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The Faculty of Philosophy is located in the University Campus, together with other faculties, student dormitories, the student health centre, sports facilities, etc. Faculty of Philosophy
Contact Dean Dr Ljiljana Suboti ć, Professor Vice-Dean for Finances Dr Zoltán Györe, Associate Professor Vice-Dean for Education Dr Olivera Gaji ć, Associate Professor Vice-Dean for International Relations and Science Dr Ivana Živancevi ć -Sekeruš, Professor President of the Faculty Council Dr Šandor Pal, Professor Student Vice-Dean Miroslav Nikoli ć phone: +381 21 450 690 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Faculty The Faculty of Philosophy was founded in 1954. With the Faculty of Agriculture, it is one of the oldest faculties of the University of Novi Sad. There are 330 full-time professors and teaching associates, with 95 employed as non-teaching staff.
Faculty of Philosophy 1954-2010 1954 Faculty of Philosophy founded as the part of Belgrade University Address: Njegoševa 1 First students enrolled in 6 study groups: History South-Slavic Languages South-Slavic Literature English Language and Literature German Language and Literature Mathematics and Physics 1959 New study group founded Hungarian Language and Literature 1960 Foundation of the University of Novi Sad 1961 Six more study groups founded Russian Language and Literature Slovak Language and Literature French Language and Literature Physics Chemistry Biology
1962 Foundation of Phonetic Laboratory Departmental Library for Pedagogy Geography 1961-1962 Postgraduate studies introduced in the following fields South-Slavic Languages English Language Mathematics 1965 Foundation of the Department of Pedagogy 1969 Faculty of Sciences separated from Faculty of Philosophy 1969 There are 8 study groups at Faculty of Philosophy History South-Slavic Languages South-Slavic Literatures English Language and Literature German Language and Literature Hungarian Language and Literature Slovak Language and Literature Russian Language and Literature 1972 Foundation of the study group of Pedagogy Reintroduced the study group of French Language and Literature
1972-1973 Foundation of the study group of Serbo-Croatian as the language of the community 1975-1976 At Faculty of Philosophy 8 teaching and research institutes founded, each with its departments and study programmes Institute for Philosophy and Sociology Institute for History Institute for Pedagogy Institute for South-Slavic literatures and world’s literatures Institute for South-Slavic languages Institute for Hungarian language and Hungarian research Institute for Slovak studies Institute for Foreign Languages and Literatures 1978 Within the Institute for Philosophy, the following study group founded Marxism
1979 Faculty of Philosophy moved to 24 Stevan Musi ć Street (changed to Dr Zoran Đ in đ i ć Street in 2004) 1981 The following study groups founded Romanian Language and Literature Ruthenian Language and Literature 1982 The following study group founded Psychology
1984 There are 15 study groups at Faculty of Philosophy Marxism History Pedagogy Psychology South-Slavic Literatures and Serbo-Croatian Language Serbo-Croatian Language and South-Slavic Literatures Serbo-Croatian Language and South-Slavic Literatures for teachers in schools with Hungarian as the language of instruction Hungarian Language and Literature Slovak Language and Literature Romanian Language and Literature with other equal subject: Serbo-Croatian Language and South-Slavic Literatures for teachers in schools with Romanian as the language of instruction, or French Language and Literature Ruthenian Language and Literature with other equal subject: Serbo-Croatian Language and South-Slavic Literatures for teachers in schools with Ruthenian as the language of instruction, or Russian Language and Literature English Language and Literature German Language and Literature Russian Language and Literature French Language and Literature
1988-1989 Study group of Marxism became the study group of Philosophy and Sociology 1995-1996 Postgraduate studies introduced at each department. 1996-1997 Study group of philosophy and sociology split into: Sociology, and Philosophy 2000 The following study group founded: Comparative Literature 2004 The following study group founded: Media Studies
2005 New law on higher education passed 2006-2007 Students enrolled at all three levels of study at 18 bachelor level study groups which were previously adjusted to the new law and Bologna Declaration 2008 Faculty of Philosophy got accreditation for all 42 study programmes at all three levels of study 18 bachelor study programmes 17 master study programmes 7 doctoral study programmes
1st December, Faculty Anniversary On 1st December 2009 the Faculty celebrated its 55th anniversary by organising the Fifth International Interdisciplinary Symposium Encounter of Cultures which brought together around 200 scholars in the Humanities and Social Sciences for a day of intellectual debate, cultural experience and networking.
