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Univerzitet u Prištini

BeogradLanguages, Philology, Linguistic Studies

The University of Priština (Serbian: Универзитет у Приштини/Univerzitet u Prištini) is the name of the Serbian-language higher education institution that emerged after the disestablishment of the University of Pristina (1969–1999) as a result of the Kosovo War. Despite its official name it is also referred to as the University of Kosovska Mitrovica after its relocation to northern Kosovska Mitrovica in 2001.
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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.
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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.
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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.
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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.
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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.
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University of Kragujevac

ČačakManagement

The University of Kragujevac (Serbian: Универзитет у Крагујевцу / Univerzitet u Kragujevcu) is a university located in Kragujevac, Serbia. It was founded in 1976 and is organized in 12 faculties. The University of Kragujevac is the fourth largest among six state universities in Serbia, behind the University of Belgrade, the University of Novi Sad and the University of Niš.

University of Kragujevac accepts principles of the European university education, taking into account the standards of the National Council for Higher Education. The University of Kragujevac is committed to the continuous improvement of institutional quality management system, as well as development of the organizational culture of quality, which will ensure the functioning of the monitoring, assessment, assurance and quality improvement in all areas of the University and its faculties. University achieves its mission of educating students through 118 study programs of basic academic, basic professional, integrated academic, academic master, and doctoral academic studies.
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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.
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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.
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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.
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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.
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Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade

BeogradEconomicsBusinessMathematics, Statistics, FinanceAudit, AccountingBank, InsuranceDecision Support, StatisticsManagementTourism, Catering, Hostelry, Restaurant Industry

The University of Belgrade Faculty of Economics (Serbian: Економски факултет Универзитета у Београду) is one of the educational institutions of the University of Belgrade, Serbia. The building is located in the city center of Belgrade, in the Savski Venac municipality. The Belgrade's School of Economics is Serbia's leading educational institution in business and economics.

Initially established in 1937, the Faculty of Economics was the first center of higher education dedicated to the study of economics in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Its curriculum includes courses in economic analysis and policy; marketing; accounting, auditing and financial management; trade and commerce; finance, banking and insurance; tourism and hotel industry; statistics and informatics; management and international economics and foreign trade.

The school includes a library with over 120 thousand titles. The Faculty's Publication Center has grown into one of the leading Serbian publishers for economic literature. Its research center has implemented over 800 projects in the field of restructuring, assets valuation, privatisation, investment, etc., as well as over one hundred macroeconomic projects for governments and multilateral institutions.
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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.
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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.
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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.
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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.
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Faculty of Economics, University of Kragujevac

КрагујевацEconomicsLawTourism, Catering, Hostelry, Restaurant IndustryMathematics, Statistics, FinanceAudit, AccountingBank, InsuranceBusinessDecision Support, StatisticsManagement

The Faculty of Economics at the University of Kragujevac is an educational and scientific institution in the city of Kragujevac. It was established as a department of the University of Belgrade Faculty of Economics in 1960, and became an independent higher education institution on 16 December 1975. In 2009, The Faculty of Economics fulfilled all the requirements of the new Serbian Law on Education and became a fully accredited higher education institution. All three levels of study are accredited: undergraduate, graduate and PhD. Since 1981, The Faculty of Economics uses a 7,570 square meter building (net useful area) containing well equipped classrooms, an amphitheater, computer labs, a library, a book store, a student restaurant, student services, a post office, administrative offices, and offices for professors.

