International exchange students can choose between two housing options: living in a student residence hall or in a private accommodation. Faculty of Law does not provide student accommodation.
Student Residence Halls
Exchange students coming to Zagreb may choose between organized accommodation in 3 student residence halls. Students that consider getting an accommodation in some of the student residence halls, need to apply for it personally. As the number of beds available for exchange students is limited, vacancies will be determined on the “first-come, first-served” principle.
Students may choose a residence hall from the 3 ones given below:
- STUDENT RESIDENCE HALL “DR. ANTE STARČEVIĆ”
- STUDENT RESIDENCE HALL “CVJETNO NASELJE”
- STUDENT RESIDENCE HALL “STJEPAN RADIĆ”
Deadlines for Applications
- May 15th for the upcoming study year / winter semester
- November 10th for the upcoming summer semester
IMPORTANT: Any housing requests received after the deadline shall NOT be considered.
Main Contact for Student Residence Hall Application
Ms. Petra Šarenić
Independent Officer for the Accommodation of Students in International Exchange
The University of Zagreb Student Centre
For more information, please check the following webpage:
Students who are not interested in staying at student residence halls, need to look for alternatives such as private rental accommodation.
International students will have to organize accommodation by themselves, i.e. look for a private rental accommodation option. Rents vary greatly according to location, room size, etc. Utilities expenses are sometimes included in the rent price, and sometimes paid by the consumer directly. Payment is usually expected at the beginning of the month, while some landlords request payment for several months in advance.
The best way to search for private rental accommodation are various web sites such as:
- Rent In Zagreb
The Faculty of Law does not take any responsibility for the content and conditions of these external sites.