The Office for Disabled Students at the University of Zagreb (www.unizg.hr/uredssi) is a reference center for candidates and students with disabilities providing information in the Office premises and other facilities of the University, by telephone, e-mail, web site and printed material. The Office and support for the students at the University of Zagreb in the form of the coordinator for SSI are intended for all students with illnesses, visual and hearing impairments, motor disorders, chronic illnesses, mental disorders and illnesses, specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, ADHD as well as other health conditions and difficulties that may affect the course of the study.
Who can help you during your studies?
For assistance and questions that may arise during the study, you can contact the coordinator for students with disabilities at the Faculty, the Vice Dean for academic and student affairs at the Faculty and the Office for Disabled Students at the University of Zagreb.
What is the role of the coordinator for students with disabilities at the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences?
It is the link between disabled students and teachers and administrative staff on each component and the Office for Disabled Students at the University of Zagreb. The coordinator is also a contact person at the Faculty whom students can contact in order to exercise their rights related to the adjustment of classes and exams, as well as other issues related to the rights of students with disabilities.
The coordinator for students with disabilities:
Assoc. prof. Marko Periša
ZUK Borongaj, Object 71, Room 14, Borongajska cesta 83a
+385 1 245 7914
Vice Dean for Academic and Student Affairs
Assoc. prof. Ivan Grgurević
Vukeliceva 4, Main building, Room 1.12
+385 1 238 0353
Student administration office
Head of Students Service Affairs
Maja Ferina, prof.
Vukelićeva 4, Main building, Ground floor
+385 1 238 0202
University of Zagreb
The Office for Disabled Students
Trg Republike 14, 10000 Zagreb
+385 1 4564 210
8 – 16
Arrival to the Office must be pre-announced by phone or e-mail.