Faculty of Economics in Split
With its long history dating from 1971, Faculty of Economics, University of Split is the largest Faculty of Economics in Dalmatia and the second largest one in Croatia. With impressive building opened in 2002, our Faculty became one of the most beautiful, most modern and best equipped knowledge temples in the country.
The beauty, functionality and grace of this white and blue edifice spreading on six levels, is just stunning. With state of the art classrooms, info labs, amphitheaters and offices, within Faculty there is also a restaurant, coffee bars, tobacco shop, book shop, etc.
The library spreads on over 1,000 m² and offers more that 30,000 publications.
The building is completely equipped with the latest technical equipment, and it can meet even the most demanding requirements for the organization of business and social gatherings and it is often rented as an outsourced venue for many events.
Directions to the Faculty:
- When approaching from any direction, follow the traffic signs for ferry, train station, bus station and hospital. The signs will lead you to one of the main roads in the City of Split called "Poljička cesta".
- When you enter "Poljička cesta", drive straight ahead.
- Turn right at the second street light into the street „Velebitska ulica“.
- At the first next street light turn left into the street „Ulica Matice hrvatske“.
- At the first next street light turn right into the street called “Cvite Fiskovića”
- The Faculty of Economics will be at the top of that road.
Split train station is right in the city center; a few minutes walk from the port and from the old town. The train station is rather basic, because train travel is not much used to Split. Trains run between Split and Zagreb. Timetables can be found from Croatian Railways website
From the train terminal there is a short walk to the local bus station where you can catch a bus to the Faculty of Economics (bus numbers 18 or 11).
The main bus station is located right in the city center, just a few minutes walk from the port and from the old town. From the main bus station there is a short walk to the local bus station where you can catch a bus to the Faculty of Economics (bus numbers 18 or 11).
BY FERRY / BOAT
Ferries run three times a week across the Adriatic to and from Ancona and Pescara (Italy). There is also a large ferry that runs twice a week up and down the coast between Dubrovnik and Rijeka, stopping off at a couple of islands along the way.