Fees and Funding

Find out detailed information about fees and funding opportunities. We are continuously working on securing scholarships to cover tuition fees so make sure you check this page regularly.


Tuition fees

The annual tuition fees are €1100.

Payment of 75% of the annual year tuition fee for the first year, i.e., €825 (non-refundable) is required upon receipt of the Offer Letter in order to secure a place on the programme as guaranteed by the Acceptance Letter.

Proof of payment for the rest of the first year tuition fee (non-refundable) is required to enrol in the programme in October.

Proof of payment of the annual tuition fee for the second year (non-refundable) is required at enrolment into the second year of the programme.

Additional costs

The University of Rijeka institutional enrolment fee is ~€50 for enrolment into the first year of a study programme, and ~€40 for enrolment into any further year of a study programme. Proof of payment of the enrolment fee is required at enrolment.

Non-EU students may incur additional costs for their visa, if applicable.

Croatia has joined the Euro!

The Euro became offical currency on 1st January 2023.

Funding opportunities

We are currently working on securing scholarships for this programme.

At the moment, the following scholarships were secured for students applying to start in the academic year 2023/2024.

These scholarships cover the tuition fees over the two years of the programme.


  • Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Scholarship for Underrepresented and Vulnerable Students

    The Faculty for Humanities and Social Sciences is giving one scholarship for underrepresented and vulnerable students.

    The definitions are set out by the Croatian Ministry for Education.

    Underrepresented students are from a student group that forms a lower percentage of the student population within Higher Education in relation to the general population, and to the situation in other European countries. The following underrepresented student groups are identified by the Ministry for Education:

    • Students whose parents have a lower level of education,

    • Female students in technical disciplines,

    • Male students in humanities,

    • Older students,

    • Students with children,

    • Students from the Roma minority.

    Vulnerable students are from those groups that have a higher risk of being exposed to problems in academic and social integration. The following vulnerable student groups are identified by the Ministry for Education:

    • Older students,

    • Students with invalidities,

    • Students from the Roma minority,

    • Students from families with low economic status,

    • Students from vocational schools,

    • Students who are working,

    • Students who are travelling to the city in which they are enrolled in a study programme,

    • LGBT students,

    • Students from alternative care

    • Homeless students,

    • Students from rural areas, smaller towns, and islands,

    • Refugees,

    • Asylum seekers.

  • Scholarship for Excellence

    Currently we have two scholarships for excellence one given by our industry partner Protech Automation and one by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

    If you want to be considered for a Scholarship for Excellence, when applying to our programme at the Standard Application deadline, you simply tick the box in our application form that indicates that you want to be considered for a Scholarship of Excellence. Currently, we have secured one Scholarship of Excellence, which will be awarded to the highest ranked student at the end of the selection process at the Standard Application deadline and who indicated that they want to be considered for this scholarship.

Related Pages

Industry Collaborations

Explore the ways in which we build connections to industry.


Learn about applying to this programme.