Partner universities and networks
International cooperation is realized through the Erasmus+ program, bilateral cooperation agreements, as well as through multilateral networks of faculties and universities.
Erasmus + is a program of cooperation between universities funded by the European Union and as such represents the most significant program for students and staff exchange, as well as for other forms of cooperation in Europe. In January 2019, Serbia has obtained the status of a program country within the Erasmus program, which means that our universities have the opportunity to participate in all the programs under the same conditions and terms as the universities from the EU countries.
Accordingly, the University of Belgrade – Faculty of Economics has established cooperation regarding exchange grants for students and staff within the Erasmus + program with 46 universities.
University of Belgrade – Faculty of Economics has bilateral cooperation agreements with over 100 universities from various parts of the world, enabling mutual exchange of students, teachers, joint organization of conferences, cooperation in scientific research, etc.
CEEPUS is a program that networks universities from Central and Eastern Europe, which enables their mutual cooperation in the field of exchange of students and teachers.
Faculty of Economics in Belgrade belongs to the AMADEUS network and the Central European Network for Sustainable and Innovative Economy within
For more information on the CEEPUS program, available scholarships and open mobility calls, visit: https://www.ceepus.info/defaultcms.aspx
CESEENET is a network of the 32 universities from Central and Eastern Europe, which enables their mutual cooperation in the field of students and teachers exchange at the level of PhD studies. Since 2019, mobility within this network is partially funded through the CEEPUS program.
More information about the the CESEENET network and available scholarships, and open calls for mobility can be found at: https://ceseephd.net/
Magellan Exchange is a network of 34 universities and faculties from 14 countries, mainly from North America and Western Europe. Since 2017, the Faculty of Economics has been a member of the Magellan Exchange Network, and thus the only higher education institution in Central and Eastern Europe – a member of this network.
Membership in this network enables students and teachers to take part in mobility programs at any of the partner institutions – members of the network, with tuition fees waived, and most often with accommodation costs covered by the host institution.
More information on the Magellan Exchange Network and the mobility application procedure can be found at: http://www.magellanexchange.org/