University of Novi Sad (UNS)
The University of Novi Sad, with around 50,000 students and 5,000 employees, is one of the largest educational and research centers in Central Europe. It belongs to the group of comprehensive universities, which are characterized by providing nearly all fields of science and higher education.
The University of Novi Sad offers 350 accredited study programs at the level of Bachelor, Master, Specialist and Doctoral studies, carried out at its Faculties and within the University Center for Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Studies and Research. The study programs are modern and up-to-date with the latest developments in science and research. Along with the Faculties and the Center, three Scientific Institutes have a significant role in creating a solid scientific base for the process of continuous modernization of the educational offer.
The University of Novi Sad has a well-developed research infrastructure and great potential for innovation. The Central Library and the Faculty and Institute libraries offer a rich array of publications that cover all relevant scientific areas and enable access to large electronic databases. Resulting from a special agreement on cooperation, researchers, professors and students have access to the Matica Srpska Library, the oldest Serbian scientific and cultural institution, founded in 1826, which offers more than three million publications. The University encompasses around 250 laboratories. Students of the University of Novi Sad achieve impressive results in a number of fields. The students from the Faculty of Technical Sciences, which continue the tradition of the famous Yugoslav school of robotics, have been among the best in Europe. They won the 1st place at the European Competition in Robotics EUROBOT 2020, held in France, as well as the 2nd and the 3rd places in EUROBOT 2016. The teams of the Faculty of Law have also been among the best in Europe for decades. In 2009, they won the first place in the moot court competition, which was organized by the University of Leiden (The Netherlands) at the International Court of Justice in the Hague. They have accomplished similar success, on a global scale, in 2016. The students of the Academy of Arts and the Faculty of Sports and Physical Education acquire numerous awards at national and international competitions, as well as students from other faculties who achieve excellent results in international sport competions in various disciplines.