The OMI is pleased to announce the renewal of the partnership with the University of Zagreb, School of Medicine.
The University of Zagreb was established in 1669. It is the largest and oldest continuously operating academic institution in Croatia and South-Eastern Europe. It consists of 30 faculties, three art academies, and over 70,000 full-time undergraduate and postgraduate students. The Faculty of Medicine was established in 1918 and is one of the best among all medical schools in Croatia. It is also the oldest and largest of the four medical schools in Croatia. The School of Medicine in Zagreb has been attracting students from around the world for decades, providing more than 700 foreign students with their medical degrees.
Zagreb is the capital and the largest city of the Republic of Croatia. It is in the northwest of the country and is an important, popular travel destination. Since the end of the war, it has attracted close to one million visitors annually, mainly from Austria, Germany, and Italy.
More than 800 Croatian fellowships and 78 observerships have taken place until now.
The renewed agreement allows the University of Zagreb, School of Medicine to nominate ten qualified physicians per year to participate in the OMI seminars. In addition, an OMI satellite symposium or OMI visiting professorship will be held annually at the University of Zagreb, School of Medicine.
For a successful cooperation, two people have been nominated to support the Open Medical Institute in Zagreb. Dr. Gloria Leksic is the new local coordinator and will be promoting the OMI program by visiting other medical institutions in Croatia. Jasna Turkovic, who has plenty of experience with international correspondence and is well acquainted with the administrative facilities of the Medical School, will assist Dr. Leksic with her administrative skills and concentrate on promoting the OMI within the University of Zagreb.
The OMI is looking forward to continuing this successful cooperation!