Visas & insurance

Your trip to Croatia doesn’t have to mean visa headaches. In most of the cases all you need is a valid passport. And if you’re an EU or US citizen, you can also use your national ID card.

If students require a visa to enter Croatia, they are required to pay the total tuition fee in order to acquire necessary documentation. In case their visa is denied for any reason Algebra will return the payment after charging 10% of administrative costs. Postage costs are also incurred by applicants.

For details whether or not you’re required to obtain visa to enter Croatia, please refer to the web page of Croatian’s Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs: 

All international students are required to have health & travel insurance from their home country prior to their arrival in Croatia. This type of insurance has to be valid in case any health services will need to be used while staying in Croatia. For students coming from the EU countries their EU health insurance card is valid under the stated terms & conditions.

Any questions and support that students may need prior to arriving and during their stay can be directed to

Legalize your stay

Students arriving to Croatia must register the address they are staying at within 2 days after the arrival. To do this, students usually go together to the police station either with the landlord or a person from Algebra University College international office.

Check out our facilities, learn about student welfare and find out all the details about your travel and transportation. Read our English language level requirements and visa guides.