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List of universities in Serbia

 

List of universities in Serbia

A listing of higher education institutions in Serbia.

There are 8 public universities in Serbia (with a total number of 85 faculties) and 9 private universities[1] (51 faculties), as well as five independent private faculties, 49 public and 32 private higher schools . About 150.000 students attend public universities; several dozens of thousands attend private universities.[2][3] In 2009 there are 260.000 students in Serbia, who study at 14 universities.[4]

Contents

  • Public 1
  • Private 2
  • Foundation 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

Public

List of state universities and faculties that are founded through a national government of Serbia:[5][6][7]

Private

List of private universities and faculties in Serbia (not including Kosovo):[8][9][10]

  • Alpha University, Belgrade (Алфа универзитет / Alfa univerzitet) (ex University Braća Karić)
  • European University, Belgrade (Европски универзитет / Evropski Univerzitet)
  • Educons University, Sremska Kamenica (Edukons univerzitet)
  • Megatrend University, Belgrade (Мегатренд Универзитет / Megatrend Univerzitet)
  • Metropolitan University, Belgrade (Универзитет Метрополитан / Univerzitet Metropolitan)
  • Singidunum University, Belgrade (Универзитет Сингидунум / Univerzitet Singidunum)
  • Union University, Belgrade (Универзитет Унион / Univerzitet Union)
  • Nikola Tesla - Union University, Zemun (Универзитет Унион - Никола Тесла / Univerzitet Union - Nikola Tesla)
  • Economics Academy, Novi Sad (Привредна Академија / Privredna Akademija)
  • Academy of Fine Arts, Belgrade (Академија лепих уметности / Akademija lepih umetnosti) (in process of accreditation)

Foundation

A pious foundation (Waqf) or endowment provided for public welfare.

See also

References

  1. ^ Survey Serbia Online, Retrieved on July 31, 2009
  2. ^ , March 27, 2007Novosti
  3. ^ , March 26, 2007Blic
  4. ^ Kriza briše znanje, Večernje novosti, May 15, 2009
  5. ^ Information about Serbian high schools, colleges and universities
  6. ^ Ministry of education - List of State Universities
  7. ^ List of state faculties in Serbia
  8. ^ Ministry of Education, List of private universities and faculties
  9. ^ Information about Serbian highschools, colleges and universities
  10. ^ List of private faculties in Serbia
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