We are delighted to announce that the University of Belgrade has accepted our invitation to join us as a new Member as of 1st January 2020.
With over 90,000 students enrolled, the university is one of Europe’s largest academic institutions, and one of the most important educational and research institutions in southeast Europe. It is a comprehensive, research-oriented university dedicated to academic excellence, performing particularly highly in the fields of mathematics and physics.
“It is with great pleasure that the University of Belgrade has received the invitation to join CESAER. The University of Belgrade will strive to be an active Member of this distinguished association and to promote its mission, aims and values”, says Ivanka Popović (Rector of the University of Belgrade).
The university reinforces our strong and united voice of universities of science and technology in Europe. We look forward to working together to advance our common mission to champion excellence in higher education, training, research; influence debate; contribute to the realisation of open and sustainable knowledge societies; and, deliver significant scientific, economic, social and societal impact.
“Welcoming the University of Belgrade as our new Member adds strength to our network as the University of Belgrade provides excellent science and technology education based on internationally recognised research and innovation and plays a leading role in its region, in Serbia and beyond. We are particulary delighted to strengthen our presence in southeast Europe”, says David Bohmert (Secretary General).
Our thirty-second General Assembly on 18th October formally invited the University of Belgrade and its Rector Ivanka Popović accepted the invitation in person.