By Angela Madjer, a Chicago Gal and RIT Croatia alumna
Emily Arnold moved from a small town in Wisconsin, USA to complete her undergraduate degree in Zagreb, Croatia and has been enjoying her time. Emily is currently a Senior at RIT Croatia in Zagreb and completed her co-op at the United States Embassy in Zagreb.
At RIT Croatia, each student most complete a total of 800 hours of a co-op in respect to what major they are pursuing. Watch the video below and find out what Emily had to say about her time at the U.S Embassy in Zagreb, what it means to gain experience prior to graduating, and of course what’s it like to live in Zagreb, Croatia:
Find out more about Emily’s experience here
About RIT Croatia
RIT Croatia (formerly known as ACMT) has been delivering top American degree programs in Croatia since 1997. With its two campuses, in Dubrovnik and Zagreb, this is the only US college in the country and it is the only institution for higher education granting two diplomas to its students – an American diploma, awarded by RIT, and a Croatian diploma, awarded by RIT Croatia. RIT Croatia graduates work all over the world – from the EU countries to Australia and the US, but also exotic locations such as Curacao. International students come from all over the world but most of them come from the U.S. Some come from the main campus from Rochester, but a lot of Americans come from Croatian Diaspora communities in cities such as San Jose, San Pedro, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, New York, Toronto, Mississauga, Cleveland, and many more. For more information, contact [email protected]
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