The Faculty of Economics employs about 80 teachers and associates. Up to now, around 8.000 students have graduated from the Faculty, 133 have continued their studies successfully advancing to the Magisterium degree, 65 acquired the Masters degree, and 61 acquired the PhD degree. The Faculty of Economics is organized through five departments - General Economics; Management and Business Economics; Accounting, Auditing and Business Finance; Finance, Finance Institutions and Insurance; Statistics and Informatics. There are also three centers - Center for Economic Research, Center for Publishing, and Center for Lifelong Learning, Student Counseling and Career Development.
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University of Kragujevac

ČačakManagement

The University of Kragujevac (Serbian: Универзитет у Крагујевцу / Univerzitet u Kragujevcu) is a university located in Kragujevac, Serbia. It was founded in 1976 and is organized in 12 faculties. The University of Kragujevac is the fourth largest among six state universities in Serbia, behind the University of Belgrade, the University of Novi Sad and the University of Niš.

University of Kragujevac accepts principles of the European university education, taking into account the standards of the National Council for Higher Education. The University of Kragujevac is committed to the continuous improvement of institutional quality management system, as well as development of the organizational culture of quality, which will ensure the functioning of the monitoring, assessment, assurance and quality improvement in all areas of the University and its faculties. University achieves its mission of educating students through 118 study programs of basic academic, basic professional, integrated academic, academic master, and doctoral academic studies.

Faculté d'agriculture, University of Belgrade

BeogradAgriculture, Fisheries, Food

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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.

Academy of Arts, Belgrade

BeogradArtImaging Science, PhotographicFilm, Radio, TelevisionMusic

The Academy of Arts (Serbian: Академија уметности / Akademija umetnosti) is a private higher education institution in Belgrade, Serbia. The Academy of Arts is the first accredited faculty in the Republic of Serbia in the field of Arts.

The successful accreditation of the institution and its ten programs of basic academic studies is a distinctive acknowledgment to the Academy of Arts and the validity of its study programs: Acting, Dramaturgy, Advertising and Design, Film Directing, Film and TV Camera, Production in Arts and Media, Film and TV Editing, TV Directing, Photography, Sound Design and Music Production.

The Academy of Arts was established and has developed with the aim of systematically conducting the transfer of artistic, professional and scientific competencies, stimulating creativity, developing new generations of professionals and artists, taking into account differences, respecting individuality and developing self-confidence.

The studies provide a solid basis for the students to: apply for engagement in theatres, galleries, film or radio and television studios, agencies and multimedia projects; embark on a carrier of a professional and an artist; and/or continue master, specialist and doctoral studies throughout Europe. The curricula provided by the Academy of Arts – consistently reiterating their solid foundation in the field of Arts – encompass carefully selected educational and artistic contents, divided into the following groups of subject matter: - Art (A) - subjects targeting the acquisition of knowledge and understanding and/or mastering the skills conducive to creative involvement in specific domains of professionalized arts and development of specific artistic professional careers.
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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.

University of Arts in Belgrade

BeogradArt

The University of Arts in Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет уметности у Београду / Univerzitet umetnosti u Beogradu) is a public university in Belgrade, founded in 1957 as the Academy of Arts to unite four academies. It became a university and acquired its current name in 1973.
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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.
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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.
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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.
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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.

Faculté de mathématiques, University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.
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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.
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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.

Faculté de pharmacie, University of Belgrade

BeogradPharmacology, Pharmacy

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University of Belgrade

BeogradMathematics, Statistics, Finance

The University of Belgrade (Serbian: Универзитет у Београду / Univerzitet u Beogradu) is the oldest and largest university in Serbia.

Founded in 1808 as the Belgrade Higher School in revolutionary Serbia, by 1838 it merged with the Kragujevac-based departments into a single university. The University has nearly 90,000 students (including around 1,700 postgraduates) and over 4,200 members of teaching staff. Since its founding, the University has educated more than 330,000 bachelors, around 21,300 magisters, 29,000 specialists and 12,600 doctors. The University comprises 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, the university library, and 7 university centres. The faculties are organized into 4 groups: social sciences and humanities; medical sciences; natural sciences and mathematics; and technological sciences.

The University of Belgrade has found its place amongst the top 400 universities in the world, according to the most recent (2013) global ranking carried out by the Shanghai List. In the area of mathematics, it is ranked among the top 150 universities in the world.

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