University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar

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University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar
Univerzitet "Džemal Bijedić" u Mostaru
Универзитет "Џемал Биједић" у Мостару
University emblem
Latin: Universitas Studiorum Mostariensis
Type Public
Established May 1993
Rector Sead Pašić
Students 2,552
Location Bosnia and Herzegovina Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Campus Urban
Affiliations European University Association
Website www.unmo.ba

University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar (Bosnian: Univerzitet "Džemal Bijedić" u Mostaru/Универзитет "Џемал Биједић" у Мостару) is a public university in Bosnia and Herzegovina established in 1993, and based in Mostar. It is named after Yugoslav politician Džemal Bijedić. It consists of eight faculties.

History[edit]

The University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar

During the Croat-Bosniak War in May 1993, the university's assets were appropriated by Croatian activists and the school renamed as Sveučilište u Mostaru; Croatian was adopted as its official language. Muslim professors left and established a new university with the old name (University Džemal Bijedić).

At that time, sparse teaching and administrative staff led to problems, but with great effort and sacrifice the university managed to partially resolve a number of problems, so working conditions are now more favorable than in the past.[1] 250 teachers and staff are employed. In the academic year 2008-09, University Džemal Bijedić has enrolled approximately 12,000 students.[2]

A study of languages has evolved in the Faculty of Humanities, School of Informatics, Faculty of Information Technology and Culture in the Study agromediteranskih Agromediterranean college. Faculty of Economics, was transformed into the Faculty of Business Management, Teacher Training College Teaching in Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Department was introduced to computer engineering, the Faculty has introduced new courses at two-year study: Business Administration, Public Administration and Management for Commercial Business.[3]

Teaching the scientific process is performed in about 4500 m² učioničkog, laboratory and cabinet space in the campus (a former military barracks "North Camp"). Such small space has been a serious limiting factor for the development of the University.[4]

In February 2003 the university's council adopted a Plan of Institutional Development in 2003-10. A number of weaknesses that have been demonstrated so far in the organization and governance of universities has led to the realization of the necessity of implementing higher education reform. With the introduction of new forms of organization and integration, and changes in management, the university will meet the demands for harmonization of higher education [clarification needed] and to engage as an equal partner in the international university network.[5]

Number of students
Academic year Number of students
2004/05
  
4,379
2005/06
  
4,916
2006/07
  
4,976
2007/08
  
5,120
2008/09
  
4,970
2009/10
  
4,611
2010/11
  
4,710
2011/12
  
4,275
2012/13
  
3,444
2013/14
  
3,201
2014/15
  
2,552

List of faculties[edit]

Degrees offered[edit]

Agromediterranean faculty[edit]

School of Agromediterranean Crops grew into the Agromediterranean faculty (Bosnian: Agromediteranski fakultet) University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar founded in 1997. Alongside full-time studies, it offers possibility of part-time studying. The curriculum is harmonized with the curriculum of Agricultural Faculty of Sarajevo, and some changes have been introduced lately. Thanks to the large number of elective courses, students can shape their professional profile by their own choice. Since 2002, a fruit-wine growing department has existed, in addition to the already existing Department of vegetable-flower growing.[6]

Dean: Dr Ahmed Džubur, an associate professor

Faculty of Human Sciences/Humanities[edit]

School of Languages was founded in 1999, and in early 2002 it developed into Faculty of Human Sciences/Humanities (Bosnian: Fakultet humanističkih nauka) at University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar.[7] The School of Languages offers two programs:

  • Bosnian Language and Literature (two-subject, four-year studies); completion of which earns the matriculating student a diploma of Bosnian Language and Literature
  • English Language and Literature (two-subject, four-year studies); completion of which earns the matriculating student a diploma of English Language and Literature.

The Faculty of Humanities established new departments:

  • German Language and Literature studies
  • History studies with History and Art History
  • Performing Arts (Drama Department)
  • Bosnian Language and Literature with German Language and Literature
  • Bosnian Language and Literature with English Language and Literature

Dean: Prof Dr Elbisa Ustamujić

Faculty of Information Technology (FIT)[edit]

Faculty of Information Technology (Bosnian: Fakultet informacionih tehnologija (FIT))University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar was founded in 1997. By April 2008, 2254 students had enrolled this faculty and 211 students graduated. This faculty provides regular in-class schooling and distance learning in the field of information technology.

Dean: Prof Dr Safet Krkić

Faculty of Business Management[edit]

Faculty of Business Management (Bosnian: Fakultet poslovnog menadžmenta) University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar This Faculty organizes two-year and four-year undergraduate studies, as well as postgraduate studies. After completion of two-year studies, a student gets a diploma of an economist manager, and after four-year studies of a graduate economist manager. Postgraduate study which offers master's degree in economy is entitled as "Financial Business Management".

Dean: Dr Damir Zaklan

Civil Engineering[edit]

Faculty of Civil Engineering University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar In first days of its existence, the Faculty organized its teaching process in the premises of Faculty of Economy and Law Faculty, and later it moved to Dule Mucibabic Dormitory. In 1993, the Faculty was forced to leave the premises and in 1996 it was relocated to the locality of the ex-military Northern Camp. The Faculty offers two-year (diploma of a civil engineer) and four-year degree (diploma of a graduate civil engineer).

Dean: Prof Dr Fuad Ćatović

Mechanical Engineering[edit]

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar offers two-year and four-year degrees. By completion of two-year studies, a student gets a diploma of a mechanical engineer. Studies for getting a two-year degree last five semesters and for four-year degree eight semesters. The faculty offers master's and doctoral degrees in technical sciences. Until the year of 2002, only general mechanical engineering was offered; since then computer engineering has been introduced which proved to be very attractive to students.

Dean: Prof Dr Jusuf Kevelj

Teachers Faculty[edit]

Teachers Faculty (Bosnian: Nastavnički fakultet)University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar is a public institution in the state property. Faculty is the legal successor of the Pedagogical Academy of the University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar, the oldest member of the University, founded in 1950. Teaching scientific research processes at the Faculty takes place within study groups, through lectures, exercises, consultations, seminars, mentoring, workshops, excursions, etc. The College from its own funds, modernized the teaching process by purchasing and using the latest audiovisual equipment.[8]

Dean: Prof Dr Mustafe "Salko" Pezo

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

Faculty of Law[edit]

Law Faculty University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar offers two-year and four-year degrees. Undergraduate studies for getting a diploma of a lawyer take two years and for diploma of a graduate lawyer four years of studies.

Dean: Dr Suzana Bubić

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ UNMO 2, unmo.ba; accessed 16 October 2016.
  2. ^ UNMO 3, unmo.ba; accessed 16 October 2016.
  3. ^ UNMO 4, unmo.ba; accessed 16 October 2016.
  4. ^ UNMO 5, unmo.ba; accessed 16 October 2016.
  5. ^ UNMO 8, unmo.ba; accessed 16 October 2016.
  6. ^ UNMO:AF
  7. ^ UNMO:FHN
  8. ^ UNMO:NF1