Important updates for spring semester 2021/2022 (for exchange students)

Dear students,
the department course schedule is available at the following link:

Please note that the seminar in Narrative DissemiNation of the Land of Oz is not available for exchange students this semester.

Please note a new seminar available from our Scandinavian section (held in English), more info here:

Any changes to the course catalogue will be updated here, so please check back regularly in the coming days. The circumstances are still not back to normal, so there may be additional last minute changes. Thank you for your understanding.

Make sure to confirm any changes to your LA with your home university!

English Department ECTS & Erasmus Office
Marina Grubisic, coordinator


Zagreb, Feb 28, 2022

English Department ECTS & Erasmus Office
Marina Grubisic, coordinator
Office hours: online by appointment (Skype, Zoom, Tau)
E-mail: mobilnost-angl[at]ffzg[dot]hr
Address: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Ivana Lucica 3,
10000 Zagreb, Croatia


Course schedule UNDERGRADUATE and GRADUATE PROGRAMME – summer semester 2021/22

Summer Semester



Literature and culture: course schedule-summer semester:

Linguistics: course schedule-summer semester:

TEFL: course schedule-summer semester:

Translation: course schedule-summer semester:



ERASMUS Agreement for Incoming (Guest) Students of the English Department



Foreign students who wish to attend the courses at the English Department, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb can find all relevant information on the website of the Humanities Faculty, under the heading International Cooperation – Student Mobility.
Incoming (guest) students who have come to study at the English Department must contact immediately the Student Exchange coordinator Ms. Ivana Bedeković and the departmental coordinator Dr. Vanja Polić. The students cannot enroll into courses before their Learning Agreements have been validated.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The English Department admits ONLY English studies students.