ERASMUS+, CEEPUS students, students of bilateral programmes of the Ministry of Science and Education and EU students are entitled to a student identity card (X-card) which enables them to have government subsidised student meals at Student restaurants (Croatian - menza) and cafeterias all over Croatia. Non-EU students studying at FEBT as part of an institutional bilateral exchange agreement or as guest students (free-movers) are not entitled to a student X-card.
The price of a subsidized menu meal ranges from 4,6 to 6 HRK (0,63 - 0,82 €/meal) for a three-course meal (soup, main course, salad and dessert). The weekly allowance is 225,40 HRK.
Student X-card is not transferable, i.e. it can be used only by the cardholder. Any abuse will be sanctioned with suspension of the card!
Student meals in the City of Split are organized in 7 restaurants, 4 of which are located at the University Campus Visoka. Locations of student restaurants are as follows:
- Student Dormitories (Campus Visoka)
- FEBT (Campus Visoka) - Working hours, Monday-Friday: 07:30 - 20:00 (lunch-dinner: 12:00-15:00; 17:30-20:00).
- Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture (Campus Visoka)
- Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy (Campus Visoka)
- Restaurant Index (City Centre)
- Student dormitories / hostel (Spinut area)
- Faculty of Medicine
Other restaurants and cafeteria's opening hours info is available here. (in Croatian)
The daily menu is announced here. (in Croatian).
Apart from student restaurants, a wide variety of food outlets is available throughout the city.
University Sports Federation organizes over 15 sporting and recreational events every year, including the International Rowing Regatta Sveti Duje, with the participation of the best university rowing teams in Europe, including the Oxford and Cambridge teams. Contact: email@example.com
For recreational activities organised at FEBT, the contact person is prof. Daša Duplančić at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The University fitness centre available only to students accommodated in university dormitories is situated in the Campus dormitory building. Working days/hours are Monday-Saturday from 9 until 22. The monthly membership fee is 130 HRK.
Public transportation in Split is available through bus service, provided by "Promet d.o.o." company. They operate every day, all day from 5.00 until midnight, with busses running approximately every 15 or 20 minutes on the majority of lines. Tickets can be bought on board (11,00 kn) or at the ticket box-office (9,00 kn). Once onboard ticket must be stamped (an unstamped ticket is as good as no ticket at all).
Students are entitled to a monthly pass with a significant discount. The central ticket office, where monthly passes can be purchased (130 HRK) is located in Sukoišanska street. Student monthly passes are issued at the beginning of every month. When coming to the ticket office for the first time, students should bring a photo (30 x 50 mm), their passport and enrolment certificate (provided at the welcoming event). Further months passes can be bought at the Promet Split d.o.o. stands at some bus stations.
Link to Bus lines and timetables
Public bike-sharing service
Split boasts a wide network of public bike-sharing stations provided by NextBike. It is a fairly economical and environmentally friendly way to get around. Furthermore, with Split having quite a hilly topography, the majority of bikes available for rental are electrical, making biking around easy on your muscles :). There are two bike drop-off stations on the University Campus as well as drop-off points in the near vicinity of off-campus student facilities (Spinut dormitory and Index restaurant).
You can find out more about NextBike in Split here.
All the major global, as well as several national and local taxi service provider companies, are available in Split. Below, we list some of them.
Local/Nationa taxi providers:
International taxi providers:
The official currency of the Republic of Croatia is the Kuna (shortened to “HRK” or “kn”) and it is subdivided into 100 Lipa (shorted to “lp”).
Coins have denominations of 1, 2, 5, 25 Kuna and 5, 10, 20, 50 Lipa. Banknotes come in seven different denominations: 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1,000 Kuna.
The website of the Croatian national bank provides daily updates on the official exchange rate of the Kuna to major foreign currencies:
One of the more reliable providers of weather forecast for the Split area is the Croatian Meteorological and Hydrological Service (DHMZ)
Useful telephone numbers
- Croatian country code: 385
- Split city code: 021
- Croatian exit code: 00
- Unique emergency number (police/ambulance/fire brigade): +385 112
- Croatian Auto Club: +385 1987
- GSM Networks: T-mobile (098, 099), A1 (091, 092) and Telemach (095)
Services working hours
- Shopping centres: Each day from 9.00 until 21.00 (summer time until 22.00)
- Food shops: weekdays and Saturday from 6.00 to 20.00/21.00 (summer time until 22), Sunday from 06.00 to 13.00 (supermarkets to 20/21/22).
- Pharmacies: weekdays from 8.00 to 20:00 and Saturday from 8.00 to 15.00. On Sunday there are 2 pharmacies on duty 24 hours situated in Ulica Josipa Pupačića 4, tel.: +385 21 533-188 and in Sirobuja, supermarket Super Konzum, Ulica kralja Držislava 22, tel.: +385 21 325-504 or pharmacies in Shopping centres.
- Water is drinkable and of a high quality in the public water supply system throughout the country.