The Faculty moved to its current location in 2002, when a new building was completed. Four years later, in 2006, an annex building was built with which the spatial infrastructure of the Faculty was finalized, thus laying the foundations for a wide range of activities that the Faculty is developing today.
The building is an original work of the renowned architect Dinko Kovačić, who has received numerous professional awards and recognitions and it represents one of the most significant examples of modern architecture in the area of Split.
The Faculty’s total space of 4,488 m2 covers a variety of areas for research and teaching activities. Among others, the building contains:
- three large amphitheatres
- four computer labs
- four convention rooms
- student co-working spaces
- numerous smaller classrooms
All the classrooms are equipped with computers and LCD projectors, while the amphitheaters are equipped with multimedia equipment and a reserved space for simultaneous translation.
Within the premises of Faculty, students have at their disposal a student restaurant with a cafeteria, newsstand, caffe bar, a library which includes space for the individual (quiet) work of students and a co-working space for group work, rooms for student associations, and an EU documentation center (Europa Direct). All rooms at the Faculty have a wireless network (Wi-Fi) connection and access to academic Internet network EDUROAM.
The Faculty infrastructure is also tailored to suit students with physical disabilities.