Education in Novi Sad

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Gymnasium Jovan Jovanović Zmaj, the oldest school in Novi Sad. Established in 1810.
Gymnasium Isidora Sekulić, during the summer holidays

Novi Sad is one of the most important Serbian centers of higher education and research, with four universities, numerous professional, technical, and private colleges, and a couple of research institutes.

Overview[edit]

Novi Sad is the home of two universities and four private colleges.[citation needed] Largest educational institution in the city is University of Novi Sad with approximately 38,000 students and 2,700 staff members. It was established in 1960 in Novi Sad with a modern university campus. In Novi Sad there are 37 elementary schools (34 regular and three special ones) with 26,000 pupils.[1] The secondary school system consists of 11 vocational schools and four gymnasiums with about 18,000 students.[1][citation needed]

List of elementary schools[edit]

The school provides education for grades 1 through 8. It is one of the 36 elementary schools in Novi Sad. The school was named after Nikola Tesla, the world-renowned inventor, physicist, mechanical engineer and electrical engineer. School principal is Perko Ilić who succeeded previous principal Rajko Tepić.

List of secondary schools[edit]

List of universities and faculties[edit]

Private schools[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Републички завод за статистику". Webrzs.stat.gov.rs. Retrieved 03. 05. 2011.. 

Literature[edit]

  • Ljilja Milivojević - Zdenka Ivković, Vodič - prikaz srednjih škola na teritoriji Novog Sada, Prometej, Novi Sad, 1994.

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