|President||Prof. Zoran Fofić "Fofara", Ph.D.|
|Dean||Prof. Nebojša Savić, Ph.D.|
Novi Beograd, Belgrade, Serbia|
FEFA (Serbian: ФЕФА / FEFA), officially Metropolitan University - FEFA (Serbian: Универзитет Метрополитан - ФЕФА / Univerzitet Metropolitan - FEFA), formerly known as Faculty of Economics, Finance and Administration is a faculty in Novi Beograd, Belgrade, Serbia. It has been founded in 2001, and while remaining independent, is a member of the Metropolitan University. This higher education institution received its accreditation certificate in 2008, as first economics and management school in the country to do so under rules established by new Law on Higher Education, renewing these certificates in 2014 and 2017.
FEFA offers both undergraduate and graduate courses, in accordance with accreditation awarded by the Commission for Accreditation and Quality Assurance of the Republic of Serbia. Degrees and study programs are compatible with Bologna process, aimed at making academic degree standards and quality assurance standards more comparable and compatible throughout Europe:
- Audio-visual Production
Master's Degree (300 ECTS)
- Digital Transformation
- Creative Production
Ph.D. Studies (480 ECTS)
- Business Economics
Faculty operates research institute with four independent research and consulting units, which engage both in academic and applied research, as well as in for-profit courses such as executive education or consultancy services:
- Center for European Integration and Public Administration
- Center for Financial Research and Corporate Consulting
- Center for Advancement of Competitiveness
- Center for Career Guidance and Counselling
Center for European Integration and Public Administration organizes an annual conference on European integration issues, on or around May 9 (at the occasion of Europe Day). In 2009, this center published a 64-researcher cost-benefit study on impact of Serbia's EU accession, in cooperation with Serbian Government and Serbian Chamber of Commerce.
FEFA is an affiliate institution of the Harvard Business School (HBS) Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness, with teaching courses developed by HBS and hosting teleconferences by HBS Professors.
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- Crnobrnja, Trbović (eds.) (2009). Impact Assessment of Serbia's EU Accession (PDF). Belgrade: Faculty of Economics, Finance and Administration. p. 252. ISBN 978-86-86281-09-8.
- "Academic Cooperation". Faculty of Economics, Finance and Administration. Retrieved 6 February 2012.