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The RRiF College of Financial Management is located on three floors of the ‘Little Vatican’ since 2006. As one of the members of the RRiF group, it’s focused on the education of economists in the field of management and consulting of businesses and nonprofit subjects.

RRiF offers students an undergraduate program in Accounting and Finance for the duration of three years, and a specialised masters program in Corporate Finance of two years, as well as other programs and benefits including a well-equipped library with professional literature. The priority of RRiF is directing its study program in accordance with the needs of the Croatian economy and the profile of experts needed for its progress, along with their individual growth and development.

 
 
 
 

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