International cooperation

The faculty is especially proud of its international partners from developed European countries: the UK, Germany, France, Russia, Portugal, Poland and Slovakia. What is particularly important for students is the opportunity to go on a student exchange for one semester or school year and gain valuable life and professional experience through the signed contracts that the Faculty has with these institutions. It is an example of true integration into the common European education market, where all student obligations are expressed in the European Credit Transferable System (ETSP). With some institutions, the Faculty has signed contracts that allow students to obtain two degrees. In many cases, visiting professors from abroad together with local professors participate in the teaching process in study programs at all levels of study. Considering that the vast majority of textbooks were originally written by foreign professors, this allows students to feel as if they are studying abroad while studying at the Belgrade Banking Academy.
Confirmation of the success of such strategy of the Faculty is that every year a number of students continue their studies on master’s and doctoral studies abroad, often with the support of state funds as scholarship holders. All those students easily complete study programs abroad and get employed in prestigious financial institutions, while remaining connected to the Faculty through the alumni association.
International cooperation also takes place through joint projects that are implemented and financed from the European funds, as well as through the organization of international scientific conferences.