Researchers from British universities recognised Serbia as the only country in Europe that has a chance to be a superstar in higher education. Simultaneously, in terms of dual education we have not only caught up with Europe, but we will actually regulate the legal framework for this type of education before many other countries
Systems in which more than ninety per cent of money is spent on staff salaries inevitably become conservative, regardless of how bright they were in their previous history. In Serbia this applies to both educational and scientific research systems
Although the financial crisis and the ongoing macroeconomic stabilisation programme have partially slowed the envisaged pace of reforms in education, efforts to modernise and internationalise the curricula are running in parallel.