University of Zagreb

Zagreb, Croatia

Available Courses

Insight into financial money streams & economic processes in the sports industry. Among others, topics covered: sports market structure, economics of leagues & clubs, the labor market, public subsidies for stadia, public funding of bids for mega-events.

Objectives: analysis of macroeconomic environments & markets, selected companies business models, competitive strategies, SWOT & TOWS analyses, identifying key risks, evaluating impact on company goals, determining comprehensive risk management strategy.

The goal is to provide knowledge and help develop skills for human resource management in organizations. Through various topics and case studies, students can develop an understanding of the strategic importance of HR development and management.

The course covers: history of the Balkans, identity of the region & its nations, people & states, contemporary politics & society in SEE. Although the focus  is on politics, broader societal and cultural dimensions are also included. 

The course offers a historical account of the development & understanding of the concept of human rights as a political ideal (with its political concepts and controversies) invoked in different political situations.

Introduction to basic ideas & theories of violence and conflict in humanities and social sciences, especially cultural anthropology & ethnographic research, as well as theoretical perspectives on different forms of violence. 

Routing algorithms in IP networks, static, dynamic and hierarchical routing, routing protocols in IP networks (interior and exterior), serial buses, wireless sensor networks, RFID systems, event- and time-triggered real-time communication protocols.

Topics covered: project definition, project management discipline, project life cycle & organization, project management process groups, planning techniques, financial analysis, software project specifics, project management tools. 

Main Module topic are: History evolution of Ecology; Development, matter and structure of the planet Earth; Global ecology problems; Human influence in atmosphere, pedosphere, lithosphere, hydrosphere and cryosphere; Environmental pollution with chemical substances, biogeochemical cycles of macro elements; Isotopes and nuclear analytical methods and techniques.

Qualification aims: Comprehensive background information on the most important aspects of global ecology problems such as demographic development, urbanization, energy use, global climate change, greenhouse gas emission, national, European and global policy, potential effects of global climate change on agricultural and natural ecosystem.

The concept of regional marketing and its benefits is presented, its success factors in regional food system and food labelling concepts with special emphasis on geographical indications. Students’ seminar on regional marketing and branding.

Set in a multi-cultural setting via cooperation with University of Houston (USA), the course puts a strong emphasis on practical applications regarding variety of cultural situations, challenges and paradigms.

The main goal of the course is the student’s adoption of basic knowledge required for successful interpersonal communication in business environment and efficient figuration of messages in public and written communication.

The course enables students to master the theoretical and practical knowledge related to customer relationship management. The theoretical concepts of marketing and CRM are upgraded with practical skills in the use of ICT tools and technologies.

Students get acquainted with the practice & theory of interest representation and lobbying in the EU and improve their understanding of various factors affecting the patterns of strategic behavior in interest representation.

The course is a combination of theoretical insights into alternative dispute resolution methods & the practical case study exercises as to train students to resolve international commercial disputes in their professional activities.

Analyzing the complex interplay between language and context that enables communication. Topics include: background knowledge, common ground, presuppositions, reference Cooperative Principle, implicatures, politeness, intercultural pragmatics.

The course offers an environment for developing control software, a communication infrastructure, and a library of implemented algorithms; development of software in the ROS environment & their integration into a system for autonomous robot control.

Significance and development of limnology and oceanology. Characteristics of fresh and marine organisms. Energy and productivity. Pollution of fresh and marine waters. Water geology. Water physics (moving, light, transparency, temperature, density). Fresh waters chemistry (dissolved gases and CO2 system, nutrients). Ecology of stagnant waters. Ecology of flowing waters. Specific physical and chemical properties of the sea. General characteristics of the seas and oceans, particularly of the Adriatic. Pelagic and benthic areas. Water physical, chemical and biological analyses. Saprobic system.

Chapters regarding bioenergy production in agriculture and processing industry. The course enables the understanding of basic process of renewable energy sources production in agriculture.

The aim of the course is acquisition of knowledge and skills in modeling complex systems using numerical methods and computer programming that can be applied in any area of basic or applied sciences.

Address
Kompleks Kementerian Pendidikan, Kebudayaan, Riset, dan Teknologi. Gedung D Lantai 18, Jalan Jenderal Sudirman, Pintu Satu, Senayan, Jakarta, Indonesia 10270

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