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Poljička cesta 35, Split, Croatia


Welcome to the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Split

The exchange of ideas and intercultural dialogue are foundations of development in Humanities  and Social Sciences. Visiting students, lecturers, researchers and colleagues are all welcome at our Faculty. By bringing new ideas and different perspectives they enrich us as an institution and as individuals.

Integration into the European Higher Education Area, internationalization of study programs, and increase of incoming and outgoing international mobility of students and teachers occupy an important place among the strategic goals of the University of Split.

We organize a number of international scientific conferences and we are also open to all proposals of international cooperation projects in our fields of expertise. (List of our international cooperation projects)

International mobility of students and staff is financed mainly by Erasmus +, CEEPUS,  MSCA and other international funds.

The mobility of students and staff within the Erasmus + program takes place on the basis of  Calls for applications announced by the University of Split. Further information on conditions that apply to various types of mobility can be found here (in Croatian)

  - student mobility for the purpose of studies
  - traineeships (abroad)
  - staff mobility (teaching / training), selection criteria

Mobility for the purpose of studies or for the purpose of teaching (professors) is possible to any of the partner universities within the annual quotas and areas of exchange as defined in  Erasmus+ Agreements for mobility of students and university staff  (interactive map).


An updated list of agreements is published as part of each Call. 

Information on students traineeships offer is available here.

 List of institutions which received our students on traineeship

Information on staff training possibilities can be found here

List of courses available to Erasmus+ /CEEPUS incoming students

Procedures and documents for Erasmus+ and other visiting students

Guidelines on how to use the Online Learning Agreement for Studie

How to create an Online Learning Agreement (video)

How to make changes to your LA (video)

Presentation of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences for Erasmus+ Incoming Students 

Incoming Staff Mobility

Central European Exchange Program for University Studies  is a multilateral University exchange program in the extended Danube region based on an international Agreement. There are 15+ members states 

CEEPUS provides three basic types of mobility:

  • mobility of students and teachers within approved CEEPUS networks, such as

 - South and North Korea, Korean and Koreans: Research, Research Based Teaching & Networking for Synergies in Central and Eastern Europe

Philosophy and Interdisciplinarity

  • mobility of students and teachers within CEEPUS umbrella networks

 -Sociology for Societies - Understanding socio-cultural changes in contemporary societie

  • mobility outside CEEPUS networks, so-called freemovers
  • short group mobility

More information is available here: 


 International mobility of scientists is funded, inter alia, through the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions, such as

See the list of open MSC competitions here.


For any  questions, ideas or proposals, please do not hesitate to contact us!

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Split

Department for International Cooperation and Public Relations

Poljička 35

21000 Split, CROATIA

Head of Department for International Cooperation & Public Relations

Erasmus+ Coordinator

Tamara Ljubičić

Tel +385 21 329 290

e-mail :


