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University of Banja Luka

Banja Luka

The University of Banja Luka (Serbian: Универзитет у Бањој Луци) is a public university located in Banja Luka, Bosnia-Herzegovina. The University of Banja Luka was established on 7 November 1975 and at that point had 5 faculties. It is the oldest and largest university in Republika Srpska and second largest university in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Most of the current 16 faculties of the University of Banja Luka are situated in two campuses, both located close to the river Vrbas and not far from the city center.

The Bologna Process started at all study programs at the University of Banja Luka in 2006/2007 school year, although some faculties started the Bologna reform earlier.

Since 13. April 2011 University is full member of European University Association. It is also member of European Forest Institute and participate in TEMPUS, CEEPUS and 7th Framework Programme programme.

Through student exchange programs cooperation university hosted students from Sapienza University of Rome, Plovdiv University, University of Strasbourg, University of Graz, University of the District of Columbia, Univerzitet u Prištini and University of Freiburg.
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University of Mostar

MostarLanguages, Philology, Linguistic Studies

The University of Mostar (Croatian: Sveučilište u Mostaru; Latin: Universitas Studiorum Mostariensis) is the second largest university in Bosnia and Herzegovina, established in 1977, and it is situated in Mostar. The University is the only Croatian language university in Bosnia and Herzegovina and world. Its original name was University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar, named after Yugoslav prime minister Džemal Bijedić, but it was renamed in 1992 during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The University of Mostar has ten faculties and one Academy of Fine Arts, with 50 different majors, 46 specialisations and 70 study groups. This made the University of Mostar one of the most diversed university in the country.

It's the fastest growing university in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with around 10,712 students, out of which 17% are students from neighbouring Croatia.

Academy of Performing Arts in Sarajevo

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Academy of Performing Arts in Sarajevo (local: Akademija Scenskih Umjentosti Sarajevo) is a faculty within the University of Sarajevo in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, dedicated to the performing arts.

The Academy of Performing Arts in Sarajevo was officially opened in 1981 with the inaugural Department of Acting. This was followed by the opening of the Department of Directing in 1989, the Department of Dramaturgy in 1994 and the Department of Production in 2010 .

An important segment of the academy's practice is its cooperation with the Open Stage "Obala", a prominent Sarajevo theater, where students present their works along with professional actors, directors and writers.

The need for the Academy for Performing Arts arose because, according to data from the year 1981, Bosnia and Herzegovina theaters had around 180 employees of which only 24 had the appropriate academic qualifications. Therefore it was decided to establish Academy for Performing Arts in Sarajevo which was open to students from Bosnia and Herzegovina and other republics of former Yugoslavia. Academy of Performing Arts officially started working on December 2, 1981.

In 2010, it was announced that the Sarajevo Canton and the Cantonal Development Institute would be funding the construction of a 10 million KM building and center for the Academy of Performing Arts, primarily because working conditions for students and faculty alike have been subpar for the past decade. Construction on the new 4,600 m² center began in mid-2010 in the Centar Municipality.
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University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar

University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar (Bosnian: Univerzitet "Džemal Bijedić" u Mostaru/Универзитет "Џемал Биједић" у Мостару) is a public university in Bosnia and Herzegovina established in 1993, and based in Mostar. It is named after Yugoslav politician Džemal Bijedić. It consists of eight faculties. It claims legal continuation of the University of Mostar established in 1977, but renamed in 1992.
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University of Sarajevo

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The University of Sarajevo (Bosnian: Univerzitet u Sarajevu/Универзитет у Сарајеву) is the largest and oldest university in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and is the oldest institution of tertiary education in the ex-Yugoslav states. It was originally established in 1531 as an Ottoman Islamic law college; the university in its modern, secular incarnation being established and effectively added to that in 1949. Today, with 23 faculties and around 50,000 enrolled students, it ranks among the largest universities in the Balkans in terms of enrollment. Since opening its doors in 1949, 122,000 students received bachelor's degrees, 3,891 received master's degrees and 2,284 received doctorate degrees in 45 different fields.

It is now widely regarded as the most prestigious university in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and employs more than one thousand faculty members.
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University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar

University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar (Bosnian: Univerzitet "Džemal Bijedić" u Mostaru/Универзитет "Џемал Биједић" у Мостару) is a public university in Bosnia and Herzegovina established in 1993, and based in Mostar. It is named after Yugoslav politician Džemal Bijedić. It consists of eight faculties. It claims legal continuation of the University of Mostar established in 1977, but renamed in 1992.
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University of Sarajevo

SarajevoLaw

The University of Sarajevo (Bosnian: Univerzitet u Sarajevu/Универзитет у Сарајеву) is the largest and oldest university in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and is the oldest institution of tertiary education in the ex-Yugoslav states. It was originally established in 1531 as an Ottoman Islamic law college; the university in its modern, secular incarnation being established and effectively added to that in 1949. Today, with 23 faculties and around 50,000 enrolled students, it ranks among the largest universities in the Balkans in terms of enrollment. Since opening its doors in 1949, 122,000 students received bachelor's degrees, 3,891 received master's degrees and 2,284 received doctorate degrees in 45 different fields.

