University of Belgrade

Vesna Todorčević

Vesna Todorčević, Ph.d., Associate Research Professor at the SASA Mathematical Institute; Associate Professor at the University of Belgrade’s Faculty Of Organisational Sciences

Maths and the Beauty of the World

I’ve toured the world thanks to mathematics. Congresses and conferences in distant lands freed me of my old self, my authenticity flourished, returning me like winds and waves to my children and the people I love

Presentation of the Serbian-Italian Sustainable Development Goals

Italian Ambassador H.E. Carlo Lo Cascio and Prof. Dr Ivanka Popović, Rector of the University of Belgrade, opened the Serbian-Italian meeting on the goals of sustainable development. Read more

With the Greek Initiative to Work Experience

Under the patronage of the Embassy of Greece in Belgrade, the Hellenic Business Association of Serbia, in cooperation with the University of Belgrade, a...
Italian Day Of Research In The World

Italian Day Of Research In The World

Strong Support For Serbian Researchers

An important element in the promotion of Italian research is represented by the “Italian Research Day in the World”, which will this year see the CNR illustrate its activities in the field of information and communications technologies

Ivanka Popović PhD, Rector of the University of Belgrade

New Reform Awaits Us

Despite the modest conditions under which it operates, the University of Belgrade's inclusion on the list of the world's top 500 universities is an incredible success. Now that Serbia has become a programme country within the Erasmus programme, new opportunities to improve the quality of higher education are arising
Dejan Soskic Banks Cannot Thrive In A Stagnant Economy

Dejan Šoškić, Professor at the Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade (EFB)

Banks Cannot Thrive In A Stagnant Economy

Major obstacles to faster economic growth in Serbia are not in the domain of the limited financial potential of domestic banks. Obstacles lay elsewhere: in the domain of a stagnant economy, weak institutional framework, rule of law, and credit risk sharing instruments for SMEs. As such, we shouldn’t be surprised if more foreign banks decide to leavein the medium- to long-term.

Vladimir Bumbaširević, MD, PhD, Rector of the University of Belgrade

Information Technology And Other Challenges

Technological development, especially in the field of information technology, has imposed new challenges on education policy in our country, as well as the need for an institutional framework that would enable us to cope with those challenges