Interested candidates from participating institutions from Albania, Austria, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia are welcome to apply for mobility in Serbia via CEEPUS online platform.
Through the Erasmus+ programme, students from European countries have the possibility to spend their mobility periods in Serbia with a full scholarship. From 2015, when the first mobilities started up to this moment, more than 2000 students and staff from the Erasmus+ programme countries higher education institutions (HEI) have spent their mobility periods in Serbia.
If you are a student coming from an EU member country or Island, Norway, Lichtenstein, Turkey or FYR Macedonia (so-called programme countries) and you want to spend your mobility period in Serbia, there are few main things you need to know.
All students wishing to study or spend their mobility periods in Serbia now can get a direct support in the Information Centre of the Foundation Tempus, a newly opened one-stop information centre on education, transnational cooperation and mobility located in the downtown Belgrade.
There are over 200 study programmes for foreign students at all higher education institutions in the Republic of Serbia, and students can explore opportunities for studying at one of those programmes at one place.
At Study in Serbia portal you can browse these programmes by type, for example choosing all academic or applied studies, or by education level - Bachelor, Master, PhD, etc. Please use the search form on the Programmes page and all the programmes will be listed as you add new filter item on the left. Pay attention that you have ticked the boxes to include the programmes in English or other foreign languages.
Starting from October 7, 2017, the Republic of Serbia enacted a set of new education laws, including the Law on the Education System and the Law on Higher Education.
On 17 October 2017 at Hotel Metropol in Belgrade representatives of higher education institutions met for the Erasmus+ Contact seminar - Higher Education Fair 2017. Participants from Sweden, Norway and Serbia had the opportunity to participate in various discussions, networking sessions and create new opportunities for cooperation and new mobility opportunities among the participating institutions from these countries.
For the second year in a row, the University of Belgrade confirmed its position as one of the 300 best universities in the world, according to the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU), better known as the Shanghai List. Three more Serbian universities are listed in Global Ranking of Academic Subjects for the year 2017.
The latest update of the portal has brought a number of new educational opportunities in Serbia that are now available for searching. This primarily refers to the information on primary and secondary schools that have just been added to the database.
National CEEPUS Office in Serbia informs interested candidates that there are still several scholarship months for students and teaching staff for mobilities in the Republic of Serbia.
First webinar for CEEPUS incoming candidates and scholarship holders from CEEPUS partner countries will be held on 29th of September 2016 between 17-18h!
For the third time, higher education institutions from Serbia will be part of the Europe’s most important fair on internationalisation of higher education, which will be held during EAIE Conference (European Association for International Education) in Liverpool, from 13th to 16th September 2016.
If you are a student or teacher coming from one of the CEEPUS countries, and are interested in a student exchange experience or performing teaching activities, you can now apply for a mobility in Serbia through CEEPUS programme!