health insurance in Croatia. If possible, your health insurance provider will issue a relevant document, which you should bring with you to Osijek. Upon arrival you will be assisted in contacting the Croatian Institute for Health Insurance, in order to replace the certificate attesting your right to use the health care with a paperbased health insurance record card (Croatian: bolesnički list).

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Before Leaving Home

• You should possess an international travel and health insurance issued by an insurance company in your home country. Such insurance must include repatriation coverage (the cost of the healthcare service is covered by the student, who will later be refunded by the insurance company). • You can regulate your health insurance upon arrival in Osijek at the Croatian Health Institute (www.hzzo-net.hr). Such insurance costs 400 HRK per month (approx. 54EUR) and entitles you to use all medical services that are available to Croatian citizens.


The easiest way…

The main Croatian airport is located in Zagreb and it is well connected to many European destinations. Osijek, however, has a local airport, which offers direct flight to Frankfurt/Hahn. More information about timetables and destinations is available on the official site of Croatia Airlines and the Pleso Airport (www.croatiaairlines.com), as well as on the web page of the Osijek Airport (www.osijek-airport.hr)

The easiest way to reach Osijek from abroad is to fly to Zagreb and to take a train to Osijek. The train service from Zagreb is frequent, safe and reliable and takes approximately 3 - 3.5 hours by Inter City. Trains normally include buffet cars for your convenience. A train ticket from Zagreb to Osijek costs approx. 15 EUR. Flying to Budapest is another option. From Budapest Keleti Railway Station there is a direct train to Osijek, and from the Budapest Deli Railway Station you can take a train to the Hungarian city of Pécs. From Pécs you can take either a train or bus to Osijek.

Railway travel Croatia has direct railway links with many European countries and cities. Information about Croatian railways and connections to Osijek can be obtained at www.hznet.hr.

Bus travel Bus lines connect all parts of the country. Regular international bus lines connect Croatia with all neighboring countries and with Austria, France, Italy, Germany and Slovakia. For information about national and international bus lines please check the site of Central Bus Station in Zagreb (www.akz.hr) and the site of Bus Station in Osijek (www.panturist.hr).

Approximate road distance between Osijek and some European cities: Budapest 260 km Vienna 556 km Trieste 529 km Milan 951 km Zurich 1089 km Munich 765 km Athens 1300 km Note: Your Erasmus friend that will be appointed to assist you during your stay in Osijek will be waiting for you at the railway or bus station and will help you to accommodate in Osijek. Therefore, it is advisable that you plan your arrival in Osijek during daytime.

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Planning Your Travel


Upon Arrival in Osijek Accommodation University of Osijek provides student accommodation in the dormitory located at the University Campus. Students are put up in double bedrooms. The approximate monthly cost of accommodation is 500 HRK (70 EUR). Exchange students who wish to be accommodated in the dormitory should fill in the accommodation form within their application. Students who apply for exchange period at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Slavonski Brod will be offered accommodation in the Student dormitory in Slavonski Brod.

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Upon Arrival in Osijek

Students applying for exchange at the Catholic Faculty of Theology in akovo will be provided information about accommodation after submitting their Erasmus application. Another option of student accommodation in Osijek are private apartments and rooms that are available for rent. Monthly costs of private accommodation vary from 100 EUR for a single room to 200 EUR for a furnished apartment.

Student registration Upon arrival in Osijek, you should contact UNIOS International Relation Office, located at the address Trg Svetog Trojstva 3 (Osijek’s Old Part - Tvrđa).


Registration takes place on the first working day following your arrival in Osijek. IR Office regular working hours are Monday – Friday 8.00 – 15.00. Within your registration at the IR Office you will be given further instructions about enrolment procedure at your host faculty student affairs office, and you will be assisted in further steps concerning other formalities.

Student Identity Card – The X Card Exchange students at the University of Osijek are entitled to hold a student identity card, so called the X Card. It is a sort of a pre-paid card used in students’ cafeterias and restaurants. It is not only a “licence to eat”, but also a card that proves your student status, so you can get some tickets and services at a reduced price.

Welcome Day IR Office will organize a Welcome event for all Erasmus students, aiming to establish relations among all incoming exchange students and their Erasmus friends. You will be informed about the Welcome Day program well in advance via e-mail, as well as after registration at UNIOS.

