The University of Sarajevo remains determined to continue to be the leader in higher education in Bosnia and Herzegovina in terms of quality of its teaching and research, the number of students and faculty members.
University of Sarajevo offers wide range of study programs covering almost all areas of teaching and research at 25 Faculties, 5 Institutes, 5 Centers, with National and University Library, Gazi Husrevbey Library, National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Student Parliament, with over 200 study programmes and over 200 departments. Today, having around 27,000 enrolled students, it ranks among the largest universities in the region.
Study programs at the University of Sarajevo:
AGRICULTURE & FORESTRY
Agriculture and Food science
ARCHITECTURE & TRANSPORT
Fine Arts & Design
Music & Musicology
BUSINESS STUDIES, MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
Business Studies, Economics, Marketing and Management
Education, Teacher Training
Electrical Engineering, Telecommunications
Journalism, Public Relations, Communication
Security and Peace Studies
Interdisciplinary Studies: Human Rights, European Studies, Gender Studies
RESEARCH INSTITUTES AND CENTERS
All of these programs are taught in Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian, while some of the programs are offered in English or subjects in adaptive-English methodology.
Offered courses in English and other foreign languages
Please check below for more information about offered courses.
Most teaching methods include lectures, seminars and personal tutorials, practical sessions, guest speakers, as well as obligatory laboratory work and practice (mostly medicine). This is all arranged in correlation with lectures/professors. You will also spend a significant amount of time in doing personal study.
Language of teaching
Teaching is provided in Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian. Some programs and subjects are offered in English language. If desired classes/courses are not available in English, it is possible to arrange and option “Erasmus English” whereas subject professor is willing to provide special consultations, tutorials or mentorship for students work, research, paper work and exams. This has to be checked with professors during creating learning agreement as this is the “volunteer” and not obligatory option.
Assessment is done by courseware, classroom tests and examinations. Group learning, teamwork, individual work and communication skills are assessed through group studies and reports as well as presentations. Practical work is also a part of the examinations.