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Croatia Study Abroad

Croatia Map
The Adriatic Sea - view from campus
A look at the walls surrounding the old part of Dubrovnik
A look at the breadth of the city walls
Atop the walls, you can see many parts of the city - old and new.
Boats anchored in the harbor
Dubronik from atop of a mountain - notice the walls built around the city
Pier just outside the Stradun
Rolling water hitting the city walls
The walls
Looking out the city walls toward the "new" Dubrovnik
Ceramic roof tiles
ACMT - center of the shot - yellow building. Yes, that close to the ocean!
An inlet
A clear view of the different landscapes found in Croatia
Access to the sea is unbelievably easy - this is the view from near Old City
The harbor, just outside the city walls.

Croatia Study Abroad

The Location

Dubrovnik is the southern most city in Croatia and is a prominent tourist destination on the Adriatic Sea along the Dalmatian Coast. Dubrovnik has an international airport of its own, and a local bus system connecting all Dubrovnik neighborhoods. Croatia borders Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Montenegro and is across the sea from Italy.

The Curriculum

The Department of Computer Science at RIT will offer two to three CS courses each spring semester at RIT Croatia. A selection of Liberal Arts, Science, and Free Electives courses are also available. Traditionally, the CS courses offered are electives (Introduction to Intelligent Systems and Mobile Robot Programming). All classes at RIT Croatia are taught in English and all staff personnel at the college speak both English and Croatian.

Students will be accompanied by a CS faculty member who will teach the CS courses. The Liberal Arts, Science and Free Elective courses will be taught by RIT Croatia faculty. Students are registered with RIT as full-time students while on study abroad.

All RIT students in Dubrovnik will have a student mentor from RIT Croatia. The mentor will work with the students on basic language, customs, culture, and will be the point person for all questions.


Students will share apartments in Dubrovnik which will most likely be arranged by the staff at RIT Croatia. Many apartments are within walking distance of the college. The local bus service is very reliable and students can purchase a monthly bus pass for approximately $10 USD.

Program Costs

Students pay the full-time day college tuition rate to RIT. Students will also be charged a non-refundable program fee to help cover housing, events, and trips while in Croatia. Meals, airfare, local transportation, and other miscellaneous expenses are the responsibility of the student.

Financial Aid

Students currently receiving financial aid may be able to use their aid for overseas study and may, in some cases, have their awards increased. Students not currently receiving financial aid should also consult with a financial aid advisor to discuss financing options. Regardless of your situation, students should consult with the Office of Financial Aid at RIT to discuss the program costs before committing to the program.


Students are required to be covered by a health plan while in Dubrovnik, either through their family plan or by purchasing RIT student health insurance.


RIT Croatia requires all international students to attend a mandatory orientation the week before classes start. Students are free to travel through Europe before the orientation, but are expected to arrive in Dubrovnik by the designated orientation date.


Students are responsible for making their own flight arrangements for this program. Check out the useful links page for more information on flights.


Students are required to obtain a Croatian Visa prior to departing for Dubrovnik in order to study and live in Croatia for the entire semester.