Study in Dublin
Two campuses, two diplomas, one unique experience in the European Silicon Valley.
If you are a computer programming or multimedia student, you can opt-in for this exciting opportunity. Study at Algebra for the first two years and take a final year at Griffith College in Dublin, and graduate with two bachelor degrees.
Based on strategic cooperation agreement between Algebra University College and Griffith College Dublin, we enabled our present and future computer engineering and multimedia students to make use of student mobility and study at two locations with the possibility of obtaining Croatian and Irish undergraduate diplomas in the field of computer engineering. This is a way of studying that implements all benefits of the Bologna process through student mobility which is very widespread abroad.
Students who decide to use this option when enrolling, complete their first two years of study at the Algebra University College Zagreb campus, while the entire third year of study will be spent through student mobility at the Griffith College campus in Dublin, where they will also prepare their final project with the support of Croatian and Irish mentors. Depending on their chosen sub-specialization, students who decide to obtain two diplomas will, during their study in Zagreb, attend and take additional courses and after returning from Ireland they will be taking their final exam in order to meet all requirements necessary for obtaining a diploma of the Algebra University College.
Through such cross-border cooperation, young people will have the opportunity to gain valuable multicultural experience in Dublin, the European “Silicon Valley”.
How to enroll?
Future students interested in obtaining two bachelor diplomas in the field of computer engineering are able to enroll in study programs carried out by the Algebra University College.
Griffith College established in 1974 and is Ireland's largest independent 3rd level institution with locations in Dublin, Cork and Limerick.
European Silicon Valley
The technology sector in Ireland employs over 105,000 people with 75% employed in multinational companies.
How to Obtain Two Diplomas?
A list of conditions for acquiring an Algebra University College and Griffith College Dublin diploma.
What to do after studying?
Ireland’s software and ICT services amount to 72 billion euros per annum, which makes the country one of the largest technology exporters in the world and attracts the world’s best IT professionals.
Why is Algebra a safe choice for your future?
Here you will learn all about information technologies and prepare for a career that is constantly in demand. We offer you a platform for personal growth that makes you a prime target for employers.
We refuse to stand still in a rapidly changing world. Our programs stay relevant and keep up with modern trends.
We take pride in numerous accolades and our title of The best professional study program in Croatia and constantly strive to justify that trust. We do not take our task lightly, knowing that your future depends on it.