|Univerzitet u Sarajevu|
|country||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Networks||AARC , BAUNAS , FUIW|
The University of Sarajevo ( Bosnian Univerzitet u Sarajevu ) is one of the two universities of Sarajevo , the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina .
The University of Sarajevo was founded in 1949, but individual faculties existed before that (from 1940). In 1977 the Faculty of Islamic Theology was established. In 2009, 40,300 people studied at the 23 faculties and academies, 27,400 of whom were regular students.
The university maintains numerous international collaborations, in Germany a. a. to the University of Mannheim (since 1971), to the Humboldt University of Berlin and to six other universities.
The university is a member of the network of Balkan universities (Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Greece, Kosovo, Croatia, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Turkey, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro).
The university is multi-ethnic (Bosniaks, Croats, Serbs). The University of East Sarajevo was founded in the suburb of Lukavica in the Republika Srpska , which also follows the tradition of the University of Sarajevo. Around 10,000 people study there.
Well-known students and lecturers / professors
- Mladen Ančić (* 1955), historian
- Smail Balić (1920–2002), orientalist and librarian in Vienna
- Faruk Čaklovica (* 1953), professor and rector from 2006 to 2012
- Enes Karić (* 1958), Islamic scholar
- Mirko Pejanović (* 1946), Professor of Political Science
- Abdulah Šarčević (* 1929), professor emeritus of philosophy
- Miloje Đorđević, On the Development of German Studies at the University of Sarajevo , in: German Studies in Central and Eastern Europe 1945–1992 , ed. v. Christoph König, 1995 ( ISBN 3-11-014419-0 )
- ↑ a b List of Members. (pdf) In: www.fumi-fuiw.org. Federation of the Universities of the Islamic World, 2017, p. 6 , accessed on August 31, 2019 .
- ↑ Rectorate. Retrieved August 8, 2019 .
- ^ Members of AARC. In: www.alps-adriatic.net. Rector's Conference of the Universities of the Alpes Adriatic Region, accessed on September 11, 2019 .
- ↑ Members. In: www.baunas.org. Balkan Universities Association, 2019, accessed September 8, 2019 .
- ^ Information from the University of Sarajevo
- ↑ SPORAZUMI / MEMORANDUMI / PROTOKOLI / PISMA NAMJERE O AKADEMSKOJ SARADNJI. Retrieved November 16, 2018 .
- ^ Conference of the Balkan Universities May 2010 in Edirne ( Memento of August 9, 2011 in the Internet Archive )