University of Novi Sad

University of Novi Sad
Универзитет у Новом Саду
Univerzitet u Novom Sadu
Újvidéki Egyetem
Latin: Universitas Studiorum Neoplantensis
TypePublic
Established1960; 63 years ago (1960)
Budget63.06 million (2020, planned; public funding)
RectorProf. Dejan Мadić, Ph.D.
Academic staff
3,863 (teaching&research staff, academic year 2022/2023)
Administrative staff
1,269 (academic year 2022/2023)
Total staff
5,198 (academic year 2022/2023)
Students48,874 (academic year 2022/2023)
Address
Dr. Zorana Djindjica 1, Novi Sad
, ,
Serbia

45°14′51.459″N 19°51′14.666″E / 45.24762750°N 19.85407389°E / 45.24762750; 19.85407389
CampusUniversity campus
Websitewww.uns.ac.rs
University rankings
Global – Overall
ARWU World901-1000 (2019)
USNWR Global1072 (2020)
Regional – Overall
QS Emerging Europe and Central Asia113 (2022)

The University of Novi Sad (Serbian: Универзитет у Новом Саду, Univerzitet u Novom Sadu; Hungarian: Újvidéki Egyetem) is a public university in Novi Sad, Serbia. Alongside nationally prestigious University of Belgrade, University of Novi Sad is one of the most important educational and research institutions in Serbia and South Eastern Europe and the flagship institution of higher education in Vojvodina. The University of Novi Sad, with almost 50,000 students and more than 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. It is composed of 14 faculties and three scientific institutes located in four university cities - Novi Sad, Sombor, Subotica and Zrenjanin. Institution belongs to the group of comprehensive research universities with significant level of research activities.

History

The University of Novi Sad was created in a special milieu built by generations of foremost intellectuals, as well as institutions of particular national significance, in the towns of Vojvodina with their duration being measured in centuries.[citation needed] In today's Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, and Serbia as a whole, the roots of higher education were laid around 1740, with the establishment of the seminary named Collegium Vissariono-Pawlovicsianum Petrovaradinense in Novi Sad.[citation needed] Among the most prominent forerunners of the University of Novi Sad were Norma - school for the education of Serbian teachers, founded in Sombor in 1778, and Preparandija, a teacher training college founded in 1812 in Szentendre, whose seat moved to Sombor in 1816.[citation needed]

The most significant role in the development of scientific thought from the 19th century onwards is held by Matica Srpska, the oldest cultural and scientific institution of the Serbian people, founded in 1826 in Pest, whose seat was relocated to Novi Sad in 1864. The development of legal sciences and education on the territory of today's Vojvodina was especially influenced by the Faculty of Law in Subotica, established in 1920.[citation needed]

The great synthesis of aspirations, visions, ideas and achievements in the field of science and education took place in 1960, when the National Assembly adopted the Law on establishment of the University of Novi Sad, which brought together previously founded faculties into a unique academic community of Novi Sad.

Organization

Rectorate Building
Student Dormitory
Faculty of Law

Faculties and Institutes

The faculties and institutes of the University of Novi Sad are situated in four historic cities of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, in the north of the Republic of Serbia. The seat of the university is in Novi Sad, with the central campus situated on the bank of the river Danube, in the vicinity of Petrovaradin Fortress (built in the 18th century), and the old city center.

# Faculty Headquarters Year of Establishment
1 Faculty of Philosophy Novi Sad 1954
2 Faculty of Agriculture Novi Sad 1954
3 Faculty of Law Novi Sad 1959
4 Faculty of Technology Novi Sad 1959
5 Faculty of Economics Subotica 1960
6 Faculty of Technical Sciences Novi Sad 1960
7 Faculty of Medicine Novi Sad 1960
8 Faculty of Sciences Novi Sad 1969
9 Academy of Arts Novi Sad 1974
10 Faculty of Civil Engineering Subotica 1974
11 "Mihajlo Pupin" Technical Faculty Zrenjanin 1974
12 Faculty of Sport & Physical Education Novi Sad 1974
13 Faculty of Education Sombor 1993
14 Teachers' Training Faculty in Hungarian Language Subotica 2006

Studies

The University of Novi Sad offers around 320 accredited study programs at the level of Bachelor, Master, Specialist and Doctoral studies, carried out at its faculties and within its University Center for Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Studies and Research.[citation needed] Along with the Faculties and Centers, three Scientific Institutes have a significant role in creating a solid scientific base for the process of continuous modernization of the educational offer.[citation needed]

About 56% of students at all study levels studies are women.

Science

The University of Novi Sad has a well-developed research infrastructure and great potential for innovation.[citation needed] The Central Library and the faculties' and institute libraries offer a rich array of publications that cover all relevant scientific areas and enable access to large electronic databases.[citation needed] 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. Of special significance to the strengthening of innovation potential is the Science and Technology Park Novi Sad. With the support of the Faculty of Technical Sciences, around 200 start-up and spin-off companies have been founded, mainly in the IT sector, employing young engineers who graduated from the University of Novi Sad. Some of these companies implement projects for large international corporations and have contributed to Novi Sad becoming recognized internationally as a "Software Valley".[citation needed] Project teams and prominent researchers from the University of Novi Sad have been the recipients of numerous international and national awards for the best technical innovations.[citation needed] There are several accredited centers of excellence at the University of Novi Sad.[citation needed] The BioSense Institute, one of three research institutes, was proclaimed by the European Union as one of the thirty research institutions in Europe with the greatest potential in the field of bio-technologies[citation needed]. Its project ANTARES was the best ranked in Europe in 2016 within the program Horizon 2020.[citation needed]

Students of the University of Novi Sad achieve impressive results in a number of fields.[citation needed] The teams of the Faculty of Law have been among the best in Europe for decades.[citation needed] In 2009, they won the first place in the moot court competition, which was organized by the University of Leiden at the International Court of Justice in the Hague. They have accomplished similar success, on a global scale in 2016.[citation needed] The students from the Faculty of Technical Sciences, which continue the tradition of the famous Yugoslav School of Robotics, have also been among the best in Europe.[citation needed] They won the 1st place at the European Competition in Robotics EUROBOT 2022 and EUROBOT 2019, held in France, as well as the 2nd and the 3rd places in EUROBOT 2016.[citation needed] 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.[citation needed]

Art

The Academy of Arts Novi Sad was founded in 1974 as one of the University of Novi Sad faculties. Today the Academy of Arts offers accredited programs at the level of Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral studies, carried out by the Department of Music, Department of Fine Arts, and Dramatic Arts.

Along with its educational and scientific activities, the academy is famous for developing international cooperation with numerous cultural, artistic, and academic institutions. The academy's strength is based on its capacity to develop international projects through various programs such as Erasmus +, Creative Europe, and Horizon 2020.

The Academic Culture and Art Society of the University of Novi Sad "Sonja Marinković" is known for its successful performances at festivals in the country and abroad. Its Accordion Orchestra won the 1st prize at the World Music Competition in Innsbruck (Austria) in 2013 and is considered to be one of the best in Europe.[citation needed]

Specialized student services

Students of the University of Novi Sad have at their disposal specialized services that provide healthcare, accommodation and food. Medical services are provided by the "Institute for Student Healthcare", which comprises units for specialist medical care, counseling and laboratory diagnostics.[citation needed] The accommodation and food is provided by the specialized institution for student services "Student Center". The level of services that are provided is in accordance with the standards adopted in developed European countries.[citation needed]

Notable alumni

Among the best-known musicians are:

Notable people

See also


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