GET YOUR INDEX IN THREE STEPS!
1. Taking the entrance examination
2. Submission of enrolment documents
Enrolment in studies takes place after the entrance examination which is organised in the form of a test. The test taken on the entrance examination is not eliminatory, but serves to determine the place of each candidate on the list in the order of points, where some points represent the success in the secondary school, and other points represent test results.
*Examples of tests for the entrance examination may be found at the web site.
How much is the tuition, what does it include
and how to pay?
The tuition fee covers costs of minimum 600 hours of classes (lectures, exercises, seminars, etc.) and a number of individual consultation classes annually. The tuition fee also covers free access to a number and variety of events – lectures, forums, congresses, conferences, concerts, exhibitions, projections…
The students will be provided with the free use of the internet at the University, and each student will be provided with an e-mail address through which the Information Service of the University provides all kinds of information.
In the academic year 2016/17, the current students of John Naisbitt University as well as new students who enroll for the first time can pay their fees in several ways:
- full amount,
- two installments (the first installment is paid at the beginning of winter term,
- while the second installment is paid at the beginning of summer term) or
twelve installments (PAYMENT BY CHECKS)
Why choose the John Naisbitt University?
- Tradition guarantees quality, and our University is the oldest and largest university in the region. It was founded in 1989.
- The University hosts the most eminent domestic and foreign lecturers.
- Studies are based on modern textbooks that are innovated every 2-3 years.
- Studies are attended in the most contemporary spatial and technical conditions in three university buildings which are architecturally avant-garde and have a total area of 17,500 square meters. The main university building in Goce Delčeva Street is considered to be an architectural masterpiece and was rated as one of the finest academic spaces in the South-East and Central Europe.
What are the advantages of studies at the John Naisbitt University?
Based on the years of experience and great knowledge, the University applies a study method that guarantees high quality of classes and confirms the creativity and competence of students.
Studying consists of a larger number of different teaching methods that are interactive and comply with modern teaching tools (lectures, exercises, seminars, workshops, simulations, role-playing, etc.). However, what this type of studying gives exceptional quality is a large number of hours devoted to individual consultations with professors – whose number may, depending on students’ requests, be several times greater than the number of compulsory classes, and, in this way, practically create individual studies, which is then adapted to the needs of each student. Such practice is a characteristic of the best European and World universities. A distinctive way of studying enables the students to pass up to 70 percent of the examination material through pre-examination activities in a large number of courses. Based on the above stated, an average length of studies at our University is 4.7 years, which matches the level of the most efficient World universities.
All the students of our University have professional practice which is done in national and multinational companies, banks, insurance companies, cultural and media institutions…
What kind of studies are there at the John Naisbitt University and what are the degrees?
The University is an academic community of students, professors, researchers and university officials. It consists of 12 graduate schools, 2 colleges and the Institute for New Technologies, which are located in Belgrade and 5 other cities in Serbia. The higher education institutions of the John Naisbitt University also exist in London (West London Business School) and in Paris (DeJaeger Institute of Longevity).
The students may study Business Economics in three study programs in Belgrade, Zaječar, Valjevo, Požarevac, Vršac and Jagodina, and acquire academic degree: B.Sc. in Economics, M.Sc. in Economics, M.Sc. in Management, Manager-Specialist, PhD – Economic Studies and PhD – Management and Business.
The students may study Culture and Media in three study programs in Belgrade and Jagodina, and acquire academic degree: Journalist, Culture and Media Manager and Public Relations Manager, M.A. in Culturology and PhD – Culturology/Communicology.
The students may study Law, Public Administration and Safety in three study programs in Belgrade and Jagodina, and acquire academic degree: Bachelor of Laws, Master in Law and PhD – Legal Sciences.
The students may study Computer Sciences in Belgrade and Jagodina, and acquire academic degree: B.Sc. in Computer Sciences, M.Sc. in Computer Sciences and PhD – Computer Sciences.
The students may study International Economy in Belgrade and acquire academic degree: B.Sc. in Economics, M.Sc. in Economics and PhD – Economics.
The students may study Art and Design in Belgrade and acquire academic degree: B.A. in Applied Arts, M.A. in Applied Arts and PhD – Applied Arts.
The students may study Aeronautics in Belgrade and acquire academic degree: B.Sc. in Traffic Engineering and M.Sc. in Management in Aeronautics.
Biofarming – Modern science of agriculture, the students may study in Bačka Topola and acquire academic degree: B.Sc. in Agricultural Engineering, M.Sc. in Agricultural Engineering and PhD – Biotechnical Sciences.
In all these areas, after completed undergraduate studies in the duration of 4 years, students may continue with post-graduate studies and pursue Master’s Degree or PhD, and specific specialist titles.
Who teaches at the John Naisbitt University?
Various forms of classes at the faculties and colleges of our University are thought by highly competent and experienced professors, assistants and teaching associates. The students have an opportunity often to listen to the lectures of visiting professors from tops European and world universities, first of all, John Naisbitt, one of the greatest world’s intellectuals; Sung-Jo Park, a leading international management expert; Jean-Jacques Chanaron, a leading business economics expert; Christophe de Jaeger, a prominent doctor of medicine and physiology; and Xing Shi Yang, a distinguished professor in the field of computer science, and many others.
In addition, the students of our University have an opportunity during studies to attend the lectures of prominent Serbian politicians and public personalities, such as ambassadors of leading countries in the world – the USA, Russia, Great Britain, Israel, Japan, Mexico, Italy, etc.
Numerous and varied curricular and extra-curricular activities at the John Naisbitt University take place thanks to highly qualified and kind officials who are always available to the students.
Who and how can enroll in the first year of studies?
The first year admission to undergraduate academic studies is open to all the persons who completed secondary four-year education, and the first year admission to undergraduate vocational studies is open to all the persons who completed secondary four-year and three-year education.
Admission to studies takes place after the entrance examination, which is organised in the form of a test. The test in the entrance examination is not eliminatory, but serves to determine the place of each candidate on the list in the order of points, where some points represent the success in the secondary school, and other points represent test results.
How to transfer from other universities to the John Naisbitt University?
It is possible to easy and quickly transfer from all foreign and national universities to an appropriate programme without taking the entrance examination.
Passed exams at other universities are recognised if they match the study program of the selected school.
What are Lifelong Learning Center and Alumni Club?
The Center for career guidance, counseling and lifelong learning is a form of educational achievement that offers innovative educational programs and the benefits of modern learning approaches used and which contributes to the development of the mission of lifelong learning. Visit our website.
Upon completed studies, the connection between the University and its graduates does not discontinue, but only moves to the Association of Graduates – Alumni Club which is, the same as at other large universities, the place where former students easily and quickly exchange business information, ideas and projects for mutual benefit.
+ 381 11 220 30 29, 220 30 30;
Within John Naisbitt University, undergraduate studies are performed at the following institutions:
- Faculty of Management – Zajecar
- Faculty of Business Studies – Pozarevac
- Faculty of Biofarming – Backa Topola
- Faculty of Business Economics – Valjevo
- Faculty of Business Studies – Vrsac