Serbia and Montenegro have universities that advance from bachelor to postgraduate degrees, offering unique and creative degree options. We will go over what universities are available, so students can research and see which one fits their creative field. We will also go over what tuition cost happens to be and how much it will take to budget per month, as the student lives in Serbia and Montenegro.
Universities in Serbia and Montenegro:
- Faculty for Business Management
- Faculty for Tourism, Catering and Trade Management
- Higher School of Nursing ‘Kraljica Jelena’
- Montenegro Business School – Faculty for Business Studies
- University of Belgrade
- University of Kragujevac
- University of Montenegro
- University of Nis
- University of Novi Sad Ataturk University
- University of Pristina
- University of the Arts, Belgrade
Academic programs available at the University of Belgrade:
- Agriculture Sciences
- Natural Sciences
- Environmental Observation Sciences
- Applied and Computer Physics
- Biochemical engineering and biotechnology
- Education and Rehabilitation
- Veterinary Medicine
- Orthodox Theology
- Mining and Geology
- Chemical Engineering
- Transport and Traffic Engineering
- Technology and Metallurgy
- Civil Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Organizational Sciences
- Security Studies
- Political Science
- Teacher Education
- Sports and Physical Education
- Data Analytics
- Medical rehabilitation
- Society and Culture
- Crime Security
- Intelligent Systems
This is not the complete list of available programs at this university.
Student Cost of Living
Serbia is a bit cheaper than Montenegro and most students tend to side with that. When it comes to living cost, Montenegro is currently also 30% higher in living cost than Serbia. So that’s why most students pick Serbia to live within.
Rent in Serbia is around 87,900 Serbian Dinar (students will need to learn how to convert the currency so they can give exactly how much it says).
Rent in Montenegro is about €453 for only one person in a one-bedroom apartment with utilities.
Both Serbia and Montenegro are quite affordable places to live when you look at the variations that each place has.
Cost of Tuition
In Serbia, college tuition fees range between 500 and 2,500 EUR per academic year. While certain subject fields may vary, nothing will go past 5,000 EUR.
In Montenegro, the college tuition is typically only 1,500 EUR per academic year. While certain subject fields may vary, nothing will go past 5,000 EUR. Which is the same in Serbia.
International students soon figure out that tuition costs are extremely low here, and it’s because domestic students go to college for free.
Languages Spoken in Serbia and Montenegro
The official language in Montenegro is Montenegrin. Other languages that are routinely heard around the area are Serbian, Bosnian, Albanian and Croatian.
The official language in Serbia is Serbian. Other languages that are here in the country are Bosnian, Croatian, Slovene, and Montenegrin.
Since English is not used here very much, students would need to learn either Serbian or Montenegrin to be able to accommodate their new home. While exploring students will be better prepared to navigate wherever it might be that they intend to visit in Serbia and Montenegro.