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If you wish so, you will be appointed one UNIOS home student to be your Erasmus friend who will help you accommodate in Osijek and adjust yourself to new living and studying environment more quickly. Your Erasmus friend will give you all information about everyday student life in Osijek and about other practicalities during your preparations for coming to Osijek, as well as during your stay at our University.

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Other Useful Information


General Information Public holidays - New Year’s Day January 1 - Epiphany – Three Kings January 6 - Easter and Easter Monday April - Labor Day May 1 - Corpus Christi June - Antifascism Day June 22 - National Day (Dan državnosti) June 25 - National Thanksgiving Day August 5 - Assumption of Our Lady August 15 - Independence Day October 8 - All Saints’ Day November 1 - Christmas December 25, 26

Postal and Telephone Services Most post offices in the city centre are open Monday to Friday, from 7 a.m. to 16 p.m., and Saturdays from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Post stamps can be bought at post offices or at kiosks. For international calls, you can call either from the post office or public telephone booths. Phone cards in the value of 25, 50, 100 or 200 HRK can be bought in all post offices and kiosks and used in every telephone booth in Croatia. Croatia is currently home to five GSM networks: T-Mobile Croatia (network code

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098), VIP (network code 091), TOMATO (network code 092), TELE2 (network code 095) and BONBON (network code 097). Pre-paid mobile services are provided by all these operators. Important telephone numbers: Emergency alert Police Fire brigade Ambulance Information centre Road assistance (HAK) Taxi Information service - railway - bus

112 92 93 94 985 987 205-205 060 33 34 44 060 33 44 66

The international telephone access code for Croatia is +385. The area code for Osijek is 031. Omit the 0 when dialing from abroad.


Money

Pharmacies

The official currency of the Republic of Croatia is called the kuna (HRK). Banknotes are issued in the following denominations: 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 HRK. Smaller values are issued as coins (1, 2 and 5 kuna), and 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 lipas. One kuna is equivalent of 100 lipas. Currency may be exchanged in banks, exchange offices and post offices in accordance with the valid exchange rate. Eurocheques can be exchanged in banks. Cash can be withdrawn from ATM machines with internationally valid debit cards.

Pharmacies in Osijek are scattered in all city parts. They are open all day long, usually from from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. Pharmacies at two locations (at the main city square Trg Ante Starčevića and in the Main Medical Centre located in Park k. P. Krešimira IV) are open 24 hours a day.

Shops Shops, local groceries and shopping centres are open Monday to Saturday usually from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., and on Sundays until 1 p.m.

Credit cards

Foreign currency can be exchanged in banks, exchange offices, post offices and in most tourist agencies and hotels.

milk 1 l Coke 2 l sugar 1 kg flour 1 kg loaf of bread chocolate (100 g) bus ticket photocopy (10 copies) Big Mac Menu cup of coffee / tea croissant capuccino daily papers mineral water (1.5 l)

5 13 6 4 4 6 10 3 22 6 4 8 6 5

HRK HRK HRK HRK HRK HRK HRK HRK HRK HRK HRK HRK HRK HRK

= = = = = = = = = = = = = =

-.70 1.70 -.80 -.50 -.50 -.80 1.30 -.40 3.00 -.80 -.50 1.10 -.80 -.70

€ € € € € € € € € € € € € €

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Most restaurants and shops accept all major credit cards (American Express, Diners, Eurocard/Mastercard, Visa).


Leisure and Entertainment Going out… Night life of the city of Osijek is very dynamic. There is a lot to choose from. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays are the days to go out. However, you can always go to the cinema, the theatre, a gallery or just walk along the river. If you want to have a cup of coffee, we suggest some of the most popular cafes, like Cappucino, Brooklyn and Sunset, all of which are situated along the river, or on the Radic Street near the Faculties of Law and Economics. Popular meeting points are the Old Bridge Pub, Irish pubs St. Patrick and General von Beckers, all situated in the Old Town of Osijek, called Tvrđa. We also suggest checking out popular music clubs and discotheques, such as Sound and Bastion in Tvrđa and Oxygene in the city centre.

