Education in Novi Sad
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.
- 1 Overview
- 2 List of elementary schools
- 3 List of secondary schools
- 4 List of universities and faculties
- 5 Private schools
- 6 References
- 7 Literature
- 8 External links
Novi Sad is the home of two universities and four private colleges. The 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. The secondary school system consists of 11 vocational schools and four gymnasiums with about 18,000 students.
List of elementary schools
- Aleksa Šantić elementary school
- August 22 elementary school
- Braće Ribar elementary school
- Branko Radičević elementary school
- Desanka Maksimović elementary school
- Đorđe Natošević elementary school
- Đura Daničić elementary school
- Đura Jakšić elementary school
- Dositej Obradović elementary school
- Dr. Milan Petrović elementary school
- Dušan Radović elementary school
- Ivan Gundulić elementary school
- Ivo Andrić elementary school
- Ivo Lola Ribar elementary school
- Jovan Dučić elementary school
- Jovan Jovanović Zmaj elementary school
- Jovan Popović elementary school
- Jožef Atila elementary school
- Kosta Trifković elementary school
- Laza Kostić elementary school
- Ljudevit Štur elementary school
- Mihajlo Pupin elementary school
- Miloš Crnjanski elementary school
- Miroslav Antić elementary school
- Nikola Tesla elementary school, located at Futoški put (Futog Road) 25a, in the city quarter Telep, educates grades 1 through 8 - named after the great electrical engineer Nikola Tesla. It is one of the 36 elementary schools in Novi Sad. School principal is Perko Ilić who succeeded previous principal Rajko Tepić.
- Petefi Šandor elementary school
- Prva vojvođanska brigada elementary school
- Sonja Marinković elementary school
- Sveti Sava elementary school
- Svetozar Marković Toza elementary school
- Vasa Stajić elementary school
- Veljko Vlahović elementary school
- Vuk Karadžić elementary school
- Žarko Zrenjanin elementary school
List of secondary schools
- Jovan Jovanović Zmaj secondary school (gymnasium)
- Isidora Sekulić secondary school (gymnasium)
- Laza Kostić secondary school (gymnasium)
- Svetozar Marković secondary school (gymnasium)
- April 7 secondary school of medicine
- Dr Siniša Stanković secondary school of agriculture (located in Futog)
- Isidor Bajić secondary school of music
- Jovan Vukanović vocational secondary school
- Pinki vocational secondary school for professions in transport
- Bogdan Šuput secondary school
- Secondary school of ballet
Mihajlo Pupin vocational secondary school of electrical engineering, Novi Sad
Mihajlo Pupin (Serbian Cyrillic Михајло Пупин) is a secondary school located in the city of Novi Sad, the capital of the Serbian province of Vojvodina. Specifically, it is located at Futoška 17. It was established on May 16, 1963.
The school provides education for grades 9 through 12, currently holding over 2500 pupils. It is one of the 15 secondary schools in Novi Sad. The school was named after Mihajlo Pupin, a Serbian physicist and physical chemist. Over the years, it has attracted instructors from Angola, Nigeria, and Libya.
Pavle Savić technical secondary school, Novi Sad
Pavle Savić (Serbian Cyrillic Пaвлe Сaвић) is located at Šajkaška 34. The school provides education for grades 9 through 12. It is one of the 15 secondary schools in Novi Sad. The school was named after Pavle Savić, a Serbian physicist and chemist.
Secondary school of mechanical engineering, Novi Sad
Secondary school of mechanical engineering, Novi Sad (Serbian: Средња машинска школа Нови Сад" or Srednja mašinska škola Novi Sad") is one of the biggest secondary school in Vojvodina, Serbia. It was founded in 1936. The school provides education for grades 9 through 12, currently holding around 1500 pupils. It is one of the 15 secondary schools in Novi Sad.
Svetozar Marković secondary school, Novi Sad
Svetozar Marković (Serbian Cyrillic Светозар Марковић) is located in Njegoševa street 22. The school provides education for grades 9 through 12. It is one of the 15 secondary schools in Novi Sad. The school was named after Svetozar Marković, an influential Serbian political activist.
Svetozar Miletić vocational secondary school, Novi Sad
Svetozar Miletić (Serbian Cyrillic Светозар Милетић) is located at Narodnih heroja 7. The school was established on October 1882, and added Svetozar Miletić to its name in 1969. The school provides education for grades 9 through 12, currently holding around 2600 pupils. It is one of the 15 secondary schools in Novi Sad. The school was named after Svetozar Miletić, an advocate, politician, mayor of Novi Sad, and political leader of Serbs in Vojvodina.
List of universities and faculties
- "Републички завод за статистику" (PDF). Webrzs.stat.gov.rs. Retrieved 3 May 2011.
- Ljilja Milivojević - Zdenka Ivković, Vodič - prikaz srednjih škola na teritoriji Novog Sada, Prometej, Novi Sad, 1994.
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