Regiões : Vojvodina

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Vojvodina is the northern part, and the EU border region, of the Republic of Serbia. With its long industrial tradition, well developed educational system, and innovation stimulating environment it is considered to be the engine of Serbia’s economic development.


Vojvodina is among the most culturally vibrant places in the region. It is a home to 26 different nationalities where 6 official languages are in use.

This administrative, historic, geographic and economic region covers 21,533 km2 and is divided by the Danube, the River Sava and the River Tisa into three natural districts: Bačka, Banat and Srem.

Vojvodina is agricultural, mainly flatland region wellknown for its extraordinary soil and climate.Vojvodina has not only been the breadbasket of the country but also the economically most developed region in the country. There are oil-and gas-wells, the most developed processing, food, chemical and metal industries.

 In AP Vojvodina, there is one public University - The University of Novi Sad, and several privately owned


Universities / Faculties.


Public higher education institutions include:

Faculty of Philosophy in Novi Sad , Faculty of Agriculture in Novi Sad , Faculty of Law in Novi Sad, Faculty of

Technology in Novi Sad, Faculty of Economics in Subotica, Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad, Faculty of

Medicine in Novi Sad, Faculty of Natural Sciences in Novi Sad, Academy of Arts in Novi Sad ,Faculty for Civi

Engineering in Subotica , Technical Faculty Mihajlo Pupin in Zrenjanin , Faculty of Sport and Physical Education

in Novi Sad Faculty of Education in Sombor , Teacher Training Faculty in Hungarian language in Subotica, …


The total number of our R&D organization in Vojvodina is 35. Eight R&D organizations are from business sector,

three are from public sector and 24 are a part of University. 



The name Vojvodina was first mentioned in the revolution of 1848/49 after the May Convention in Sremski Karlovci on 13th May 1848, when the representatives of Serbs in Austria and Hungary proclaimed the foundation of Serbian Vojvodina, as result of their effort to have its national traits recognized.




As well as two great empires clashed here: the Austrо-Hungarian and the Ottoman so did the two cultures: the East and the West also touched and the traces are still visible in the remains of the buildings from the middle ages. The Ortodox monasteries in the Fruska Gora (13th – 18th century) are still keeping the rare samples of Medival art, handwritten and printed books. By the end of the 18th and the beginning of the 19th century the recovery of the Serbian culture was taking place and the foundations of the modern Serbian society were laid. The Serbian culture was renewed here in the north under European influence, the spiritual and political centre of the Serbs in the Hapsburg Empire was in Sremski Karlovci. First grammar schools were founded, theatres, libraries, singer societies, newspapers, and in 1826 in Budapest the first cultural institution – Matica Srpska.


Website Principal
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Assembly of AP Vojvodina

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Dados Pessoais

Istvan Pasztor
Responsável Regional

Aleksandar Jovanovic
Responsável de Recursos Humanos

Sanja Siflis
Responsável Operacional



Assembly of AP Vojvodina
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