STUDY IN BELGRADE
Following the start of the 2021/22 academic year at the University of Belgrade, we would like to take this opportunity to give you the most important information and most relevant updates regarding the measures taken by the University in the still ongoing effort taken across the country to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 infection.
With safety in mind, please note that the University of Belgrade is closely monitoring the situation and proactively following healthcare instructions in close coordination with the national authorities. Additionally, the Government of the Republic of Serbia continues to regularly update the public with general information on the situation in Serbia regarding the spread of the coronavirus via the following website: srbija.gov.rs.
All incoming mobility participants should check the travel advisory issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia and COVID-19 entry requirements published at: https://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/citizens/travel-serbia, before making their trip.
Following the recommendations given by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, whilst at the same time trying to ensure our students have the least amount of disruption to their studies, distance-learning classes will be organized at the University of Belgrade wherever possible or necessary, to minimize the presence of students at any of the lectures and other course work that cannot be organized remotely.
Following the instructions by the relevant authorities, when coming to the University and its respective units, all students and staff attending the University and its member faculties need to respect the following measures:
- Wear a protective face mask when indoors
- Maintain safe distance among each other
- Avoid close contact, handshakes and hugs
- Practice good hand hygiene and coughing etiquette
- Stay at home when feeling ill and contact the relevant authority indicated in your insurance policy or the designated doctor at the Student Policlinic in Belgrade http://zzzzsbg.rs/en/ or http://www.beograd.rs/en/city-authority/1293647-institute-for-student-health-care/
The University of Belgrade will also continue to closely monitor the developments and send out regular updates to our students and staff, both home and international.
Health and safety of the whole academic community is of utmost importance for us and additional precautionary measures will immediately be put in place, if needed.
Be responsible to yourself and to others!