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International and Inter-Institutional Relations Office

The International and Inter-Institutional Relations Office was founded in 2011 by the Faculty of Forestry and Wood Technology with the view to increasing mobility of students and teachers, as well as improving the international cooperation above all with the European universities.

The International and Inter-Institutional Relations Office carries out professional and administrative duties related to international cooperation of the Faculty of Forestry and Wood Technology, and it primarily monitors and provides information about the possibilities of participating in international exchange programmes and international scientific projects, as well as creates the conditions for a transparent participation of all employees and students of the Faculty of Forestry and Wood Technology in international cooperation.

The Head of the Office is Vice-dean for  international cooperation and its employees are the ECTS coordinator and the expert associate for international cooperation.

 

CONTACT: Phone +385 1 235 2500
e-mail:  
kkorov@sumfak.hr

 


The International and Inter-Institutional Relations Office

 

Vice-dean for International Cooperation 

doc. dr. sc. Vjekoslav Živković


Expert Associate for International Cooperation
Katarina Korov, mag. ing. silv.
phone: 01 2352 500
e-mail: kkorov@sumfak.hr
Room 146, yellow building

 

ECTS Coordinator
doc. dr. sc. Andreja Pirc Barčić
e-mail: apirc@sumfak.hr

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