We would like to invite all exchange students to a guest lecture held by the ambassador Corinne Meunier from the Embassy of France in Zagreb. The lecture is going to be held on December 12 at 10:15 in room A. The topic of the lecture is going to be French European policy.
All materials and informations will be available on Intranet as well as sent to you by email on Monday morning. The next meeting is scheduled for 14th November at 16 at Vijecnica 2nd floor
With best regards
On November 7 the Faculty of Political Science celebrates its 55th anniversary! Due to the celebration, classes will not be held.
We would like to invite all foreign students who are not participating in Television News in Multimedia Environment course to visit the Yard room next Tuesday (24.10.) at 10:00 a.m and take part in shooting of a promotional video. Help your colleagues and don't miss this incredible opportunity to become a famous TV stars!
Deadline for changing the Learning Agreement is 20th of October! To make the changes official students have to fill in During the Mobility part of the Learning Agreement document, sign it and bring it to the Office for International Cooperation.
Applications are open till 20th of October 2017! Please send your CV and letter of motivation to Dario Kuntić, Ph.D. at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For short description of the course click More.
it is our great pleasure to invite you all to prof. Sean Homer's lecture that will be held next Thursday (26.10.) at 15:30 in Room B. The title of the lecture is "The Greek Crisis: A Cultural Trauma in Becoming". Sean Homer is Professor of Film and Literature at the American University in Bulgaria, where he teaches courses in Film Criticism, Balkan Cinema, Modernism, Postmodern Literature and Psychoanalysis.
The Faculty of Political Science and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation are organizing an international scientific conference titled "Voters, parties and the challenge of populist politics in Europe". Conference will be held on October 20th, 2017 at the University of Zagreb Hall (Trg Republike Hrvatske 14). Program starts at 09:15 a.m.
Lance Bennett from the University of Washington will hold lecture "Populism, Trump and How to Fix Democracy" on 5th October at 5:20 pm in the room A ( ground floor)
You are more than welcome!
This year we engaged three student-volunteers to help you during your first days at our Faculty. If you have any question or need any information please contact following persons:
Office for International Cooperation
Toni Kliškić, email@example.com
Lucija Radočaj, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nika Obučina, email@example.com
Petra Kozjak, firstname.lastname@example.org
Amra Čaušević, email@example.com
The first meeting in the course Democracy and economic development will be on Thursday, 12 October 2017, at 15:30 hours in the main Faculty building, Lepušićeva 6, room C, 2nd floor.
The course syllabus has been posted in the documents repository "Nastavni materijali". Course participants are advised to inform themselves on the contents of the seminar and contemplate on their participation in the seminar meetings.