The Library The Central Library of the Faculty of Philosophy is the second-largest library in Vojvodina (after the Matica Srpska Library) The Central Library of the Faculty of Philosophy is the second-largest library in Vojvodina (after the Matica Srpska Library) Extensive collection: Extensive collection: 216,365 scholarly monographs 216,365 scholarly monographs 3,169 journals (30,700 annual issues, 200,000 volumes) 3,169 journals (30,700 annual issues, 200,000 volumes) doctoral dissertations, master’s theses, etc. doctoral dissertations, master’s theses, etc. The Library consists of the central unit The Library consists of the central unit and 14 departmental sections
Equipment Each departmental library is equipped with 1-2 computers All computers are linked to the local network Access to the Internet is free Users can access the databases of the Matica Srpska Library, the National Library of Serbia, and the Svetozar Markovic University Library
The Faculty of Philosophy offers Bachelor Studies – 18 programmes Master Studies – 17 programmes Doctoral Studies – 7 programmes All study programmes are in accordance with the Bologna system. All 42 study programmes are accredited. www.ff.uns.ac.rs More about study programmes at www.ff.uns.ac.rs
Languages of Instruction Serbian, and the following languages of Vojvodina’s ethnic minorities: Hungarian Romanian Ruthenian Slovak Other languages appropriate to the course of studies – English, Russian, German, and French.
Instruction lectures (general and specialist courses) junior seminars senior seminars practice sessions consultations tutorial work work experience and internships
Faculty of Philosophy is divided into 17 departments Department of Serbian Language and Linguistics Department of Serbian Language and Linguistics Department of Comparative Literature Department of Comparative Literature Department of English Studies Department of English Studies Department of German Studies Department of German Studies Department of Slavic Studies Department of Slavic Studies Department of Romance Studies Department of Romance Studies Department of Hungarian Studies Department of Hungarian Studies Department of Slovak Studies Department of Slovak Studies Department of Romanian Studies Department of Romanian Studies Department of Ruthenian Studies Department of Ruthenian Studies Department of History Department of History Department of Pedagogy Department of Pedagogy Department of Psychology Department of Psychology Department of Sociology Department of Sociology Department of Philosophy Department of Philosophy Department of Media Studies Department of Media Studies
The departments are the basic educational units of the Faculty A department comprises of : department chair centre language section research division departmental library
Centres within Departments Centre for Serbian as a Foreign Language Centre for Hungarian Language Centre for Pedagogy Centre for Applied Psychology Centre for Sociological Research Centre for Folklore Research
Departmental Libraries There are 14 departmental libraries within the Faculty. A departmental library is an organizational unit of a department which holds specialized books and periodicals used by students, professors and associates.
50 Years of the Library Exhibition of books written by professors and associates of the Faculty, and presentation of the Library’s work over the last 50 years. Exhibition coordinated and presentations made by Head of Library, Ms Gordana Vilotic, library councellor and Ms Slavica Nestorovic-Petrovski, library councellor.
It was established in 1996 by the Faculty of Philosophy University of Novi Sad and the Centre for Serbian as a Foreign Language with a mission to spread learning of the Serbian language. www.srpski-strani.com www.letnjaskolasrpskogjezika.com The International Summer School of Serbian Language, Culture and History
Student Organisations at the Faculty Student Association of the Faculty of Philosophy Student Union of the Faculty of Philosophy Student clubs: TRANSFER – Psychology students KLIK – Pedagogy students IMPRESSUM – Media Studies students KLIO - History students
Student Parliament The Student Parliament is the Faculty body through which students exercise their rights and advocate and safeguard their interests. The Student Parliament is open to the public. Members of the Student Parliament are elected once a year in accordance with the Rules of Procedure approved by the Teaching and Scholarly Council of the Faculty. Elected members serve for a one-year term. President of the Student Parliament: Ivan Srdanovic