The University of Belgrade is a state-owned university established two centuries ago. Its activities – higher education and scientific research – are in public interest and are strictly defined by law. The main source of finance is the budget of the Republic of Serbia, although the University and its faculties may also gain additional income by working within their core activities.The University of Belgrade is consisted of 31 faculties divided into 4 study areas: Faculties of Social Sciences and Humanities, Faculties of Medical Sciences, Faculties of Sciences and Mathematics, Faculties of Technology and Engineering Sciences and 11 research institutes. University of Belgrade enrolls approximately 80,000 new students each year.
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The Faculty of Architecture of the University of Belgrade is the leading higher education institution for architecture and urban studies in the Balkan Region. As an institution with a long tradition (the first architecture study programme was introduced in 1846), the Faculty takes stock of historical achievements awhile striving to train professionals whose ideas and innovations forge new paths of advancement in architecture, arts and design, humanities and urban sciences. A distinctive feature of the Study Programme at the Faculty of Architecture is based on the integrated approach to education, with equal emphasis on Architecture, Urbanism and Architectural Technology in three distinct Departments. The faculty offers validated Course Status for RIBA Part 1 and 2, and for last 3 consecutive years is one of Europe’s Top 100 Schools of Architecture and Design by DOMUS Magazine, one of the oldest and most esteemed architecture magazines in the world.
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School of Electrical Engineering is top educational and scientific institution in the field of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in Serbia and the wider region. Categories covered by the School of Electrical Engineering include information and communication technologies, power engineering and energy efficiency and new materials and nanosciencies. Beside teachnig and research activites, School of Electrical Engineering have coorperation with numeruous domestic and international companies, including Microsoft, IBM, Siemens, Ericsson, Nordeous, Telekom, Telenor, Transsmision and Distribution operator of Serbia, Energoprojekt and etc.
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