A comprehensive resource to support medical language learning and prepare students and physicians for clinical work. The University of Zagreb develops international contacts with foreign universities, on the basis of coordinated and signed agreements that support the following general forms of cooperation: the minimum academic requirement for the mobility grant is 3 ECTS points per month of study abroad. Regardless of this minimum academic requirement, students should take courses of 30 ECTS points per semester (depending on the academic workload of one semester). If Erasmus studies abroad are part of the preparation of scientific work (mastery, thesis, thesis, etc.), the ECTS indicates that the supervisor for satisfactory progress in this work is given to the academic workload. Please note that briefing appointments and instructions for the preparation of the training/pre-authorization contract for each faculty must be sent to students appointed in February/March 2017. Registration for one or more courses can be done in person or online. If you register personally, you can do so during the opening hours of the ICU office in the main university building. If you sign up for online courses, you must enter your online data on sportinstitut.uni-graz.at/de/usi-myusidata/ no later than the day before you register online. Registration dates can be made here. Please ask further questions about intensive courses and course registrations at the ICU Sports Institute office. Pre-approval contract: before mobility, a pre-authorization agreement must be requested and a copy must be filed with the Office of International Relations. A comprehensive resource to support medical language learning and prepare students and physicians for clinical work. Max.

4 weeks of mandatory training can be completed abroad. Apart from that, a maximum of 4 weeks in the bachelor`s/master`s degree can become a free education benefit. The diploma is divided into three cycles of study. The positive evaluation of all parts of the first final review concludes the first phase of the study. Students are then automatically enrolled in the second section. The second review is divided into three parts and includes technical reviews of the second phase. This, at the same time as the abandonment of a compulsory faculty, ends the second phase.