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University of Montenegro
Podgorica, Montenegro

The University of Montenegro was founded on 29 April 1974. when three faculties (Faculty of Economics, of Engineering and the Faculty of Law from Titograd), two colleges (Teaching College and Maritime Studies College) and three independent scientific institutes (for History, for Agriculture and for Biological and Medical Research), signed an Agreement on Association into the University in Titograd. A year after it was founded, it changed its name into the University "Veljko Vlahović", and since 1992 it has its present name. The seat of the University of Montenegro is in Podgorica (www.podgorica.me), the capital of Montenegro, with a population of around 200.000. The University of Montenegro has developed in accordance with the spirit of time and the growing needs of Montenegro.

History reveals that people have lived in the region of Podgorica since the prehistoric period so that this is the city with rich history and cultural heritage. Due to the tumultuous war history and frequent devastations, the town has been deprived of most of its old buildings. Over the last ten years, the town has been developing fast, making it  a modern, administrative and business centre of the country. Cetinje is the old capital of Montenegro, with immense historical heritage. It was founded in 15th  century.

In this town, faculties of fine arts and drama, as well as Music Academy are situated. Kotor is a town on the coast, with long history, dating back to ancient Romans. Over the centuries, different cultures were settled here, but today, there is predominant influence of Venetians. Two of the UoM units are situated there: Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management and Marine Studies. 

 

Language requirement:

English

Estimated Monthly Living Expenses:

Housing - $300 to $600
Meals - $250 to $350
Personal Expenses - $400 to $500
Medical Insurance - $90 (one time only)

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