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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 :


CEEPUS GUEST LECTURER: Professor Lenka Naldoniová from the University of Ostrava

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.
She delivered a lecture on Philosophy for Children: Lipman, Vygotsky, Rodari, which was integrated into the Argumentation and Philosophy of Language course (offered by the Teaching Department) and also as part of the Research Centre "Berislav Žarnić".  Furthermore, she addressed "Machiavelli and Machiavellianism" as part of the Introduction to Logic of Social Sciences course offered by the Department of Sociology. Other lectures were hosted by the Philosophy Department and within various courses, including Philosophy of History, Modern Philosophy II, and Practicum and Teaching Practice. The titles of these lectures were:"Science and Irrationality in the V. I. Vernadsky's work:
Biosphere and Noosphere", Philosophy of Love in V. I. Solovyov "Dostoevsky, Solovyov and Masaryk in the context of Russian philosophy" and "Cosmic Philosophy of K. E. Tsiolkovsky."
Additionally, Professor Lenka has provided links to further readings for students interested in exploring the topics covered in her lectures. These include articles written in English, with specific links as follows:
Philosophy for Children
Article on V. I. Vernadsky's work
Interpretation of love in V. Solovyov



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