The number of spots, tuition fees and the number of scholarships are set every year by the School Council and Serbia's Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development.

Applicants are ranked according to their entrance exam results (for Bachelor studies) and previous academic achievement - grades (for all study programmes). Depending on their ranking, students either have their studies funded by a full state scholarship or they pay tuition fees.

All candidates are required to pay an application fee when submitting their applications.

Tuition fees for 2023/2024

Study programme

Serbian citizens (RSD)

Foreign citizens (EUR)

Studyprogrammes in English (EUR)

Bachelor studies: Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering




Bachelor Studies: Software Engineering




Master studies:Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering




Doctoral studies: Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering




Application fees

Application type


Application for Bachelor studies


Application for Master studies


Application for Doctoral studies



Tuition fees include:

1. all forms of lessons as planned by the study program (lectures, practical lessons, consultations);

2. all pre-exam tasks as planned by the study program (lab exercises, colloquia, tests, practicums, seminars, homework, projects, etc.);

3. three registrations for exams;

4. registration, writing, and public defence of the ginal paper on all levels of studies, which includes mentorship and expert support;

5. research work on doctoral studies, mentorship, and exprert support;

6.  library services;

7. enrollment administration costs;

8. administration costs of issuing writen confirmation of the student status;

9. general maintenance costs: power, heating, cleaning, communications, costs of running student organizations and competitions, and other expenses not fully covered by the Republic of Serbia;.

10. regular maintenance of electronic equipment, software, and facilities (the internet, computer labs, plagiarism detection software, etc.) necessary to run academic courses; 

11. purchace of textbooks, scientific and expert literature and journals for the library, which are used as literature for exams, papers, and research, as well as access rights to electronic databases;

12. investment and maintenance not fully covered by public funding;

13. costs of accreditation of study programs which are not covered by public funding;

14. science, research, and expert work aimed at improving the quality of studies;

15. part of expenses of activities of Belgrade University (international cooperation, information system, issuing of diplomas, etc.);

16. expenses of the school's administration;

17. any other expenses required for running academic courses.

Tuition fees do not include a certain number of administration costs. Administration fees are determined by the University of Belgrade.


Administration fees

Document type


Certificate of completed exams


Study programme certificate


Diploma and diploma supplement, including the graduation certificate and the list of completed courses for bachelor and master studies


Diploma, diploma supplement, promotion, including the graduation certificate and the list of completed courses for doctoral studies


Copy of student booklet


Copy of diploma and diploma supplement for bachelor and master studies


Copy of diploma and diploma supplement for doctoral studies


School withdrawal


Certificates issued at the special request of the student


Exam application fee for exams for which the student has applied more than three times (per exam); this does not apply to doctoral studies


Re-taking a completed exam 1


Exam or colloquium application after the deadline (per exam) 2


Subject application after the deadline (per subject) 3


Changing subjects after the deadline (per subject) 4


Additional lab exercise opportunity after the deadline 5


Change of topic/mentor for the final paper 6


Master thesis topic registration after the deadline


Submission of master thesis after the deadline


Enrollment in the academic year after the deadline


  1. Only possible in the current school year
  2. Possible with the condition that the lists of registered students are final no later than two working days before the start of the examination/ colloquium period
  3. Only with vice-dean's approval
  4. Only with vice-dean's approval
  5. Only possible with lab exercise supervisor's permission
  6. Only possible with the committee's supervision

If the vice dean for education approves, a student can be exempt from paying a part of these administration fees.

Verification of issued documents

Verification of documents (Diploma/Certificate) issued at the University of Belgrade - School of Electrical Engineering is a procedure which grants the document holder the right that the document is authentic.

The following documents should be submitted (by e-mail):

1. Request form;

2. Copy of the Diploma/Certificate in Serbian language (not the translation);

3. Confirmation of payment of 55 $ or 50 € if the payment has been made from abroad according to the enclosed bank details;

At the request of a foreign institution in USD

55 $

Payment instructions

At the request of a foreign institution in EUR

50 €

Payment instructions


4. Authorization statement for the purposes of the University of Belgrade - School od Electrical Engineering degree verification with the signature of the candidate.

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