International cooperation

International cooperation represents an extremely important development component of the Faculty, which significantly contributes to its recognizability at the national and international level and the overall increase of competencies in teaching and scientific research.

These goals are realized through various bilateral and multilateral activities, and especially through cooperation with related scientific and educational institutions in Europe and beyond, participation in international projects and programs, encouraging international mobility of teachers, associates and students, and membership in international associations.

Given that the strategic development of our institution is largely based on internationalization, The Faculty encourages the implementation of existing international activities and creates conditions for the establishment of new forms of cooperation.


The faculty is one of the founders of the South East European Law School Network (SEELS), which primarily serves as a platform for multilateral project cooperation with related institutions from Croatia and the wider region.


The Erasmus + programme is a new European Union programme for education, training, youth and sport for the period 2014-2020, which aims to strengthen the knowledge, skills and employability of European citizens and to improve education, training and work in the field of youth and sport.