Official Language 
The official language of the MIND AND BRAIN V is English. 

Certificate of Attendance, ECST and CME Credits
The participants will get the InterUniversity Centre Course and Conference certificates which may, depenng on the policy of the study programs, be recognized as part of the curricula required for MSc or PhD degrees or bring CME credits. 
For this international course and conference we have requested CME credits from the Croatian Medical Chamber which sponsors continuing medical education for physicians.

Invitation Letter
An official invitation letter from the MIND AND BRAIN V organizers will be provided upon request. It is understood that such an invitation is intended to help potential participant to raise funds or to obtain a visa. This invitation does not imply a commitment to provide any financial support. Request should be sent via e-mail to Selma Supek, Organizing Course and Conference Director at or

Passport and Visa 
A valid passport or some other identification document recognized by international agreement testifying the identity and citizenship of the bearer is required for entry into Croatia. Very few nationalities must have a visa. For specific details, please consult IN TIME the nearest diplomatic mission of the Republic of Croatia or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Croatia at, cfd. 

Personal Insurance 
MIND AND BRAIN V registration fee does not include insurance. Participants are responsible to arrange for appropriate insurance on their own. Health and accident insurance is recommended and has to be purchased in your country of origin. 

The weather in Dubrovnik in September is sunny and very pleasant with an average daytime temperature of 25oC. Average temperature of the sea near Dubrovnik in September is about 23oC. 

Light clothes, walking shoes, jackets for the evening, sun hat, sun glasses, and sun protection creams are suggested. 

Electricity is supplied at 220 volts A/C, 50 Hz cycle. 

Tap water
Tap water is potable in all parts of Croatia.

Currency and Exchange Facilities 
Official currency of the Republic Croatia is the Croatian kuna (HRK). Foreign currency may be exchanged at bank exchange counters and exchange offices, at post offices and travel agencies, hotels, and airports. All major credit cards are accepted in hotels, stores, and restaurants. 

The organizers reserve the right to adjust or change the program as necessary.