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Student erollment

In the study program of undergraduate studies of Landscape Architecture it is planned to enroll up to 65 students (42 budget financed students) in the first year of study.
In the first year of undergraduate studies may enroll a person with a four year secondary education.
An applicant for admission to the first year of study passes the entrance exam in this from:

  • the Biology exam and
  • the EXAM  APTITUDE FOR THE STUDY OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE (Drawing and aptitude test).

The Admission Commission for the ranking of candidates is established at the Department level, and special commissions are formed for each subject tested at the entrance exam.

Exceptionally, a candidate who is a student of the third or fourth year of high school who demonstrated remarkable success in a national competition organized by the competent Ministry of Education, or in federal or international competition in the subject of the entrance examination, does not  have to pass the entrance exam in that subject. In this case the candidate’s entrance exam or a part of that examination is valued ​​with the maximum number of points.

The right to be ranked for admission in the first year is acquired  by the candidate who is in the sum of points in the entrance examination and general achievement in secondary education achieved at least 51 points (for education financed from the budget) and 31 points (for students who pay tuition fees). The Department Council can introduce a threshold of knowledge that is the minimum number of points in the entrance exam.

The list of candidates for admission to the first year of undergraduate studies shall be based on the sum of  general results achieved in secondary education and the results achieved in the entrance examination as follows:

  • A maximum of 40 points based on the results achieved in secondary education and
  • Maximum of 60 points from the entrance examination.

Content, timing and manner of taking entrance exams, as well as the scoring of candidates shall be determined by a special decision of the Faculty. This decision is in the form of detailed information (student guide book), which is available to any interested party.
The list of candidates who met the requirements for admission to the first year of the study is published on the website and the notice board of the Faculty.
All candidates applying for admission to the first year of study are required to strictly adhere to the propositions stated in the guide book.

Citizens of Serbia and foreigners who have previously acquired education abroad may apply for admission to the first year of studies if they validate their certificates acquired abroad in accordance with the law.


A foreigner may apply for admission to the first year of studies if, in addition to the requirements of the preceding paragraph, he or she can speak the Serbian language and has valid health insurance.