Zagreb, Croatia

EU Climate Change Law

when 1 July 2024 - 12 July 2024
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 4 EC
fee EUR 600

Experience life in Zagreb with an immersive study holiday.

Dear students, we are thrilled to announce an exciting new summer school at the Faculty of Law in Zagreb, dedicated this year to EU Climate Change Law. This brand-new program takes place fully in Zagreb and is tailor-made for students of law, political sciences, and environmental sciences interested in climate change regulation. Take the opportunity to study with fellow students from around the world at a course taught by top-notch academics in beautiful Zagreb and explore Croatia! Our Summer School will take place from July 1st, 2024, until July 12th, 2024.

Course leader

Melita Carević

Target group

Students The Zagreb Law Summer School - EU Climate Change Law is designed for:

Undergraduate and graduate students of law, political sciences, and environmental sciences
Individuals interested in deepening their understanding of climate change regulation within the European Union
Students seeking an immersive study experience in the vibrant city of Zagreb
International students looking to engage with a diverse cohort of peers from around the world
Individuals eager to explore Croatian culture and society while advancing their academic pursuits

Course aim

The aim of the Zagreb Law Summer School - EU Climate Change Law is to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the legal framework surrounding climate change within the European Union. By focusing on EU Climate Change Law, the course aims to:

Familiarize students with key concepts, principles, and regulations related to climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Explore the intersection of law, policy, and environmental science in addressing climate change challenges.
Analyze the role of legal mechanisms in promoting sustainability, resilience, and climate justice within the EU context.
Equip participants with the necessary skills to critically evaluate and engage with legal instruments and policy initiatives aimed at combating climate change.
Foster interdisciplinary collaboration and knowledge exchange among students, academics, and practitioners in the field of environmental law and policy.
Inspire participants to become proactive agents of change in addressing climate change issues within their respective academic and professional spheres.
Through a combination of lectures, discussions, case studies, and practical exercises, the course seeks to empower students with the knowledge, skills, and perspectives needed to navigate the complex landscape of EU Climate Change Law effectively.

Credits info

4 EC
The Zagreb Law Summer School - EU Climate Change Law offers participants the opportunity to earn academic credits. Upon successful completion of the program, participants will receive:

4 ECTS credits, equivalent to one full course module at many universities.
A Certificate of Completion, recognizing their engagement and achievement in the program.
These credits can typically be transferred to participants' home institutions or may count towards their academic transcript, subject to the policies of their respective universities or academic programs.

For further details on credit transfer or academic recognition, participants are encouraged to consult with their academic advisors or relevant administrative offices.

For inquiries or to apply, please contact us at

Fee info

EUR 600: The program fee for the Zagreb Law Summer School - EU Climate Change Law is 600.00 EUR.

This fee covers:

Administrative expenses
Tuition fees
Wireless internet access on campus
Coffee and snacks during breaks
Welcome dinner and farewell lunch
Social and cultural events (such as sightseeing tours, pub quizzes, etc.)
Study visits
Welcome pack
Please note that meals not specified above and accommodation costs are not included in the program fee. We recommend booking accommodation at student dormitories, which costs approximately 12 EUR per night.

For further details on payment methods and deadlines, or to inquire about financial assistance options, please contact us at


The Zagreb Law Summer School - EU Climate Change Law offers a limited number of scholarships to eligible participants. Scholarships may cover partial or full tuition fees, depending on the applicant's financial need and academic merit.