John Naisbitt

Professor

After serving in the U.S. Marine Corps and after graduating from Utah, Cornell and Harvard, Mr Naisbitt worked as an executive in the coporate world. When he was 34, he was invited to be a deputy education minister in the government under the US President Kennedy and worked as a Special Assistant for President Johnson. He witnessed the troubled and good times through which America was going through.

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Christophe de Jaeger is born August 10, 1959 in Paris, France. He is the youngest of 4 children, after artist parents. His father was a well know sculptor Albert JAEGER medalist, first Grand Prix de Rome and his mother was first dancer in Berlin and ballet master.
Christophe de Jaeger is one of the earliest pioneers of this medicine in Europe which advocates an active fight against human aging and its natural corollary of diseases.

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Born in 1970 in Tuzla. Completed primary and secondary education in Belgrade as the highest academically ranked student of her class.In1993, she received her Bachelor’s degree with the thesis “Energy Resources in the European Economic Community” from the Belgrade University Faculty of Economics, where she also earned her Master’s degree in 1998 with the thesis “Energy Sector of Serbia and Selected European Countries – France, Germany and Sweden” and a doctorate degree in 2001with the thesis “Energy and Economic Development – Correlation Analysis on the Example of Serbia and the EU countries.”

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The Bogdanov brothers were born in the Commune of Saint-Lary, in the Gascony region of southwest France. The brothers came from aristocratic Russian and Austrian families, and their maternal grandfather was noted African-American lyric tenor Roland Hayes.

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Miroslav N. Jovanovic was born in 1957 in Novi Sad. Graduated from the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade in 1979, completed his MA in 1985 and PhD in 1988.

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Full Professor at Free University Berlin, Founder of Euro-Asia Management Studies Association (EAMSA); General Secretary of Global University Network (N.E.W.S.) and Vice President for International Affairs at Megatrend University of Applied Science.

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Milos Sobajic was born in Belgrade in 1945. Graduated from Belgrade Academy of Arts in 1970. He has lived and worked in Paris since 1972. Mr Sobajic is a visiting professor at the Luixun Academy in Shenyang (China). He has been Dean and a professor of painting at Graduate School of Arts and Design within Megatrend University in Belgrade since 2005.

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Roland Dumas

PROFESsOR

Roland Dumas is a figure that significantly marked political scene and recent history of both France and Europe. He is a part of French political and cultural elite for more than 5 decades, where he built equally brilliant career as one of the top lawyers, great politician and successful diplomat.

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Slobodan Pajovic was born in 1950 in Zagreb. Completed primary and secondary education in Zagreb and Belgrade. Graduated from the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade (Department of Spanish Language and Literature).

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Oskar Kovač graduated from the Faculty of Economics University of Belgrade. He was awarded MSc and then PhD in 1971. He was a postgraduate research student at the London School of Economics and Political Science with the OECD scholarship. He spent the academic year of 1979-1980 at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the USA with the fellowship of American Association of Learned Societies.

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Vladimir Vuckovic was born in Jagodina in 1975, where he finished primary and secondary education. Graduated from the Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade in 1997, completed his MA in 2000 and PhD in 2004. In 1998 he became an assistant at the same university where he was nominated and in 2004 assistant professor.

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He finished high school in Leskovac and the Faculty of Philology (group of Serbian language and literature) in Belgrade. Completed MA and PhD in the science of literature.
He was engaged in journalism, publishing and public affairs in culture and information. A professional journalist since 1969. From 1987 to 1991 he was the administrator of Cultural and Educational Community of Serbia.

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Milan Tuba was born in Lucani in 1952. Completed primary and secondary education in Osijek. He received BS in Mathematics, MS in Mathematics, MS in Computer Science, MPh in Computer Science, PhD in Computer Science from University of Belgrade and New York University.

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Honorary doctors

John Naisbitt

Professor

After serving in the U.S. Marine Corps and after graduating from Utah, Cornell and Harvard, Mr Naisbitt worked as an executive in the coporate world. When he was 34, he was invited to be a deputy education minister in the government under the US President Kennedy and worked as a Special Assistant for President Johnson. He witnessed the troubled and good times through which America was going through.

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Roland Dumas

PROFESsOR

Roland Dumas is a figure that significantly marked political scene and recent history of both France and Europe. He is a part of French political and cultural elite for more than 5 decades, where he built equally brilliant career as one of the top lawyers, great politician and successful diplomat.

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Vudrou Klark

Honorary doctor

As a member of a team, Dr Clark received the Nobel Peace Prize in December 2007 for his contribution to the Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change (1995-2000), under the auspices of the United Nations.

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Milutin Mrkonjic

Honorary doctor

He completed Civil Engineering in Belgrade – Department of Roads, Airports and Railways. He worked 30 years on the implementation of the most important projects in the field of transport infrastructure in the former Yugoslavia.

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Muammar al – Gaddafi

Honorary doctor

The leader of the great First September Revolution by Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya and the leader of Libya from 1969 until 2011, Muammar el Gaddafi (Muammar al – Gaddafi), gave an invaluable contribution to the overall economic benefit of developing countries, particularly the plan by which Libyan Jamahiriya should become a food manufacturer – not only for Libya, but also for large parts of Africa.

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Bozin Jovanovic

Honorary doctor

Božin Jovanovic was born in 1920 in the village of Novo Korito, near Knjaževac. He was a participant of NOB. Immediately after the war, he was Director of Timok coal mines, which consisted of the 17 coal mines. For many years he was the President of the District of Zajecar.

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Kiichiro Hasegawa

Honorary doctor

Mr Hasegawa Kiichiro gained his very rich professional experience in successful companies,”Praudfut Japan” (Proudfoot Japan), “Mitsubishi” and IBM. He is the creator of the application of Teogaku business concept, which focuses on modern training programmes for managers, adapting to the world economic trends and solving concrete companies’ problems.

Pierre Cardin

Honorary doctor

 Legendary French fashion designer who was born in Italy and the owner of the fashion empire, Pierre Cardin, began his career in the Fashion Industry moving to Paris in 1945, where he studied Architecture and worked for the Fashion House “Paquin”. The following year he designed for, at that time, newly opened Fashion House “Dior”. Mr Cardin founded his own Fashion House in 1950. Due to his great success in the Fashion World, he has won three prestigious French High Fashion awards called “Golden Thimble” (De d’Or).

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The scholars who assisted in founding Megatrend University

These are the scholars who assisted in founding Megatrend University (1985-1989)

Sung-Jo Park, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

Jean-Jacques Chanaronan
, École Supérieure de Commerce de Grenoble, France

Dominique Jolly, École Supérieure de Commerce de Grenoble, France

Oscar Marchisio, Studio Giano, Bologna, Italy

Ulrich Jürgens, Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB), Germany

Norbert Altmann, University of Bielefeld, Germany

Nomura Masami, Okayama University, Japan

Tetsuo Abo, University of Tokyo, Japan

Rebecca Morales, University of California (UCLA), Los Angeles, USA

Stephen Wood, London School of Economics, UK

András Hernádi, Institute for World Economics of the Hungarian Acad-emy of Sciences, Hungary

Johan Galtung, University of Oslo, Norway

Galen Amstutz, Harvard University, USA

Arthur Stockwin, Oxford University, UK

Sam Dzever, Audencia Nantes École de Management, France

Wolfgang Jahnke, Berlin University of Applied Science, Germany