The Zagreb School of Economics and Management (ZSEM) is a private business school in Croatia, located in the capital city of Zagreb. It was founded in 2002 and has quickly become one of the leading business schools in the country.
ZSEM offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs in business, management, economics, and entrepreneurship. Its MBA program is particularly popular, with a duration of one year and a cost of around 22,500 euros. GMAT is not required for admission, but applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree and have at least three years of work experience.
The student body at ZSEM is diverse, with students from more than 60 countries. Approximately 20% of students are international, and the school has a strong focus on promoting diversity and inclusion. The average work experience of MBA students is around 7 years.
ZSEM has received numerous accreditations, including from AACSB International, EFMD Quality Improvement System, and AMBA. The language of instruction is primarily English, although some courses may be offered in Croatian.
The faculty at ZSEM is made up of both local and international professors with extensive academic and industry experience. The tuition fees vary depending on the program and degree level, but generally range from 6,000 to 12,000 euros per year.
The curriculum at ZSEM emphasizes practical learning and real-world experiences, with opportunities for internships, study abroad, and other experiential learning opportunities. The school has a strong reputation for producing graduates who are well-prepared for careers in business and management.
ZSEM alumni have gone on to successful careers in a variety of fields, including finance, consulting, marketing, and entrepreneurship. The school has strong ties to the business community in Croatia and beyond, and many graduates go on to work for top companies and organizations in the region.
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Zagreb School of Economics and Management provides possibilities that are far greater than pure economics and business knowledge: excellent communication and interaction among students and professors, student associations and clubs, job fairs, conferences and lectures, trips all over Croatia, companies visit and of course parties organized by present students and alumni. Furthermore, Zagreb School of Economics and Management is first ever Croatian business school to receive the AACSB accreditation. For me the strongest point about Zagreb School of Economics and Management is the fact that it has developed international network of partner institutions, with more than 100 partner universities spreading out every continent. I spent two semesters at Plekhanov University and Higher School of Economics in Moscow and had such beautiful experiences during that time. To sum up, studying at Zagreb School of Economics and Management was an unforgettable experience for me and I’d reccommend it to everyone. Not to mention that you’ll visit one of the beautiest countries in the world.