Croatia: Where Tradition Meets Modernity

Croatia, officially the Republic of Croatia, sits at the crossroads of Central and Southeast Europe, with its stunning coast hugging the Adriatic Sea. It shares its borders with Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro. Croatia's capital, Zagreb, is a cultural and economic hub, and the country comprises twenty counties. With a population of nearly 3.9 million, Croatia has seen significant progress recently, with Croatian as its official language.


Embassy of Croatia

Embassy of Croatia, A-15, West End Colony, Near Shanti Niketan, New Delhi-110021, India

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Why Choose Croatia?

A Jewel on the Adriatic

Croatia offers a breathtaking coastline, rich history, and a growing service-based economy. The capital, Zagreb, is a cultural and economic center.

Quality Education

Croatia boasts 122 institutions, including the prestigious University of Zagreb, founded in 1669. While most institutions are public, the private university sector is on the rise. The education system aligns with the Bologna Process, making it easier for international students to pursue their studies.

Education System

A Range of Choices

Croatia offers both university and professional studies, with the Bologna Process facilitating international student mobility. The country has a strong public university culture and a growing private university sector.


Financial Support

While most institutions in Croatia don't provide scholarships, there are options like bilateral programs, Erasmus+, and more. Tuition fees vary based on the program and institution.

For Further Information

Croatian Ministry of Science, Education and Sports:

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