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Vinkovci Technical College of Adult Education

 

Vinkovci Technical College of Adult Education

Vinkovci Technical College of Adult Education
Tehničko učilište Vinkovci-ustanova za obrazovanje odraslih
Established 2002[1]
Type adult education
Principal Ante Gale[2]
Location Vinkovci, Vukovar, Ilok, Vukovar-Syrmia County,  Croatia
Campus urban
Colours Yellow, Blue
         
Website Official site

Vinkovci Technical College of Adult Education (Croatian: Tehničko učilište Vinkovci-ustanova za obrazovanje odraslih) is adult education institution based in Vinkovci, Croatia. Institution offer courses in primary, secondary, vocational and programs of information technology education. Institution have two additional campuses in Vukovar and Ilok.[3] In its work, institution collaborates with local Croatian Employment Service through their public tenders.[4]

Contents

  • Partner institutions 1
  • See also 2
  • External links 3
  • References 4

Partner institutions

See also

External links

  • Official website (Croatian)

References

  1. ^ https://sudreg.pravosudje.hr/registar/f?p=150:28:3811479456287735::NO:28:P28_SBT_MBS:030072769
  2. ^ https://sudreg.pravosudje.hr/registar/f?p=150:28:3811479456287735::NO:28:P28_SBT_MBS:030072769
  3. ^ https://sudreg.pravosudje.hr/registar/f?p=150:28:3811479456287735::NO:28:P28_SBT_MBS:030072769
  4. ^ http://www.hzz.hr/docslike/ugovorivu20110407.pdf
  5. ^ http://www.uciliste.net/105-novosti/230-algebra-partner

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