On Tuesday, 3 March 2015, the Erasmus+ Informative Day was held on the occasion of opening of the call for applications for the Erasmus+ student mobility. A lecture on student mobility opportunities via the Erasmus + programme was held by Marija Džaja Sikirić from the International Relations Office. The present students also had the opportunity to hear experirnces from a few students who had spent the previous semester at one of the universities abroad.
As a part of the informative programme, a series of lectures dedicated to the Czech Republic was held . The lectures were held by Adéla Koláčková and Jitka Kovařčíková, incoming students from the University of Mendel in Brno, Nikolett Novak-Arnold, an apprentice at the Office for International Relations, and Vinka Skorić, a member of the students' association the ESN Zadar, who represented the Masaryk University where she had spent a semester.
The University's students attended the lectures in great number, and listened to their colleagues' experiences with interest, asking numerous questions. Every year, there is an increase in applications for the Erasmus + programme, and in the current year alone there are more than 50 students participating in the Erasmus+ mobility programme. This year's application for the Erasmus + mobility programme, for the purposes of a study visit, is open until 25 March 2015.
After the lectures, useful workshops entitled "How to apply for Erasmus" were held in organisation of the students' association ESN Zadar. The members of the ESN Zadar are former Erasmus+ students wwho promote the Erasmus+ programme through their work among the University's students, and help foreign students to study at the Univeristy of Zadar through the mobility programme. The University of Zadar is the host to a growing number of foreign students every year, who come to Zadar through the Erasmus+ programme.