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  • About Dubrovnik

    DUBROVNIK, a magnificent historic city, founded in the 7th century, traces its roots to the ancient world. It was the only city-state on the entire Croatian coast, from the 14th to the 19th century. Seafaring and trade, together with the wise international policy and skilful diplomacy brought economic and cultural prosperity and centuries of prosperity to that free city–state.The Dubrovnik people were known as good seafarers, tradesmen, scientists and writers. Among others, Dubrovnik gave to Europe the scientists Ruđer Bošković and Marin Getaldić. Of literary men, Marin Držić, Ivan Gundulić and Bartol Kašić should be mentioned for their contribution to the Croatian literature and language, while the poets of the old Dubrovnik wrote the last and perhaps the most brilliant verses in Latin.Dubrovnik reached the pinnacle of its prosperity during the 15th and the 16th century. That period is known as the Golden Age of Dubrovnik. Unfortunately, Dubrovnik suffered a severe blow by the Great Earthquake in 1667, from which it never recovered properly. The Dubrovnik Republic was officially abolished shortly after being occupied by Napoleon’s army at the beginning of the 19th century.Throughout its history, Dubrovnik has been admired for its culture. It was a fruitful point of meeting of the East and the West. A historical city centre with its throbbing life, surrounded by ramparts, abounds in monuments of its rich cultural heritage and magnificent pieces of art and architecture. Seventeen churches and monasteries, one of the oldest synagogues in Europe, its apothecary, quarantine and orphanage are long-standing witnesses of its humanistic spirit and human compassion. The main city street, Placa, of unparalleled placid beauty, has been a lively centre of life and Mediterranean atmosphere to this day.

    Dubrovnik is an expression of love towards life, a harmony between the interior and the exterior, between spirit and beauty, peace and freedom. Living in Dubrovnik is a joy, leaving it is a sorrow.

  • Travel information

    Travel information – Dubrovnik Tourist Board.

  • About the University of Dubrovnik

    The University of Dubrovnik is among the “youngest” universities in Croatia. It was established in 2003. on the foundations of a very long tradition which goes back to the 17th century, but also on decades of modern higher education.

    By its programs, its organisation and its technical equipment, the University of Dubrovnik can be stands among very modern educational institutions.

    The main characteristics of the University of Dubrovnik are:

    Organisation system which does not copy the existing universities in the Republic of Croatia and the financing which grants complete integration of the University;

    Departments for studies and professional courses, with organisation and implementation of scientific and highly professional work in a given field;

    Realisation of educational plans and programs that are completely compatible with the Bologna Declaration;

    Guarantee of transfer of ECTS credits and of mobility of students and lecturers;

    Stimulation of active involvement of students in the education process, governing bodies and research projects, and extra–curricula activities;

    Continuous monitoring of the quality of educational activities based on mutual evaluation of students and lecturers;

    Stimulation of educational and scientific improvement of lecturers and their assistants;

    Implementation and improvement of quality control of work and business (HRN EN ISO 9001 :2002);

    Monitoring needs of the economy and of the social community in the preparation of new educational plans and programs which are based on the cultural tradition of Dubrovnik, while, at the same time, introducing new modern programs which should create new traditions;

    Openness towards the international co–operation with the aim of attracting international programs and foreign students.

    In the academic year 2004/2005 the University of Dubrovnik had twelve university and six professional courses in the following fields: science of navigation, marine engineering, marine electrical engineering and communication technologies, business and applied information technology, aquaculture and mariculture, economy and business studies, tourism and mass communication.

    At the moment, the number of students is 2300, while the number of people engaged in lecturing, professional and scientific activities at the University adds to 180.

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