HOW MANY HOURS TO STUDY?

A golden principle: studying with regular intervals during the academic year offers the best chances for study success. Many students wonder how many hours they should study per week. The answer, however, depends on a number of different aspects:
your discipline (study field) (the number of course hours per week and the weight of the courses chosen varies from discipline to discipline and from year to year)
your capacities (know yourself!)
your ambition (if you want to pass ‘magna cum laude’ you will probably have to study harder than someone who only wants to pass ‘with satisfaction’)
Full-time students study between 40 and 50 hours per week on average. The number of hours doesn’t just comprise studying (self-study) but also attending classes, preparing practicals, writing papers, etc. Most study coaches suggest a minimum of 40 hours. If you remain under this level every week, the risk of failing will increase drastically.
Academic calendar 2018-2019
Exam periods
Students have five examinations per year (January, April, June, September and October)

COST OF LIVING
Monthly you can expect to spend 100,00€-200,00€ (bills included) for accommodation and 150,00€-250,00€ for subsistence. As far as subsistence is concerned, you can find many white-label products at several supermarket chains, with quality but sold at a discount, in order to save money.

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Student Legal Services

Visa

ARRIVAL

From the Airport

Airport Nikola Tesla is located 18 km from the centre of Belgrade. Transportation from the airport to the city: Shuttle minibus line A1
The minibuses run every 20 minutes. The bus stop is on the exit from the Arrival hall. Ticket price is 300 RSD/2,5€ (purchased on the bus). The terminus stop is in the city centre at Slavija Square.

Taxi service

If you want to take a taxi at the airport, order vehicle exclusively at the Taxi Info desk, located in the baggage claim area or info stand of Tourist Organisation. After ordering vehicle an officer will give you a voucher for the ride and take you to the first available taxi. At the end of the ride present the voucher to the taxi driver and pay after that. Ignore the taxi drivers accosting travellers in the airport building, they might be scammers and therefore can try to charge you more than usual. The price from the airport to the city centre is approximately 1,800 RSD/15€.

Public transportation

As a student in Belgrade, you’re likely to have to rely on public transport to get around. Our faculties are spread across the city so you might need to travel around while you’re here. The main types of public transport in Belgrade are buses, trams, trolley buses and city train. Visit the Bus Plus website for more information about public transport in Belgrade.

REGISTER YOUR ADDRESS
Once you arrive you are obliged to follow required procedures for foreigners. Within 24 hours you have to register your residence in Serbia with the local police station. If you are staying in a hotel, hostel or dormitory, registration will be completed automatically, while if you are staying in private housing you should register by yourself in the nearest police station after arrival. If you have contacted ESN prior to your arrival, your buddy will help you with this procedure.
For more information visit:

Rights and Obligations of Foreign Citizens
General entry requirements for Serbia

REGISTER AT THE INTERNATIONAL OFFICE

Don’t forget to register at the International Office and bring the documents provided by your home university (arrival certificate, learning agreement, etc.). Registration at the International Office is usually in the first week of October for the Autumn semester and in the second week of February for the Spring semester. Please note that you are required to register in person—this cannot be done by anyone other than you.

VISIT YOUR CHOSEN FACULTY
Sign up for classes at your chosen faculty. At the faculty’s unit for international students you will get useful information and guidance, meet your mentor and get full support for settling-in period.

GET YOUR RESIDENCE PERMIT
If your exchange lasts for more than 90 days, when you arrive in Belgrade you must apply for a Residence Permit. This is a compulsory procedure for all foreign citizens wishing to stay in Serbia for more than 90 days. You will be asked to present your residence permit to the International Office within 90 days after the arrival.
For all information regarding temporary residence in Serbia please visit the Ministry of Interior of Republic of Serbia.

Dear students and colleagues,
We wish you a warm welcome to Serbia, to Krusevac and to the Preschool Teacher Training College.
We are at your disposal for any questions that you might have during your stay with us. For starters, we would like to direct your attention to some important information:
- The complete program of your mobility will be realized in accordance with the signed Learning Agreement, our professors are available for any questions regarding the courses, classes and exams;
- For EU citizens a visa in not necessary to enter Serbia, this can be done with a valid personal ID card. The citizens of other countries can find the relevant information on the site of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia (http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/consular-affairs/entryserbia/visa-regime ) ;
- Foreigners who come to Serbia by personal vehicle must have international vehicle insurance and proof that they are the owners of the vehicle or that they have authorization to use it;
- Upon your arrival in Serbia, the landlord has the obligation, in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Serbia, to report you to the police station. At that time you get a document which you need to keep until you leave Serbia. For a stay longer than 90 days, you need to ask for a stay permit further information on this will be provided by the Erazmus + program Coordinator at the Preschool Teacher Training College.
- In case you need urgent medical care, you should call the number 194, or go to the local medical center Ćirila i Metodija 32 , Krusevac http://dzkrusevac.org.rs/ks/. Other numbers for urgent situations are: Police – 192, or Firefighters – 193;
- For all and any consular questions you may address the diplomatic-consular office in Belgrade.

ICT Services

School library


Sports

Useful Websites
Erasmus Student Network Serbia
Tourism Krusevac
Erasmus Student Network
Accommodation for students on the private market: list of links to accommodation websites

 

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