Professor Jakub Synowiec from the Pontifical University John Paul II in Krakow visited our Faculty last week. During his visit, professor Synowiec held several lectures ("Kantism and utilitarianism", "Ethical career, are we living at the hinge of history",  "Animal ethics and preference utilitarianism" ) and discussed  the possibilities of future cooperation projects with our Department of Philosophy.   
Professor Lenka Naldoniová from the University of Ostrava recently gave a series of lectures at our university from April 15th to April 26th, 2024, as part of the CEEPUS program network Philosophy and Interdisciplinarity. She spent her twelve teaching hours covering a variety of interesting topics throughout her visit.
Professor Monika Kopytowska from the University of Lodz visited our Faculty from May 22 to May 26, 2023 as part of the Erasmus+ KA103 program. Prof. Kopytowska delivered the following lectures on the topic of sociolinguistics and pragmatics: - A new approach to (constructed) social reality and conflict in public - Journalistic strategies of (re)presenting reality - Intercultural communication in institutional and business contexts The guest lectures were delivered as part of regular courses ( Sociolinguistics and Semantics and Pragmatics ), taught by Prof. Jagoda Granić from the Croatian Language and Literature Department.
Professor Ivan Nikolić from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Niš visited our Faculty as part of the CEEPUS mobility program. Professor Nikolić presented lectures on Hegel and psychoanalysis, and Film as a medium of philosophy. Fotoalbum  (T.Ljubičić)
In cooperation with the Embassy of the Republic of Ireland, and under the sponsorship of the Royal Irish Academy, our Faculty is hosting an exhibition by the name of "10 words". This exhibition accompanies the book titled A History of Ireland in 100 Words, by Sharon Arbuthnot, Máira Ní Mhaonaigh and Gregory Toner. The linguistic history of Ireland told through 10 selected words that inspired this exhibition, represents only a small part of the linguistic treasures presented in the book.  The aim of this exhibition is to foster interest in the Irish language, by discovering the connections between the words we use today and the words used in the past, and to encourage visitors to read the book in order to learn something about Ireland's rich and diverse past. Fotoalbum  (T.Ljubičić)
Our students continue to take part in the intership at "Istituto San Leone Magno", a renowned school in Rome. Ms. Ema Macut will start her internship in March, while Antea Kuduz and Martina Naletilić plan to start their internship in September. We wish them the best of luck!
As part of the SEA EU project, and an organized visit to the University of Split, our Faculty was visited by dr. hab. Michał Harciarek, dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences, and dr hab. Arkadiusz Janicki, dean of the Faculty of Historical Sciences. Deans Harciarek and Janicki were greeted by our Faculty dean, full prof. Gloria Vickov, PhD, as well as our vice deans, assist. prof. Vedran Barbarić, PhD, and assoc. prof. Antonela Marić, PhD. and assoc. prof. Tonija Andrić, head of the Department of History. They discussed the realization of ongoing projects initiated last year with our Department of History, in cooperation with other departments of the Faculty. Realization of future joint projects was also discussed. The esteemed guests thanked our dean Vickov for her kind hospitality, while expressing openness to future collaboration with our Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Split
Professor Marjan Šimenc from the Department of Philosophy of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Ljubljana was hosted by our Faculty's Department of Philosophy, as part of the CEEPUS exhange program. Professor Šimenc gave lectures on the following topics: - Didactics of philosophy in Slovenia - Development of Philosophy for children. - Supervision of future teachers of philosophy. Gallery
Professor Violetta Kopinska, from the Nicolaus Copernicus University's Institute of Education Sciences was hosted by our Faculty's Department of Pedagogy October 17-21, as a guest lecturer within the framework of the ERASMUS+ Staff Mobility for Teaching program. Prof. Kopinska gave lectures as part of the courses in Family Pedagogy and Introduction to Civic Education. She also discussed other academic issues and future collaboration options with professors Anita Mandarić Vukušić and Maja Ljubetić. 
As part of the Erasmus+ KA1 Program, professors from the University of Silesia in Katowice visited the University of Split and our Faculty October 21, 2022. In order to intensify cooperation, professors Robert Bońkowski, Mirosłava Michalska-Suchanek and Urszula Michalik met with our Faculty dean for business and finances Vedran Barbarić and Jagoda Granić, head of the Center for Croatian Studies Abroad. The aim of this meeting was to discuss ways of broadening the existing cooperation within the Erasmus+ Program, with the goal to increase the mobility of students and professors. In addition, there was also discussion of possible collaboration on joint projects and study programs, increasing internationalization of both our institutions, and also implementation of the Polish language program as a second/foreign language at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Split.
