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The study programmes of the University of Applied Sciences Velika Gorica (VVG) last for three years (six semesters) and they are harmonized with the Bologna Declaration and performed in compliance with the Act on Scientific Research and Higher Education. The curricula and programmes are harmonized with ECTS – the European Credit Transfer System, thus enabling the transfer of students from other professional or university study programmes to VVG and vice versa, all in compliance with the Act and Statute of the University of Applied Sciences. 



The curriculum and the structure of the programmes of the professional three-year study have been designed having in mind sustainability, competitiveness and further development, using the principles of optionality and substantial share of practical classes. The optionality of the courses in the first, second and third year of study, which is possible in agreement with the advisor also among the courses from different study programmes, allows students’ orientation to the field currently adequate to the actual market demand, i.e. of interest to the future employer. Practical classes, that are performed both in the laboratories but also in organizations that are potential employers to students of individual study programmes, allows acquiring of a proper ratio of knowledge and skills necessary to perform professional work with minimal additional training requirements at the future workplace.

The curricula at all study programmes have been divided so that the students in the first year of study, through lectures and practical classes of obligatory and elective courses acquire the basic knowledge, in the second year they acquire professional knowledge at specific professional courses and finally they acquire the organizational and managerial knowledge.

Through basic courses, the students acquire the knowledge in mathematics, physics, chemistry, basics of computers and other areas necessary to acquire professional knowledge.

The specializing courses form the structural core of the study programme providing the students with the necessary professional knowledge.

The organizational and managerial courses allow the students to acquire an overview of the business and financial background of the profession. Thus organized study programmes generate a profile of experts who can respond to the market requirements in the long run.

A part of the classes in the basic courses are performed in cooperation with the existing educational institutions from Croatia and the European Union, thus taking advantage of the current high-quality teaching staff and educational institutions in the interest of both parties.

All the courses bring adequate ECTS credits that allow for the flexibility of the programmes and mobility of the students. Each semester of the undergraduate professional study programme brings 30 ECTS credits, and after having completed the selected study programme, the students acquire a total of 180 ECTS credits and the professional title of baccalaureus / baccalaurea (i.e. bachelor) of a certain profession. A semester takes 15 weeks, and the students’ week load through classes amounts to 25 classes.




After having successfully completed the study programme including lectures and practical classes, in the fifth semester, the students do professional practical work at one of the successful cooperating institutions, companies or organizations working in their field of practice. This approach provides the students with the possibility of proving their quality to the employer, and the employer has the possibility of evaluating the student’s work. Consequently, this increases the employment opportunities of our experts after having completed the study.

In order to meet the students’ expectations during their study, the VVG has been constantly investing in the quality of the educational process with the aim of implementing the advanced technologies in the best possible way. Therefore, during each semester, by monitoring the academic factors, feedback is obtained which is in turn used for permanent improvement of the educational process.

During the last (sixth) semester the students work on the final diploma thesis after which they acquire the respective Diploma and the title of Baccalaureus / Baccalaurea.

After having completed the professional study programme the students may continue their education at a specialist graduate study, at the end of which they acquire the title of a Specialist of the respective profession.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 June 2011 22:31
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