Singidunum University (SINGI)

Even though it was founded in 1999, Singidunum University has managed to become one of the Serbia’s most innovative educational institutions. It was the first private university in the country to be awarded accreditation for the realization of bachelor’s, master’s and PhD degree programmes in three scientific-research fields: social sciences and humanities, technical sciences and natural sciences and mathematics.
One of the most important features of the University is high-quality of education at all study levels, coupled with the continuous implementation of modern teaching methods and technological innovations. We put special emphasis on the study programmes that require and support ICT implementation (Electrical Engineering and Computing, Advanced Cryptosystems, ICT, Informatics and Computing, Engineering Management).
There are currently around 10 000 students enrolled at Singidunum University. Lectures are conducted within 17,000 meters of good quality premises equipped with necessary computer and internet infrastructure. It disposes of 16 amphitheaters, 20 lecture halls and 9 computer rooms. Lectures are held by over 400 eminent professors from the country and abroad.
Apart from knowledge and skills acquired at the Singidunum University, our students have the opportunity to obtain some hands-on experience by doing professional internships throughout their undergraduate studies. Namely, the University has established fruitful cooperation with over 550 reputable companies and institutions worldwide in which our students may work in the future as well as extensive cooperation with 45 renowned universities in the country and beyond. It places special emphasis on promoting close links between science and high quality education. In order to further expand its international reputation, the University is also conducting undergraduate studies via distance learning platform.

The basic role of Singidunum University is to design a master study programme in the field of modern broadcasting technologies. It should emphasize that development and further improvement of telecommunication systems or building of a new system requires careful planning, testing of technical, economic and general social consequences. Therefore, this master programme must include all aspects of the application of modern broadcasting technologies. It aims to prepare recent graduates for operating successfully in the given filed and provide guidance needed for pursuing a successful research career. It should also be suitable for past graduates of Internet and communications related courses who may have certain work experience and wish to enhance their current knowledge. This study programme should enable students to acquire and develop both theoretical and analytical skills.