It is now widely regarded as the most prestigious university in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and employs more than one thousand faculty members.
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University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar

University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar (Bosnian: Univerzitet "Džemal Bijedić" u Mostaru/Универзитет "Џемал Биједић" у Мостару) is a public university in Bosnia and Herzegovina established in 1993, and based in Mostar. It is named after Yugoslav politician Džemal Bijedić. It consists of eight faculties. It claims legal continuation of the University of Mostar established in 1977, but renamed in 1992.
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University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar

University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar (Bosnian: Univerzitet "Džemal Bijedić" u Mostaru/Универзитет "Џемал Биједић" у Мостару) is a public university in Bosnia and Herzegovina established in 1993, and based in Mostar. It is named after Yugoslav politician Džemal Bijedić. It consists of eight faculties. It claims legal continuation of the University of Mostar established in 1977, but renamed in 1992.
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University of Sarajevo

SarajevoLaw

The University of Sarajevo (Bosnian: Univerzitet u Sarajevu/Универзитет у Сарајеву) is the largest and oldest university in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and is the oldest institution of tertiary education in the ex-Yugoslav states. It was originally established in 1531 as an Ottoman Islamic law college; the university in its modern, secular incarnation being established and effectively added to that in 1949. Today, with 23 faculties and around 50,000 enrolled students, it ranks among the largest universities in the Balkans in terms of enrollment. Since opening its doors in 1949, 122,000 students received bachelor's degrees, 3,891 received master's degrees and 2,284 received doctorate degrees in 45 different fields.

It is now widely regarded as the most prestigious university in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and employs more than one thousand faculty members.
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University of Tuzla

Tuzla

University of Tuzla (Bosnian: Univerzitet u Tuzli) is a public university located in the city of Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The university was founded in 1958. It became a proper university in 1976, and today is one of the major institutions of higher learning in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Teachers Faculty, University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar

Music

Teachers Faculty University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar (Bosnian: Nastavnički fakultet) is a public institution in the state property. The faculty is the legal successor of the Pedagogical Academy of the University "Džemal Bijedić" of Mostar, and is the oldest member of the University, which was founded in 1950.

The faculty was opened on 5 February 1950. The main activity of the Faculty of Higher Education is the training of personnel for elementary and secondary schools. Teaching-scientific and scientific-research process at the faculty takes place within the study groups, according to the curriculum for regular and part-time students, through lectures, exercises, consultations, seminars, mentoring, workshops, excursions, checks and other forms of knowledge. The faculty is the only study group for music and art in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

There are students studying at the faculty from all parts of BiH, as well as from neighboring countries. In the teaching process, in addition to 45 employees of the faculty, 70 teachers and students from the University of Sarajevo, Tuzla, Banja Luka, Bihac, Belgrade, including the most famous names in the field of higher education from the former Yugoslavia, are engaged.

Faculty at the site of the University campus, uses a few objects, reconstructed their own funds. For the teaching process at all 10 study groups and over 2000 students that is not enough. However, it should be mentioned, that the College from its own funds modernize the teaching process purchasing and using the latest audiovisual equipment. Steering Committee and the Dean of the Faculty, a number of its decisions to stimulate post-graduate master's degree, or to acquire the scientific degree of doctor of science, which has a provision for the results of its own staff.

In a time of new social conditions and a new attitude to higher education, the Faculty also monitored the reform of higher education in BiH. In this sense, in academic 2006/07. year began with the enrollment of students who study at the Bologna principles.
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University of Sarajevo

SarajevoLaw

The University of Sarajevo (Bosnian: Univerzitet u Sarajevu/Универзитет у Сарајеву) is the largest and oldest university in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and is the oldest institution of tertiary education in the ex-Yugoslav states. It was originally established in 1531 as an Ottoman Islamic law college; the university in its modern, secular incarnation being established and effectively added to that in 1949. Today, with 23 faculties and around 50,000 enrolled students, it ranks among the largest universities in the Balkans in terms of enrollment. Since opening its doors in 1949, 122,000 students received bachelor's degrees, 3,891 received master's degrees and 2,284 received doctorate degrees in 45 different fields.

It is now widely regarded as the most prestigious university in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and employs more than one thousand faculty members.

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