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Rights, obligations and other activities of students

Where are the student rights and obligations described?

All student rights and obligations are described in the Statute of the University in Zagreb, in the Statute of the Faculty of Geodesy, in the Regulations on Studying at the University in Zagreb, in the Regulations on Studying at the Faculty of Geodesy and other documents. All these documents can be found on the websites of the Faculty of Geodesy www.geof.unizg.hr in the section Documents, Regulations.

Study programme

The study programme is described on the ISVU website at the address: http://www.isvu.hr/javno/hr/vu7/nasprog/2015/nasprog.shtml

On this page, you can find the list of all course, number of hours, ECTS points, holders of chairs and performers of teaching activity, the description of course contents, the obligations being the prerequisites for obtaining signature, learning outcomes, references, methods of knowledge assessment and scoring system.

Faculty Intranet

Faculty Intranet is the place on Internet pages where everyone who has got electronic identity of the Faculty of Geodesy can learn all information related to the Faculty activity. All dean’s decision or the decision passed by the Faculty Council, the information related to teaching activity (teaching assistant competitions, time tables and syllabi, the information related to completing the studies) and all other issues relevant to the Faculty activity can be found on Intranet.

Be sure to log in on Faculty Intranet: http://www.geof.unizg.hr/course/view.php?id=26

How is the teaching activity organised?

The teaching activity at the Faculty is organised as full-time activity according to the syllabus and curriculum.

Full-time teaching activity is performed in winter and summer term, lasting 15 instructional weeks.

Which are the exam periods, how are exams registered for and the registrations cancelled?

Academic calendar and examination schedule are published at the beginning of each academic year.

The exact schedule of examination dates can be found via Studomat application or on Intranet of the Faculty of Geodesy.

The examinations are scheduled in such a way that the number of examination dates for each course can include all students in every exam period who are eligible to sit for an exam.

Students register for an exam via Studomat application (Higher Education Institutions Information System – ISVU). If a student cannot sit for an exam that he/she has registered, he/she is obliged to cancel the exam within the period defined by ISVU.

A student who has not been able to sit for an exam, and has not cancelled the exam in due time, can request in writing that his/her absence from the exam is not considered as not sitting for an exam. A student who does not cancel an exam on time, is not eligible to sit for an exam until the next exam period, i.e. examination date, and a teacher records that he/she has not presented himself/herself for an exam. A student who withdraws from the exam that has already started gets the grade 1 – insufficient.

Be sure that the presentation for an exam is not some kind of a game of chance. You should not sit for an exam just like that, but normally only when well prepared and certain that you will pass the exam. It is recommendable to consult a teaching assistant or a professor before presenting oneself for an exam.

Read everything about the exams in the Statute of the University in Zagreb, in the Statute of the Faculty of Geodesy, in the Regulations on Studying at the University in Zagreb, and in the Regulations on Studying at the Faculty of Geodesy.


E-learning system can be found at https://moodle.srce.hr/2018-2019/.

All courses of the Bachelor study programme are supported by e-learning system. Subject teachers explain in their introductory lecture and exercises how to be included in individual courses in e-learning. You will find there all necessary literature references, solve mid-term exams, participate in forum discussion, hand in your homework and do many other things. E-learning is the central place and the repository of all important information related to individual courses.

Student Council of the Faculty of Geodesy

It was founded in 1996 and acts as the branch organisation of the University Student Council. The members of the Student Council are elected by students every two to three years.

The tasks and goals include organisation and representation of students at the Faculty, the establishment of high-quality communication between teachers and students.

The Student Council organises professional, sport, cultural, information and amusement events. In 1997, the publication of a student journal, Ekscentar, was initiated. Contact: stbzor@geof.hr.

Websites of the Student Council of the Faculty of Geodesy: http://student.geof.unizg.hr and http://www.geof.unizg.hr/course/view.php?id=27.

Students’ opinions

Students should participate actively in all aspects of teaching process. It means, that they should always ask at lectures and during exercises if something is not clear. All problems that might come up in learning should be discussed with teaching assistants and teachers.

At the end of each semester students through ISVU need to access fulfilling anonymous polls that evaluate the performance of teachers. Sometimes, polls will be fulfilled also on the paper.

Students can take part in discussions via Faculty Intranet.

Your opinion is very important in the process of passing the decisions related to students.

Students exchange programme

Students can and should participate in the international students exchange programme, mostly in ERASMUS programme. The Faculty has signed a few contracts with prominent institutions among which we would like to point out the University in Ljubljana and Technical University in Munich where our students have already gathered valuable experience.

The information about students exchange programme can be found, apart from the websites of the Faculty, on websites of the International Relations Office of the University in Zagreb: http://international.unizg.hr.

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