The University of Belgrade is the oldest university in Serbia and the largest in this part of Europe. Founded in 1808, it consists of 31 faculties, 11 research institutes, 13 University centers, Computer Center and the University Library with more than 3.500.000 volumes. It provides education in sciences and mathematics, technology and engineering sciences, medical sciences, social sciences, and humanities, with 340 study programs, over 95.000 students and 5.000 academic and research staff, 3,696 papers in 2014 on SCI, SSCI and AHCI lists, numerous publications and scientific and research projects. The University has 11 endowments and 7 funds for supporting the best students.
The University of Belgrade has served its people, and its former students and teachers have greatly contributed towards the development of the cultural, scientific, educational, political and economic life of our country. For more information about the University of Belgrade please visit www.bg.ac.rs. The project will be operated by the Faculty of Forestry in Belgrade (www.sfb.bg.ac.rs). The Faculty of Forestry of Belgrade University has a tradition of 96 years and is the oldest and highest higher-education and scientific institution in the fields of forestry, technologies, management and furniture design and products from wood, landscape architecture and horticulture and ecological engineering in the protection of Serbia’s soil and water resources. In compliance with the reforms of the curricula of the Faculty of Forestry being implemented in accordance with the Law on Higher Education of the Republic of Serbia and on the basis of the changes initiated by the Bologna Process, the study programs are based on the principle of 4+1+3 years of study. The studies at the Faculty of Forestry are so conceived that, upon their completion, graduate engineers can proficiently and professionally perform all activities related to the field of forestry, design and the design of furniture and products from wood, the management of processes and enterprises in the wood industry, ecology and the protection of soil and water resources and landscape architecture and horticulture, by respecting all contemporary technological achievements and the effects of changes in the biological, economic and social processes.
Team: Prof.Dr. Nada Dragović; Prof.Dr. Ratko Ristić; Prof.Dr. Stanimir Kostadinov; Prof.Dr. Miodrag Zlatić; Prof.Dr.Mirjana Todosijević; Dr. Tijana Vulević, Assistant Professor; MSc. Aleksandar Baumgertel; MSc Katarina Lazarević; BSc. Vukašin Milčanović; MSc. Siniša Polovina.