Within the SHOUT project (No 612364-EPP-1-2019-1-LT-EPPKA2-KA), we are happy to announce our final conference: SUSTAINING SUSTAINABILITY    Join us in Vilnius or online on the 7th of October! We will look at sustainability from the perspective of the social sciences and humanities. Factors related to biology or physical circumstances alone cannot explain the complex global challenges we face today - the role of humans is also crucial. Let us consider how the social sciences and humanities can contribute to solving global problems, and how can each of us understand our role? If you work in the business sector, in a university or a non-governmental institution and are interested in sustainability and its application in real life, join us - let's talk about the future, solutions and opportunities together. Students are also welcome! You can consult the programme of the event here . We look forward to welcoming you to the Faculty of Philosophy, Universiteto Street 9, Room 201. For those who cannot join us live, the conference will be streamed online. To receive the streaming link, please register here: . Registration is open until 2 October. For more information, follow our event on Facebook .    
Paola Miletić is the first student of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences to take part in an exchange training program at the  Istituto San Leone Magno  (Cambridge Institute in Rome), which is our Faculty's  international partner job shadowing unit. Ms. Miletić said the three-month long training experience was exceptionally positive:  "The teacher training program proved to be an extremely useful and valuable experience which gave me direct insight into teaching English. In just three months, I had the opportunity to learn a lot, improve my skills and gain the self-confidence necessary for quality teaching. On this occasion, I would like to thank the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, especially the Faculty management, for partnering with such an institution and providing us students with this incredible opportunity to grow professionally. I am also greatly thankful to my mentors who helped me along every step of the way. I believe that the Faculty's partnership with the San Leone Magno Institute is this Faculty's incredible asset and I highly recommend this training program to all students who want to acquire new knowledge, skills and invest in their professional future." Photo gallery
Visiting professor Monika Kopytowska, Ph.D. (University of Lodz) will deliver the following lectures on June 2, 2022 as part of the Erasmus + KA1 program: Religion, language, and society interface from the perspective of MPA (8 a.m., P7) Populism, social media and (mediated) social reality (9 a.m., P7) Guest lectures are part of the regular classes of Jagoda Granić, Ph.D., Associate Professor from the course Sociolinguistics at the Department of Croatian Language and Literature.
At the invitation of the Embassy of the Republic of Chile in Croatia and the Honorary Consul of the Republic of Chile in Split Mr. Juroslav Buljubašić, students of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Split participated in the celebration of two major anniversaries - thirty years since the establishment of diplomatic and cultural relations (1992-2022), and, delayed by the pandemic, celebration of  the five hundredth anniversary of the discovery of the Strait of Magellan (1521-2021). The rich program of the celebration was created by students of the Department of Croatian Studies and foreign students of the Center for Croatian Studies Abroad. Along with the occasional program, foreign students presented a Croatian translation of the book 1520. Stories from the Magellan Strait  by Chilean academic of Croatian origin Patricia Štambuk Mayorga (published by Naklada Bošković, 2022, translated by Mirjana Polić Bobić, edited by Josip Lasić), while Croatian students successfully competed in the preparation of Chilean empanadas. With the musical accompaniment of Daniel Guisande and the performance of traditional Chilean songs, Split's domestic and foreign students from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences contributed to two major anniversaries and thus further strengthened the long tradition of good ties between Chile and Croatia.
As part of the Erasmus + KA107 project, on May 16, 2022, the colleagues from Sapir Academic College from Israel: Ruth Eitan, Ph.D., Ori Lev, Ph.D., Merav Moshe Grodofsky, Ph.D. and Erez Tzfadia, Ph.D. visited the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. At the working meeting, they discussed with the teachers of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences about Elaborate of the new interdisciplinary graduate study program in English  "Democracy and Resilience in Modern Society" and further cooperation. On May 17, 2022, there will also be a documentary screening of "The Ancestral Sin" ( Israel, 2017, 109 min) on the ground floor of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences starting at 5:30 p.m. Photo gallery
On May 6, 2022, the Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Gloria Vickov, Ph.D., Associate professor, received professor Jung Ho Kim from INSA University, Republic of Korea as a part of a working visit. The visit was organized in cooperation with the Center for Comparative and Korean Studies, as part of professor Kim's European tour. They talked about the internationalization of the program and the concretization of future cooperation within the study programs offered by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, and announced the signing of a cooperation agreement. Photo gallery .
On Friday, May 6, 2022 Psychology students - members of the Association of Psychology Students (VSPA, Vereniging van Studenten in de Psychologie), University of Amsterdam, visited our Department of Psychology. On that occasion, two lectures in English were organized for our guests: Aleksandar Jakir, Ph.D., Full Professor from the Department of History held a lecture entitled  What happened here: Genesis of conflicts in ex-Yugoslavia and Serbian aggression on Croatian territory "  and Vesna Antičević, Ph.D., Associate Professor from the Department of Health Studies, University of Split held a lecture entitled  "War related trauma and PTSD: A psychologist's first hand experience" See photos from the lecture here: What happened her e
