FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Are the lectures in English?
Yes – textbooks, lectures and exams are all in English.
What is the enrollment deadline for undergraduate studies (proveri da li je ovo adekvatan termin za dodiplomske studije)?
At the beginning of the school year, final enrollment deadline is September 20th. There is the possibility for the postponed enrollment, according to the following schedule:
- for January trimester (ako se trimestar ovako kaze) – until December 12th
- for March trimester – until March 15th
- for taking exams in September deadline for application is June 15th
Is there some kind of the entrance exam and what does it imply?
The entrance exam is based on testing students’ knowing of English language. This test is predominantly important for the candidate, since the level of knowledge enables easier understanding of the lecturing and taking final exams. There is the possibility to take some additional English language classes prior to the beginning of the school year.
When does the lecturing start?
Preliminary Business English Course (Cambridge Business English Certificate) is held in September, for all enrolled students, free of charge and the regular lecturing starts during the last week in September.
Where is the lecturing taking place?
Lecturing is taking place at the ESB premises, Zmaj Jovina 4, at the third floor.
How long does it take to finish the school?
Students listen to the lectures during the period of two years (for the Graduate Diploma level) and get their diplomas afterwards.
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