Internet Clubs and Cafes

Digit Ante Starčević Square Phone: ++385 31 207 441 www.digit.hr

Libraries City and University Library Europske Avenije 24, Phone: ++385 31 211 218 Branches of the Library Donji Grad Trg bana Jelačića 25 Phone: ++385 31 506 110 Industrijska Četvrt Vinkovačka 66 d Phone: ++385 31 271 282 Retfala Strossmayerova 198 Phone: ++385 31 306 069

Cyber Cafe Oxygene Županijska 7 Phone: ++385 31 200 737

Jug II Srijemska 124 Phone: ++385 31 563 454 www.gskos.hr

PRESS Internet Cafe L. Jägera 24 Phone: ++385 31 212 313

Theatres Croatian National Theatre Županijska 9 Phone: ++385 31 220 700 www.hnk-osijek.hr

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Gallery of Fine Arts Europske Avenije 9 Phone: ++385 31 213 587 www.gluo.hr Waldinger Exhibition Hall Fakultetska 7 Phone: ++385 31 200 240 L Gallery Županijska 44 Phone: ++385 31 200 978 Leonardo Exhibition Hall Županijska 36 Phone: ++ 385 31 200 939

Bastion Trg Vatroslava Lisinskog bb Phone: ++385 31 200 623 Oks Istarska 5 (Students’ Centre) Oxygene Županijska 7 Phone: ++385 31 128 224 Sound K. Firingera 24 Phone: ++385 31 201 057 Q Club F. Kuhača 17 Phone: +385 31 210 330 Luna F. Kuhača 19 Phone: +385 31 212 333

Restaurants Museums

Regional cuisine

Museum of Slavonia and Baranja Trg Sv. Trojstva 6 Phone: ++385 31 208 504 www.mso.hr

Bastion Trg V. Lisinskog bb Phone: ++385 31 208 657

Museum of Archeology Trg Sv. Trojstva 2 Phone: ++385 31 232 132 www.muih.hr

Cinemas Europa Šetalište P. Preradovića 2 Phone: ++385 31 205 484 Urania Šetalište V. Hengla 1 Phone: ++385 31 211 560

Plavi podrum Čvrsnička 4 Phone: ++385 31 304 222

Lyra Trg Ante Starčevića 5 Phone: ++385 31 202 900 Strossmayer Strossmayerova 133 Phone: ++385 31 369 711 El Paso Šetalište kardinala F. Šepera 8 d Phone: ++385 31 203 500 La Rosa Divaltova 22 Phone: ++385 31 570 500 International cuisine Karaka Kneza Trpimira 16 Phone: ++385 31 203 500 Bijelo-Plavi Divaltova 8 Phone: ++385 31 571 000 Kopika Tvrđavica bb Phone: ++385 31 285 000 Müller Križanićev trg 9 Phone: ++385 31 204 770 Fish dishes

Slavonska kuća K. Firingera 26 Phone: ++385 31 208 277

Laguna Croatica Dubrovačka 13 Phone: ++385 31 369 203

Kod Ruže Kuhačeva 25 Phone: ++385 31 206 066

Kod Javora Donjodravska obala 14 Phone: ++385 31 506 950

Italian cuisine

Chinese cuisine

As S. Radića 16 Phone: ++385 31 212 500

Confucius Kapucinska 34 Phone: ++385 31 210 104

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Night Clubs

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Branko Mihaljević Children’s Theatre Trg Bana Jelačića 19 Phone: ++385 31 501 485 www.djecje-kazaliste.hr


Sports Sport centre “SOKOLSKI DOM” Kralja Zvonimira 5 Phone:++ 385 31 206 916 Skating rink “SOKOLSKI DOM” Kralja Zvonimira 5 Phone: ++ 385 31 206 915 Highschool playground Istarska 1 d Phone: ++ 385 31 208 344 Indoor swimming pool “GRADSKI BAZENI” M. Divalta 6 a Phone: ++ 385 31 570 066 Tennis centre “OSIJEK” Perivoj kralja Tomislava 1 Phone: ++ 385 31 213 208 Tennis Squash klub BORIS Briješće, Tiha ulica BB Phone: ++ 385 31 280 717

Fitness studios Fitness centre “GRADSKI BAZENI” M. Divalta 6 a Phone: ++ 385 31 570 069 Fitness centre “GEA” Šamačka 11 Phone: ++ 385 98 18 19 813 Fitness centre “RITAM PULSA” Strossmayerova 203 Phone ++ 385 31 303 311 Fitness centre “XXL” F. Gundulića 62 Phone: ++ 385 31 204 877

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Fitness centre “MEDICO” B. Radičevića 14 Phone: ++ 385 31 504 204 Fitness studio “SANO” Sv. Ane 87 Phone: ++ 385 31 372 766 Fitness centre “STUDENTS’ CENTRE IN OSIJEK” Istarska 1 b Phone: ++ 385 31 212 178

