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Education of members of national minorities

Six kindergartens, four elementary schools and one secondary school exist in Rijeka where lessons are held in Italian as the language of the Italian national minority. In addition, in some schools Czech, Macedonian, Albanian and Slovenian languages and culture are also fostered.

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Youth Home

The Youth Home is a Rijeka based institution, which key activity consists of organising free time of elementary and secondary school pupils.

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Kindergartens

The City of Rijeka is the founder and owner of the institution Dječji vrtić "Rijeka", but it also co-finances the activity of other kindergartens and preschool education programmes in the territory of Rijeka.

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Secondary schools

There are 21 secondary schools and 4 pupils’ hostels in Rijeka. The founder of the majority of secondary schools in Rijeka is the Primorje – Gorski Kotar County.

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Higher education

High education can be acquired in Rijeka studying at University, University studies, Polytechnic or College.

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Adult education

Adaptations to the labour market through additional training and retraining increase citizens’ employability and have potential to reduce unemployment.

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Courses

There are many foreign languages schools and schools of informatics that operate in Rijeka.

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Scholarships

The City of Rijeka awards scholarships to pupils and students according to several criteria: talent, social status, occupations in short supply. The City of Rijeka and the University in cooperation approve favourable interest rates on student loans.

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Promoting talent

Through various programmes. the City of Rijeka for many years already has been supporting and encouraging the progress of gifted pupils and young people who are a creative potential of the city of Rijeka.

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Education of children with developmental disabilities

Throughout the education system recreational and therapeutic programmes are provided for children and young people with developmental disabilities, from kindergartens through elementary and secondary schools to counselling and assistance services organised by the University.

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