University School of Croatian Language and Culture 2017 summer course scholarship
30 January 2017 1:24pm
Esteemed members of the Rectors' Conferences of the Alps-Adriatic Universities, The University of Zagreb would like to offer one scholarship for the University School of Croatian Language and Culture 2017 to one student from one of the universities belonging to the Rectors' Conference of Alps-Adriatic Universities.
The School will be held in Zagreb from 24 June to 21 July 2017.
The information about the University School of Croatian Language and Culture 2017 is available at http://www.unizg.hr/homepage/learn-croatian/university-school-of-croatian-language-and-culture.
For any additional information regarding the programme of the School please write to croatianlang.
The application documents of candidates should be received by the International Relations Office of the University of Zagreb, Trg maršala Tita, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia until 22 February.
In order for us to process applications more quickly, we kindly ask you to nominate your candidate also via e-mail to renata.hranjec.
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