Nationals of the following states may enter into Bosnia and Herzegovina with a passport or a valid identity card proving identity and citizenship of:
- Member State of the European Union
- State signatory to the Schengen Agreement
- Andorra, Montenegro, Liechtenstein, Monaco, San Marino, Serbia, the Holy See and Swiss Confederation
Detailed information on countries and visa regime when traveling toward Bosnia and Herzegovina is given on the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Incoming students and staff members who need visa to enter Bosnia and Herzegovina will need to communicate with the embassy or consulate of Bosnia and Herzegovina in their country (usually in the capital city). Make sure that some embassies are part of the regional representatives and might not be in your home country.
Incoming students who do not need visa and staying for educational purposes longer than 90 days will need to regulate their residence permit.
Incoming staff members who do not need visa and staying less than 90 days (for teaching or training purposes app 5-10 days) do not require regulation of residence permit.
Incoming staff members who do not need visa and staying longer than 90 days will need to regulate their residence permit and working visa (for teaching purposes).