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                                                  UNIVERSITY OF MONTENEGRO

Historical background The University of Montenegro was founded on April 29th 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 (Institute for History, Institute for Agriculture and Institute for Biological and Medical Research), signed an Agreement on Association into the University in Titograd (Titograd - former name for Podgorica). A year after it was founded, University changed its name into the University ”Veljko Vlahović”, and since 1992 it has its present name - University of Montenegro. The seat of the University of Montenegro is in Podgorica, 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. The University today The University of Montenegro is situated in ten Montenegrin towns: 


  1. Architecture

  2. Faculty of Metalurgy and Technology

  3. Mechanical Engineering

  4. Civil Engineering

  5. Music Academy

  6. English Language and Literature