Although Ukraine isn’t a member country of the Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies – CEEPUS (, during the meeting on 9 March 2022 Senior Officials of the member countries decided unanimously to enable the participation of Ukrainian academics (students and teachers), using leftover scholarship months and funds from the current academic year. Students of all study levels and teaching staff, with Ukrainian citizenship can apply. More information here . 
A delegation from the University of Gdańsk (Poland) visited the Department of German Language and Literature of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Split. On Tuesday, March 15, 2022. professor Miłosława Borzyszkowska-Szewczyk, Ph.D., held a lecture titled Literarische Sinnbildungen und Dialoge: Das Bild von Danzig / Gdańsk im Lebenswerk von Günter Grass, and Marta Turkey, Ph.D. held a lecture titled Sprachliche Kulinaristik on March 18, 2022. The University of Gdańsk and the University of Split are linked by the European University of the Sea (SEA-EU) project. The exchange will soon be followed by a visit of a delegation from the Department of German Language and Literature to the University of Gdańsk.
The Government of the French Republic has announced a competition for the following categories of scholarships (all scientific fields): a) Scholarships lasting nine (9) months for one-year graduate or postgraduate study in all scientific fields b) Scholarships for graduate or postgraduate professional training lasting one (1) month. The application deadline is April 15, 2022. All about the conditions and how to apply you can find on the link.
The US Embassy's competitions for the Fulbright Foreign Student and Visiting Scholar programs for the 2023./2024. academic year are open. All information and application forms can be found at or at the following links: Fulbright Foreign Student Program (Pre-Doctoral) Applications - May 30, 2022 : doctoral/ Applications for the Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program (Post-Doctoral) - application deadline September 1, 2022 : doctoral/ For any additional questions about the program, interested students and professors may contact:
Center international de formation européenne (CIFE) from Nice, France invites all interested students to apply for the summer schools to be held this year in Ohrid, Tbilisi, Bucharest and Prague: Balkans Summer University   Location : Ohrid (North Macedonia) Topic :    Environmental Protection: Practical or Virtual answers Date : 4 to 10 July 2022 Working language : English ECTS credits: 4.5 Black Sea University Location : Tbilisi (Georgia) Topic :  Democracy and Black Sea Region Date : 14 to 20 July 2022 Working language : English ECTS credits: 4.5 Summer University in Romania Location : Bucharest (Romania) Topic :  L'Europe en tant que communauté de droit  Date : 25 to 31 July 2022 Working language : French ECTS credits: 4.5   Summer School in Prague Location : Prague (Czech Republic) Topic :  The Role of Small States in the EU Date : 18 to 23 September 2022  Working language : English ECTS credits: 4.5 More information on the official site of  CIFE :  
The University of Braganca (Portugal) has announced its BIP program offer for the summer semester of the academic year 2021/2022:  - Accessible Audiovisual Translation (5 ECTS credits)  - Challenge Based Innovation (6 ECTS credits)  - Circular Bioeconomy (6 ECTS credits)  - Cybersecurity (6 ECTS credits)  - Emotional Education (6 ECTS credits)  - Integrated Multimedia Project (5 ECTS credits)  - Nature Conservation and Artificial Intelligence (6 ECTS credits) Important: To cover travel and living expenses during the mobility, students can receive an Erasmus+ scholarship for short-term mobilities based on the constantly opened applications of the University of Split.
  The Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Croatia and the Agency for Mobility and Programs of the European Union, in cooperation with the British Scholarship Trust, invite you to apply for a scholarship for scientific research at British universities for one (1) to three (3) months during the academic year 2022/2023. Scholarships are intended for candidates enrolled in graduate and postgraduate studies, who will not turn 30 by October 1, 2021. More about the competition at the link:  
On 5th November 2021, a delegation from the Cambridge Institute San Leone Magno in Rome, with whom the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences has signed a cooperation agreement, visited the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. The delegation consisted of the Director of the Institute, Fr. Roberto Moraglia, the Head of Curricula and Foreign Language Learning Programs, Prof. Alessandra Spagna, and Ana Plavša, PhD. They were greeted by the Dean of the Faculty, Associate Professor Gloria Vickov, PhD, and the Vice-Dean for Science and International Cooperation, Associate Professor Antonela Marić, PhD. The delegation also met with other representatives and teachers at the Faculty. At a meeting with student representatives, which was organized with the aim of exchanging experiences and gaining a better insight into the possibility of internships conducted across an international teaching base, the possibility of longer and shorter internships was especially emphasized, as well as the possibility of getting to know European aspects of learning and teaching. Students will have the opportunity to receive an Erasmus+ scholarship for the purpose of professional practice for a period of 6 to 12 months, while World of Work Experience Erasmus+ scholarships for professional practice in an international teaching base last up to 2 months.