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- About Alfa BK University
- International Cooperation
- Incoming students guide
- Erasmus charter
One of the key aspects of the international cooperation of the Alfa BK University is the extensive exchange of students, professors, assistants, associates, researchers and administrative staff within the Erasmus + Programme`s framework. In that sense, academic mobility appears as one of the strategic goals of the Alfa BK University`s functioning.
One of the basic objectives of the University is to establish an appropriate balance between outgoing and incoming mobility of students, teaching and administrative staff. Thus, its main goal is to encourage student mobility at all three levels of study, as well as the mobility of academic and administrative, i.e. non-teaching staff that will contribute to the internationalization of the institution as a whole. Multimedia access to teaching, unlimited Internet access, professional practice, access to the library with domestic and international books, tutorial teaching method in small groups, online teaching, textbook material, and a pleasant and friendly atmosphere are just some of the benefits provided by Alfa BK University.
Alfa BK University, as a recognized educational institution with a long tradition, is located in one of the central Belgrade municipalities of New Belgrade. Located at the confluence of the Sava and the Danube, Belgrade is one of the oldest cities in Europe and, next to Athens, the largest urban entity in the Balkans. The oldest archaeological finds from the city area date from the fifth millennium BC. Members of the Celtic tribe founded Singidunum in the 3rd century BC, while the first notion of Belgrade dates from 878 AD. During its long and turbulent history, Belgrade was conquered by 40 armies, while the city was raised from the ashes 38 times until now. Belgrade is the capital of Serbia and has about 1.6 million inhabitants. The city has first-class traffic importance, as a significant road and railway hub, as well as an important international river, air, and telecommunications centre. Belgrade covers 3.6% of the territory of Serbia. Around 15% of the Serbian population live in Belgrade, as well as is the case with around 31% of the Serbian employed population. Belgrade has significantly developed its economic, service and agricultural capacities, especially the metal, metal processing, electronic and construction industries, as well as trade, telecommunications, banking, insurance and education services. In the wider area of Belgrade, in the cities of Smederevo and Pancevo, on the banks of the Danube River, a free trade zone is located on 2000 square meters. About 30% of the gross domestic product (GDP) of Serbia is created in Belgrade. Belgrade is also the capital of Serbian culture, art, education and science, but it is also a well-known centre of nightlife and entertainment industry. It contains the largest concentration of institutions in the field of science, art and education of national importance, such as the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, the National Library of Serbia, the National Museum, and the National Theatre. The city is also the seat of the University of Belgrade, founded in 1808 as the Great School, and it also contains famous cultural and historical monuments such as Kalemegdan, Skadarlija, Nebojsa Tower, the Monument to Knez Mihajlo, the Monument to the Unknown Hero on Avala, and others. Belgrade has the status of a special territorial unit in Serbia, which has its own autonomous city administration. The territory of the city of Belgrade is divided into 17 municipalities, which have their own local authorities. Belgrade is also well known for its nightclubs and parties, which is why some call it the Berlin of Eastern Europe.
New Belgrade is a residential area and urban part of Belgrade, which is located on the left side of the Sava River, opposite to the city centre and has about 215,000 inhabitants. Three years after the end of the Second World War, in 1948, the construction of New Belgrade began, which today has developed into a metropolis and a kind of unique business, financial, educational and cultural centre. Today, the economic landscape of New Belgrade is dominated by the financial, service, commercial, trade, construction, education, and sports and recreational sectors. New Belgrade is designed as a modern city that has its own theatre within the Student City Cultural Centre. It has also a Museum of Contemporary Art, which is located at the coast of the Sava river, near the Branko`s bridge. There are a lot of Orthodox churches in New Belgrade today, while this part of the city is also well known for the priority given to education. It houses several primary, secondary and higher schools and gymnasiums, as well as the Student City as a complex of buildings that make up the largest student dormitory in the Republic of Serbia. New Belgrade also offers a rich nightlife, especially on the banks of the Sava and Danube rivers, where there are many clubs, restaurants and nightclubs for entertainment. Alfa BK University is located in the centre of New Belgrade, in the nearby of the Municipality of New Belgrade, New Mercator Shopping Mall and Old Mercator Market. In the immediate vicinity of the University building, there are many available apartments that can be rented and where our students can stay.
Square near the Municipality of New Belgrade
Skyline of New Belgrade
Museum of Contemporary Art New Belgrade