If you decide to rent an apartment in Belgrade, it will cost you the same as about anywhere else in Europe, if you chose an apartment in the suburbs. However, it might take you between 40 minutes and one hour to reach the Faculty premises. If you choose to rent an apartment in the center, prices are a little higher, but you will enjoy the vibrant life Belgrade has to offer. There are 11 student residencies in Belgrade, including Studentski Grad, which, in addition to dormitories and a restaurant, has two libraries, a cinema and a theater building, conference halls and an open stage for summer concerts. Student residencies are vibrant places, where you can live, eat, study and meet new friends and colleagues. Accommodation in student dormitories is possible, the price ranges from 90 to 110 Euros per month. Please note that there is a selection process involved. Application forms will be available in November. If you want to feel the true spirit of student life in Belgrade, come and live in one of the many student dormitories!
More info at www.bg.ac.rs/en/students/appartments-dormitories.php
Please refer to our students councelor for all details, from September 1st your year of entry:
Tel: +381.11. (33-70-350; 33-70-339; 33-02-251; 33-02-254)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
There are LAN and WiFi connections in many residences but in some of them you will have to use 3g to connect to the Internet.
Resident managers work in each complex and are available to give advice and guidance to all residents. They help foster a good living environment with special regard to student welfare, discipline and safety, as well as organising lots of social activities! The Security Office is also open 24 hours for the benefit of all students.
Family accommodation in Belgrade can be expensive and it is strongly recommended that students with families do not bring their spouses and/or children to Belgrade until they have found suitable accommodation. The Student Accommodation Office will always do its best to provide new students with temporary single accommodation while they seek family housing.
An information and advice service is provided for students who may prefer to live in private accommodation. Please contact us for self-catering lodgings, bed-sits, flats and houses, which are available to rent in the private sector and we can help and advise on tenancy agreements and housing contracts. You can expect to pay minimum approximately 100 euros per month for a room in a shared flat; heating, electricity, gas and telephone bills will be in addition.
The medical care system in Serbia is public, but there are also private clinics offering medical care. European Social Security Card is not accepted in Serbia, however, Serbia signed agreements that regulate social security with following countries: Denmark, Sweden, Czech, Bulgaria, Austria, Luxemburg, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Macedonia, and Croatia. Students from other countries can have medical assistance primarily at students’ health clinic, STUDENTSKA POLIKLINIKA – STUDENTS, POLICLINIC (near Nikola Tesla museum), Krunska 57 street, tel. 2430-814, www.studpol.rs, as well as in other public and private institutions.