Our journey began in 2012 when we were accepted as a member section of ESN Croatia at the National Platform in Zadar, followed by receiving the official certificate of membership at AGM Maribor 2013. 

Currently, the section counts around 70 members. Every candidate member has to hand in a CV and fill in an Application Form which the Local Board later reviews and calls candidates for an interview. The decision of accepting or declining candidates is in hand of HR Manager and Local Board members. After new members have been accepted, they experience a team building event called Integration Day where they learn about how ESN is structured, from the local to the national and international levels.








Our Local Board, is divided in two parts: Presidency, which consists of the President, Vice-President and the Secretary, and Local Managers - PR, HR and Grants Manager. Also twe have Local coordinators board, which consists of Mov’in Europe, SocialErasmus, ExchangeAbility, ICE, Sports, Travel, Party coordinators and webmaster.

Local Board of ESN Split in the academic year 2017./2018.:

President: Josip Radić

Vice-President: Marko Jukić

Treasurer: Mario Kliškinić

PR Manager: Tanja Gušavac

HR Manager: Božo Domazet

Grants Manager: Iva Jurjev

Local Coordinators of ESN Split in the academic year 2017./2018.:

SocialErasmus Coordinator: Anela Šabić

ExchangeAbility Coordinator: Ivan Rubić

Mov’in Europe Coordinator: Angela Čelar

Responsible Party & Party Coordinator: Mario Batinović

ICE Coordinator: Ivona Brtan

Travel Coordinator: Ivan Ramljak

Sport Coordinator: Duje Radovčić

Webmaster: Miljenko Dujić


We are organizing many creative events and they are always packed.

Our section loves implementing them ESN project so we usually make cooperation between teams to make them even more interesting! For example, we organized Pub Crawl with ExchangeAbility activities – 4 teams, 4 bars, 4 games and 4 blindfolded captains… Doesn’t it sound so interesting? We always tend to find different ways of promoting each project and sometimes our solutions seem a bit twisted, but they are just genius.

This year we successfully organized SocialErasmus Week, ExchangeAbility Week and many Mov’in Europe events, Parties, Cultural and educational events, Sport event etc.

We are very proud of 3 funded project we had throughout last year and that’s also the why we fund our section and all the activities. Part of the funds is also provided by selling ESNcards.


Our members are always present at national and international events, and we hope to serve as the Organising Committee of an international event in the near future.

We take pride in how close we are to our Erasmus students – they are our best friends, our family!

To conclude the story…

There’s only one way to describe our sections current situation – we may be #pomalo but we are going places!