University of Banja Luka (UNIBL)

The University of Banja Luka consists of 16 faculties and has 54 licensed study programs.

The Faculty of Electrical Engineering is the oldest faculty at the University.

The Faculty offers 3 study programs at the I and II cycle study. Since 2009/10 at the Faculty has been organized the third cycle of studies ICT, in corporation with the University of Paderborn.

All of the professors and assistants are involved in research, and their results are presented in magazines, conferences and white papers. The Faculty has quality laboratory equipment, fast Internet connection and modern multimedia classrooms and conference rooms.

On the institutional level, contacts with faculties throughout the world are of special importance. The Faculty is a University member of the Object Management Group and the IEEE member at a student’s level. The CISCO Academy has been opened at the Faculty in July 2004.

Beside in the field of higher education, the FEE achieves significant results in research. ??he Faculty successfully performed hundreds of national and international SRD projects. In the past few years, the Faculty annually participated in 3 to 5 international projects, about 10 research projects funded by the relevant ministries, and about 5 to 10 projects with industry. The Faculty participated in two FP6 and FP7 projects.

The Faculty has staff capable to organize II cicyle studies in the field of digital broadcasting. Since its establishing, one of the main departments at the Faculty is the Department for telecommunications, which organized teaching in the field of radio and TV techniques. The Faculty educated engineers which managed the production of analog TVs in the Cajavec factory (1966-1995).

Most of the engineers who work today in the field of broadcasting, have had graduated at the FEE Banja Luka. Since march 2014, the Institute RT-RK is established at the Faculty, and one of its activities is also ?� digital broadcasting software support. The Faculty tradition in the field of radio and TV broadcasting is the guarantee that shows how capable we are to contribute in:

  • development of modern II cycle study curricula in the field of digital broadcasting,
  • development of project for laboratories for this filed,
  • engaging competent teaching staff,
  • organization of teaching process, and

providing enough number of students who would enroll the II cycle.

The University of Banja Luka is interested in design and implementation of modern master study programme that follows current trends in the region. Also, this is the opportunity to make agreements with business companies for student internship in the area of Digital Broadcasting and Broadband technologies that will have positive impact on the knowledge and experience of graduated students.