Informations for Exchange and visiting staff

Dear visitors,

Thank you for your interests in our University.

We are very pleased to welcome teaching and non-teaching staff for short periods of stay (teaching and/or training) from all over the world into our academic community. The University of Kragujevac believes in the importance of creating international environment as support to students’ success and improvement of its scientific and artistic research.

We strongly support and promote international mobility at our University as it will contribute to development of multicultural knowledge society and improve the quality of teaching at all educational levels.

In order to enable the internationalization process the University has established connections with numerous institutions of higher education throughout Europe, through its international activities (partnerships, memberships, projects, etc.) and we offer a warm welcome to all our guests from abroad!

If you are interested in academic mobility within Erasmus + programme, please see additional information under the section International cooperation - Erasmus+.

If you are interested for cooperation and exchange opportunities within other programmes, please contact the International Relation Office at the University of Kragujevac.

Accommodation for visiting staff: Upon your request, the University of Kragujevac can offer you accommodation in apartments for professors at the Student Residence Hall Sloboda. If the capacities are full, or you would like private accommodation, the IRO will provide assistance in this matter.

For other practical information, please see information under the section Services and support.

If you have any question, don’t hesitate to contact us.

Contact persons:

Olivera Mijatovic, Head of IRO

Milica Spasojevic and Predrag Vukomanovic, Student mobility officers, Administrative Erasmus+ Coordinators

Phone: +381 (0)34 300425
University of Kragujevac, International Relation Office
Liceja Knezevine Srbije 1A, 34000 Kragujevac, Serbia