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University of Zenica

University of Zenica
Latin: Uneversitas Studiorum Zenicalensis
Established 18 October 2000
Type Public
Rector Prof. dr. Džavad Zečić
Admin. staff 200
Students ~6000
Location Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Campus Urban
Website .ba.unzewww (Bosnian) (English)

University of Zenica (Bosnian: Univerzitet u Zenici) is a public university located in the city of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The university was founded in 1961 as college and became a proper university in 2000.


  • History 1
  • Faculties 2
  • Graduate promotion 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


The college of metallurgy was established in 1950th and has been transferred to Faculty of Metallurgy in 1961 as an outside faculty of the University of Sarajevo. From there more faculties were added and enrollment increased, until an independent University was created by the Parliament of Zenica-Doboj Canton in 2000. The University is member of the Balkan Universities Network.


  • Faculty of Metallurgy and Materials Science[1]
  • Faculty of Mechanical Engineering[2]
  • Faculty of Education[3]
  • Faculty of Economics[4]
  • Faculty of Law[5]
  • Faculty of Health[6]
  • Faculty of Islamic Pedagogy[7]
  • Faculty of Polytechnic[8]

Graduate promotion

University of Zenica graduate promotion in Arena Zenica in October 2013.

The University hosts annual promotion ceremony for all graduate students of both BA and MA study programme. The ceremony is held every October in Arena Zenica.


  1. ^ Faculty Metallurgy
  2. ^ Faculty Engineering
  3. ^ Faculty Education
  4. ^ Faculty Economics
  5. ^ Faculty Law
  6. ^ Faculty Health
  7. ^ Faculty Islamic Pedagogy
  8. ^ Faculty Polytechnic

External links

  • Official website

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