This e-Learning System has been established as a platform for the application of e-learning projects, i.e. the presentation of the courses of studies by applying the e-learning technologies.
Within Merlin, you can search for the materials of single subjects you are following at the Faculty of Forestry. You can also find there the e-portfolio system as well as the Webinar System.
You can sign in to the Merlin e-Learning System by using your electronic identity from the AAI@EduHr system.
Please, request your electronic identity from mr.sc. Vladimir Koštal (CARNet coordinator) on the first floor of the old building.
Head of the Forestry Library: prof. Marisstella Octek
The most numerous users of the Library are the students of the Faculty of Forest, who, apart from borrowing of the study literature, have access to organized information, as well as to the independent work on computers. In order to improve teaching, scientific and research work on the Faculty of Forestry, the Library has constantly been supplied with professional literature, reference literature, scientific and professional journals, materials on electronic media and with access to the relevant data bases.
Student Administration Office
Student Administration Office is the place of the first enrolment in the Faculty or in more years of studies, the place of semester-based testing, issuing of certificates and decisions required for the realizations of students’ academic rights.
Working Hours: 10-13 h
The students of the Faculty of Forestry of the University of Zagreb are organized through
the branch-office of the Student Union of the University of Zagreb,
Forestry Students’ Association,
Urban Forestry Students’ Association and
Students Sport Association “Quercus”.
Student exchange programmes mean the accomplishment of a part of a study programme (mostly a semester) at a university abroad or engaging in a professional traineeship at an authority/institution/ enterprise abroad.
Student exchange at the Faculty of Forestry takes place through a series of programmes. These are most often Erasmus +, CEEPUS and bilateral exchanges. The period spent abroad is evaluated through the procedure for academic recognition of the ECTS-credits performed by the ECTS coordinator. The financial support for the student mobility is provided by the Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Croatia, the University of Zagreb and the Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes.
Support for Students with Disabilities
Read more in the document about: Support for students with disabilities at the Faculty of Forestry