Teachers Faculty, University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar

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Teachers Faculty University "Džemal Bijedić" of Mostar
Nastavnički fakultet Univerzitet Džemal Bijedić u Mostaru
Latin: Universitas Studiorum Mostariensis
Type Public
Established 5 February 1950
Dean dr.prof. Salko Pezo
Location Bosnia and Herzegovina Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Campus Urban
Affiliations European University Association
Website [1]
The University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar

Teachers Faculty University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar (Bosnian: Nastavnički fakultet) is a public institution in the state property. The faculty is the legal successor of the Pedagogical Academy of the University "Džemal Bijedić" of Mostar, and is the oldest member of the University, which was founded in 1950.[1]

The faculty was opened on 5 February 1950. The main activity of the Faculty of Higher Education is the training of personnel for elementary and secondary schools. Teaching-scientific and scientific-research process at the faculty takes place within the study groups, according to the curriculum for regular and part-time students, through lectures, exercises, consultations, seminars, mentoring, workshops, excursions, checks and other forms of knowledge. The faculty is the only study group for music and art in Bosnia and Herzegovina.[2]

There are students studying at the faculty from all parts of BiH, as well as from neighboring countries. In the teaching process, in addition to 45 employees of the faculty, 70 teachers and students from the University of Sarajevo, Tuzla, Banja Luka, Bihac, Belgrade, including the most famous names in the field of higher education from the former Yugoslavia, are engaged.[3]

Faculty at the site of the University campus, uses a few objects, reconstructed their own funds. For the teaching process at all 10 study groups and over 2000 students that is not enough. However, it should be mentioned, that the College from its own funds modernize the teaching process purchasing and using the latest audiovisual equipment. Steering Committee and the Dean of the Faculty, a number of its decisions to stimulate post-graduate master's degree, or to acquire the scientific degree of doctor of science, which has a provision for the results of its own staff. [4]

In a time of new social conditions and a new attitude to higher education, the Faculty also monitored the reform of higher education in BiH. In this sense, in academic 2006/07. year began with the enrollment of students who study at the Bologna principles.[5]

Departments[edit]

  • Preschool Education
  • History and Geography
  • Islam Religious Teaching
  • Mathematics and Physics
  • Biology and Chemistry
  • Physical Training
  • Art Education
  • Music Education
  • Physics and Informatics with technical education

Degrees offered[edit]

Teachers and staff[edit]

Associate Professors:

PhD Sejit Bobar, PhD Salko Pezo,

Assistant Professors:

PhD Sejit Bobar, PhD Ekrem Čolakhodžić, PhD Maja Kazazić, PhD Semir Šejtanić PhD Majra Lalić PhD Samra Međedović, PhD Husejn Musić Džemper, PhD Asim Peco, PhD Lejla Salihamidžić, PhD Denisa Žujo-Zekić,

Senior assistants:

PhD Zanin Vejzović, M.Sc Emina Ademović, M.Sc Minja Klarić, M.Sc Azer Korjenić, M.Sc Slavenko Likić, M.Sc Indira Mahmutović, M.Sc Munir Mehović, M.Sc Almir Popo, M.Sc Jasminka Klarić, M.Sc Lejla Riđanović, M.Sc Sanel Riđanović,

Assistants:

Vesna Ćorluka, Maida Đapo, Merima Jašarević, Lana Jonuzi, Đenita Kuštrić, Selma Loose, Denis Vuk,

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