Useful vocabulary yes no hi! bye! excuse me! sorry! thank you! please good morning! good day! good evening! good night!

da ne bok! do viđenja! oprosti! oprosti! hvala! molim dobro jutro! dobar dan! dobra večer! laku noć!


minuta sat dan tjedan ponedjeljak utorak srijeda četvrtak petak subota nedjelja danas jučer sutra

Shopping entrance exit open closed supermarket bakery pharmacy do you have…? expensive cheap size

ulaz izlaz otvoreno zatvoreno supermarket pekarnica ljekarna imate li…? skup jeftin veličina

breakfast lunch dinner soup potatoes meat rice salad bread butter sugar salt ice-cream cake coffee tea milk juice

doručak ručak večera juha krumpir meso riža salata kruh maslac šećer sol sladoled kolač kava čaj mlijeko sok

Asking questions who? what? where? why? when?

tko? što? gdje? zašto? kada?

Travelling Around

University Life

train departure arrival bus/ tram stop railway station where is…? where do I find…? street square bridge river

university faculty department student book exam lecture library

vlak odlazak dolazak autobusna/ tramvajska postaja željeznička postaja gdje se nalazi... ? kako ću naći... ? ulica trg most rijeka

sveučilište fakultet odjel student knjiga ispit predavanje knjižnica

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minute hour day week Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday today yesterday tomorrow

Food and Drink

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Phoning

WORLD OF LINKS

About Croatia Croatian Homepage www.hr Government www.vlada.hr President www.predsjednik.hr Ministry of Sciences, Education and Sports www.mzos.hr Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration www.mvpei.hr Universities in Croatia Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek University of Zagreb University of Rijeka University of Split University of Zadar University of Dubrovnik Juraj Dobrila University of Pula

Croatian Telecom www.t-com.hr Croatian Telephone Directory www.tportal.hr/imenik Vip Mobile www.vip.hr HT Mobile www.t-mobile.hr B.net www.bnet.hr For Students Students’ Travel Agency www.staz.hr Institute for the Development of Education www.iro.hr Web Hosting

www.unios.hr www.unizg.hr www.uniri.hr www.unist.hr www.unizd.hr www.unidu.hr www.unipu.hr

About Osijek The City of Osijek www.osijek.hr Osijek City Guide www.osijek-online.com/vodic/ Osijek Online www.osijek-online.com Osijek 031 www.osijek031.com Osijek-Baranja County Tourist Association www.tzosbarzup.hr

CARNet – Croatian Academic Research Network www.carnet.hr Iskon Internet www.iskon.hr T Portal www.tportal.hr VIP www.vip.hr TV Croatian National Television www.hrt.hr Nova TV www.novatv.hr RTL www.rtl.hr STV www.stv.hr Newspapers Glas Slavonije Daily www.glas-slavonije.hr Vjesnik www.vjesnik.hr Jutarnji list www.jutarnji.hr Večernji list www.vecernji.hr 24 sata www.24sata.hr Books and Multimedia Algoritam www.algoritam.hr AGM www.agm.hr Superknjižara www.superknjizara.hr Knjižara Nova www.knjizaranova.hr Knjižara A.G.Matoš www.timarex.hr

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UNIOS ERASMUS CONTACTS

JOSIP JURAJ STROSSMAYER UNIVERSITY OF OSIJEK www.unios.hr/incoming-mobility e-mail: erasmus@unios.hr

VIŠNJA SAK BOSNAR, Erasmus Coordinator (incoming students), IR Officer International Relations Office Phone: +385 31 224 125 Fax: +385 31 224 126 e-mail: visnja@unios.hr MARTINA ŠUTO, Erasmus Coordinator (outgoing students), IR Officer International Relations Office Phone: +385 31 224 125 Fax: +385 31 224 126 e-mail: martina@unios.hr


Faculty of Economics Faculty of Education Faculty of Law Faculty of Agriculture Faculty of Food Technology Faculty of Civil Engineering Faculty of Electrical Engineering Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Slavonski Brod Faculty of Philosophy Catholic Faculty of Theology in akovo Faculty of Medicine Academy of Arts Department of Biology Department of Chemistry Department of Mathematics Department of Physics Department of Cultural Studies Postgraduate Professional and Doctoral Studies

Trg Sv. Trojstva 3 HR - 31000 Osijek www.unios.hr


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